(From left) Warwick Pistol Club president Greg Morris, junior runner up Sam John and winner Brendan Lane at the Open Shoot.
(From left) Warwick Pistol Club president Greg Morris, junior runner up Sam John and winner Brendan Lane at the Open Shoot.

Shooting juniors look to Olympics

THERE are plenty of young sportsmen with Olympic dreams and two of them, Brendan Lane and Sam John, were at the Warwick Pistol Club February Open Shoot at the weekend.

The three-day shoot attracted 68 players and club captain Bob Campbell said there were no complaints about the weather.

Lane and John have both shot for 18 months and already Lane has represented Queensland.

At the weekend, Lane was the junior winner and John runner-up.

Warwick member Ross Dossetto hails from Iredale between Warwick and Gatton and said yesterday he hadn’t shot a decent score in his 22 years in the sport.

“It doesn’t matter what sport, you have just got to have fun,” he said.

Club president Greg Morris said a lot of work had been done on the range in recent months.



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