Senior Safety Officer Peter Njoroge’s perfect goals helped him emerge victorious from the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Tier 1 at the Bamburi Rifle Club in Mombasa yesterday.
Njoroge, who is also a member of the National Gun Owners Association of Kenya, impressed with his shooting skills, winning the sniper category with a score of 202.32.
Paul Maina finished second with 210.16 points, while Omar Moosa came third with 210.39 points.
The competition attracted over 40 shooters, drawn from both disciplined armed forces and licensed civilians.
The shooters used the event as part of their preparations for next month’s African Championship, which will be played at the Kirigiti shooting range.
In the master class, Ibrahim Ndung’u was unbeatable after proving his qualities to easily win the category with an impressive score of 137.87 points. Eric Wachira came second with 160.07 points.
Thomas Kiilu won the Expert Class with 181.97 points, while the Marksman Class Award went to Satnam Channa with 253.24 points.
In the novice class, Peter Odindo scored 255.30 points for the top spot. In the PCC division, Geoffrey Pesa won with 147.07 points, while Sunny Syan took the Carry Optics division with 201.34 points.
Martin Chengo collected 284.02 points to win the Senior Category Award. The Law Enforcement Award was won by Peter Muli with 188.25 points.