Today was the
Cambridgeshire ABT at Eriswell, Thank you to the referees and staff today for a
very well hosted Cambridgeshire 100 bird ABT Championship. Thank you to all
those who supported this event. Please see below for the winners, thanks again
for all the support from the shooters that came and hopefully enjoyed the day.
Cambridgeshire County Champion G Russo 92/100
Veteran Champion R J Croft 84/100
Champion J Bell 60/100
Champion E Lord 61/100
1st in A Class M
1st in B Class G
1st in C Class R J Croft 84/100
1st in D Class R Allen 79/100
Looking forward to the next shoot at the skeet nationals next week at Northampton on Sat and the double rise at The Priory on Sunday still time to book in call Natasha Heading .
Well we’ve had a busy weekend
this week; the Cambridgeshire sporting at Cambridge Gun Club (CGC) Sat and Sun.
Both really nice, warm, sunny days – perfect for shooting clays. Thanks to CGCfor
putting it on for us and to all the refs that helped out over the weekend. Lots
of people from all counties came to support the event, so thanks go to all who
shot. Hope you all enjoyed it whatever you scored.
Priory Single barrel 30th August – *Date change!* not 16th anymore Double rise 18th October Olympic skeet 25th October
Eriswell Sportrap 1st & 2nd August **NEW DATE** Skeet 9th August **NEW DATE** Skeet dbls 13th September **NEW DATE** Fitasc 22nd and 23rd August **NEW DATE** Abt 11th October **NEW DATE** All round 1st November **NEW DATE**
Rugby ZZ helice 27th September – sorry there was an error where August was given, it is September
Just to let you know that the committee made a decision to
restart competition with the DTL on 28th June at The Priory as per the schedule.
We already had booking to be done prior to the date – no walk in – no cash
payouts; bank transfer only. Prizes and trophies will be sorted later or at AGM.
We are still in negotiations with the other grounds to reschedule shoots that
have been missed. Details to follow as and when available.
the CPSA sent out an email to all clubs, grounds and trade members.
email stated that;
the easing of restrictions over outdoor activities,they (CPSA) had been working
with the government, police and other bodies, and had received confirmation
that it is now possible to start recreational clay shooting again.
also confirmed that you as members are fully insured to clay shoot and carry
shotguns in your vehicles to and from grounds as normal.
CPSA has issued guidelines to grounds to ensure they comply with strict CV19
safety protocols and guidance.
will be a phased return to clay shooting, with practice only on a pay/play
date has been set for a return to competition registered shoots.
the grounds reopen, we recognise it’s a very personal choice as to whether you
choose to shoot or not, and must be based upon your own personal health and
potential risk to yourself and others.
is a big step forward for shooting and we wish you all to keep safe.