Shootout - 24/11/18 - Round 42

Redwood Park - Competition Results

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Pos Name Home Club Total
Marker: Men Blue
1 Raman, Marcus Redwood Park 56
2 Read, Gavin Redwood Park 57
3 Woodgate, Tony Redwood Park 58
4 Cooper, Jeremy Redwood Park 58
5 Denyer, James Redwood Park 59
6 Smidt, Michael Redwood Park 59
7 Clark, Russell Redwood Park 60
8 Colley, Bryce Redwood Park 60
9 Harrison, John Redwood Park 61
10 Kell, Chris Redwood Park 61
11 Robertson, Allan Redwood Park 62
12 Currie, Kelvin Redwood Park 62
13 Browne, Stephen Redwood Park 62
14 Wood, Scott Redwood Park 62
15 Cook, Greg Redwood Park 62
16 Cleal, Stephen Redwood Park 63
17 Moodley, Vijay Redwood Park 63
18 Moore, Clint Redwood Park 66
19 Manu, Kelly Redwood Park 66
20 Langson, Craig Redwood Park 67
21 Hurley, Chris Redwood Park 67
22 Revie, Bill Redwood Park 68
23 Hiko, Jason Redwood Park 69
24 McSkimming, Scott Redwood Park 69
25 Stuart, Neil Redwood Park 70
26 Wilton, Allen Redwood Park 70
27 Donnelly, Stephen Redwood Park 72
28 Lillie, Graeme Redwood Park 73
29 Beare, William Redwood Park 74
30 Doughney, Matt Redwood Park 75
31 Webster, Craig Redwood Park 76
32 Holloway, Michael Redwood Park 78
33 Ellison, Michael Maraenui 79
34 Cleet, David Redwood Park 84
35 Donald, Alastair Redwood Park 88
36 Moss, Brian Redwood Park 94
37 Wood, Aaron Redwood Park 103
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