Wagga to again host NSW Clay Target Association’s (NSWCTA) state trap carnival

BACK AGAIN: Morwell shooter Andrew Brady in action during the state trap carnival in Wagga last October. The event is on again on Friday week. Picture: Les Smith

BACK AGAIN: Morwell shooter Andrew Brady in action during the state trap carnival in Wagga last October. The event is on again on Friday week. Picture: Les Smith

WAGGA will again play host to NSW Clay Target Association’s (NSWCTA) state trap carnival, beginning Friday week.

Olympians, world champions and Hall of Fame members will be among about 300 competitors and their families that will arrive in Wagga for the four-day carnival.

The carnival will be used as a selection trial for the NSW team to take part at Australian Clay Target Association’s (ACTA) 2017 National Trap Championships.

NSWCTA state executive Janene Schiller expects a big four days of competition.

“We are expecting close to 300 competitors and their families,” Schiller said.

“Competitors will include Olympians, world champions, Hall of Fame members, plus beginners and those that simply enjoy the sport on a less competitive basis. 

“Ages will range from 12 to 75 plus, and will include both sexes. Competitors are split into grades including C,B,A & AA & sections of ladies, juniors and veterans.”

ACTA’s National Grounds at Tasman Road will host the carnival.

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