Guyana National Rifle Association in the News
Leo Romalho with a n aggregate of 118 points and 6 Vbulls won the latest round of the Guyana National Rifle Association Record Shoot held on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle Range, Yarrowkabra, Linden Soesdyke Highway.
Romalho wins back to back GuyanaNRA Record Shoots Goodluck and Felicien record possibles at 300 and 500 Ranges
Following his win one week ago with an aggregate score of 118 points and 6Vbulls, Leo Romalho repeated as champion of the latest Guyana National Rifle Association Record Shoot held on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle Range, Yarrowkabra, Linden, Soesdyke Highway.
Vice Captain Dylan Fields ended as the top shot when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) held its second Recorded Shoot on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle Ranges, Yarrowcabra, Linden Soesdyke Highway.
Top Guyana and West Indies marksman Lennox Braithwaite won the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) first Spoon Shoot on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle Ranges, Yarrowkabra, Linden Soesdyke, Highway. According to a GuyanaNRA release, conditions on the day saw tricky winds with smoke appearing on the ranges at intervals.
The Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) recently held its first Recorded Shoot for 2019 at the Timehri Rifle Ranges, Yarrowcabra, Linden Soesdyke Highway. The competition was shot over the 300 and 600 yards ranges with a maximum total score of 100.20 attainable.
One of Guyana’s tested, tried and proved fullbore rifle top shots who has also made his mark at the Caribbean level where Guyana has dominated for many a year, Lennox Braithwaite, has received full sponsorship to compete at the 150th Imperial Meeting of the National Rifle Association of England set for July this year.
The Timehri Rifle Ranges was once more on fire when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) held its latest Recorded Shoot. Veteran marksman and the reigning National Individual champion, Ransford Goodluck turned the tables on another top shot, Lennox Braithwaite to emerge victorious in this latest face off.
The Guyana NRA Fullbore shooters continue to do battle with the elements at the Timehri Rifle Ranges. The winner of the latest Recorded Shoot was Peter Persaud with a score of 81.5. Persaud returned to winning ways, having won the season’s opening Recorded Shoot.
Captain of the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council (WIFBSC) Team to the 150th Imperial Meeting taking place in the UK, Guyanese Lennox Braithwaite has continued to be the shining light for the Caribbean. Sponsored by Secure Innovations and Concepts Inc., located at D’Uban Backlands, Braithwaite will today (Friday) be shooting in the Third Stage of the Queens Final where the best at the Imperial Meet, faces off.
Captain of the Guyana team that competed and won the Junior Kolapore match at the NRA 150th Imperial Meeting in England, Lennox Braithwaite, has expressed delight at winning the prestigious trophy.
By Franklin Wilson in Barbados in association with Industrial Safety Supplies Inc. and Fitness Express The selection committee of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) yesterday met at the Rostrevor Hotel, St. Lawrence Gap following a team meeting and named a strong 8-man team for the defence of their West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council Long Range championship, for the Milex/Crown Mining trophy.
Dress rehearsal for 2018 Commonwealth Games Reigning Caribbean’s Individual champion, Mahendra Persaud and another of the Caribbean’s top shots, Lennox Braithwaite will leave Guyana today destined for the Gold Coast, Queensland Australia where they will be competing at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation (CSF) Championships.
Guyana NRA’s top marksmen are flying the Golden Arrowhead high along the Gold Coast in Australia, with very good performances after two Stages of the CSF Championship. The championship has attracted all the top shooters in the world who will be representing their countries at next year’s Commonwealth Games, being held at the vary range.
The dress rehearsal to next year’s Commonwealth Games Shooting championships concluded at the Belmont Shooting Centre in Brisbane, Australia with the Guyanese pair of Lennox Braithwaite and Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud ending in 6th and 8th place respectively of 27 of the best shooters in the world.
Lennox Braithwaite was almost flawless, dropping just two points, one each at the 600 and 1000 yards ranges in wrapping up the latest Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) Recorded Shoot held at the Timehri Rifle Ranges.
