A keen-eyed group of friends from Solihull scored a bullseye for MS support this week in charity competition the Deca-Games.
The sporting competition, which takes in a mammoth ten events in ten weeks, has already managed to raise £12,000 to help sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis.
The participants are made up of people from the Midlands who have relatives who suffer from the as yet incurable condition.
Last Sunday the Solihull participants braved the rain and hit the mark in an archery contest held at The Edge Adventure Activity Centre, in Shropshire.
The games will end in an awards evening at St. John’s Hotel in Solihull on August 8, where they hope to have hit their fund raising target of £20,000. To help support the effort visit www.justgiving.com/thedecagames.