Saltford cub scouts hit the target in archery competition
Three ten-year-old cub scouts from 1st Saltford pack took the top spots in the Wansdyke District Cub Archery Challenge.
Matthew was the winner ahead of runner-up Oliver and third- placed Harvey, with the same trio having also occupied the first three places in the national field shoot event competition earlier this year.
The annual event is organised in memory of the late Jack Robins, pictured, a former Scout District Commissioner and local archery instructor.
Avon county archery instructor Dave Ashworth said: "The competition standard was very high and I congratulate all the cubs who took part.
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"Archery is one of the many challenging activities which scouting offers and many scout halls are ideal for indoor shooting."
Wansdyke district chairman Roger Dowse, presented certificates to all 24 boys and girls who competed.