Well, we finally made it – it’s the weekend, and time to go shooting. Hope you have a good plan, but if not – I might have some suggestions.
Half Term is nearly upon us – and the CPSA are running a number of Young Shots days, from £40 per person including instruction, clays, cartridges and use of a suitable shotgun. Its a great opportunity to introduce a a youngster to shooting. There are grounds all over the country running days throughout the week – check the CPSA page for details.
Mark Marshall shot to second place on the RBSS Ultimate One Leaderboard, with a perfect 50 round the sporting warm up and then 18 and 21 on the tower challenge… leaving him one place behind George Digweed MBE.
The NSCA US Nationals are continuing in San Antonio, Texas with Jospeh Zeitler currently top of the Main Event leaderboard with 271 on WinScoreOnline with Richard Faulds of Great Britain on 283 in the International category – there are plenty of good shots out there to complete the four rounds, so things may change. You can follow scores here.
A quick round up of fixtures this weekend:
- For the sporting fans – Westfield has 120 ESP Reg, Orston, Southdown, Grange Farm, Hornet and Honesberie all have 100 ESP registered – setting up some very good double headers.
- For the Skeet fans – Dartford, Northampton and Riverside are running registered shoots
- And for the Trap Fans – there is the Stephen Halfacre Memorial ABT at Fareham, and registered DTL at Mayland and North of England CTC