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Byron Shire Archery Club Interclub Challenge overall individual high scorer Jabara Callaghan-Audet on 884/900 points.
Byron Shire Archery Club Interclub Challenge overall individual high scorer Jabara Callaghan-Audet on 884/900 points.

Last Sunday saw the Byron Shire Archery Club host the Interclub Challenge. Archers from Gold Coast, Casino, Byron Bay, Ballina and Lismore shot 90 arrows over set distances for a total possible score of 900 points.

The top three individual scores for competitors from each club were compiled to crown an overall winner.

The club results were Gold Coast Archery Club 2,493 points; Lismore City Archers 2,442 points; Casino Eagle Archers 2,407 points; Byron Shire Archery Club 2,303 points; and Ballina Devils Archers 800 points.

The overall individual high score went to 12-year-old Jabara Callaghan-Audet (pictured) on 884/900 points.


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