D’Ford F&G holds top titles

ON TARGET: The Daylesford Field and Game Association recently held two major title events, which attracted quality competition.

ON TARGET: The Daylesford Field and Game Association recently held two major title events, which attracted quality competition.

Daylesford F&G ran the 17th Victorian Fitasc Championship. AA Grade: 1st AA  state champion Blake Nankervis 92/100; 2nd AA and VETS champion Ross Clancy 91/100; 3rd James Clancy 91/100. A Grade: 1st A state champion and Super VETS champion Brain Rafferty 84/100; 2nd Craig Stephens 81/100, 3rd Andrew Hobbs 80/100. B Grade: 1st B state champion Brian Hoyland 74/100; 2nd Russell Parzke 73/100; 3rd Mark Sawyer 72/100. C Grade: 1st C state champion and ladies champion Nancy Disher; 2nd Steve Raven 57/100, 3rd Teagan Murwai 57/100; Sub junior: state champion Brendon O’Brien 70/100; Juniors: state champion: Christion Crocetti 73/100. Daylesford also ran the 15th Fitasc State Titles. AA Grade: 1st Daniel Johnston 96 -100; 2nd John Younger 95-100; 3rd Matt Libbis 93-100; A Grade: 1st Ed Magee 91-100; 2nd Phill Stowe 88-100; 3rd SteveChilton 88-100. B Grade: 1st Sam Allison 81-100; 2nd Shayne Wallace 77-100. C Grade: 1st Paul DaMore 69-100. Vets: 1st John Leach 90-100. Ladies: 1st Deb Bradley 82-100. Super vets: Warrick Cumberland 83-100.