Hilling­don’s young­sters on tar­get in front of judges

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

HILLING­DON Archery Club’s young­sters shone as the club hosted their sec­ond Ve­gas com­pe­ti­tion.

The young guns showed the way in front of three watch­ing Archery GB judges as the Hilling­don out­fit looks to stage their first na­tional event next year.

Home­town duo John Mur­phy-O’Duinn and Bran­don Scully flew the flag su­perbly for the bor­ough to fin­ish first and sec­ond in the ju­nior boys (ex­pe­ri­enced archer) cat­e­gory.

It was a sim­i­lar story in the ju­nior boys (new­com­ers) class as Hilling­don pair Aaron Laird and Ja­son Har­ris made up the top two.

Hilling­don ju­nior girls Hannah Grainger and Hi­maaya Peiris fin­ished run­ner-up to Ilayda Ur­can of Pinner in their shoot.

St Kings­mark Bow­men’s Huw Jones won the Se­nior Gent Re­curve, while Hamp­stead archer Anas­ta­sia Sichkarenko was top of the pile in the Se­nior Lady Re­curve. Netta Bri­dle, Pete Stick­ings and Ben Stick­ings helped to over­see the af­ter­noon’s shoot­ing.

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