Ten­nent re­cov­ers as lo­cals shoot at War­wick

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

WHILE some lo­cal shoot­ers will make the long trip to War­wick for this week­end’s State Pis­tol Cham­pi­onships, Greg Ten­nent will be con­fined to quarters.

Ten­nent is in re­cov­ery mode after surgery, but thank­fully for the Bux­ton shooter he can fo­cus on a full re­cov­ery.

“They told me they got ev­ery­thing so that’s al­ways good,” Ten­nent said.

“You go through a process. It came up as a pos­si­bil­ity so you find out ev­ery­thing you can do it about it.

“It means I’ll miss the next few shoots.”

De­spite the re­cent surgery Ten­nent man­aged to fin­ish third in A grade at the Queens­land Small­bore Sil­hou­ette Cham­pi­onships.

The ti­tles, which were hosted by Isis Dis­trict Small­bore Ri­fle Club at Childers Range, at­tracted shoot­ers from across south east Queens­land to com­pete in the state tar­get and sil­hou­ette events.

Ten­nent nar­rowly beat fel­low Childers shooter Wayne Gartrell for third, be­hind Gympie duo Shan­non Peters and Hay­den Stey.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

RE­COV­ER­ING: Isis Dis­trict Small­bore Ri­fle Club’s Greg Ten­nent.

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