Shooting Results Final 2018

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Published on: December 29, 2018
NO NAME Y.O.B OBLIG FEILD EINZEL AUSLAND GRAND TOTAL
1 MATYSIK, THOMAS 1982 83 68 143 91 385
2 WERFFELI, HENRY 1957 70 60 141 96 367
3 MATYSIK ANDREA 1984 76 62 133 95 366
4 EPP BRUNO 1980 77 68 131 84 360
5 KAISER NEIL 1970 73 64 137 85 359
6 STORCHENEGGER SELINA 1990 77 59 135 87 358
7 GRETENER KEVIN 1997 73 59 135 91 358
8 SCHMUTZ LUKE 1992 78 62 124 91 355
9 LANZ ERNST 1955 71 63 135 81 350
10 BUBLITZ DANIEL 2001 74 66 120 90 350
11 GRETENER PETER 1963 73 66 119 91 349
12 RAHM THOMAS 1968 77 65 126 79 347
13 KRUGER STEYN 1984 77 64 130 76 347
14 FITZI ANILISE 1996 68 64 135 80 347
15 FRISCHKNECHT ROBERT 1949 74 57 133 82 346
16 RUSSENBERGER GEORGE 1967 75 54 131 85 345
17 ZUBER WALTER 1950 72 65 110 94 341
18 BELAMI ANDRE 1957 65 59 129 87 340
19 HAQUE KARHRINE 2002 65 58 130 87 340
20 VORDERMANN CLAIRE 1988 74 60 126 79 339
21 STADLER ROLF 1967 69 58 124 87 338
22 KAISER MATTHEW 1996 77 59 125 76 337
23 FITZI THOMAS 1999 74 61 118 84 337
24 MASON, TERRY 1936 72 54 126 83 335
25 ROSAMOND CALEB 1982 63 65 123 84 335
26 SCHMUTZ THOMAS 1962 77 62 121 74 334
27 WIEDERKEHR DANIEL 1973 70 58 122 80 330
28 STEVANON ADRIAN 1983 62 54 132 81 329
29 BUNTER MICHAEL 1968 66 55 129 77 327
30 MATYSIK, HEINZ 1942 57 58 122 86 323
31 VETSCH, HANS 1952 62 56 129 74 321
32 PAGE, CYNTHIA 1940 68 55 117 80 320
33 ACHERMANN VITUS 1940 68 56 113 81 318
34 LANZ MELISSA 1957 69 58 117 73 317
35 LANZ ERIKA 1969 66 60 101 89 316
36 ITEN LILLIAN 1965 56 45 120 88 309
37 HAQUE OXANA 1969 69 56 111 73 309
38 REICHMUTH DAVID 1966 64 50 118 72 304
39 BUNTER ALETHEA 1974 66 58 108 70 302
40 BUBLITZ YVONNE 1958 62 53 118 64 297
41 STADLER CHRISTIAN 2001 56 48 112 79 295
42 KAISER JENNIFER 2004 56 51 107 74 288
43 JONATHAN HOFER 1980 52 49 102 78 281
44 BRŽNDLI SILVAN 1996 74 65 139
45 DEUTSCHLE PETER 1948 74 61 135
46 SCHONENBERGER STEFAN 1994 70 58 128
47 KAISER JOSHUA 2002 64 58 122
48 ABPLANALP SIMON 1976 65 56 ` 121
49 BESKID MARTIN 1977 70 51 121
50 ZIMMERMANN RENATO 2001 67 54 121
51 ABPLANALP OLIVER 2004 61 57 118
52 ABPLANALP ANDREA 1976 58 59 117
53 DANCE MICHAEL 1971 55 58 113
54 LAIS FLORIAN 1993 62 43 105
55 STADLER ANDRE 2003 54 43 97
56 DEUTSCHLE ANDREW 1987 39 37 76
57 HOCHSTRASSER TATIANA 1976 48 48

News-Letter 2018 / 2019

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Published on: December 29, 2018

Dear Auckland Shooting Club Members!

