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Sunday, September 24, 2017

William Chetcuti won his first Trap competition after just a few weeks of practicing this discipline, now that the Double Trap which brought Chetcuti so much success both locally and internationally, will not be included in the ISSF and the MSSF calendars as from 2018.

On a morning characterised by very strong winds, overcast sky and heavy rain, Chetcuti, under the supervision of Coach Jimmy Bugeja, showed that he is a born winner when he qualified for the final stages and made it right to the top spot of the podium as the weather conditions changed from a stormy morning to a pleasant afternoon.

Brian Galea, who ranked in first place in the qualification rounds, joined Chetcuti on the podium in second place together with Stephen Vella who finished third.

The Finals results were;

1st William Chetcuti 22/25 + 5/5 + 5/5 + 3/5 + 7/10, total score 42/50

2nd Brian Galea 19/25 + 4/5 + 5/5 + 5/5 + 8/10, total score 41/50

3rd Stephen Vella 19/25 + 5/5 + 4/5 + 4/5, total score 32/40

4th Nicky Carabott 19/25 + 5/5 + 4/5, total score 28/35

5th Frank Scorfna 20/25 + 3/5, total score 23/30

6th John Marmara 17/25, total score 17/25

The top Shooters in their respective classes concluded their qualification rounds with the following scores;

Class A

1st Brian Galea 46/50

2nd Stephen Vella 40/50

3rd William Chetcuti 40/50


Class B

1st Emmanuel Saliba 38/50

2nd Charlie Demanuele 37/50

3rd Raymond Micallef 35/50


Class C

1st John Marmara 38/50

2nd Carmel Grech 34/50

3rd Mario Gauci 33/50


The MSSF Trap Programme will continue on Sunday, 01 October 2017 at the Southern Shooting Club with the Franwin Trophy.




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