Mulwala shooter James Willett faces uphill battle to qualify for Olympic men's trap final

Beau Greenway
Updated July 28 2021 - 6:04pm, first published 5:00pm
TOUGH DAY: James Willett was off the mark with three targets on the first day of qualification for the men's trap at the Tokyo Olympics and sits 15th overall. The top six progress to the semi-finals on Thursday afternoon. Picture: AAP IMAGE
TOUGH DAY: James Willett was off the mark with three targets on the first day of qualification for the men's trap at the Tokyo Olympics and sits 15th overall. The top six progress to the semi-finals on Thursday afternoon. Picture: AAP IMAGE

Mulwala shooter James Willett has plenty of ground to make up if he's to reach his second straight Olympic final at Tokyo 2020 on Thursday.

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Beau Greenway

Beau Greenway

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Beau Greenway is a journalist at The Border Mail. He likes to tell the stories of great people in our communities. Email: beau.greenway@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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