The Clay Pigeon Shoot Challenge at Home Hardware’s recent convention saw an “exceptionally high” standard of shooting.
The event was held at the local championship standard South West Shooting School, and attracted 28 members and partners.
First in the ladies was Lindsay Allix of Home Hardware, while joint second were Alison Jacques of Priceless Home Hardware and Julie Manns from Rentokil.
First in the men’s experienced category was Chris Blanchard of Blanchard’s Home Hardware, while Richard Burdett of Brutons Hardware came in in second place.
First in the men’s was Robert Jacques of Priceless Home Hardware – with an impressive score of 21 out of a possible 25, and in second place was Mike Langbridge of Langbridge Home Hardware.
“The standard of shooting was exceptionally high considering over half of the competitors had never used a shotgun before,” said Home Hardware managing director Martin Elliott. “It was a very enjoyable afternoon and our sincere thanks to STV for their very kind sponsorship, which made the event possible.”
Members, suppliers and staff at the convention also raised £1,100 in a draw for the RNLI.