Winners of this year's DTL


Sept 26th: The East Midlands Intercounties was held at Lakenheath CTC on September 25th. The teams were as shown below. Commiserations to the Ladies, Vets and Juniors on very narrow second places. And apologies to the senior team from your webmaster for his 92. Full results here.

Sept: Congratulations to Cambridgeshire shooters in the British Open Sporting: Taylor Hedgecock took the Colts' trophy with 92 ex 120, Phil Gray the Juniors' with 110 (only one target away from the shootoff for overall 3rd) and Brian Dunbavin picked up third in the Veterans'. Jake Moore took second in B class. The Junior and Veterans regional teams also won, with two Cambridgeshire shooters in each (Phil Gray, Harry Seal and Brian Dunbavin, Philip Simpson).

June 26th - Chris Morris bags another trophy at the Double Rise, with Tony Randall taking the Vets'.
June 19th - Graham Carter took the County ABT title at Northampton SG with 88ex100 on a difficult, blustery, day. Full report here.

15th May. Congratulations to Phil Gray on winning the All Round with an outstanding 98ex100. Full results here, and for another impressive "Junior wins County title with good score" see the Olympic Skeet results here - well done Freddie Killander. Full results list for the ESP now here as well

It is with great sadness that we report that Maurice 'Mo' Chapman passed away suddenly during Easter weekend. Mo had been active in the sport for many years as a competitor and county team member. He also helped on the county committee and at various grounds. Our thoughts and sympathy go out to his family and friends.

Congratulations to Jane Bell for winning the county ZZ, and also a team gold and individual bronze at the World ZZ. Full details here.
STR: A record turnout of 48 Cambridgeshire shooters in a field of 60 attended a most enjoyable Sportrap at Cambridge gun club on 27th March. Jamie Harding continued his assault on this year's championships, notching up his first win of the year with a brilliant 96, 2 ahead of Pietro Mastroeni. Alex Stobbs took the Juniors' with 87, a single clay ahead of both Veterans' winner Pete Garrod and Colts' Winner Taylor Hedgecock who beat 38 other Cambridgeshire shooters despite his youth! Michele Conway took the Ladies' on 69. Full results here.
Congratulations to Chris Morris for winning the DTL. Full details and other winners here.
ESK: A 6 way shoot-off was needed for the Bev Waller Trophy and Cambridgeshire Championship. Which of the three contenders for the County title (Peter Cook, Rod Gifford, Allan Wright) got it? You'll have to read the full report to find out.
Universal Trench: Could first-time UT shooter Jamie Harding knock James Sole off his "County King of Trap" perch? Not quite, but there was only one target in it: see here!

Congratulations to Cambridgeshire shooter Philip Simpson on winning the Veterans' category (and 3rd= in AAA) at the English Sporting World Championships in New Zealand on the weekend of 5/6th February, complementing the conclusive victory by English shooters and teams - see here and more details on the news page

Feb: Note that a number of Cambridgeshire championships have changed dates since the AGM - check the individual fixtures page for the latest updates. Apologies for any inconvenience caused by these changes.
Note that there is a change to the rules for the Champion of Champions this year; the committee have decided that as some shooters are unable to shoot on Saturdays owing to work commitments, the disciplines that are only shootable on a Saturday this year (ZZ, D/T, OSK) will be excluded from the championship, so it will be a 12-discipline event.
Thanks to all who attended the AGM on 10th January in Willingham, not least for the lively discussion on how hard sporting disciplines should be.