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THE ROYAL NEW BRUNSWICK RIFLE ASSOCIATION

FULLBORE SECTION – 2007 / 2008
Chairman: Michelle Cormier 1st Vice: Conrad Leroux

3074 Route 134 106 Longwood Drive

Shediac Cape, NB Fredericton, NB

E4P 3H6 E3A 2G4

Tel: (506) 532-6515 Tel: (506) 472-8325 nbbullet@gmail.com cbleroux@nbnet.nb.ca
Sec./Treasurer: Michelle Cormier Liaison: Don Coleman

3074 Route 134 116 Tilley Rd.

Shediac Cape, NB Gagetown, NB

E4P 3H6 E5M 1H6

Tel: (506) 532-6515 Tel: (506) 488-2145

nbbullet@gmail.com dscole@nbnet.nb.ca



Representatives to the Governing Board:

Conrad Leroux Don Coleman

106 Longwood Dr 116 Tilley Rd

Fredericton, NB Gagetown, NB

E3A 2G4 E5M 1H6

Tel: (506) 472-8325 Tel: (506) 488-2145



cbleroux@nbnet.nb.ca dscole@nbnet.nb.ca

FULLBORE SCHEDULE DETAILS
LOYALIST MATCH / ST. JOHN AND WESTMORLAND

COUNTIES MATCH

Saturday ~ MAY 10 2008

Open to teams of equal numbers (two or more) of any unit, club or cadet Corps, competitors recognized by the New Brunswick Rifle Association. Coaching allowed. Names of team members must be given to the Competition Director prior to the match. ISSF 300-meter targets will be used. Individuals may enter.

Batouche Range - Director Michelle Cormier

0900 hrs - Entry Fee $20.00



Loyalist Match

Ranges: 2 X 300 metres ISSF target 2 sighters, 10 rounds for score at each relay.

Prizes: Loyalist Memorial Trophy (#1) to high team and medal to high individual.

St. John and Westmorland Counties Match

Ranges: 2 X 300 metres ISSF target, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score at each relay.

Prizes: Parlee Cup (#21) and medal to high individual.
There is a work party scheduled immediately following the match. (1) Clean trailer (2) Inventory of plotting charts/match cards (3) working on target frames, testing of time allows.

FREDERICTON CENTENNIAL

Saturday ~ MAY 17 2008

Batouche Range – Director Conrad Leroux

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 500, 500, 600, 600 metres, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score at each range

Prizes: City of Fredericton Centennial Trophy (#29) for individual high aggregate at 500, 500, 600, 600 metres.



PROVINCIAL SMALLBORE CHAMPIONSHIPS – 50 metres

Sunday ~ MAY 18 2008

Woodstock, New Brunswick

Director - Steven Stewart (506) 459-3291



PRECISION MATCH

Monday ~ MAY 19 2008

Batouche Range – Director Steven Stewart

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA
Prizes: N/A



RCR Centennial Match & Inter-Maritime team trials

Sunday ~ MAY 25 2008

Batouche Range - Director Ron Surette

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Range: 500, 500, 600, 600 metres, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score at each range. Coaching not permitted.

Prizes RCR: Medal / T. Eric Snow Trophy (#84) will be awarded to the high daily aggregate.

Prizes I.M.: Medal / Ed Dobson Trophy (#5) to high aggregate 500 metres.
Medal / Glen Keating Memorial Trophy (#7) to high aggregate 600 metres. Prizes limited to New Brunswick residents.

The Fullbore Section Executive Committee will meet following the Trials with the top six New Brunswick competitors to organize the Team to represent the Royal New Brunswick Rifle Association at the Inter-maritime Team Match.



