Again through the courtesy of the 4th Bn. The Suffolk Regt. (T.A.) we have been able to carry on with .22 rifle shooting for Anson Classes, and latterly for some members of Beatty and Benbow 'Classes. Two teams have been entered for the Sea Cadet Corps Summer Postal Shooting League, the "A" team being placed in Division 5, and the "B" team in Division 6. Although this has caused considerable panic at times to get the fortnightly rounds shot off by the date required, the results have been most satisfactory and are as follows:
team "A" were beaten into second place in Division 5 by 127, as they finished equal on points with Harrogate; Team "B" had a clear win of two points in Division 6. It has been most pleasing that members of the "B" Classes have been capable, after very little instruction, of coming into the teams at a moment's notice, and of doing so well.
- A./L.S. Moss, O.S. Hardy, A./L.S. Hunton, O.S. Harrington and A./L.S. Glass (D.)-have reached the standard of 85 out of 100 required for the "Good Shooting Badge." When we have built the .22 range at school, as is under discussion at the present time, this number will be greatly increased, as will our shooting activities in general.