SE Branch- Burrungule Park

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The South East Branch of The South East Field & Game is located at Burrungule Park, 20km West of Mount Gambier, close to The Bluff on the Eastern side of Springs Road; and 2km North of The Millicent Road.

AFFILIATIONS

South Australian Field & Game Association & Sporting Clays Australia (formerly Field & Game Federation of Australia).

HISTORY

The Club was formed in December 1969, and the first simulated Field & Game shoot was held at The Bluff in 1970, (which was also the first Field shoot in South Australia).

The club spent three to four years at the Cafpirco Road Quarry in the 1970’s, from where the clubhouse was then moved to current site at Burrungule Park in 1980.  The club has had involvement with Duck, Quail & Snipe seasons for over 40 years, including hunting at Bool Lagoon.

Clay Shoots are held at Burrungule Park on the fourth Sunday of each month from April through to December with approximately 120 members.

MAJOR CLAY SHOOTING EVENTS

South Australian State Titles: 1984, 1987, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2011, 2014

National Championships: 1988

16th FITASC World Championships: 1994 (Won by 23 time World Champion George Digweed & runner up, Olympic Gold medalist Richard Faulds)

AUSTRALIAN TEAM REPRESENTATIVES

Ron Hastings, Dane Hastings, Bill Hetherington, Kim Holmes, Malcolm Whitehead, Peter Telford,  Ron Rhook, Jeremy Kent, Jamie Dunn

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