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CONGRATULATIONS


CONGRATULATIONS to Alistair Ford, the new British Open Champion, shooting at Lakenheath, Suffolk.

There were 300 competitors from all over Britain and he was one of 11 competitors to hit the maximum clays, so he went back the next day for the shoot-out.

This time Alistair was one of four to score 25 out of 25, but in the final round he was the only one to get the maximum score.

He was using a new gun he had practised with only a couple of times before the event.

Alistair, who owns Parkford Shooting Centre, St Osyth, will be shooting in Ireland, on August 21st, at the Home International Tournament.



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