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Philip MurrayNorth West Telegraph

It was a complete reversal of weather for cowboy lever action silhouette on Sunday, February 5 with still conditions and only a light drizzle of rain, compared with previous weekends of stormy weather.

In the first event of the day, small-bore rimfire, Ron Wynn led the way to win with a score of 25.

Di Nicholls took out second place with 24 and Chris Lefroy closely followed in third with 23.

In the pistol class, the wind as usual started to pick up.

The competition was very close, with Cairn Green on 26 narrowly ousting David Briggs on 25, closely followed by Philip Murray on 23.

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The “big guns” rifle class was taken out with ease by Lefroy with an outstanding score of 25.

Briggs and Nesbit Anderson both scored 20 points, with Briggs taking out second place, relegating Anderson to third.

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