GB Rifle Team Canada 2020

Team Announcement

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The following have been chosen to represent the GB Rifle Team to Canada 2020:

Captain: Rex Barrington
Vice-Captain: Jon Underwood
Adjutant & Treasurer: John Ritchie

Coaches:
Seth Dowley
Reg Roberts
Martin Townsend (Main Coach)

Shooters:
Yusef Ali
Adam Fowler
Alastair Haley
Laura Haley
Alan Haggerty
Kevin Hill
Jack Keates
James Lawrie
Clare Mawson
Rob Oxford
Tom Rylands
James Shepherd
Oliver Spencer
David Young

Reserve Shooters:
Saxon Brewer-Marchant
Paul Holmes
Rob Kitson
Tom Smith
David Talbot
Jon Tapster

Reserve Coach:
Gary Alexander

 

Rex Barrington

Captain Great Britain Rifle Team to Canada 2020

Vice-Captain: Jon Underwood – jon.underwood@gbrtcanada2020.org.uk

Adjutant: John Ritchie – john.ritchie@gbrtcanada2020.org.uk

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