BOB PHILLIPS has a fine day at 700 yards with a 50.9 . Bob rolls back the clock to show all the boys how to shoot.
All activities at the club have resumed after the COVID restrictions
After the COVID Break shooting Club activities have resumed at Cessnock Range.
Only COVID double vaccinated allowed to shoot as per NSW Health regulations.
Three Members of the WEST WALLSEND CLUB Represented NSW in Brisbane at the National Teams Event
DUNCAN DAVIES, ALEX DAVIES and JOHN MAGUIRE Captain
THE PRESENTATION DAY FOR WEST WALLSEND RIFLE CLUB
FOR THE YEARS 2019 and 2020
WHERE – WEST WALLSEND WORKERS CLUB
DATE – SUNDAY 11th APRIL 2021
TIME – STARTING AT MID-DAY
WEST WALLSEND have resumed Shooting for Competition Year 2021.
100 years of History being Celebrated
An old HUNTER VALLEY TROPHY saved from the dump. After receiving a Phone call from a person from Largs who was cleaning his shed out and found an old trophy from previous owners. Asked me if I would be interested in the Trophy. I traveled to Largs and was given the Trophy which dates back to 1915 and has the Newcastle and Wallsend Rifle Clubs mentioned on the Trophy , these clubs are mentioned in the West Wallsend Clubs history and affiliation.
Engraved on Trophy – THE HUNTER CUP 1915-1919
Presented by the HUNTER JEWELLERS
for N.D.R.C UNION FOR COMPETITION ( Newcastle District Rifle Clubs)
1916 – 17 Holders NEWCASTLE RIFLE CLUB
1917 – 18 ” WALLSEND ” “
1918 – 19 ‘ NEWCASTLE ” “
WON OUTRIGHT by W.BELL
After World War 1 a new Competition started as all the men returned from the WAR
Duncan wins Saturday Trophy with 50.9 50.10 – 100.19
Ken Eppleston Wins Saturday Trophy and F COW with an impressive 119.11 . Always a Winner