National Indoor Champs (NIC)


 

Congratulations to all our winners of the 2017 TSNZ National Indoor Championships. 

Total entry numbers were up on last year, and with all the results coming through very quickly, a huge thanks must go to all the organisers around the country.

Master Grade was taken out by Ryan Taylor, very closely followed by Grant Taylor, and Helen Freiman was third place on countback from Pratik Tailor.   A special mention goes to Ryan and Grant who both scored 400 – well done to you both.

In A Grade, Peter McCallum took first place, followed by Lanelle McArthur in second and Jeanette Kinsey in third.

B Grade had Ben Neumann, Ernie Maluschnig and Samantha Riddle placed first, second and third.

In C Grade we had two shooters on equal scores who couldn’t be separated on countback.  Michaela Smith was first, Jim Dann came second, and Erin Little and Meggy Reesby were third equal.  Both Erin and Meggy will be receiving medals and 3rd place prize money.

D Grade places were also very close, with first and second place being separated only on inners.  Shania Harrison-Lee took first place, Greg Bengston came second and Rick Black was third
 

Prize money of $145, $125 and $100 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, plus further prize money depending on entries in each grade, will be sent to shooters via the Associations where they shot, once all entry fees have been sent into TSNZ. 

Medals will be sent to shooters, and you are encouraged to arrange to have these presented at a suitable Club or Association event.  If this is done, please send in photos for the website so we can properly celebrate our very first year of NIC medals.

 

 


 

National Indoor Champs (NIC) are shot every year in early August at a number of host ranges throughout NZ.  
 

 

 

All TSNZ-affiliated shooters are eligible to compete in NIC, and as entries are taken on the day,
you just need to roll up to your closest venue and enter.  


Prize money is paid out in each Grade to 1st ($145), 2nd ($125) and 3rd ($100) places,
plus further places depending on how many shooters enter that grade,
so the more entries the more prize money is paid out.


And in 2017,  for the first time,  there are medals for 1st - 3rd in all grades

 

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