Poor show by Madyson, Cassar unlucky

Saturday, October 9, 2010, 17:43
Maltese shooter Kate Cassar

Maltese shooter Kate Cassar

The Commenwealth Games in Delhi continued today with Maltese trap shooters competing in the Ladies Trap individual event where Kate Cassar did very well where she managed a 24/25, 21/25 and 23/25 for a total of 68/75. With this score she had to go for a shoot off with other four female shooters with the same score to try and advance for the last three places in the  final barrage. She was unfortunately eliminated thus finishing in 7th place.

Rebecca Madyson managed a score of 20, 23 and 22 for a total of 65/75 and got eliminated early in her competition.

Meanwhile in the trap Men’s event our maltese shooters are both doing well where Nazzareno Attard managed a 24, 24 and 22=70/75 scoreline. Jason J.Aquilina managed a 24,23 and 23=70/75 score.

 The men’s event continues tomorrow where a shoot will be on for another two rounds to determine the best six shooters to qualify for the barrage finals.

More results from Delhi :

Lawn Bowls  Pairs: 

Malta 2   Wales  0     (15-3) (9-6)
Malta 1   Jersey  1     (8-12) (8 – 7)  Jersey won 6 – 0 on tie break
Malta 2  India 0        (9 – 4) (11-6)
Malta 2  England 0    (7 – 5) (14 – 3)
Lawn Bowls Triples:

Malta  2   Niue Islands 0    (12 – 2) (10 – 7)
 
Squash doubles:
Fiteni/ Hindle Deguara won against Christian/Rundell of Norfolk Islands  (11-3) (11-4)
 
Athletics Long Jump:

Rebecca Camilleri finished 13th  with a jump of 5.95 metres

In the meantime during yesterday’s men’s pair trap event, Nazzareno Attard and Jason J. Aquilina both managed a 90/100 score each for a total of 180/200. They placed 12th overall out of 18 pairs competing. In the ladies trap pairs, Rebecca Madyson Managed a 22 and 22 score for a total of 44/50, whilst Kate Cassar managed a 16 and a 19 score for her personal total of 35/50 resulting in 79 points between them as a pair to finish 6th in this category.

More news:

 http://www.sportinmalta.com/xuereb-and-chetcuti-6th-in-delhi/

http://www.sportinmalta.com/il-kontingent-malti-jasal-fi-new-delhi/





1 Comment

  1. b.cassar says:

    it is healthy what MFA did (change) we need a big change in the MOC . we need a new fresh committee that are ready to work with the associations . Its easy gather all associations now find the best athletes and give them a chance to train for something they could compete in . a lot of good maltese athletes are being left behind and forgotten . i will assure you that if the athletes have something to look up to and some help they will get there

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