Punjab shooting coach Tejinder Singh Dhillon has been nominated as chairman of Jury of Appeal for the conduct of the Commonwealth Shooting Championship to be held in Brisbane, Australia from October 28 to November 8. Dhillon, who is a former Inspector General of Police, will officiate during the prestigious event which also acts as a full trial for the Belmont Shooting Ranges ahead of next year’s Commonwealth Games.
“It’s an honour to act as a chairman of Jury of Appeal in the Commonwealth Shooting Championships. Australia has a rich shooting tradition and the event will be held at the newly constructed Belmont Ranges. Indian shooters will also be taking part in the event and National Rifle Association of India also conducted a camp for the shooters,” shared Dhillon, Dhillon also officiated in ISSF World Cup held at Gabala, Spain in May earlier this year and is a former vice president of NRAI.