Bond stays second in Plymouth shooting stakes despite a near-perfect performance
SHOOTING: Lloyd Bond is the hotshot of the latest round of the Plymouth and District Small Bore Rifle League Duchy Cup.
Bond returned a 99 from 100 in round seven.
The shooter with the best average is made Winter League champion.
Despite Bond's efforts, he is still second to former Great Britain shot Greg Hamley, who looks odds-on to win the cup with three rounds to go.
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Derek Andrews and Dave Hurrell are third and fourth respectively.
Yealmpton drew their bye round by shooting to their 486 average.
Plympton B had an excellent result against GWRSA A to take the two points and Plympton A had a convincing win over GWRSA B.
Plympton A have now moved further ahead on 12 points, four points clear of their nearest rivals GWRSA B and Plympton B, who are both on eight.
Other top shots this week are Paul Martin, Derek Andrews and Stuart Horton, who each shot 98, and Gladys Grant, who shot a 97.
John Alexander improved his lead and is still favourite to win the NSRA silver medal.
Mark Yearling is in second place with Mark Stevenson third.
Shooters are being urged not to forget their entry for the summer league this year.
The competition is shot over seven rounds, with one round a fortnight.