The time is here, to reflect on our traditional Swiss shooting activities of the past year. It has been a year of highs and lows. We have had some hard out working-bees to further improve the butts, shooting hut and its surroundings. For the first time we had Non-Swiss shooters shooting along side us with their own rifle and ammunition. The club has decided to go back to the traditional Saturday and Sunday format after one season in order to better facilitate the increase in club membership and Non-Swiss shooters. As always one of my highlights of the season is to welcome the Hamilton shooters on our range. Sadly, we also had to say good-by to two long standing members of the Auckland Swiss Shooting Club.

 

First let’s reflect on our yearly traditional shooting championship.

The numbers are as follows:

Event Number Of Shooters Change Since Previous Year
Obligatorisch 57 Shooters +11 shooters
Feldschiessen 57 Shooters +11 shooters
Einzelwettschiessen 43 Shooters +12 Shooters
Swiss Abroad 43 Shooters +12 Shooters
Swiss Abroad Nachdoppel 22 Shooters  -10 Shooters
Completed Competitions 43 Shooters +12 Shooters

I am pleased to report that this year we had an increase of participating members, mainly due to the celebration of the 50 years anniversary of the “Swiss Farm Shooting Range”, where we opened the range to new potential members. It is great to see that there is still an interest in one of our forefathers sporting and leisure activities. I am looking forward to the years ahead to further strengthen our membership numbers. So please, if you know a Swiss person or a person with Swiss inheritance then point them in the right direction or just bring them along.

Our traditional Swiss Shooting Competitions have produced some strong winners. Here they are:

Main Competition:

Rank Name Score Medals
1 Thomas Matysik.385 Points.Winner of the gold medal &V&T Mason Trophy
2 Henry Werffeli 367 Points Winner of the silver medal
3 Andrea Matysik 366 Points Winner of the bronze medal

Thomas Matysik further underlined his dominance in the championship and has scored 15 points more than the year before. I recorded an increase of 3 points were Andrea Matysik dropped 3 points. I am sure that Andrea will be doing everything to unsettle her brother or myself to move herself to the top again.

Ladies Competition:

Rank Name Score
1 Andrea Matysik 366 Points
2 Selina Storchenegger 359 Points
3 Anilise Fitz 347 Points

Once again Andrea Matysik confirmed her spot in the Ladies competition. Anilise and Selina swapped places for second and third. Keep it up ladies and hopefully we will soon have a few more challenging for the top spot.

Junior Competition:

Rank Name Score
1 Daniel Bublitz 350 Points
2 Kathrine Haque 340 Points
3 Thomas Fitzi 337 Points

After many years of Hamilton dominating, Auckland finally were able to claim the top spots in the Junior competition. Our two shooters came via last years anniversary shoot and are quite new to the sport. Both shooters have already done very well at the anniversary shoot, so I am not at all surprised to see them as far up in the scoring list of our traditional competition. I predict that they will further improve and challenge longstanding shooters in the top position soon. Thomas Fitzi will have another year in the junior division before he too will move up to the higher division. Hopefully the Hamilton Club will be able to find and encourage some other junior shooters to take part in the competition, so that they can once again challenge us, so the trophy can travel south past the Bombay Hills.

 

Championship Medals Sponsors:

The main championship medals have been sponsored by Peter and Andrea Matthis for the next 5 years, thank you for your contributions.  It is great to have you two as sponsors to support our Swiss Shooting traditions for years to come.

 

Field-Championship Medals

I had the pleasure to process the scoring cards for Lorraine Vine-Belami, Neil Kaiser, Steyn Krugger, and Bruno Epp for their bronze medal and Walter Zuber for his bronze and silver medal. Those

Medals are a personalised edition and are issued by the Swiss Shooting Federation.

Congratulations to all of you for your achievements.

To all other shooters, please check if you have 8 green cards and 8 white cards. (Anerkennungs-Karte). By now some of you will have a collection and should be eligible for a medal.

