By Barnaby Dracup
Friday, 05 October 2012
After spending this summer atop numerous other podiums, Edgar Brother’s team of go-getting clay pigeon shooters continue their reign by sweeping the board at the recent British Open Sporting Championships.
Hosted by Fauxdegla Shooting Ground in North Wales, the annual event was held from 30 August until 2 September.
Nottingham-based Becky Bream was crowned both British Open Sporting Ladies Champion and British Open A-Class Champion and her team member, 19-year old Phil Bailey, became the British Open Sporting Junior Champion.
The team is sponsored by luxury shotgun brand Zoli and Remington’s Premier International Target cartridges.
“I have won this title twice before for skeet, but this is the highest accolade I have ever achieved for sporting,” explained Staffordshire-based Phil.
“Being part of Team EB provides a fantastic support network for us. Everyone in the company really gets behind us, which can make a big difference on the day of a competition,” he said.
Becky, who works as Zoli Brand Ambassador for Edgar Brothers, said: “It is my job to promote Zoli and explain just how good their shotguns are to potential customers. To be honest, the quality of my Z-Gun speaks for itself – you cannot argue with being crowned champion.”
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