TWO students from John Kyrle High School have impressed at a national level as they show their potential.

Year seven student Abi Agami is awaiting confirmation of her place in the shooting National Finals while Jasmine Gibbons has been selected to join the England Women’s U18 rugby training camp in the New Year.

Agami has been shooting from the age of eight and for the last 18 months has been training with the 2012 Olympic Pentathlon coach

She recently competed in the British Shooting Schools Competition scoring a personal best of 167 and qualifying in fifth place (of 48) for the shoot off final to win a place at the National Finals in Stoke Mandeville.

She is currently awaiting official confirmation from British Shooting, but it looks as if Agami has qualified for Stoke Mandeville on January 16.

Agami recently shot two qualifying rounds and was called to shoot on the Commonwealth Range at Bisley.

Despite being the youngest of 86 competitors including adults she was placed ninth.

Gibbons, aged 17, currently plays her club rugby for Worcester Valkyries in the Tyrrells Premier 15s, the top tier of the women’s English league and has already had the honour of being made captain this season despite being the youngest player in the squad.

Gibbons, who lives in Llangrove, joined Worcester Rugby Club at the age of 15 and has risen through their under-15 and under-18 squads whilst being selected for the North Midlands Under-18s squad last season.