FUTURE CHAMPION: Woodenbong's Remy Leonard practices regularly with his archery and plans to be a world champion.
FUTURE CHAMPION: Woodenbong's Remy Leonard practices regularly with his archery and plans to be a world champion. Joyce Marsh

Queensland archery win has Remy on target for rep dream

REMY Leonard, Woodenbong's spectacularly successful young archer, continues on his path to victory heading towards his goals of being Australia's representative in the Indoor Team Shooter in the World Archery Championships in Turkey in March.

Remy, 15, is a Year 10 student at Woodenbong Central School. He recently won the Caboolture 3D Shoot in his division.

At the Queensland Archery Short Range Championships he won the Youth Male Release. He has now progressed in his training regime to include Indoor Shoots with his coach in Brisbane with a view to competing in Turkey.

Remy, along with his father Chris, and his younger sister Tabitha, will be all competing at the world indoor championships which are to be held at Murrurundi in November.

To assure his trip to Turkey and to realise his dreams, a kind sponsorship or donation would assist his passage. Should you want to support Remy please donate by way of bank deposit into the Woodenbong Central School's administration account: BSB 032.001 Account: 156839 for Remy Leonard.

Your generous support could pave the pathway for a future champion representing Australia as seen in the eyes of the world.



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