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Check this out! The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada's national radio network, conducted an interview with Canadian trapshooting champion Patrick Lamont. It was broadcast across Canada in July 2013. Pat's impressive ATA record includes winning the GAH in 2008, as well as being the 2008 and 2009 Grand All Around champion.  He does a great job representing trapshooting. Click the link below.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/Manitoba/Radio+Noon+-+Manitoba/ID/2398307971/

 

 

 
 

Guys day out!

From left to right: Blaine Coldwell, Mike Smith, Troy Coldwell, Peter Bassan and Andrea Bassan. Moose was taken in the Trepassey area of Newfoundland Labrador. Photo by Eddie Molloy.

 
 

 
 

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Annual Labour Day Team Tournament

The winning team, Storring Bros. Plumbing & Heating, at the hugely popular, annual Labour Day Team Tournament, hosted at Ontario's St. Thomas Gun Club (http://www.stthomasgunclub.com) on September 2, 2013. 

Terry Jordan, Dave Storring, Bob Lee, Paulo Sampaio and Bill Vito

Submitted by Terry Jordan

 
 

 
 

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Otter Valley Rod & Gun Club

At the Sept. 29 ATA shoot BJ Jackman blasted the only hundred straight in the 16s, capturing the top Singles award.  BJ only recently returned to the ATA family in 2013, after a 12-year hiatus from registered shooting.  Ontario's "Uncle Warren" McLay put up the lone 96 in the Handicap event, led the field and won the senior vet award.  Three of the Province's strongest doubles shooters, Ken Allan, Garry Benko and Ralph Zadro, tied for top spot with their 97s in the twins.  After two tense shootoff rounds, Ken emerged the victor with full bragging rights.

 

Otter Valley R&GC (www.ottervalleyrodandgunclub.ca) is a popular destination for Ontario trapshooters because of its friendly and relaxed hospitality, its well-run tournaments and its excellent target setting.  The Club credits its staff and volunteers, as well as the generous sponsorship of this shoot by the Ontario Provincial Trapshooting Association, for making the day a real hit for the 45 competitors."

Story and photos submitted by Barbara Sheldon

 
 
            
Warren McLay Sr. Vet Handicap Winner         Ken Allan Doubles Champion                    BJ Jackman Singles Champion

 

 
     
 

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