THE CHRIST COLLEGE CCF SHOOTING TEAMS TOOK PART IN THE 160TH INFANTRY BRIGADE CADSAAM OVER THE WEEKEND 23RD AND 24TH SEPTEMBER.
In fine weather teams from the Combined Cadet Forces and Army Cadet Forces from across Wales competed in a series of tests to find the top cadet shots. Christ College have enjoyed considerable success in the competition of last few years.
Christ College’s “A team” were the winners in the CCF Urban contact shoot, and runners up in the Defence match and the pairs Light Support Weapon match. The final competition on the Sunday was the falling plate match, and in a tight final Christ College lost out to an excellent Monmouth team by one plate.
When the results were announced , the outstanding team performance on all ranges ensured the Christ College were not only crowned the best CCF, but also the top team out the ACF and CCF, thereby retaining their title as Welsh Cadet Shooting champions for another year.
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