|Start Date / Time||27 May 2022 at 09:00|
|End Date / Time||28 May 2022 at 18:00|
|Timings||First Squad 9am Last Squad 2:30pm|
|Prices||Competition £65 Targets Only £60 Junior Entry £60 (16 & Under on date of competition)|
Friday 27th May & Saturday 28th May 2022
The Lyalvale Express Masters is back for 2022!
120 bird Sporting competition, (20 targets to be shot with Lyalvale Express cartridges).
High Gun prize: £1000 + Trophy
Prizes in class & categories: AAA, AA, A, B, C, Ladies, Juniors
1st - 500 Lyalvale Express Cartridges, £100 + Medal
2nd - 250 Lyalvale Express Cartridges, £60
3rd - 250 Lyalvale Express Cartridges
CPSA Classification will be used, although event is NOT CPSA registered.
Non CPSA Registered shooters are welcome and will be classified on the day
*Plastic and Fibre wad cartridges may be used during this competition*
Pre-booking and payment is required for this event.
More details, rules and terms & conditions -
The 120 bird course will be shot under CPSA rules.
The 20 bird sporting challenge must be shot with Lyalvale Express cartridges only, which will be provided on the stands.
Junior category is 16 and under.
Overall High Gun is not eligible to win their class or category. In the case of a tie for High Gun count back will be used based on the 100 bird course starting on the final targets on Stand 15. If there is still a tie after this, the prize will be divided between competitors.
In the case of a tie for class or category, prizes are established by add and divide. You can win and place in both class and category.
This event is squadded in groups of 6 shooters per squad. Pre-booking is required to secure your place. Entries on the day may be taken if the places on that day are not filled, we do hold the right to turn people away if they have not pre-booked. In the event of reaching full capacity for each day we do reserve the right to add extra days to the competition if necessary.
There will be an allocated jury each day. If there are any disputes regarding scores / missed targets, the issue must be raised whilst on the stand and the head referee and jury will be called.
The organisers and landowners will not accept responsibility for the loss, damage or injury to persons, their property, vehicles or effects (including guns) while at the venue.
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