Jersey shooters top again in Overseas Match at Bisley

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Despite the difficult conditions, with rain affecting all competitors’s shooting, especially at 500 yards, from the three targets (at 300 yards, 500 yards and 600 yards) scores were as follows: David Le Quesne (102.11 ex 105), Alex Langley (102.13), Colin Mallett (99.9), Andrew Le Cheminant (104.14), Graeme Harris (100.11), Michael Cotillard (101.9), Richard Benest (99.6), Peter Stock (104.13), John Norman (98.8), Mary Norman (98.12), Bruce Horwood (99.9), Daniel Richardson (101.12).

Coaches were Chris Cotillard, Bruce Horwood, David Le Quesne, Colin Mallet and Alex Langley.

Another Jersey triumph could be on the cards this evening when Jersey sixteen-year-old Lulu Watson, currently at Cheltenham Boarding School, goes in a shoot-off for the Prince of Wales Prize after having tied on 75 and 12 V-bulls with two other crackshots.

Second were Guernsey, 11 points behind; third were Canada.

Meanwhile, in today’s Kolapore Team Match Jersey were a distant second behind Great Britain with an hour’s shooting still to go.

Only three points separate the Island shooters and chasing Canada and Guernsey.

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