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Skeet Nationals Russell Smart 2011-11-07 18:37
The Canterbury Clay Target Club will be open on Monday 21st. November from 10am till 4pm for Skeet Practice.
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SKEET NATIONALS Russell Smart 2009-11-06 12:37
The Canterbury CTC will be open on Monday the 23rd November for anyone who wants Skeet practise before the Nationals start on Tuesday. The hours will be 10am to 4pm.

Contact Russell on 021 892 512
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Skeet Nationals Brant Woodward 2007-10-18 06:25
Hi Rex. Great idea. I am a great believer that those that have great ideas are the best ones to run them as they have the passion to make it happen. If you can organise an event at your club or another appropriate one, then I for one would attend and bring other along as well, if it does not clash with any ISSF event. Cheers Brant
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Skeet Nationals Rex Smart 2007-09-26 20:04
I can't believe that Skeet shooters are happy in the knowledge that we have over 21 months between our National champs. I wonder what the DTL shooters would say if their Nationals were postponed for that period of time? Surely a January event should be held 'as an extra' rather than delete the event?
Is there a club out there who would stage a 'Nationals' type event in Jan/Feb with multi gauges included?
Cheers Rex
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Skeet Nationals Russell Smart 2007-01-10 21:13
The Canterbury club will be open for Skeet practise all day on Monday 22nd January. Ammunition will also be available.
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Skeet Nationals Brant Woodward 2006-01-30 09:39
Congratulations Merv Pratt on winning the Skeet National Title. Well done. Great to see someone who has been so committed to their game come thru and win. Awesome.
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Skeet Nationals Paul Johnston 2005-05-18 12:40
A few things i forgot to say at presentations, Many thanks to the Sponsors and the people who acquired them, thankyou to all who had a hand in the preparation and running of the shoot, superb job well done. Congratulations to Grant Taylor on his great shooting ( better luck next time ) and most of all thankyou to the kiwi's, you made all the Aussie's feel very welcome especially Trevor,Jan, Steve & Steve. Leonie and i enjoyed ourselves immensely. So until next year i'll say KEEP OUT OF THE WAY "SHEEP SHAGGERS" (thanks for the laughs Lindsay)

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Skeet Nationals Ricard Boenders 2005-05-17 20:58
Well,as expected another successfull event.Congratulations Canterbury and the NZCTA for running an excellent shoot and a "Big thankyou" to sponsors for superb prizes.
Great to see a big contingent of Aussie shooters that add spice to the competition.Looking forward to next years nationals and hopefully more to follow.
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Skeet Nationals GMJ 2005-05-03 19:03
You are a good man Russell!
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Skeet Nationals Russell Smart 2005-04-24 23:13
I will be running the Skeet practise trap all day on Mon. 9th May at Canterbury.
So any shooters arriving early into Christchurch can get as much practise as they want.
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Skeet Nationals KRL 2004-06-03 13:15
GJ - Well done everybody deserves a thankyou, however, you forgot to thank the national NZCTA administrators for their vision, courage, and determination to see the event a success from day 1.
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Skeet Nationals Thomo 2004-05-28 18:13
My CUP runith over. I must say THANKYOU to the Sponsors of the Skeet Nationals. Firstly KILWELL/WINCHESTER for the ammo and the fine fishing rod and reel. Reloaders Supplies for the CLEVER MIRAGE ammo, Barry McDonald & Graeme Webber for the ammo, CVR (Canterbury Voice Release)for the Juicer, Rick Stevens of BASCHIERI & PELLAGRI ammo. GUNN ESTATE WINES for 10 bottles, MERV & MARGERAT PRATT, it's a FANCY wine opener, MOST of all SPORTWAYS/BERETTA for the RC ammo & the beautiful cased BERETTA 682E GOLD Sporter. WHAT A MAGNIFICENT WEEK.
Eight events, 3 wins & 4 places.
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Skeet Nationals George Johnston 2004-05-26 18:00
I may be biased but I would like to thank all those shooters who competed at the Skeet Nationals and contributed to a raving success- so I am told!
Thankyou also to the Waitemata mafia Webber/Mcdonald/Viskovich for thinking of the 2 days of trophies which now must be an integral part of the format. Thankyou also to Adrienne Sears and Anne-Marie Praat who did a fantastic job in the office.ANY COMMENTS??
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Skeet Nationals George 2003-08-15 10:10
Ever heard of anything constructive emmanating from large Committees? No! And some people can't stand change. I applaud the Council decision re Skeet. At least this Council is thinking laterally and starting a trial which it hopes will be the better for Skeet & Trap. I think it will be a success. If it isn't we will all go back to the old way. I hope the majority out there are not all doom & gloom & are willing to accept a constructive trial.
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Skeet Nationals Graham Hunter 2003-07-05 04:53
I also must have missed the official remit on this topic,which gives club members a chance for discussion, and voting powers to be exercised at Council level- not that it makes too much difference, as in the past Council have been quite happy to go against remit opinion when it suits. One thing for sure, if the move to a separate Skeet Nationals proves a success we will hear who was behind the idea, and if the Skeet Nationals are contested by 4 squads we will not hear a jot. NZCTA members will of course get a chance to express their opinion-by voting with their feet.
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Skeet Nationals Stuart Doyle 2003-07-04 21:38
I can't understand how our council would even think of changing the format of the "Nationals" without consulting the clubs. They could have introduced the new event with a name like the "New Zealand Skeet Grand Prix" for instance and if it was successful then ask US!! if it can become the Skeet Nationals. Because the new idea has gone down like a lead ballon at our club,and none of the shooters i asked said they would be going to the new event.
I say to the council "leave the nationals alone trial the new event and see how it goes".

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