MILITARY RIFLE MATCH

Sunday ~ JUNE 1 2008

Batouche Range – Director Paul McIlveen

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA

Prizes: N/A



MEMORIAL, GEORGE MACGILLIVRAY DOMVILLE AGGREGATE MATCHES

Saturday ~ JUNE 7 2008
Batouche Range – Director Daniel Chisholm

1000 hrs Entry Fee $20.00



Range: 2 X 800 metres 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score

2 X 900 metres 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score



Prizes: Medal for 1st in Aggregate Score at each range

George MacGillivray Team Match

Prizes: Trophy for high individual aggregate (#88, #89) at each range, trophy (#90) and medal for aggregate. Team trophy (#87) and medal for the high team of two or more named prior to the match.

Mixed teams of TR and MTR

Coaching allowed.

Domville Trophy (#28) and medal for aggregate score at 900 metres for the day.

The 800 metre matches will follow each other, then the 900 metre matches.


STAPLEFORD, COLEMAN TEAM MATCH

Sunday ~ JUNE 8 2008

Batouche Range – Director Don Coleman

0800 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

STAPLEFORD MATCH

Open to teams of equal number (two or more), club or Cadet Corps recognized by the R.N.B.R.A. Names of team members must be given to Competition Director prior to the match. Teams to be mixed teams of TR and MTR. Each team will have its own coach. Individuals may enter.


Ranges: 1 X 800 metres, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score.

1 X 900 metres, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score.



Prizes: Stapleford Trophy (#24) and Medal to high individual aggregate.
Medals to high team members.
COLEMAN TEAM MATCH

Open to Teams of equal number (two or more) from any Unit, Club or Cadet Corps, recognized by the Royal New Brunswick Rifle Association, Team members' names must be submitted to the Director prior to the match. Individuals may enter. Coaching permitted. Time limit - one hour per range.



Ranges: 1 X 900 metres, 2 sighters and 15 rounds for score.

Prizes: Coleman Team Trophy (#25) and medals to high team at 900 metres.
Medal to the high individual aggregate.


ISSF CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sunday ~ JUNE 15 2008

Batouche Range – Director Michelle Cormier

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 300 metres – 60 rounds.

3 relays of 20 rounds.


Unlimited sighters for the first relay, 2 sighters only for 2nd and 3rd relay.

Prizes: Sierra Bullets





INTER-MARITIME TEAM MATCH

Saturday ~ JUNE 21 2008

Alexandra Range – Prince Edward Island

1030 hrs

Ranges: 300, 500, 600 yards, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score at each range.

Teams of 6 competitors representing each of the three Maritime Provinces will compete. Coaching allowed.





BRITISH TEAM MATCH

Sunday ~ JUNE 22 2008

Alexandra Range – Prince Edward Island


0800 hrs

Ranges: 500, 600 metres - 2 sighters and 15 rounds for score at each range.

Open to teams of 6 from each Maritime province. Trophy for winning team.





PRECISION RIFLE MATCH

Sunday ~ JUNE 22 2008

Batouche Range – Director Steven Stewart

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA

Prizes: N/A

ANNUAL PRIZE MEET – NEW BRUNSWICK

NB Provincial Target Rifle, Modified Target Rifle & F Class Championships

Saturday & Sunday ~ JULY 5 & 6 2008

Batouche Range – Director Conrad Leroux, Michelle Cormier

Entry fees $75 ($40 for juniors) for all matches.

Please R.S.V.P. to assist in target marking, medals and the banquet planning.
Address all entries to: Michelle Cormier

3074 Route 134

Shediac Cape, NB E4P 3H5

Phone (506) 532-6515


nbbullet@gmail.com
PLEASE NOTE: (1) Competitors are advised to bring their own lunches and water on each day because the noon break will only be about 30 minutes. (2) Schedule is subject to change. (3) Additional cash prizes may be announced if successfully solicited. (4) The Range Officer may use “filling in” by shooters from the following relays to speed up the progress of the matches. (5) Except for the first match of each day, the starting times are approximate. Please be early because each match will be started as soon as possible.
Time Match # Match Name Shots/Metres

