In Summary

  • Former Kenya Open Bisley champion Sanford Otundo was fine with his trigger, beating the windy course to retain the Inspector General Kenya Police Service Trophy on Monday at the Kenya Defence Forces Shooting Laikipia Range.
  • Otundo from the General Service Unit (GSU), returned 511 points comprising 45 vee-bulls to claim the overall title, edging out a star-studded field that comprised three players, who have won Kenya Open title, John Serem (DCI) Christopher Saina (GSU) and returnee Edward Legei from Presidential Escort Unit.

Former Kenya Open Bisley champion Sanford Otundo was fine with his trigger, beating the windy course to retain the Inspector General Kenya Police Service Trophy on Monday at the Kenya Defence Forces Shooting Laikipia Range.

Otundo from the General Service Unit (GSU), returned 511 points comprising 45 vee-bulls to claim the overall title, edging out a star-studded field that comprised three players, who have won Kenya Open title, John Serem (DCI) Christopher Saina (GSU) and returnee Edward Legei from Presidential Escort Unit.

Otundo left Saina, who had won the Deputy Inspector General Trophy on Saturday, settling for Super X Class honours on 496.41 as David Kirui (GSU) claimed Super X 2 on 487.35.

“The course was extremely windy making difficult to tell when to pull the trigger,” said Otundo. “I am glad to retain the title and I look forwards for Kenya Open in three months.”

Eudicas Nyango from Nairobi Area collected 483.20 to win X Class, beating Mustafa Dida (Kenya Defence Forces-KDF) by five vee-bulls on 483.15. Clifford Kiptarus (GSU) went for O Class victory on 471.21 where Joel Kirui came in second on 465 .11.

Grace Rantile (GSU) shot 480.35 to edge out Richard Leprir (ASTU), who got 472.25 for T Class victory. Mercy Ngaira (GSU) emrged the best lady firer on 462.13.

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