The team placed first in the open category, shooting a total of 166/200, and Captain of Boys Clays Ali T also claimed overall High Gun with an impressive total of 49/50. Hunter S shot a 44/50, Alex M 37/50 and Robbie W 36/50. The team then went on to shoot a total of 50/60 in the flush part of the competition. This was an impressive result, with the team outscoring teams from Harrow, Eton, Rugby, Radley, Cheltenham, Tudor School and Millfield, amongst others.
Head of Strathallan’s Shooting Academy, Mr Paul Vallot had this to say:
“I’m very proud of the team for this excellent result against the most prestigious schools in the country. This is a top performance and one that the team should be very proud of.”
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