SCHOOL SPORT: Kingham Hill hit bullseye to lift title

Kingham Hill’s clay shooting team. From left: Neil Taylor, Will Hayes (coach), Archie Fox, Josh Goddard, Ben Taylor, Sam Osborne, Charlie Bryant

Kingham Hill’s clay shooting team. From left: Neil Taylor, Will Hayes (coach), Archie Fox, Josh Goddard, Ben Taylor, Sam Osborne, Charlie Bryant

First published in Sport

Kingham Hill were bang on target to triumph at the National Schools’ Championship Clay Shooting Competition.

The team of Charlie Bryant, Benjamin Taylor, Neil Taylor, Samuel Osborne, Archie Fox and Joshua Goddard triumphed at the EJ Churchill Shooting Ground on the stunning West Wycombe Estate.

It saw Kingham Hill, near Chipping Norton, improve on last year’s bronze.

Headmaster Nick Seward was delighted by the team’s success, and has promised the team an open top car ride around the school grounds to show off the trophy.

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