July 5

0830 Match 1 John Gibson Memorial 10 300

0945 Match 2a T. Eric Snow Memorial (Prince of Wales 1st stage) 7 300

1100 Match 2b G. Burge Memorial (Prince of Wales 2nd stage) 10 500

1300 Match 3a Alban Emery 1st stage 10 500

1430* Match 2c* Prince of Wales (Final stage)* 10 800

TBA INFORMAL SUPPER & GET-TOGETHER

July 6

0830* Match 3b* Alban Emery 2nd stage* 10 600

0945 Match 4a Al Lockett Memorial (Gov-General 1st stage) 10 600

1100 Match 4b Andy Gunter (Gov-General 2nd stage) 10 800

1300 Match 4c Gov-General Final Stage 10 900

1530 WINNERS’ CHAIRINGS & AWARDS PRESENTATION ON RANGE


*Match Directors reserve right to switch the timing of these two matches if conditions warrant.
SATURDAY


  1. THE JOHN GIBSON MEMORIAL

0830 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range 300 metres. Practice shots until on paper. Then 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score.

Prizes: Sussex Mercantile Trophy (#37). 1st place medal in each class. $200.00 to be awarded among the classes. Amount to vary proportional to the member of entrants in each class.

2A. THE T. ERIC SNOW MEMORIAL – PRINCE OF WALES 1ST STAGE

0945 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 300 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 7 shots on score.

Prizes: 1st place medal in each class. St. George Merchants Trophy (#41).



2B. THE GEORGE BURGE MEMORIAL – PRINCE OF WALES 2ND STAGE

1100 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 500 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 on score.

Prizes: Shute & Co. Trophy (#33). 1st place medal in each class.



3A. ALBAN EMERY 1ST STAGE

1300 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 500 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 on score

Prizes: 1st place medal for each class.



2C. PRINCE OF WALES FINAL STAGE

1430 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 800 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score.

Prizes: 1st place medal for each class. Sonier Trophy (#36).


~ Prince of Wales Match (Aggregate of 2a, 2b, 2c): Prince of Wales Trophy (#34). POW Trophy limited to New Brunswick residents. Medal and cash prize of $20.00 to highest scoring non-resident in the class having the highest number of non-residents entered for the entire APM.
SUNDAY
3B. THE ALBAN EMERY 2ST STAGE

0830 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 600 metres. Practice shots until on paper then 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score.

Prizes: 1st place medal for each class.



The Alban Emery Match (Aggregate of 3a and 3b): Corporation Cup (#38). 1st place medal in each class. $100.00 to be awarded among the classes. Amount to vary proportional to the number of entrants in each class. Cash prizes donated by the late Alban Emery.

4A. THE AL LOCKETT (GOV. – GENERAL’S 1ST STAGE)

0945 hrs Entry Fee: $10.00

Range: 600 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score.

Prizes: 1st place medal for each class.



4B. THE ANDY GUNTER (GOV.-GENERAL’S 2ND STAGE)

1100 hrs Entry Fee: $15.00

Range: 800 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score.

Prizes: 1st place medal for each class.


4C. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL FINAL STAGE

1300 hrs Entry Fee: $15.00

Range: 900 metres. 2 convertible sighters. 10 shots on score. Relays for the Final Stage will be squatted by Class and, if necessary, in order of scores of Matches 4a and 4b. The first relay will consist of the top-scoring shooters of the Class with the highest number of entrants.

Prizes: Trophy and 1st place medal for each class.


Prizes for the Governor-General’s Match (Aggregate of matches 4a, 4b, 4c) …
Governor-General’s Silver Medal to the highest-scoring New Brunswick resident from the Class having the greatest number of New Brunswick resident competitors in the Governor-General’s Match.

Governor-General’s Bronze Medal to the highest-scoring New Brunswick resident from the Class having the second-greatest number of New Brunswick resident competitors in the Governor-General’s Match.

