Fantastic news this week for the Club and for our member Kim Lindsay who won The Irish Open at the weekend. Kim won the competition in what can only be described as horrible conditions and at 22 years of age is one of the youngest competitors to win the competition. She is also the first female to win the competition in 45 years!
Congratulations on a fantastic win and earning a place on the front page of The Chronicle.
We hope that you and your families are all keeping well.
Membership renewals were sent out to all members on 3rd March 2021 and are due for payment before 31st March 2021.
We are using a new system called MemberMojo to manage the memberships. If you did not receive a renewal email or a posted invoice, then please go to http://membermojo.co.uk/comberrc/renew and you can renew your membership from there.
You do not need a password for this. When you visit the site you can enter the email address you provided to us and it will send you a magic link to your email address that you can click on to log in automatically. If the email doesn’t arrive, please check your spam folders.
Once logged in you can review your member details (name, address etc) and then continue to the checkout to pay for your membership fee online via credit/debit card or you can follow the instructions to ay by other means. Standard membership is £130 and Junior membership is £35.
Comber Rifle Club would like to thank all those who made time to support the competition, both prone rifle and LWSR, especially in the current difficult circumstances. The online booking system worked very well, thanks to Andy Ginn, and although the match was very different to previous years the competition was enjoyable with some good scores recorded. Due to social distancing requirements and limitation of numbers at the range it has been agreed to run the Stanhill Championship Final for the top 8 prone rifle competitors at the next electronic match to be held in October, giving everyone more shooting/match opportunity. Details on the final schedule will be advised in due course. Thanks to Robert Conn for his kind donation as he was unable to shoot on the day, and to Tony Young for running the LWSR competition.