Surrey Centenary 50m Rifle and Pistol Championship 2016

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The 2016 Centenary 50m rifle and pistol championship took place at Bisley on 3rd July, with increased numbers and a sell out for the men’s prone rifle event.
The competition, shot on electronic targets on the Malcolm Cooper Range, incorporated all ISSF 50m events; being free pistol, women’s and men’s 3 position and prone rifle. The scores are now available online here: and on the pdf here:
Surrey’s own Kenny Parr, fresh from his stunning World Cup silver medal performance in Baku and 6th place world ranking in mens prone rifle, continued to impress, with a score of 626.4 (598 in old integer scores); taking the confined and open 50m championships as a result. Kenny also won class A and is now qualified to represent Surrey in the NSRA Champion of Champions finals in August.
Kenny kindly agreed to present the medals to all the category winners, except his own of course... The Surrey confined championship trophies for prone rifle and pistol will be presented at the annual prize-giving dinner at Bisley on 03 December 2016.
The meeting was an England qualifying event and was organised by Lina Jones, with lots of help from David Goodfellow, Jon and Alison Leech and Joy Millar. Mandy Hill assisted Peter Jones in running the Match Manager system. Thanks to all as without you it would not be possible. The date for next year’s event will be circulated as soon as it is available.
Kristian Callaghan won the 50m pistol event, while Alan Goodall of Bookham RC won the Surrey confined pistol championship… again!

Lina Jones of Bookham RC won the open women’s prone rifle.

Jacob Hill won the class B and junior prone rifle and Michael Dyer won class C.
Mark Szymankiewicz came first in the men’s 3P and Sharon Lee took the women’s 3P title.