RNBRA Medal to the highest-scoring New Brunswick resident from the Class having the third-greatest number of New Brunswick resident competitors in the Governor-General’s Match.

Langstroth Trophy (#45) and medal to the highest-scoring non-resident from the Class having the greatest number of non-resident competitors in the Governor-General’s Match.

Any non-resident having the highest overall score of all competitors within his class in the Governor-General’s Match will receive a 1st Place medal.
5. JACK MCADAM SATURDAY AGGREGATE

Aggregate of Matches held on Friday.



Prize: 1st place medal for each class.
6. MACDONALD STEWART GRAND AGGREGATE

Aggregate of all matches except 4c, the Governor-General’s Final. Restricted to New Brunswick residents. Prize: Lt. Col. Loggie Trophy (#50) and RNBRA Gold medals to 1st place New Brunswick resident winners in each Class. $150.00 cash prize to be split among the 1st place winners of each Class in proportion to the number of New Brunswick entrants within each Class.



7. PARKER-HALE MID-RANGE AGGREGATE

Aggregate of matches at 500 and 600 metres (2b, 3a, 3b, 4a)

Prize: Parker-Hale Challenge Cup (#53) and 1st place medal for each Class.

8. D.C.R.A. AGGREGATE

Aggregate of all matches. Prize: Up to three DCRA medals will be awarded as prizes to New Brunswick residents who are members of the DCRA prior to the commencement of the 2006 championships. These will be distributed among the Classes in a manner to be outlined at the start of the matches. 1st place winners (whether resident or non-resident) in each Class will receive a normal medal, provided they did not win a gold DCRA medal.
9. MOE NORMAN LONG RANGE AGGREGATE

Aggregate of all matches shot at 800 and 900 metres (2c, 4b, 4c).

Prize: Moe Norman Trophy (#81) and 1st place medal in each Class.

10. MACGILLIVRAY HIGH AGGREGATE FOR 800 AND 900 METERS

Consisting of Andy Gunter (Gov-General 2nd stage) and the Gov-General Final Stage Trophy #90.





MID SUMMER MATCH

Saturday ~ JULY 12 2008

Batouche Range – Director TBA

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA –For any rained-out matches

Prizes: N/A



PRECISION MATCH

Sunday ~ JULY 13 2008

Batouche Range – Director Brian Doherty

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA

Prizes: N/A

ANNUAL PRIZE MEET – NOVA SCOTIA

Friday, Saturday, Sunday ~ JULY 18, 19, 20 2008

Bull Meadows Range, NS

www3.ns.sympatico.ca/nsrifle



MILITARY RIFLE MATCH

JULY 20

Batouche Range – Director Wayne Kaye

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 100, 200 & 300M

Prizes: N/A



ANNUAL PRIZE MEET – PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Friday, Saturday ~ JULY 25, 26 2008

Alexandra Range, Tea Hill, PEI



ANNUAL PRIZE MEET – QUEBEC

Friday, Saturday, Sunday ~ JULY 25, 26, 27 2008

http://www.pqra.org/
OTTAWA PRIMER – DAY ONE

Saturday ~ AUGUST 2 2008

Batouche Range – Director Michelle Cormier

1000 hrs

Ranges: 900, 900, 900, 800 metres, 2 sighters and 10 rounds for score at each range.

Two-day match to benefit those competing in Ottawa. Coaching is allowed, but optional. You are advised to bring a lunch. Supper scheduled at pub inside Canex immediately following the match. No prizes.





OTTAWA PRIMER – DAY TWO

Sunday ~ AUGUST 3 2008

Batouche Range – Director Michelle Cormier


0800 hrs

Ranges: 800, 900 metres - 2 sighters and 15 rounds for score at each range.

