The Clay Shooting Handicap Classic had an exciting finale at Royal Berkshire Shooting School on Wednesday 6 May. Jamie Passant won two nerve-wracking shoot-offs to pick up a £500 cheque from Clay Shooting magazine as the highest-scoring individual from the qualifying round, and a Rolls Royce Silver Spirit in the 10-man Classic Spirit 20-bird Compak competition.
The other big prize of a Browning Heritage shotgun went to Dan Bishop for hitting the highest score on the day. His 78ex-100 combined with his RBSS handicap of 16 to finish on 94.
On the Promatic stand Ed Solomons’ score secured him a Super Hawk trap, and Chris Baker won the Stratstone off-roading day for hitting the top score using a side-by-side in qualifying.
Throughout the competition, the team of Andy Clifton, Jack Lovick, David Ferriman and Andy Buck were the highest scoring foursome with a combined score of 365 on 30 March in the CCI Challenge to win a bottle of Tattinger Champagne each, and the prize of the year-long Club Digweed pay-per-view membership went to 16-year-old Henry Young.
Each weekly winner took home Gamebore cartridges and cash.
Stay tuned for video footage of the event, and read a full report in the July issue of Clay Shooting.