Cheryl Hall wins in Dubai to become the queen of Sheba

After hitting 111 in the first three qualifying days to tie with Sweden’s Anna Jarnald, Cheryl Hall has won the Ladies shoot-off to claim the top prize of $50,000.


In third place, fellow Brit Katie Brown returned to international shooting after a long absence with a bang to hit 107, and Rosie Brumby, Georgia Moule and Sara Chambers all finished in the top 10.

In the Men’s category, Phil Gray competed in the final shoot-off and had to go to sudden death against Joey Bolton for the third-place prize of $50,000. Unfortunately, his prize money was cut in half when Joey won the head-to-head showdown. Once again it was an American that took the top prize. Derrick Mein deserved the $200,000 High Gun prize after shooting five targets clear from his nearest competitor, fellow American Bill McGuire, in the qualifying period for 169. Bill then finished Runner Up after the final.

Expect a full report in the next issue of Clay Shooting magazine.


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