The annual CPSA averages have been released and there are some familiar names topping the lists.
Matt Coward-Holley won Juniors and the open category in DTL with 98.9 per cent, but Double Trap shooters also fell victim to him. Ed Ling was another person who topped the tables in multiple disciplines – ABT and UT – but he was narrowly beaten by Ian Peel in Olympic Trap.
Nick Marsden just shot the 1,000 targets to qualify for the top 20 in English Skeet and hit 986 of them to finish 0.1 per cent ahead of Bill Moussalli and Allen Warren. And Joy Hirons dominated the Ladies category.
Paul Foster won Sportrap and Neil Midgley topped All Round. Rory Warlow beat Richard Brickell in Olympic Skeet and Phill Gray won FITASC Sporting.
You can read the full top 20 for the domestic disciplines in the next issue of Clay Shooting.