The Fiona Reynolds Memorial All Schools Match

The Future Of Fullbore Target Rifle Shooting

2015  MATCH CONDITIONS - PRIZES

1. The Match is at ANZAC Rifle Range, Franklin Street, Malabar (or if unavailable another suitable range).

2.  The Match is 2 x Sighters and 10 scoring shots at 1 x 500 and 2 x 600 metres

3. The time allocation is 75 minutes at each range [20 minutes will be allowed to move from 500 to 600 metres. Teams may shoot on at 600 metres.

4. Teams to consist of five shooters plus coach [the coach may also be a shooter in that team].

5. Factory issue ammunition only.

6. Assemble at 500 metre firing point by 08.45hrs.

7. Target draw will be advised prior to the Match upon acceptance of a paid entry.

8. 500 Metre stage commences at 09.00hrs, Match concludes at 13.00hrs followed by Presentation of Trophies.

 

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PRIZES

The Fiona Reynolds Memorial All Schools Match

The winning team will be presented with the Fiona Reynolds Memorial All Schools Match perpetual trophy upon which is engraved the team's name and the name of the best individual shot.

The perpetual trophy remains in the possession of the New England Girls' School Target Rifle Club.

Members of the winning team will each receive a NSW Rifle Association gold medallion engraved with the Match name and year.

The winning team receives an open order certificate to the NSWRA  Shop. We thank NSWRA for its generosity and sponsorship.

Members of the runners up team will each receive a NSW Rifle Association silver medallion engraved with the Match name and year [total 5 medallions].

The Top Of The Range will receive a NSW Rifle Association gold medallion, name and score to be recorded on the Fiona Reynolds Memorial Trophy and an open order certificate to the NSWRA Shop.

 

The Trophy

The perpetual trophy is a framed collection of shooting memorabilia owned or used by Fiona Reynolds as a member of NEGS Target Rifle Club.

Items include her rifle's rear sight, NSWRA membership card, score book, mitt and cap. Her Vice-Captain's badge was donated by her parents Scott and Belinda Reynolds. The .308 shell is from the round fired at the Parting Shot Ceremony. The three badges represent her involvement with NEGS Target Rifle Club and her GAP year with The Gresham's School, Holt, Norfolk. The Gresham's badge was kindly donated by Mr Freddy Grounds, Master In Charge of the Gresham's Rifle Club.

The engraved pewter plate was presented to the Reynolds Family who then presented the plate to the winning team in 2007.

The concept for the trophy is that, rather than the anonymity of a shield or cup, the trophy should evoke the memory of a young shooter who used equipment just like her contemporaries, doodled on her score book, and who enjoyed the sport.

 

 

The Prorak Trophy

The Prorak Trophy is a concurrent match among Sydney High School, The Armidale School and New England Girls' School, in commemoration of the Match's early years during which these three schools contested the All Schools Match.

The winning team will be presented with the Prorak Cup and members will each receive a NSW Rifle Association gold medallion engraved with the Match name and year [total 5 medallions].

This perpetual trophy, oiginally donated by NSWRA Councillor Mr Angus Edwards on behalf of his family company, remains in the possession of the NSW Rifle Association, who will engrave the cup each year.

 

 

 

 

Concurrent Matches

The Honner Shield is a concurrent match between Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore] and New England Girls' School [NEGS]. The Shield is presented to the highest scoring team from the two schools.

The Burl is a concurrent match between Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore] and New England Girls' School [NEGS]. The Burl is presented to highest individual scorer from either school.

Both trophies were donated by Mr David Honner [Tooraweenah] when both his sons, James and Alex, attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School and shot in the All Schools Match.