Shooters face venue problems ahead of CG
16:11 Tue Mar 13, 2018
Report by: Lusiana Tagicakibau
The Fiji Shooting Association is currently facing difficulties in preparing for the Commonwealth Games next month.
The national team shooters have squeezed their training sessions due to a busy schedule at the Military range in Vatuwaqa.
Shooter Quintyn Stephen says, despite the limited time they will make use of their training slots.
“I think in this point of time its quality over quantity at this point though we may have not have the amount of days we want we’ve got to put more effort and more time and to really make use of what we have and I think it’s going to show how mature we have and how we develop our skills up to this point.”
Along with Quintyn, Glenn Kable, Christian Stephen and Swee Phua will represent Fiji to Australia.
The games will begin on the 4th to the 15th of next month.
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