Team Coast members record stunning growth in shooting

By Standard Sports: Monday, December 16th 2019 at 21:51 GMT +3 | Sports
A section of NGAO-Kenya’s Team Coast members at the event [Photo Courtesy]

The Coast Shooting Fraternity (Team Coast) who are also members of the National Gun Owners Association (NGAO-Kenya) had their end year shoot at the Mombasa indoor shooting range of Arms and Armory at Krish plaza over the weekend.

The event saw a total of 16 participants take part in the tournament which had some of the most challenging drills set by Team Coast Captain Abdulhakim Daud.

The shooters battled it out in drills which included weak hand, strong hand, quick reloads & precision shots.

Team Coast’s Marksman Omar Moosa dominated in the contest emerging overall winner with a score of 67.96.

 In second position was Sharp Shooter Ibrahim Ndung’u who managed a score of 77.46, followed by Abdulhakim Daud in third position with a score of 78.98 .

The competition welcomed onboard the youngest entrant – 14 year old Ismail Ndung’u who shot very well alongside seasoned shooters managing an impressive score of 202.98 as an unclassified novice.

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1. Omar Moosa                67.96

2. Ibrahim Ndungu          77.46

3. Abdulhakim Daud       78.98

4. Moosa Nahid               84.15

5. Omar Jangikhan          88.45

6. Eric Barasa                   98.28

7. Suhayb Timimy           105.60

8. Jaafar Moshe              112.75

9. Nailesh Bhatia            116.72

10. Priyank Shreeji         137.26

11. Leila Awale               138.67

12. Morgan Kioko          145.75

13. Hilmy Ali                   156.99

14. Mohamed Salim        166.21

15. David Odada              167.29

16. Ismail Ndungu           202.98


The match was officiated Mr. Abdulhakim Daud who was both the Match director and safety officer.

Currently NGAO-K members from Mombasa dominate in the Novice, Marksman and Sharpshooter categories in Kenya.

The members are looking forward to the sanctioned matches and the International Defensive Pistol Association Africa (IDPA) championships to be held in the country next year.

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