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College Success

Some good news from Steve Bates. Two Bradfieldians,  Annabel Morriss and Katie Hines have been selected for the BCRT to travel to Canada this summer. Max Garrood was unlucky but was very close to the line. This is great news for them and the college and well deserved for the hard work they have put in behind their rifles.
The College teams also appear to have won the Staniforth Trophy (which you may remember as being the big inter-school event of the Michaelmas term). In its new format of 4 man teams the two Bradfield teams were provisionally placed 1st and 2nd. The results go firm on Monday next week.
Happy new year to everyone, and I will be in touch in March with dates for the summer. We would like to enter teams in the PS Vets in July, and (if there is enough interest) in the Berks County event in May and Quadrangular in September.
Best regards

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