Shooting: Students aim for bragging rights

FOCUS: Sam Jennings watches the target, before firing a shot on Friday morning. Picture: TODD LEWIS

BRAGGING rights for the top clay shooting school was up for grabs last week when students from six high schools in the region gathered at the Mount Gambier Gun Club for a friendly competition.

The day saw 75 students from Tenison Woods College, Grant High School, Mount Gambier High School, St Martin’s College, Penola High School and Millicent High School compete.

A team of five students from Grant High School


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