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All members should familiarise themselves with the rules and regulations which apply to Ireland Team members.

Any queries regarding Leaderboards should be sent to statistical@ictsa.ie

To qualify for a team place in 2020, ALL team members will be required to provide proof of the necessary permit for each event. When completing the team acceptance form you will be required to show a copy of your firearms permit for the country you are attending.

NO PERMIT, NO TEAM PLACE.

CPSA/NSCA World English Sporting, 8th to 14th of June 2020: EJ Churchill, High Wycombe, England.

Team’s will consist of the following.

SENIORS one team of five seniors,
LADIES one team of three ladies,
JUNIORS one team of three juniors (under 21 years of age*)
VETERANS one team of three veterans (over 55 and under 65 years of age*)
SUPER VETERANS one team of three super veterans (over 65 years of age*)
*on the 01/01/2020


Qualification for All Teams:

Three lowest point scores. Points are calculated from the High Gun of the event, with one point being incurred for every target less than the overall winning score from the following qualifying events only:

2nd or 3rd of February - Oriel CTG

7th or 8th of March - Ballivor Clay Target Shooting Club

15th, 16th or 17th of March - Courtlough Shooting Grounds

5th of April - Lazy Dog

19th of April - Bray CPC


The points achieved at the 17th March shoot will be used to decide any ties for last place(s). Should a tie still exist, the lowest points achieved on the 19th of April shoot will decide the place.


The Sporting Task Group will adjudicate on any ambiguity with regard to an events qualification status in relation to club/venue/combination, etc.

 

English Sporting Home Countries International Tournament: Scotland, 12th of September 2020.

The post-Tournament Banquet will be held at TBC on Saturday 12th September 2020

Qualification for All Teams:

Four lowest point scores from SIX ICTSA Selection Shoots 2020

23rd of February - NSG Esker

26th of April - TBC

10th of May - NSG Esker

24th of May - Mill Hill CPSC

7th of June - Mac’s Valley

21st of June - Carrick Glen

 

Points are calculated from the High Gun of the event, with one point being incurred for every target less than the overall winning score.

One lowest point score from an non ICTSA event can count.

Selection will be decided based upon the amount of points scored.
No more than two results to count from any club or venue or unique combination of same.


The points achieved at the 24th of May shoot will be used to decide any ties for last place(s). Should a tie still exist, the lowest points achieved at the 21th June will decide the place.


The Sporting Task Group will adjudicate and have final say on any ambiguity with regard to an events qualification status in relation to club/venue/combination, etc.