Ransford Goodluck bythe closest of margins emerged winner of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) June Spoon Shoot competition which was held at the Timehri Rifle and Pistol Ranges recently. Goodluck’s score of 115.6v edged Lennox Braithwaite who shot 114.13v by just one point.
Guyana NRA Recorded Shoot …Persaud wins first competitive shoot for 2017; edge Fields in the process on Vs
Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud won the first Recorded Shoot for this year on Sunday last at the Timehri Rifle and Pistol Ranges, narrowly ahead of Vice Captain, Dylan Fields.
135th Canadian Fullbore Rifle Championships Persaud still leads Caribbean charge after rain on Tuesday and a challenging Wednesday
Despite the challenges presented from the elements above on Tuesday and a very challenging day yesterday, Guyana National Rifle Association Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud continues to lead the Caribbean challenge at the 135th Canadian Fullbore Rifle Championships hosted by the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association at the Connaught Rifle Range, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Former Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) Captain and Vice President Richard Berkeley Fields was yesterday laid to rest following a church Service at the century old Christ Church, Waterloo Street, Cummingsburg, Georgetown.
Guyana NRA Recorded Shoot… Captain Mahendra Persaud continues excellent form with another classy shoot
The Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) Fullbore Captain has continued to show encouraging form ahead of next month’s 150th Anniversary Shoot which will also double as the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council Caribbean Championships here in Guyana.
Guyana NRA 150th/WIFBSC C/ships – Recorded Shoot…Mahendra Persaud maintains winning form; Fields one V better than Braithwaite for 2nd
Captain Mahendra Persaud has continued to lead from the front with another well crafted shoot which led him to victory when the Guyana National Rifle Association Fullbore Section held another Recorded Shoot last Sunday on the newly renovated Right Shooting Bank at the Timehri Rifle Ranges.
The 150th Anniversary shoot of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) is being run alongside the 2017 edition of the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council Championships at the Timehri Rifle Ranges.
Guyana National Rifle Association Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud along with colleagues from Trinidad and Tobago in the person of Norris Gomez and Michael Perez are currently competing at the 147th Imperial Meeting under the auspices of the National Rifle Association (now the governing body of fullbore rifle and centre-fire pistol shooting in Great Britain) which was founded in 1859.
The Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) is set to celebrate a huge milestone in 2017, the celebration of 150 years in existence. And to commemorate this colossal achievement, the entity will be hosting the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Championships.
Corporate giant Banks DIH Limited and Industrial Safety Supplies Ltd. of Camp Street are the latest business entities to throw support behind the Guyana team members on the West Indies team that will contest the 2015 Palma Match, Team and Individual World Shooting Championships.
2015 World Shooting Championships…Starr Computers contribute; Guyana NRA members still short of budget
With one more practice session remaining before the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) members wing out to the USA for the 2015 Palma Match, Team and Individual World Shooting Championships, Starr Computers of Brickdam is the latest entity to lend support.
Guyana National Rifle Association (Guyana NRA) Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud ended the 146th Imperial Meeting held at Bisley Shooting Centre, Surrey, as the top Caribbean shooter. Hosted by The National Rifle Association of the United Kingdom (NRA) which is the governing body of fullbore rifle and pistol shooting sports in the United Kingdom, the championships was held from June 18 to July 18, 2015.
Captain of the Guyana National Rifle Association (Guyana NRA) Fullbore section, Mahendra Persaud, has been holding his own at the 146th Imperial Meeting which is currently being held at Bisley Shooting Centre, Surrey, England and hosted by The National Rifle Association of the United Kingdom (NRA) which is the governing body of fullbore rifle and pistol shooting sports in the United Kingdom.
Joins Mahendra and Lennox Braithwaite for NRA US LR C/ships By Franklin Wilson in Ohio, USA compliments of NAMILCO, Ringbang, Crown Mining Supply, Fazias Collection, Queensway Long standing President of the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council (WIFBSC) Norris Gomez of Trinidad and Tobago says he is backing his team to do well at this year’s World Long Range and Palma Teams championships which will be contested at Camp Perry, Ohio, USA starting this weekend.
