Kayden is berry good!

LITTLE Kayden Shah proved to be the 'berry' best in an unusual competition.

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The five-year-old primary one pupil at Camstradden Primary School was the winner of the berry throwing competition at the Glasgow school's '2014 Common Elf Games' tournament to celebrate the latest in the series of Scottish author Jo Hall's books about JoJo Gnome.

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