George Digweed

Digweed hosts rugby fundraiser

George Digweed MBE and EJ Churchill are hosting a fundraising clay shoot on 26 May 2020 to help Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby get to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The shoot returns to West Wycombe Park for the second consecutive

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Editor’s report from British Open

Richard Faulds caps off a fantastic summer as last year’s champion beat stiff opposition to retain his crown at High Lodge. James Marchington reports. ichard Faulds retained his British Open English Sporting Champion title at High Lodge on 1 September,

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EJ Churchill launch George Digweed Academy

How anyone can learn the technique that enabled George Digweed MBE to win 26 world titles and over 150 international titles? EJ Churchill Shooting Ground in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, has launched the George Digweed Academy. George worked with the ground’s

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SPONSORED: Grand Prix Prowess

Now a regular fixture on the calendar, the Perazzi Grand Prix continues to provide tough-as-nails targets for the technical shooter. Don Brunt was there to see who rose to the challenge. Few places give as warm a welcome as Mid

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Guy Franklin Wins CPSA Champion of Champions at the Game Fair

The stage was set at this year’s Game Fair at Hatfield House on 27th July, as Guy Franklin won the CPSA Champion of Champions title after defeating defending champion Billy Baughan. He won the prestigious title at the annual clay-target

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Picture perfect

Lloyd Pattison meets Phil Pilla, the man behind shooting’s most coveted eyewear, and gets a look at his company’s gamechanging new lines Pilla eyewear is certainly an extravagance, and as such is viewed by some in the shooting fraternity as

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Get ready for The Game Fair

The long-running countryside event is back, and better than ever. Here’s what to look forward to. Clay shooters will have an opportunity to buy the hottest new kit, get advice from experts and watch the best of the best compete

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A quick Clay Shooting Classic round-up

Click here to view the final standings for the Clay Shooting Classic. In a fitting climax to a week of tricky targets and great shooting, Richard Faulds stormed through in the final minutes to win the 2019 Clay Shooting Classic.

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Clay Shooting Magazine issue 134 is out now!

Clay Shooting is packed with awards coverage this month, including George Digweed’s lifetime achievement award at the Great British Shooting Awards and an interview with Richard Bunning, winner of Clay Shooter of the Year at the CPSA Annual Awards following

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Stop motion with Jason Doyle

The indefatigable Jason Doyle sees improvement as he continues to strive for that elusive AA Class status, and learns the virtues of holding still. This month started with a fantastic 100-bird Sporting run by Mac’s Valley Gun Club. It was

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