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Remarkable scores at Bidnija ranges

Target shooter Marianna Kisvardai impressed during last weekend’s MSSF airgun competition in Bidnija.

Target shooter Marianna Kisvardai impressed during last weekend’s MSSF airgun competition in Bidnija.

A spate of remarkable results were recorded last weekend at the Bidnija Airgun Ranges during another shoot organised by the Malta Shooting Sport Federation.

Marianna Kisvardai lit up the air-rifle competition.

The Hungarian-born target shooter, now residing in Malta, made her debut at Bidnija with a record score of 383/400 (and a 577/600).

William Vella also turned in a strong performance as he achieved a solid 574/600 to finish ahead of Lawrence Darmanin (545) and Michael Xuereb (517).

Vella hit top form in the air-rifle final to grab first place with his very last shot, edging Kisvardai by a mere 1.1 points.

In air-pistol, Eleanor Bezzina produced a personal best shoot for an excellent 371/400.

Unfortunately, the cold weather on the day undermined Bezzina’s performances as she faltered in her last two sets to finish with a total of 543/600.

Bezzina eventually settled for a place behind Ray Cacciattolo who hit 550 to take top spot. Martin Grech was third with 506.

Gino Galea was the judge of these competitions, held in front of a sizeable crowd at the Bidnija ranges.

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