Welcome to our new NQRA Administration Officer, Betta Gianasi!
Please note new contact details for the NQRA office:
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Amendment to F Class Standard Rule
At the September 2014 NRAA Board Meeting the following Rule Alteration was approved.
The Rule is in force as at 1st October 2014. This notice has been sent to all States for distribution and placed on the NRAA Web Site. It has not yet been included in the current SSR Rulebook as we are anticipating a major revision and update of the Rulebook early in 2015, where this rule alteration will also be included.
That the F Class Rule 20.10 (e) be altered as…
2015 NQRA Queens and Wilson Aggregate will be held from 20 May to 24 May in Townsville
Please note: Due to an editorial error the 2015 NQRA Queens date will be published incorrectly in the next issue of…
Due repair works on Atherton Rifle Range the planned Open Prize Meeting has to be cancelled for 2014.
The NRAA National Grading System is in use and in the Trial Stage at the moment. The New Draft Grading Rules are available for download at
Here is an overview from Bob Pedersen - NRAA Rules Director:
The NRAA Online Prize Meeting Program (available free to everyone) is totally linked to the National Grading System. The system has been in use for approx. 18 months. As well as providing a system which runs Prize Meetings and produces and publishes results, it feeds those results into the National Grading System. This is the only way scores can be submitted for Grading,…
Please note: the Annual Atherton Open Prize Meeting has been re-scheduled from 6 and 7 September to first half of November due to current range usage restrictions.
The new date will be announced as soon as possible.
Congratulations to our North Queensland shooters on their selection as shooters in the Australian Veterans Rifle Team to Camp Perry next year!
Best wishes for a successful campaign
The Townsville Marksmen Rifle Club (TMRC) Incorporated and its funding experience with Queensland Government sports funding agencies is the primary source of information in this article. In addition TMRC made application to two regional private sector funding agencies but they played no part in range developments.
In an attempt at clarity and as a ready reference, this article will be largely presented in dot point format. Further, readers need to be aware that these notes are presented as a guide only and are not meant to be definitive.
1. Incorporated Clubs and ABN Numbers
The highest scoring Target Rifle, F Class Standard and F Class Open competitors in the combined Queens Aggregates of the NQRA and NT Queens 2014 have won free entry to the 2015 NQRA Queens.
Target Rifle: Helen Griffiths, Pacific, combined score of 776.63
F Class Standard: Ron Betts, Darwin, combined score of 899.38
F Class Open: Alan Fraser, Stratford/Maffra, combined score of 908.64