NRA US Fullbore National Individual Championships… Persaud ends 83rd, Braithwaite 208th, Gomez 289th of 362 shooters
By Franklin Wilson at Camp Perry, Ohio, USA compliments of NAMILCO, Ringbang, Crown Mining Supply, Fazias Collection and Queensway Challenging conditions and a few hiccups with the marking saw National Fullbore Captain Mahendra finishing 83rd overall when the curtains came down on the 2015 National Rifle Association of America (NRA) US Fullbore National Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio, yesterday.
NRA US National Fullbore Championships… WIFBSC name strong team for America Cup Match today; Barbados to also compete
By Franklin Wilson at Camp Perry, Ohio, USA with the compliments of NAMILCO, Ringbang, Fazias Collection, Crown Mining Supply and Queensway. The West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council has named a strong eight-member team along with two reserves to contest the National Rifle Association of America (NRA) America Cup match that will also feature teams from Australia, Greta Britain, South Africa, Canada, Germany, New Zealand and the host nation.
GNRA yearend Fullbore National Short Range C/ships Day 2…Braithwaite and Peter Persaud maintain pole heading into final day today
By Franklin Wilson Lennox Braithwaite and Peter Persaud will be the men to beat heading into the final day of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) yearend Fullbore National Short Range championships today at the Guyana Defence Force, Timehri Rifle Ranges.
The Great Britain Rifle Team will arrive in Guyana this evening to engage their Guyanese counterparts during this week as part of a four-nation Caribbean tour. The team is being captained by Nigel Penn with Charles Brook serving as the vice captain.
3 day individual & team c/ships starts today By Franklin Wilson They are regarded as the best Fullbore shooters in the world but would have lost to the undisputed Kings of the Range in the Caribbean – Guyana – in Jamaica in 1996.
Guyana vs Great Britain Rifle Shooting Championship…Lennox Braithwaite cops top individual prize but British shooters cart off Lion’s share
The British has a rich history of laudable achievements on the rifle ranges and a group of marksmen (and women) from that country kept the tradition alive and shot their way to the lion’s share of the loot when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) hosted a 4 days Goodwill Full-bore Shooting Championship at the Timehri Ranges that concluded Thursday afternoon last.
The Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) had three representatives at this year’s Bisley Imperial Shoot, in England, where 795 shooters from around the world participated. The local Team was lead by Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud with current West Indies Champion Lennox Braithwaite and USA based Sigmond Douglas attending.
The stage is set for the 2013-2014 National Rifle Shooting championships which fire off today at the Timehri Rifle ranges at 10:00 hours as the nation’s leading rifle shooters battle for supremacy in the three-day competition.
The deafening barks of high powered guns will rent the air this morning when Guyanese rifle shooters join their Caribbean counterparts vying for shooting honours when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) hosts the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Championships starting at 09:00hrs this morning at the Timehri Rifle Ranges.
Leading Rifle Shooter Ransford Goodluck bounced back into winner’s row when he secured victory in last Sunday’s Guyana National Rifle Association Recorded Shoot at the Timehri Rifle Ranges as Guyana’s marksmen prepare for next month’s West Indies Fullbore championships in Barbados.
The 2010 National Fullbore Rifle Shooting Championships of the Guyana NRA kicked off yesterday and will run until tomorrow at the Timehri Rifle Ranges. Fierce competition is expected as Rifle Shooters compete over the 300, 500, 600, 900 and 1000 yards ranges to be crowned National Fullbore Rifle Champion for 2010, in the Senior (‘X’) and Junior (‘O’) Classes.
Three decades of diligent and dedicated service to the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA), first as shooter and later as Vice President, culminated at the Police Officer’s Mess, Eve Leary, with a grand send off ceremony for Neville Denny, who retired from his executive position on the Association, December last.