Clay Pigeon Shooting Event

Last week, to celebrate our 21st anniversary, staff from Managementors and a number of clients attended a clay pigeon shooting day at The Royal County of Berkshire Shooting School.

The day began with a welcome breakfast, followed by a morning’s practice, with attendees being split into teams of beginners and experts, demonstrating their shotgun skills and trying out a variety of traps.

Once the practicing was over, the serious competition was underway, with 6 teams rotating between various traps and the scores mounting up towards the final make or break event, with 50 clays flying over each team in 3 minutes!

As the competition came to an end, a delicious meal provided by celebrity chef Mike Robinson at ‘The Wild Fork’ was served, followed by the long awaited prize giving. Managementors’ Managing Director Ken Leech’s team won the clay conservationist prize, whilst G4S’ Chief Operating Officer, Gareth Chapman’s group, took the top team award with a staggering 14 points more than the runners up!

Congratulations also went to Santander’s Cameron Bird, who deservedly won Top Gun of the day, and Emma Squire from Managementors for winning the prize for Top Lady!

A collection for Cancer Research UK also took place, raising £135 for this well-deserved charity.

Overall the day was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all those attending.