CLAY SHOOTING: Cambridge sweep board in varsity clash at Andoversford

Ian Coley, who hosted the Oxford v Cambridge varsity clash at his shooting school in Andoversford

Ian Coley, who hosted the Oxford v Cambridge varsity clash at his shooting school in Andoversford

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CAMBRIDGE University have repeated their 2013 win over Oxford in the annual clay shooting varsity match.

Oxford won the inaugural four meetings between the two teams but the momentum has swung to the Light Blues.

The Ian Coley Shooting School in Andoversford hosted the meeting and had prepared a course of 100 clays for the clash.

There were a mixture of easy shots and some deceptively tough ones to give both teams a run for their money.

In the end Cambridge came out on top in the Blues match-up, winning by 199/300 to 188/300.

Cambridge also clinched the gold team and ladies’ team clashes to sweep the board on the day.

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