Countryman Fairs

20 & 21 Sept 2014
Weston Park
TF11 8LE

Weston Park

Clay Shooting Competitions – English Sporting

Clay shooter aims out of a fenced areaThe 2014 Great Wall Motor World Series Clay Shooting Championship is back!

After the successes of the 2013 season, the Great Wall Motor World Series Clay Shooting Championship is very much welcomed back for 2014, with the same award-winning clay shooting line, a superb Great Wall Steed pick up up for grabs and, as always, the chance to walk away with the 2014 clay shooting championship title.

Organising the Clay Shooting Line for a fourth year running, both Clive and Louise Bramley of Doveridge Shotgun Academy will once again take the helm and bring the ground-breaking competition to the masses. Clive looks forward to bringing the championship back to the Countryman Fairs showground and encourages every age and ability to give the sport a go. “For the 2014 season the Great Wall Motor World Series Clay Shooting Championship has a prize format that gives everybody the chance to go the distance and walk away with a stunning new car. Whatever the age or the standard, the championship invites a broad cross-section of people, and as previous years have shown, winners are not always those that have racked up many years shooting on the Clay Line, with the championship witnessing a great deal of talent from new and improved shots."

Qualifying rounds will be contested over a 50 Open Sporting Course, with competitors shooting against those of a similar ability. Cash prizes will be paid out on each day, with a guaranteed £100 for the high gun in each lettered class (AA, A, B, C) - the remaining cash prizes will be paid back from every card (including re-entry cards) not just on cards returned to the office. Unclassified shooters will be classified using CPSA Rules for prize money only.

At each of the events, each day will be classed as a separate qualifying event and at the end of each qualifying day at Kelmarsh, Highclere, Sussex and Lowther, the top two places in CPSA Classes (AA, A, B, C & for 2013 the Highest Unclassified Shooter will be allocated a slot for the Grand Final.The highest scoring Lady, Junior and Veteran will also be allocated a qualifying place. For the Grand Final Ladies, Juniors and Veterans will shoot in the CPSA lettered class.

Dates for your Diary

o    Kelmarsh 20th & 21st April
o    Highclere 25th & 26th May
o    Sussex 14th & 15th June
o    Lowther 9th & 10th August
o    The Midland 20th & 21st September

Interested in entering? Why not visit the Doveridge Shotgun Academy website at Here you will be able to pre-book discounted clay shooting packages and find further information about the competition rules.

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