IDRC would like to thank all of its supporters and participants for an incredible 2017. The club competition will take a break during December and January. If you have an inquiry please don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail. We will endeavor to get back to you when we can, but please be mindful that our volunteers may be busy enjoying the break until club activites resume in February. We sincerely hope you all enjoy the holidays and join us again in early February 2018.
IDRC held it’s second smallbore event for the year on Saturday. The club welcomed 7 guests with a total of around 16 competing in the mornings program. Much fun was had by all. Thanks to David N for his organisation of the event and to our members and their guests for supporting the event. We look forward to our next scheduled Small bore shoot; 11th of November.
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2017 saw a tightly contested SEDRA series. Ipswich and District Rifle club competed well with our TR Master Class team narrowly missing the honours to Murwillumbah this year by only 4 V-bulls. Our handicapped team fought back well after a slow start to the year coming in third 2 shots behind leaders Murwillumbah. Ipswich’s F class contingent displayed strength taking out the SEDRA championship in a 3 shot lead over Beaudesert. Congratulations IDRC F-Class teams. We look forward to another year of close competition in 2018.
Congratulations to the Australian F Open team and club member Josh Reid who took Gold in the World Champions Match in Ottawa, Canada. The Australian FTR team narrowly missed gold to take second place overall. Ipswich and District Rifle Club congratulates you all on a stellar performance.