WELL DONE: Jacquie Hammond, front left, received a special award at Teesdale Gun Club’s presentation evening
WELL DONE: Jacquie Hammond, front left, received a special award at Teesdale Gun Club’s presentation evening

Shooting

THE second Teesdale Gun Club annual awards night was held at the Moorcock Inn, Eggleston, and was well attended by the members, with 41 people enjoying the event.

Jacquie Hammond won Ladies High Gun as well as collecting a special achievement award for her hard work and commitment as secretary to the club.

Colin Liddell won High Gun for the DTL, Adam Holmes took the High Gun for ABT and Nigel Mitchell received High Gun for sporting and the overall title for 2017/18.

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Colin Liddell was voted volunteer of the year, and deservedly so as Colin has given superb and expert advice with the DTL trap set up, maintenance, scoring and rules.

He always assists with corporate shoots and is never shy in letting others use his guns.

Other nominations for this award were; Ted McFarland, Nigel Mitchell, Tony Brittain, Peter Crompton, Tim Taylor, Josh Rayner, Christine Mitchell, Jon Dunn, Gordon Thomson, Tony Merone and Julie and Mark Brabben, and all received certificates of appreciation.