By Kym Harris
NRAA COVID 19 Update – 11th May 2020
Author: Bruce A R Scott, President, National Rifle Association of Australia, 14 May 2021
From 11 to 16 May 2021, the North Queensland Rifle Association (NQRA) welcomed the courageous southerners that successfully negotiated the Minefield and Iron Curtain at the Tweed River and ventured north. The much anticipated journey was to attend the 2021 NQRA Championships hosted by the Townsville Marksman Rifle Club (TMRC) at the Hervey’s Range Shooting...
Australia Cup 1, originally scheduled for 22-23 June 2021 at Belmont Shooting Complex has been postponed. More information will be made available, once Shooting Australia provides an update on the 2022 Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships scheduled to be held in Chandigarh, India.
Due to COVID-19 implications on the F Class World Championships (originally scheduled for 2022 and now re-scheduled to 2023), the prestigious 'Palma' match (scheduled for March/April 2023) has been postponed to 2024. Subsequently, the closing date for nominations for the Australian Palma Rifle Team has been extended and nominations must now be received by...
Article by Daniel Irvine
Check out the info-pic below with all the details of our upcoming 49th National Rifle Championships. There's something on before and after, so we have included those competitions so you can plan accordingly. We are looking forward to seeing you!
The NRAA are calling for suitable candidates to nominate for the Australian Match Rifle Team competing in the Woomera Match in October 2022 at Coonabarabran, New South Wales. Each National team comprises sixteen (16) members inclusive of a Captain and Manager. Only eight (8) members may shoot at each distance, divided into two (2) squads of four (4)...