An annual two day shoot at Normanton Gun Club was deemed a success with more then 50 competitors heading to the Gulf.
Competitors travelled from all over Australia to compete, from as far as Spring Bay in Tasmania, New South Wales, Darwin, Townsville and Cairns.
Secretary and treasurer Dianne Reeves said 16 clubs were represented at the event.
"This year's event was defuinitely one of the bigger ones with our competitor numbers increasing on last year," Ms Reeves said.
"This event is held each May and we host some of the best shooters from across the country.
"It was a great social weekend with a meet and greet barbecue, meals on offer all weekend, camp oven dinner, local entertainment and a local book launch."
Overall winners included Andrew Skinner from Clermont, Dean Reeves (2) from Normanton, Jamie Cameron from Mount Isa, Colin Muller from Cloncurry, Joshua Collins from Atherton and Ben Beazley from Townsville.
The Overall High Gun was Andrew Skinner from Clermont, AA Grade was Dean Reeves from Normanton, A Grade was Dianne Reeves from Normanton, B Grade was Daniel Marriott from Cloncurry and C Grade went to Toby Robinson from Townsville.
Veterans High Gun was won by Keith Simpson from Toowoomba.
The Ladies High Gun (run down) was Nevenka Muller from Cloncurry.
Junior High Gun was Colby Whelan from Normanton.
The next shoot will be held in July when Normanton Gun Club host the Olympic Trap Championships for the Northern Zone. Following this will be the Northern Zone Trap Championships in August.
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