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Wade top gun at Santon

Bitter wind makes shooting difficult

Testing conditions greeted the 21 guns who took part in the Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Shooting Club down the line league fourth and final round at Meary Veg in Santon.

A strong and bitterly cold north-east wind made the targets very difficult but didn't stop Alan Wade from winning with 142 points.

Second was John Moore on 122 with Mike Walker third on 116.

George Davies took the B class on 129 with Arran Wade the winner of the C class on 113.

Alan Wade is top of the final league positions with John Moore second and Nigel Kelly third.