English Sporting

Will Fennes Shooting School get your NFSG vote?

Offering great shooting across 100 splendid acres of woodlands and fields, Fennes Shooting School is waiting for you to fall in love with it. If you love Fennes, why not vote for it in the 2020 Nation’s Favourite Shooting Ground?

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Richard Faulds tops 2019 Sporting averages

Richard Faulds is top of the tree in both English and Compak Sporting. He ranked No.1 in both disciplines in the CPSA’s list of top 20 shots for 2019, achieving an absolutely phenomenal 95.197% average in English Sporting with 2,418

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Introducing: Rhys Plum

Our new columnist, Rhys Plum, loves the variety and competitive atmosphere of English Sporting As the newest contributor to Clay Shooting magazine, let me introduce myself. I’m Rhys, and I am a 15-year-old clay shooter from Hertfordshire. My discipline of

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On the circuit

This month has seen Mike and Cheryl shoot Sporting, Compak and Fitasc around the country – picking up some silverware along the way First up this month for us was a double header, starting with Sporting Targets for their 100

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Clay Shooting news round-up

These are the latest stories from the clay shooting world that you might have missed. Ladies at Coley’s Hannah Gibson won the top prize at the first annual Ladies Open Sporting competition at Ian Coley. Hannah scored 89 ex-100, two

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Ben Cartwright mixes it up

Formerly an avowed Sporting shot, Ben Cartwright decides it’s time to discover what Trap and Skeet have to offer Skeet. It’s an odd word don’t you think? It appears to have its roots in the Old Norse word ‘Skjota’, meaning

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Looking back at the English Open

Don Brunt watches events unfold at the English Open, and sees shooter after shooter defeated by one of the trickiest Sporting stands ever seen. The 2019 English Open Sporting took place on 22-26 May at West Midlands Shooting Ground, Hodnet.

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Paul Simpson triumphant at the Clay Shooting Classic – final results

Paul Simpson stayed at the top of the leaderboard right from the start at Southdown Gun Club, and not even George Digweed, Guy Franklin or Mark Winser could catch him. Bob Clarke’s clever targets, particularly in the valley caught out

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Full competition calendar coming soon for 2017

The CPSA has released a draft of the 2017 clay shooting calendar

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World English goes American – Anthony Matarese Jr wins his first world championship

A spectacular end to the CPSA/NCSA World English Sporting Championships at EJ Churchill Shooting Ground

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