WARRNAMBOOL Field and Game are preparing to host an expanded Beretta Outdoor Trading Company Grand Prix event at its Woolsthorpe home this weekend.
Club president Geoff Morris said the annual event, which will be entering its 14th year, will be run over two days instead of the previous one.
“Normally we only ran the Sunday but this year we have decided to expand it with more targets,” he said. “This year we have 150 targets, 75 on Saturday and 75 on Sunday, with over $16,000 in prizes. It’s an open event that will see shooters from across Victoria and South Australia coming to compete in.”
Morris said he was expecting between 150 and 200 shooters with Daryl Quigly his tip to take out the best shooter competition.
“He is in good form and comes off a good win last week,” he said.
Defending champion, Jamie Dunn, won’t be in attendance to claim back-to-back victories.