Ken Parr Jr followed up his BFRC success with another dominant win at the ESSU Championships.

Winning his Elimination relay with a score of 620.0, Ken went on to lead the Qualification relay with a score of 615.4, leading Jonathan Andrews and Charles Cooper on 611.7 and 611.6 respectively. His form didn’t fail in the final, leading from the start to finish 204.9, a clear 1.5 points ahead of Silver medallist Neil Day on 203.4. David Binney took Bronze with 182.9.

In the Men’s 3-Position, Dan Rivers led Qualification, leading Dean Bale and Mark Szymankiewicz into the final. Dan didn’t have it all his way, with Tom Warren taking an early lead in the first Kneeling string, but Dan’s experience showed through with a consistent shoot that quickly saw him take the lead, only to stumble at the final hurdle, with an 8.5 for his final shot. Dean Bale’s 9.6 narrowed the gap, but Dan held onto the Gold medal spot with a 0.6 point lead leaving Dean with Silver, and brother Jack Bale in Bronze medal position.