Chen, Aliana McMaster to defend sporting clays titles
Aliana McMaster in full flight during the 2022 Rangers Gun Club Sporting Clays and Family Fun Day event.

Defending champions Nicholas Chen and Aliana McMaster are ready to defend their titles at the Rangers Gun Club and Family Fun Day which is set for today, starting at the True Juice complex in Bog Walk, St Catherine.

The show, which is expected to get underway at 10:00 am, is expecting to attract approximately 150 shooters for a day of individual and team competition featuring local gun clubs. The competing clubs are Driftwood Gun Club, Jamaica Gun Club, Rangers Gun Club and defending champions, the Trelawny Gun Club.

Competition for top honours will be keen as some of the Jamaica Skeet Club's best shooters will be vying for top honours. They include nine-time national shotgun champion Ian Banks, six-time national shotgun champion Shaun Barnes, four-time national shotgun champion Christian Sasso, current national shotgun champion Chad Ziadie, his father Geoffrey; Ray McMaster, Andrew Hopwood, Nicholas Benjamin and Bobby Chung.

On the female side, there are the McMasters — Aliana, Abigail and Wendy — plus Renee Rickhi, Marguerite Harris and Tara Brown.

Nicholas Chen concentrates on picking off a target during the 2022 Rangers Gun Club Sporting Clays and Family Fun Day event.

Part proceeds from the event will be donated to the Food For the Poor organisation.

Lead sponsor for the Rangers Gun Club Sporting Clays and Family Day is Sterling Asset Management, in addition to gold sponsor Worthy Park Select and several 'station' sponsors.

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