Northumberland boy's love of clay pigeon shooting

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A nine-year-old boy from Northumberland, who is "exceptional" at clay pigeon shooting, has sets his sight on the 2020 Olympic games.

Cain Stewart began his love of clay pigeon and air rifle shooting when he was only five after shooting targets at an agricultural show.

His coach Alan Hawkins, says he is "exceptional" and has shot some "great targets" that people twice his age struggle with.

Grandad Phil Fairless said he is "very very proud" of Cain, who hopes to follow in the footsteps of Team GB's Peter Wilson and win an Olympic gold medal.

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