The first series of matches of the Shooting Club closed yesterday. The prize winners are as follows: In match A, open to all, MacKay won first prize with a score of 17 out of a possible 20. Hastie won second with a score of 13. In match B, from which prize winners are barred, Dodge and Pike are tied for first prize, each having broken 13 birds. Wing and Hickman are tied for second with a score of 11 birds. The ties will be shot off at the next meeting, Thursday November 13, when a new series of matches will be begun.
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