William Chetcuti misses barrage finals with 1 clay

Thursday, October 7, 2010, 16:48
Nathan Xuereb during the pairs competition with William Chetcuti in India

Nathan Xuereb during the pairs competition with William Chetcuti in India

During The Double Trap Individual event today, William Chetcuti managed 41/50 in his first round, 47/50 in his second round and 48/50 in his third round for a total of 136/150. This was only one clay away from qualifying for the barrage finals to finish 7th overall.The Junior Nathan Lee Xuereb managed 41/50, 39/50 and 48/50 for a total of 128/150 to finish 14th overall out of 20 double trap shooters.

6th October 2010

The first result from Delhi confirms that William Vella in his 10 meter rifle category finished 16th with a total series of 567 which is a9.45 average. The competion was won by Gagan Narang of India with a 100% result which is a Games record.

In double trap pairs, the competition was won by Steven Scott and Stevan Walton of UK with 189 before going to the final. Our Maltese pair William Chetcuti and Nathan Lee Xuereb finished 6th with a total of 171. The series for the maltese was 49 and 46 for Chetcuti,  35 and 41 for Xuereb.

Over the past days the Malta Lawn Bowls Team in Delhi lost the 2 matches played in triples.
vs. New Zealand   6 – 8 ;  4 – 13
vs. Australia  7 – 11 ; 3 – 10

Bradley Hindle Deguara earlier this week won his first series 3 – 0 against Sri Lanka but was eventually eliminated.





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  2. liliana mifsud says:

    Thanks William for what you do to our lovely country, good luck. You the best.

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