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TAURANGA MOUNTED RIFLES
RIFLE MATCH V'S TE PUKE
1902

The following was taken from the Bay of Plenty Times for 26 February 1902

In the afternoon a rifle match was fired between teams representing Tauranga and Te Puke, ten men a side, five shots each at 300 and 500 yards. The weather was propitious and the following scores were made, the victory lying with Te Puke by 16 points:

TE PUKE 300 Yards 500 Yards Total
HETHERINGTON Trooper 19 14 33
TUTHILL Sergeant 14 17 31
CHAYTOR Trooper 15 15 30
COONEY Trooper 8 18 26
HENWOOD Trooper 9 15 24
BENNETT Lieutenant 12 12 24
KERR Trooper 12 11 23
BROWN Corporal R 12 9 21
VERCOE Trooper I 12 7 19
DOUGLAS Trooper S 2 11 13
TAURANGA 244
HAUA Trooper A 17 17 34
WARD Sergeant Trooper 13 18 31
PRATT Trooper 17 13 30
FLOYD Trooper 13 15 28
HENSHAW Trooper 12 12 24
REEVES Trooper 5 15 20
SEDDON Lance Corporal 12 7 19
HAMMOND Sergeant 12 7 19
MUMFORD Lieutenant 10 4 14
COOK Trooper T 7 2 9
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