The Committee

Club Captain

Nataša Pasternak


Natasha has had a passion for marksmanship since a young age, practising at school ranges and with cadets, but has really excelled since joining EURC! She’s enjoyed being part of a society with a shared passion for shooting and participating in competitions, bringing home four medals at the County Championships! She is very excited to bring her passion to many other people at university while being captain and is excited to bring more women to the sport, especially by participating in “This Girl Can”! Weird Fact: Natasha was invited to macrobiotic cooking classes at Boy George’s house when she was younger!


General Secretary

Steph Chanter


Steph enjoys shooting as it’s an interesting skill to be good at and it’s an all-inclusive sport for everyone! Weird fact about Steph is that she works with birds of prey during the holidays…


Senior Advisor

Jason Pepera-Hibbert


Since Joining EURC, Jason has managed to place 1st & 2nd in BUCS Fullbore, and has been selected to represent Great Britain U25 Rifle Team in the World Championships in 2019. Jason’s highlight of his shooting career is coming 16th in the HM. Queen’s Prize in 2018 and he hopes to someday win it! Fun fact! Jason shoots much better when he’s hungover!



James Mac Taggart


James joined the Rifle club at a taster session in term 2 of his first year after his housemate brought him down and he really enjoyed it. Not so fun fact: James barely shot last year due to a broken hand but still managed to compete in long range smallbore twice!


Fullbore Captain

Tom Hill

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Tom started shooting five years ago with the CCF to avoid playing cricket. He is a second year Philosophy student and has loved being part of the best club in Exeter. Fun fact: Tom spent his Easter weekend doing the 125 mile Devizes to Westminster Canoe Race


Smallbore Captain 

Danny Lay


Dany has been shooting since he was ten years old, being on national and international under-18 teams in the last few years. “Shooting is my absolute favourite thing to do and helps me relax after a stressful day.” His role on committee is to organize training and team selection for smallbore competitions, as well as to assist the Competitions Officer with organizing competitions. Fun fact! Danny was on the 2018 University Challenge Team for Exeter!



Alistair Sanford


Alistair joined the club as both his parents had been members and as such taught him to shoot from the age of 5. Fun Fact -Alistair is an investor in Brew Dog!


Social Secretaries

Jackie Chan


Jackie is a third year psychology student. “I joined the Exeter University Rifle Club in my first year and absolutely fell in love with it. I chose this position on committee because I enjoy organising socials and could help expand the club outside of shooting. Fun fact: I really enjoy reading and collecting comic books.”

Louisa Collier


Since joining Rifle Club, Louisa has made many firm friends, partly due to the organisation of regular socials. “In my role as social sec this year, my intention is to continue generating opportunities for the new members to make friends.” Weird fact: Louisa did ballet up to grade 6 before she swapped it out for shooting!


Publicity & Stash Secretary

Lulu Randall


Lulu has been shooting for 4 years and is loving her time in the EURC. During her shooting career before university she achieved the highest individual score in the Country-Life small bore league for two consecutive years, obtained gold in the Eley 2017 league and bronze in the Staniforth 2016 league. “I’m publicity sec this year because I want to go into marketing and branding in the future but also want to recruit as many new shots as possible!” FUN FACT Lulu has chased chickens at Disney Land in front of 2000 people! Ask her why!


Competitions Officer

Tom Blackburn


Tom has been shooting since year 5 and is currently doing his second year of history at University. Fun fact: “I like having a good bev and can normally be found in Timepiece on a Wednesday night”


Range Officer

Ed Norman


Ed joined as a Fresher last year having shot for 3 years at school with the CCF. He applied for Range Officer as he felt he would be helpful in enhancing the smooth-running of Range nights. Fun fact: “I shot a fluke 100/100 target at my first Exeter range night… and have got progressively worse since!”….