The Bermagui Sporting Clays club welcomed a great field of 60 shooters and their families for the annual Christmas shoot recently.
In balmy, overcast conditions officials welcomed visitors from across NSW and Victoria for the day.
Officials joked the day had backing from Mr and Mrs Clause as well as Bronzewing Australia and Casella Wines.
NSW State president Andrew Fairfield-Smith was the slab raffle winner to start the day.
Then Phil Craig was presented with the Club Person of the Year award for his outstanding service to the club.
The shoot got underway with two rounds of 32 targets with entrants contesting for Christmas hams as well as turkeys, ducks, chickens and some Christmas puddings.
Craig Field headed up AA/A grade from Richard Seears with Darren Redman in third.
Mario Magrin topped B grade from Jimmy Drakos with Col Brownlie in third.
Patrick Jubb topped C grade from Peter Tomasi and Chris Olsen.
Sally Armstrong led the ladies from Penny White and Wendy Crouch.
Patty Thompson won the juniors from Todd Thorne.
Entrants enjoyed a lunch prepared by the club ladies ahead of the Darren's Doiubles in conjunction with the George Digweed Springing Teal Challenge - the club's annual fundraiser for Bermagui community services.
This year $450 was raised and will be presented to the Bermagui Rural Fire Brigade.
Doubles winners were Rick Adams and Adam Shiels in AA/A grade from Nev Brady and Phil Craig.
Rob Shaw and Andrew Fairfield-Smith led B grade from Mario Magrin and Mark Coleman.
Jon Thebold and Geoff Smith won C grade from Peter Tomasi and Jarrod Ringland.
Jan Redman and Carol Cook won the ladies from Robbie Perkins and Vicki Marshall.
The springing teal also produced some magnificent long distance shots.
Nev Brady was overall winner getting back to 75 metres.
B Grade went to Col Brownlie at 65 metres, while C grade went to Bernie Parker at 70 metres. In the juniors, Patty Thompson reached 60 metres and Jan Redman reached 65 metres.
Highlight of the day was the awarding of sashes to this years Club Champions, both off the gun, and handicap. These two awards are the most sought after individual awards at the club, and this year were won by Rob Shaw OTG ,and Bernie Parker Hcp.
The Benny's Butchery Meat tray award was taken out by Michael and Helen Rouse from Tumut.
Club president Nev Brady thanked the committee, sponsors, members and everyone involved in the club's successful year.