Four quite different 5-Stand layouts had been prepared around the grounds in parts of an old sand quarry. Grant and his team of local helpers used the varying terrain to good advantage to present a wide variety of targets. Local shooter Jan Jacka was runner up Ladies Champion, being the only local to bring home the trophy.
In the shoot-off for the State Team Shield, the NSW Team of Grant Barton, Darren Macartney, Andrew Webb, Frank Tagliapietra and Greg Allen were triumphant with a score of 799. They were followed by Queensland (718) and Western Australia (641).
At the National Shotgun Meeting held at the end of shooting on Saturday, Warren Brown and Jan Jacka were re-elected as National and Assistant Discipline Chairman respectively and a new team selection procedure was adopted. The 5-Stand National Championships were allocated to Perth and the National Sporting Clays Championships to Shepparton in 2014, while some other issues were discussed and resolved.