A CLAY pigeon shoot held at Peace Parks Farm, Bratton Fleming, attracted 50 guns and raised just over £900 for extra sporting facilities at Bratton Fleming Sports Club. Despite rain all day, many supporters as well as local and visiting shooters turned o

A CLAY pigeon shoot held at Peace Parks Farm, Bratton Fleming, attracted 50 guns and raised just over £900 for extra sporting facilities at Bratton Fleming Sports Club.Despite rain all day, many supporters as well as local and visiting shooters turned out, bringing a big "thank you" to them from organiser Annie Jones of Bratton Sports Foundation Group.She also gave special thanks to Barry Heal, on whose property the shoot took place, to their sponsors, to Pete Lewis and Spencer Turner for ensuring all ran smoothly and to the busy refreshment and raffle helpers and the trappers and scorers, who spent all afternoon in pouring rain.Gina Pope took first place in the Ladies' Sporting and third in the Novice DTL class. There was an exciting shoot-off for first place in the Sporting Open class between Graham Davie, Martin Easterbrook and Ron Selman, with Davie just clinching it. Young shooters George and Jack Balman both picked up prizes in the Under-16s Sporting and DTL classes. High Gun: N. Smith (Coventry).Open Sporting: 1st Graham Davie; 2nd Ron Selman; 3rd Martin Easterbrook.Novice Sporting: 1st Paul Sant; 2nd James Symons; 3rd Phil Venn.Ladies Sporting 1st Gina Pope; 2nd Jackie Warren.U16s Sporting: 1st Patrick Crane; 2nd George Balman; 3rd Jack Balman.Open DTL: 1st Richard Chapple; 2nd Rob Manning; 3rd Roger Westaway.Novice DTL: 1st Byron Heywood; 2nd Paul Sant; 3rd Gina Pope.U16s DTL: 1st George Balman; 2nd Jack Balman; 3rd Edward Taylor.