Commonwealth Games: Amber Hill selected for shooting team

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Hill, 16, is shotgun record-breaker

BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year Amber Hill has been added to the England shooting squad for the Commonwealth Games.

The 16-year-old is part of an 11-strong clay target shooting team, bringing the total shooting squad up to 25.

Aaron Heading (men's trap) and Steve Scott (men's double trap pairs) will be defending their titles from Delhi 2010.

Charlotte Kerwood and Rachel Parish, medallists at Melbourne 2006, are also selected.

The full clay target team is: Matt French, Mike Gilligan, Sarah Gray, Aaron Heading, Amber Hill, Charlotte Kerwood, Rachel Parish, Caroline Povey, Steve Scott, Dave Sipling and Rory Warlow.

The full-bore, small-bore rifle and small-bore pistol squads have already been announced and feature Mick Gault, England's most decorated sportsman who has come out of retirement in an attempt to become the most successful Commonwealth Games competitor in history.

Also selected are Gerri Buckley, Kristian Callaghan, Sheree Cox, Lina Jones, Sharon Lee, Kenny Parr, Hannah Pugsley, Dan Rivers, Larissa Sykes, David Luckman, Victoria Mullin, Stewart Nangle and Parag Patel.

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