Sunday, November 05, 2017
George Mifsud won the Steve Azzopardi Mini Grand Prix Trap Challenge at the Qormi Clay Shooting Club.
This Event was organised on two qualification rounds of 25 clay targets each, where the six highest ranked shooters advanced to the Finals stages from a single shot.
Mifsud was on top form this Sunday as he finished his qualification rounds with a satisfactory score of 47/50 and also led all the way in all the five stages at of the Final.
Joining Mifsud on the podium was Frank Scorfna who finished in second place while George Cassar finished in third place overall.
The Finals results were;
1st George Mifsud 20/25 + 4/5 + 4/5 +4/5 + 6/10, total score 38/50
2nd Frank Scorfna 19/25 + 4/5 + 3/5 + 1/5 + 6/10, total score 33/50
3rd George Cassar 18/25 + 3/5 + 3/5 + 1/5, total score 25/40
4th Nicky Carabott 16/25 + 4/5 + 3/5, total score 23/35
5th John Marmara 16/25 + 2/5, total score 18/30
6th Rudolph Zammit 14/25, total score 14/25
The top three Shooters in their respective classes concluded their two qualification rounds with the following scores;
1st George Mifsud 47/50
2nd Frank Scorfna 42/50
3rd Nicky Carabott 41/50
1st Jean Pierre Mifsud 44/50
2nd George Cassar 43/50
3rd Peter Muscat 40/50
1st John Marmara 42/50
2nd Romeo Cassar 35/50
3rd Carmel Grech 31/50
The MSSF Shotgun Trap Programme will continue on Sunday, 12 November 2017 at the Bidnija Ranges with the Donald Bugeja Memorial.