Inverurie young farmers lift clay crown
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.