Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Clubman is one of the longest-running championships and will again be held at the fantastic Midland Game Fair at Weston Park.

The Clubman continues to recognise and reward unclassified club shooters and those who have never gone higher than ‘B’ Class in any CPSA shooting discipline.

You do not need to be a CPSA or BASC member to enter.

WHO CAN ENTER?

CLUBS

Entrants can be nominated by their club in the relevant individual categories, i.e. Senior, Veteran, Ladies or Junior (non CPSA members or all must be ‘B’ class and below).

The club can then enter those entrants also into the four-man or two-man team events.

Now is the time to start practicing to find your top-scoring individuals for your team. Clubs may of course enter more than one team.

INDIVIDUALS

Entrants who are not members of a club or the CPSA, can enter into the four individual categories, i.e. Senior, Veteran, Ladies or Junior (non CPSA members or all ‘B’ class and below), as well as the two-man teams.

ON THE DAY

Designed by the award-winning team from the Doveridge Shotgun Academy, this year’s Clubman 30 Championship will be a 75-bird English Sporting competition.

There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs and the overall Clubman 30 Champion will win the fantastic Caesar Guerini Challenger 12 Gauge 32 Sporter worth £2,495.

Plus, the Junior Champion can look forward to spending a day with The Great Britain Shooting Team on one of the team training days!

Fibre wad cartridges ONLY.

THE SHOOT-OFF

INDIVIDUALS

Like last year, the highest scoring Senior, Veteran, Lady and Junior after 75 targets (from both days) will not only receive Lylevale Express cartridges, they will also then shoot 25 birds in a head-to-head competition on Sunday on the main Final’s Range for a stunning £1450 Fabarm Elos C12 30” Gauge Sporter donated by Anglo Italian Arms, plus a £250 cash prize donated by the CPSA.

Previous Qualification scores will NOT be carried forward and the winner is the highest score out of the 25 targets.

4-MAN TEAMS

The two highest scoring 4-man teams (from both days) will also go into a shoot-off on the Final’s Range.

Previous qualification scores WILL be carried forward and added to the scores from the final shoot-off.

The winning four-man team will be the one with the highest score our of the 400 targets and will receive some fantastic prizes, a Pro-matic Harrier automatic clay trap, a £300 cash prize and training for one member to CPSA safety officer, as well as a fantastic Fabarm XLR5 Composite semi-auto worth £1089 and Musto clothing worth over £1000 for the winning team.

ENTRY ELIGIBILITY

The Clubman is open to those shooters who have:

• Never been placed first in the class they are entered in within the last 5 Years (pre-2007).

• Never attained a CPSA classification higher than ‘B’ in ANY discipline before September 15, 2012 for the Clubman and two-man team events.

• Never represented their country in clay pigeon shooting.

• Juniors must be below the age of 18 and Veterans must be 60 years or over on September 15, 2012.

ENTRY RULES

The event will be run under CPSA rules. In addition:

• All shooters must use Fibre Wad cartridges ONLY. These will be on sale at a special discounted rate on the day.

Any person found shooting Plastic Wad cartridges will be disqualified from the competition and fined.

• Shooting glasses and ear protection must be worn.

• The Shoot-Off CPSA Sporting Rules will be used in the event of a tie for first place in any class.

• Winners of cartridges MUST collect their prizes at the event on the September 16, 2012. Anyone who has not collected their prize by 5pm on Sunday will loose their right to claim.

• If any Senior, Lady, Junior or Veteran is not available on the September 16, 2012 for the Shoot-Off, the person will be declared as absent and their score will be zero.

• Shotgun Certificates MUST be presented on the day to receive prize guns and/or cartridges.

• A club may enter more than one team, however, no individual shooter may be part of more than one team.

CLUB SHOOTERS

Entrants can be nominated by their club in the relevant individual categories, i.e. Senior, Veteran, Ladies or Junior (Non CPSA members or all ‘B’ class and below).

The club can then enter those entrants also into the four-man or two-man team events.

INDIVIDUAL SHOOTERS

Entrants who are not members of a club or the CPSA, can enter into the four individual categories, i.e. Senior, Veteran, Ladies or Junior (Non CPSA members or all ‘B’ class and below), as well as the two-man teams.

With an amazing prize fund, this year’s Clubman 30 Competition will be another exciting, not-to-be-missed clay shooting competition. Don’t forget to enter before 31 August to also receive your free entry ticket to the Midland Game Fair.

Anyone, who qualifies on Saturday for the Sunday shoot-off will also receive an entry ticket for Sunday.

If you have any questions, please contact the Clubman Secretary:

Regina Tumbridge-Harringer

Tel: 020 314 84313.

Email: regina_tumbridge-harringer@ipcmedia.com

THE PRIZES

CLUBMAN CHAMPION

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: Caesar Guerini Challenger 12 Gauge 32 Sporter worth £2495, plus 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges.

SENIOR CHAMPION

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges, plus a Shoot-Off with the Ladies, Junior and Veteran Champion for a chance to win a Fabarm Elos C12 30” Gauge Sporter worth £1450, plus a £250 cash prize.

• 2nd Senior – 600 Cartridges

• 3rd Senior – 400 Cartridges

• 4th Senior – 250 Cartridges

LADIES CHAMPION

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges, plus a Shoot-Off with the Senior, Junior and Veteran Champion for a chance to win a Fabarm Elos C12 30” Gauge Sporter worth £1450, plus a £250 cash prize.

• 2nd Lady – 600 Cartridges

• 3rd Lady – 400 Cartridges

• 4th Lady – 250 Cartridges

JUNIOR CHAMPION

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges, plus a Shoot-Off with the Senior, Ladies and Veteran Champion for a chance to win a Fabarm Elos C12 30” Gauge Sporter worth £1450, plus a £250 cash prize.

The lucky winner will also spend a day with The Great Britain Shooting Team on one of their team training days and gain valuable insight into the Olympic events – includes four rounds of targets and cartridges.

• 2nd Junior – 600 Cartridges

• 3rd Junior – 400 Cartridges

• 4th Junior – 250 Cartridges

VETERAN CHAMPION

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges, plus a Shoot-Off with the Senior, Ladies and Junior Champion for a chance to win a Fabarm Elos C12 30” Gauge Sporter worth £1450, plus a £250 cash prize.

• 2nd Veteran – 600 Cartridges

• 3rd Veteran – 400 Cartridges

• 4th Veteran – 250 Cartridges

WINNER of the Shoot-Off between the highest scoring Senior, Ladies, Junior and Veteran Champions will win a Fabarm Elos C12 30”Gauge Sporting worth £1470, plus a £250 cash prize.

WINNING FOUR-MAN TEAM

Winning Four-Man Team (Open to teams consisting of two Seniors, a Veteran and either a Lady or a Junior – all ‘B’ Class and below).

Shoot-off between two highest scoring teams from the qualification rounds on both days will determine the winner.

• Winner: PROMATIC Harrier automatic clay trap, a £300 cash prize and training for one member to CPSA safety officer, as well as a fantastic Fabarm XLR5 Composite Semi auto worth £1089 and Musto clothing worth over £1000 for each member of the winning team.

• 2nd Four-Man Team – 1000 Lylevale Express Cartridges

WINNING TWO-MAN TEAM

(Open to ‘B’ Class and below)

• Winner: PROMATIC Superhawk Automatic Clay Trap.

You will also be able to try out the full-range of Caesar Guerini and Fabarm guns at the event – all for free!

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