A field of 35 shooters turned out for the Bega Gun Club's annual Christmas meet.
The invitational high gun round was the only serious fixture on the day, organisers said with other events aimed at a bit of fun and frivolity including presentations and a Christmas lunch.
A 20-target double barrel round opened the day with 10 targets from 11 metres and a further 10 at 16 metres.
Chris Davis and Frank Bangato enjoyed the first 20 so much they shot a further 30 targets before Chris took the ham 48/50 to Frank's 47/50.
Chris Rowland collected the third place chook with a score of 29/30, following a three way shoot off between him, Alan Deacon and Charlie Smith.
Col Sheehan led A grade with 30/30 after a shoot-off with Rodney Bresnan second, while Craig Field claimed third after a shoot-off with Allan Neilsen.
Mark Evans won B grade with 20, while John Siede was second from John Walker on a shoot-off.
George Adamopoulos won C grade with 18 from Geoff Beht and Christel Feldman.
The second event was a 20-target continental with Christel Feldmann lead the way in C Grade with a score of 16/20. Geoff Beht and George Adamopoulos sorted the minor placings.
B grade went to Bert Deacon, 27/30, one up on Kevin Hurt's 26 with Chris Brown taking third on 25. A grade saw Craig Field hit a flawless 30, with Allain Magri runner-up on 25. John Gray claimed third in a shoot-off.
AA Grade saw Frank Bagnato had a flawless win from Chris Davis in second and Alan Deacon third.
After the Christmas lunch a 10-target double rise continental capped off the fun rounds with Phil body winning AA grade on 17.
Frank Bagnato was second and Charlie Smith third.
Allan Nielsen won A grade with a score of 13 from Col Sheehan 22/30 and John Gray in third .
George Toyne won the B grade shoot off to take first place from Bert Deacon, while third went to Mark Evans. Geoff Beht topped C grade from George Adamopoulos and Christel Feldmann.
The Invitational High Gun saw the winners from the year taking part five shots in each discipline.
Phil Body nailed all the targets to be named 2019 High Gun Champion, while Pauline Body won a ham in the raffle.
Lindsay Blewitt secured a meat tray and George Toyne settled for some shells.
In the presentations, John Siede was crowned Club Champion, while Chris Brown was named most improved. John Walker was named the Fimac Engineering Shield winner.
Presentations were also made to Tracy and Pauline who run the office each month, while George Toyne was praised for his grounds keeping efforts.
The Tarraganda 100 is the club's next shoot on Jan 5.