All QRA members are invited to attend the first ANZAC Day service to be held at the Complex’s Armistice Centenary War Memorial, on Thursday 25 April 2019.
The service will be held at 10.30 am at the War Memorial adjacent to the primary entrance of Belmont Shooting Complex at 1485 Old Cleveland Road.
Parking will be available and attendees are requested to follow the directions of traffic control officers.
John Johnstone OAM Chair Commemorations’ Committee – QRA Museum
Ipswich and District Rifle Club will host a ‘Come and Try May’ event on Saturday 18th of May 2019 from 9.30am.
BOOK NOW comeandtrymay.com
Click this link to register online!
You will be shooting a target from 400 meters. A fee of $40 per participant covers all gear and coaching provided. Please bring a form of photo ID with you on the day. We look forward to seeing you then.
The Victorian Rifle Association has put together a fantastic promotional video of their Queens which took place last week. It is a great representation of the wonderful aspects participation in such events can bring.
Limited numbers, high demand, book now for Safety course Sunday 26th May – click link below.
Last weekend saw the 2019 Champion of Champions Competition and the City v Country Teams Matches contested on the Duncan Range at Belmont.
Congratulations to Rob Rush finishing 4th in TR-A just 2 points and 2 centres from the leader after 3 stages.
View the results: http://shooting.hexsystems.
After the CofC, a fierce competition then ensued across the mounds over the Saturday afternoon and Sunday as the Country teams took on the City teams.
City F-TR put up an outstanding effort to beat Country F-TR by 21 points and 7 centres for a City win.
Damien Tansley 216.05