Shoot-off finale in charity event

Alan Blackburn receives the High Gun prize from Kimberley Bolland EMN-151210-100337002
Alan Blackburn receives the High Gun prize from Kimberley Bolland EMN-151210-100337002

Haven Clay Pigeon Club held a charity open shoot in aid of the Younite Outreach Project.

The charity was chosen because one of the club’s members, Kimberley Bolland, from Freiston, works with the charity and helps in Nakuru, Kenya.

She is a co-ordinator for students who go to work with the children.

The event attracted a good entry and four shooters scored 36 out of 40 targets.

To determine the final outcome, the four marksmen had a shoot off for places.

The High Gun award went to Alan Blackburn, from Skegness, who took the £100 prize.

In second place was Richard Thompson from Billinghay, with Simon Allum of Stickney third and Julian Brown of Boston fourth.

All presentations where made by Kimberley Bolland.

The event raised £600 for the charity.