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

On the day, the Clubman Championship will be made up of a 75-bird English Sporting competition with exciting shoot-offs for the highest scoring individuals and 4-man teams.

There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs, with this year?s Clubman Champion taking away a Caesar Guerini Challenger 12-bore 32 Sporter, worth a staggering £2,495 and the winning 4-man team receiving an amazing prize package including a PROMATIC Harrier automatic clay trap, a £300 cash prize and training for one member upto CPSA safety officer level, as well as a fantastic Fabarm XLR5 Composite Semi-auto worth £1089 and Musto clothing worth over £1000.

Like last year?s championship, this year?s format also includes the highest scoring Senior, Lady, Junior and Veteran after 75 targets (from both days) who will not only receive thousands of Lyalvale Express cartridges, they will also shoot 25 birds in a head-to-head competition on the Sunday on the Main Final?s Range for a stunning £1450 Fabarm Elos C12 30? Sporter, donated by Anglo Italian Arms, plus a £250 cash prize donated by the CPSA.

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.

The Clubman Championship will be held at the Midland Game Fair over 15th and 16th September.

For more information about the championship and getting involved, you can visit