 

Working-Bee’s 

Due to the continuous erosion from the weather, we were forced to fix the retaining wall at the front of the shooting hut. Fully aware of the enormous task it took a bit of time to plan to organise the materials and coordinate people and machinery at a suitable weekend. The job was undertaken by some very dedicated members of the shooting section over two weekends in March and April 2018. Some heavy machinery had to be brought in to drill the foundation for the poles. They were lifted in by the digger, everyone then got busy filling the holes with concrete. Since we had the digger on site, we also took the chance to stabilise the bridge leading over to the 50m small bore targets. To the Team: Ueli Hess with his digger, Ernst, Andre, Adrian, Neil, Daniel, Caleb, Tobias, Lukas, Michael, and Matthew. Thank you very much for your hard work and determination.

Another working bee had to be organised in October because all the targets needed a makeover. The job was undertaken by a small team. The upgrading of the targets has now been completed and we are ready for the upcoming season.

I also would like to thank Ernst and Melissa for organising lunch for every working bee.

 

New .223 Rifles

Two new rifles are presently being built and hopefully they will be ready when the new shooting season starts. First, we had our mind set on only one rifle, but the Hamilton Swiss Club has come to the party with a very generous donation which gave us the option to order two identical rifles. These rifles will be fitted with the same target sights as the first edition .223 target rifles.

I would like to thank the Hamilton Swiss Club for their generous donation.

 

Eidgenössischen Schützenfest/Swiss Federation Shooting Competition 2020  

The next big shooting competition based in Switzerland will be happening in 2020, it is now time to put the planning into motion. Please let me know if you are interested in travelling to Switzerland to participate with our New-Zealand team. We need to select the appropriate rifle, as shooting off sandbags is not permitted unless the shooter has reached senior stage, meaning the shooter is 60 years or older in the year of participation.

Participation in Switzerland also means training; therefore, I will organise training days as soon as I know the course of fire. Last time we met about 10 times to fine tune positions, aiming, trigger control and releasing the shot.

 

Swiss Abroad Shooting Competition

I have just received a letter from Switzerland, informing us that the Auckland Swiss Club has won the worldwide Swiss Abroad Shooting Competition in 2017 with a very good average of 88.032 points.

With the letter I also received a box of medals. Every shooter who participated in the Swiss Abroad competition 2018 will receive a medal. A couple of days later I received another parcel containing prizes for every shooter who took part in the Swiss Abroad Competition in 2017.

The organising club: SG Wilhelm Tell in St. Gallen Switzerland has also now issued a new medal design and Auckland was first up to be represented on the medal.

 

Obituaries:

On a sadder note

This year we lost two long standing club members.

Hans Enzler passed away on the 23. February 2018, aged 91. In Hans I lost a mentor, a close friend, a very generous person and a person with an enormous passion for shooting and hunting. It never got boring with Hans as he always had a story to tell from the days when he was the first ASC Riflemaster and he had many other tales up his sleeve as well.  Hans had a great vision and thanks to his determination the Auckland Swiss Club, especially the shooting section became a reality. His support and advice over the years have helped me to further develop and modernise the shooting range and its surroundings and to build up club memberships. It has been an honour to have him as a mentor and friend. I shall never forget him.

 

David Page passed away on the 27 May 2018, aged 89.

The moment I met David I knew he was a special person in his own right. I liked his straight forwardness. He was not afraid to speak up. In David too, we have lost a great story teller, a person with a vast knowledge about anything to do with shooting, and a dedicated club member.  I am definitely going to miss him too as he had a great sense of humour, I will never forget him. Our cheeky and teasing conversations will be sadly missed.

Rest in Peace David

 

Shooting dates for 2019 are as follows:

Dates Event
23 & 24 February Obligatorisch
23 & 24 March Feldschiessen POSTPONED
13 & 14 April Einzelwettschiessen
25 & 26 May Hamilton Day (Only for Swiss-Shooters from south of the Bombay’s)
08 & 09 June Swiss Abroad Competition

All shooting starts at 10 am

 

Wishing you all: A Merry Christmas and Happy NewYear

ASAR 2015 Results

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The ASAR Results are now available in PDF format.

ASAR 2015 Results

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