PRECISION MATCH

Sunday ~ AUGUST 10 2008

Batouche Range – Director Wayne Kaye

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 800 metres

Prizes: N/A



SERVICE RIFLE MATCH

Friday - AUGUST 15 2008

Amiens Range – Director Steven Stewart

Time - TBA Entry Fee - TBA

Ranges: TBA

Prizes: N/A



126TH CFRC – DCRA
AUGUST 15 – 23 2008

Connaught Ranges – Nepean, Ontario



www.dcra.ca



PRECISION CHALLANGE

Sunday ~ AUGUST 17 2008

Amiens Range – Director Wayne Kaye

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 800 metres

Prizes: Medals for top individual and top team

MTR CLASSIC

Saturday ~ AUGUST 23 2008

Amiens Range – Director Brian Doherty

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 300, 400, 500, 600, 800 metres – All ranges shot on 300 metre target

Prizes: Medals for high score

ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday, Sunday, Monday ~ AUGUST 30, 31 & SEPTEMBER 1 2008

Bull Meadows Range, Nova Scotia


Teams of four from each province will fire concurrently in #3 match.

Teams must be named prior to the match.

More than one team from each province may enter.

Coaching not allowed.

Individuals may enter.
August 30 - LADY SLIPPER MATCH

1300 hrs


Range: 300 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

500 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

600 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

Prize: Lady Slipper Trophy and souvenir
August 31 - HERRING CHOKER MATCH …

0900 hrs


Range: 300 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

500 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

600 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

Prize: Herring Choker Trophy and souvenir
BLUENOSE MATCH (and Team Match)

1300 hrs.



Range: 300 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

500 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

600 metres, 2 Sighters, 10 Rounds for Score

Prize: Bluenose Trophy and souvenir
September 1 - DOWN EAST MATCH

0900 hrs


Range: 300 metres, 2 Sighters, 15 Rounds for Score

600 metres, 2 Sighters, 15 Rounds for Score



Prize: Down East Trophy and souvenir
JOHN GIBSON Trophy and souvenir will be awarded to HIGH AGGREGATE.
TOP TEN Badges will be awarded to the Highest ten competitors in TR from the Atlantic Provinces. If competitors from other Provinces place in the Top Ten they will be issued a special badge. Trophies and souvenirs will be awarded to winners of each match and the aggregate.

Entry Fees – TBA




SEPTEMBER CLASSIC

Sunday ~ SEPTEMBER 7 2008

Batouche Range – Director Brian Doherty

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: TBA
Prizes: N/A



VALCARTIER INVITATIONAL

Friday, Saturday, Sunday ~ SEPTEMBER 12, 13, 14 2008

Valcartier, Quebec



www.pqra.org

31st ANNUAL MINI PALMA

Sunday ~ SEPTEMBER 14 2008

Reading, Massachusetts, USA





ALL COMERS / FULLBORE MEETING

Sunday ~ SEPTEMBER 21 2008

St. Antoine Gun Club – Director Michelle Cormier

0900 hrs Entry Fee $20.00

Ranges: 300, 500, 600 2 x 10 rounds – Any Rifle / Any Sight



RNBRA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Sunday ~ OCTOBER 5

All Seasons – Sussex, New Brunswick

1000 hrs
The Officers and Members of the Royal New Brunswick Rifle Association are grateful for the many contributions made to the shooting program prize lists. To those firms and individuals we extend our sincere thanks and are pleased to acknowledge the support you have given to the promotion of shooting sports.
W. G. Burge, Trust Funds Fredericton

Alban Emery, Trust Funds Saint John

A. E. Lockett Trust Funds Sussex

Ellen MacGillivray Trust Funds Fredericton

Mrs. Andrew Gunter Saint John

Mrs. John Gibson Moncton

Col. D.H. Gunter Saint John

Garth Gunter Saint John

Macdonald Stewart Foundation Montreal

The Office of the Governor General Ottawa

Dominion of Canada Rifle Association Nepean

Sport, Recreation and Active Living Branch Fredericton



Ruth Carr Fredericton


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