The 2022 AGM of Shooting Australia was held yesterday.Two positions on the board were declared vacant. There were six nominations for the two positions and after an exhaustive ballot Andrew Sims (NRAA) was re-elected and the 2nd position was filled by Robert Maddocks (PA) therefore the four members of the Board are now: Deserie Baynes, Craig Henwood, Andrew Sims and Robert Maddocks.Cath Fettell has completed her 3 + 3 + 3 years on the board and had to stand down under the terms of the constitution. Cath has done an outstanding job as President over the last 9 years, and we are proud she is one of us, Pistol Australia. Cath will continue to represent our sport at the highest level on the Boards of International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF), Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and the Oceania Shooting Federation (OSF).We wish Bob Maddocks, President, Victorian Amateur Pistol Association, all the best with his new position as a member of the Shooting Australia Board. ... See MoreSee Less
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The 2022 AGM of SA was held on 21/11. 2 positions on the board were vacant. There were 6 nominations for the 2 positions & Andrew Sims (NRAA) & Robert Maddocks (PA) were elected. The 4 members of the Board are: Deserie Baynes, Craig Henwood, Andrew Sims & Robert Maddocks 1/3
Pistol Australia in conjunction with all States and Territories is proud to announce the launch of the 2022 Pistol Australia Awards. Nominations in writing must be sent to Noel Harrod at email@example.com marked 2022 PA Award Nomination before cob 28th February 2023.