I have taken over the role of managing the nominations as well as the scoring for the event.
Below there will be an up to date list of the ones I have received. The rule is if I don't have a form from you, irrespective of who you've told or agreed to share with, you aren't nominated.
Also the original forms were incorrect with the fees. The TRA $10 fee is an event fee and the $35 is a daily fee. It is explained in the brochure attached to an electronic entry form on the left hand side of the Forum page.
As there are only 2 details each of Light Air, Heavy Air, International Sporter and Light Rimfire(2 matches in a day), 3 way sharing is not a possibility. It may be for heavy but we'll look at the numbers closer to the close of entries.
I have also setup a Facebook group (2019 Australian RBA Benchrest Championships) to manage any questions you may have. Request to join if you want to follow what's going on and the preparations for the event.
EDIT Sunday 3 November 2019
Yesterday I emailed everyone whose entry I have received, a draft of the bench draw for each match.
If you did not receive an email from The Hornets Club then please email me ASAP at email@example.com and I'll try and sort out the problem.
If you did get the email, please review those matches which you have entered, to:
1. Make sure your name is one the list. If it's not then I do not have your nomination.
2. Make sure that any sharing arrangements you requested are reflected in the draw.
You have until close of business next Wednesday (6/11/19) to request any changes. All requests will be considered provided it does no inconvenience any other shooter or is was my mistake.
A request to change benches/details because you do not like the smell of the aftershave on the next bench might just receive the quick flick so don't bother wasting either of our time.
On Thursday morning I'll print the 864 labels and start attaching them to targets. Once this process has started, you'll need a very strong argument to have a change made.
The last thing any of us needs, is someone turning up at the event and finding out they are either not in the game or their sharing arrangements are incorrect. You certainly do not need that stress.