Shoot bags £2,258 for brain tumour research charity

Sue Farrington Smith, left, with the Whaddon Wind Ups PNL-140430-102757001

Sue Farrington Smith, left, with the Whaddon Wind Ups PNL-140430-102757001

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At total of £2,258 was raised for brain tumour research at the Ali’s Dream Clay Pigeon Shoot on Sunday.

It was a winning day for David Gill of the Whaddon Wind Ups, who hit an impressive 46 clays out of 50.

Ali's Dream Clay Pigeon Shoot PNL-140430-102808001

Ali's Dream Clay Pigeon Shoot PNL-140430-102808001

On the sideline pool shoot, in an exciting shoot-off, he beat three other top guns for the top prize and his team won the shield for the winning team, shooting 170 out of 200.

 

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