Glenn Trophy Selection Criteria

This is an annual Skeet event between Australia and New Zealand. It is conducted at each Skeet Nationals of both countries on alternate years. Odd years it is conducted in New Zealand and even years in Australia. It is a 50 target team event made up of five members from each country.

The current selection criteria for the Australian team to shoot in New Zealand in odd years is the top five scores of the Handicap, Commonwealth Skeet and National 12 Gauge events (250 targets in total). This team will be chosen at the Skeet Nationals to attend the New Zealand Skeet Nationals in November that year.

The current selection criteria for the Australian team to shoot at home in even years is the top five scores of the National 12 Gauge (100 targets in total). This will be shot on or the following day at the Skeet Nationals.

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2017 Glenn Trohpy Team to be chosen at the Skeet Nationals May 2017

 

2016 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia, with Australia successfully winning the trophy

Australia 245 and New Zealand 242

Leigh Roberts

Craig O'Neill

Eddy Elder

Glenn Clarke

Paul Johnston

 

2015 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand, with Australia successfully winning the trophy

Australia 241 and New Zealand 238

Antony Ballarino

Nigel Hughes

Paul Johnston

David O'Sullivan

Glenn Walker

 

2014 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia, with Australia successfully winning the trophy:
Australia 245 and New Zealand 240

Michael Buttigieg    
Sam Arcuri            
Lorraine Hughes     
Thomas Rhue        
Robert Elder          

2013 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand and Australia succeeded to bring home the trophy once again:
Australia 247 and New Zealand 245
Glenn Trophy Team 3
Adrian Cousens, Glenn Clarke, Lorraine Hughes, Ben Garraway, David O'Sullivan

2012 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 246 to New Zealand 241:
Nick Aird
Shane O'Brien
Craig O'Neill
Leigh Roberts
Dwayne Taylor

2011 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand and Australia succeeded to bring home the trophy:
Australia 243 and New Zealand 241

Glenn Trophy Team 2011

Shane Bennett, Leigh Roberts, Len Edwards, David O'Sullivan, Steve Vaccaro


2010 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 243 to Australia 238
Laurie Chelely

Glenn Clarke
Leigh Roberts
Corey Rutter
Peter Vella

 

2009 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 245 to New Zealand 238.
Benn Baker
Mal Briggs
Nigel Hughes
Brendan Pearson
Glenn Walker

 

2008 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 244 to Australia 232.

2007 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

2006 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

2005 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning on 244.

2004 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

2003 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 248 to Australia 242.

2002 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia

 2001 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 248.

2000 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

1999 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with both teams having a tie.

1998 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

1997 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 246.

1996 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

1995 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 246.

1994 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

1993 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

1992 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

1991 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

1990 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

1989 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

1988 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie.

1987 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

1986 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie.

1985 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

1984 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

1983 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

1982 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning.

 1981 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

 1980 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1979 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

 1978 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1977 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

1976 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1975 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

 1974 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1973 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

 1972 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie.

 1971 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

 1970 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1969 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

 1968 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning.

 1967 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

 1966 Glenn Trophy Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

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