In­verurie young farm­ers lift clay crown

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - FARMING | WEATHER -

A team from In­verurie JAC was crowned cream of the crop at the Scot­tish As­so­ci­a­tion of Young Farm­ers’ Clubs north re­gion clay pi­geon shoot­ing com­pe­ti­tion.

The an­nual con­test, which at­tracted 18 com­peti­tors from across the re­gion, took place at House of Mul­ben, near Keith.

Top place in the 50bird sport­ing flush went to In­verurie JAC’s team of Mar­tyn Thom­son, Ian Arm­strong and Ai­den Wal­lace. They achieved a com­bined score of 120. Sec­ond place went to a team from Udny JAC com­pris­ing Stephen Al­lan, An­drew Frank and Jamie David­son, while third place went to Lower Spey­side Young Farm­ers Club’s team of Gor­don Kelly, Blair Dun­can and Ed Walling. The Udny team had a com­bined score of 93, and the Lower Spey­side team’s score was 86.

Other teams com­pet­ing came from Udny, Gar­i­och and Echt.

The prize for the best in­di­vid­ual gun went to Scott Phillips from Echt Young Farm­ers Club with a score of 45 out of a pos­si­ble 50.

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