Rifle club results

CHEDDAR Valley Rifle Club is currently second in Division 1 and their B team top in Division 2 after five rounds.

CHEDDAR Valley Rifle Club is currently second in Division 1 and their B team top in Division 2 after five rounds.

In knockout cup matches, the club is contesting the semi-finals of the Davey Cup and the A and B teams the Mullings Cup.

The A team are second in Division 2 in the Bristol and District League, while the B team are sixth in Division 3 after five rounds. In the Should to Shoulder League, Cheddar A are unbeaten after four matches and the B team have won one and lost three.

Six rounds have been completed in the Ulster Counties League, with Trevor Paisey first and Ruth Bell second in Division 4, Simon Ellis is second in Division 5. In the Dover 3s League, the A and B teams are both second in their respective leagues.


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In the Chippenham Open, Mike Griffin was second in the A class and won the veterans’ event. There were no successes in the individual section of the Invicta Open, but the A team of Mike Griffin, Keith Thickett and Ruth Bell were placed second.

Despite Cheddar having the top scoring individuals in both scratch and handicap teams, the club lost the latest friendly match at Midsomer Norton. The annual three-way match at Bisley with Brislington and Dover resulted in a win for Cheddar by one point over Brislington.

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The club is an established and fully approved .22 calibre target rifle shooting club with their own 25 yard indoor range in the village. New members are welcome, all equipment needed is provided by the club, which is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings between 7.30-11pm

For more information about the club and details of membership, please contact the secretary on 01934 518098.

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