|Start Date / Time||04 May 2019 at 09:00|
|End Date / Time||04 May 2019 at 17:00|
|Timings||Start Times: 9am, 11am, 12.30pm|
|Prices||Under 14 Years Old: £28, 14 to 18 Years Old: £30|
We are absolutely delighted to be hosting the UK’s National Championships for under 18s on Saturday 4th May.
The British Schools & Young Shots Championships, run by Clay Shooting Magazine, will see the future greats of the clay pigeon shooting circuit go head-to-head.
The Championships will involve three different courses of varying difficulties – Red, Blue and BASC (Proudly sponsored by The British Association for Shooting and Conservation)
The Red and Blue courses will be 50 targets shot over 7 stands, and the BASC course for under-14s will be 32 targets shot over 4 stands.
Prizes will be on offer for the individual winners on all three courses, as well as the top A, B and under-14 teams. The Ladies, Cadets, Scouts, Parent and Child, and Old Pupils competitions will also be running.
We have some epic prizes up for grabs from great sponsors such as Webley & Scott, BASC, Seeland, Armsan and Clay Shooting Magazine.
Click the link to find out exactly what you could win -
“We are delighted to be able to host such an important competition that has always been a stepping stone for the future champions of our sport. We have some great plans for all three courses to test and entertain all levels of shooter.” Charlie Stewart-Wood (Director, Atkin Grant & Lang)
BOOKINGS NOW OPEN -
Anyone aged 18 or under can enter the British Schools & Young Shots Championship, whether or not you’re associated with a school or Scouts troop.
Contact the team on 01582 849382 to book your place and secure your preferred squad time. Places are limited so book soon to avoid disappointment!
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch via the phone number above or email -
ENTRY FORM - Please click the link below to download an entry form.
Please click the link below to read the full Rules & Conditions of this competition -Back to all events
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