Goodluck is 'top shot' at National Championships
Stabroek News
November 30, 2003

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Marksman Ransford Goodluck was in good touch recently as he won two of the three ranges shot in the Kojac Marketing Ltd sponsored final day of the 2003 National Fullbore Rifle Shooting Championships at the Timehri Rifle ranges to emerge champion shooter.

In the process Goodluck won the day's aggregate and the three-day National Championships which concluded last Sunday over 300, 600 and 1000 yards.

The master marksman, defied fluctuating winds and shot a total of 133.11 out of a possible 135 points with scores of 35.3 (the only possible for the day), 49.3 and 49.5 at the three ranges respectively.

Finishing in second place for the championships was Fullbore captain Mahendra Persaud, third Claude Dugid and Derick Narine fourth.

In second place for the final day's aggregate was vice captain Narine who shot 34.2, 49.5 and 45.2 for a total of 128.9 to end the last two days with very good performances. Persaud was third with a score of 127.11 after scores of 34.4, 46.3 and 47.4.

The championships were sponsored by Queensway, authorized distributors for Glock Pistols and Federal Ammunition, Swiss House Cambio, Water Street and Kojac Marketing, authorized distributors for Toshiba printers and copiers.

The GNRA would like to sincerely thank all its sponsors for their continued contributions and sponsorship of shooting competitions in Guyana.

Shooting resumes in the new year with the possibility of Guyana participating in four competitions in the UK, Jamaica, Canada and Trinidad & Tobago.