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Wasps host 2010 Summer Shoot

London Wasps hosted a Summer Shoot yesterday at the prestigious E.J. Churchill shooting ground in High Wycombe

Trevor Woodman shows how it's done

Trevor Woodman shows how it's done

Wasps players Ben Broster, John Hart and Phil Vickery were joined by Director of Rugby Tony Hanks and Forwards Coach Trevor Woodman for the shoot, along with 120 of the Club’s top corporate clients including Main Sponsors EMC.

There was a healthy mix of seasoned shooters and first timers, with some healthy rivalry from the Wasps contingent lead by West Countrymen Trevor Woodman and Phil Vickery. Both proved to be top marksmen, having grown up with shooting in the country, but Woodman took the honours – rumoured to have only missed one shot!

Wasps would very much like to thank all those who attended the shoot and made it such a great success, particularly E.J. Churchill for hosting the event and The Grouse & Ale pub in Lane End for providing an excellent barbeque which was enjoyed by all.

to Phil Vickery, Tony Hanks, Trevor Woodman and John Hart discuss the shoot

Listen:
to Phil Vickery, Tony Hanks, Trevor Woodman and John Hart discuss the shoot

More Pictures

Left to right: Ben Broster, Trevor Woodman, John Hart and Tony Hanks participate in the Q & A after the shoot
Phil Vickery takes aim
Trevor Woodman shows how it's done
Wasps' Head of Sponsorship Gareth Lloyd welcomes everyone to the event
Phil Vickery in the club house as guests mingle before the shoot
Ben Broster ready to go
John Hart's shot is closely watched
Ben Broster aims high
Left to right: Jamie Cockburn, Trevor Woodman and Ben Broster line up for the barbeque
Everyone returned from the shoot for a barbeque and a few refreshments
Wasps Director of Rugby Tony Hanks prepares to call
Ben Broster looks down the barrel through the trees
Phil Vickery chats with members of his group
A station shoot is explained

Audio Files

Click here for audio feed: to Phil Vickery, Tony Hanks, Trevor Woodman and John Hart discuss the shoot
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