Selection Criteria

A minimum of three finalists will be nominated and they must be the shooters who accumulated the highest number of Hall of Fame points during the previous calendar year. If a tie exists for the finalists it may be broken by Grand Slam achievements. The winner shall be selected from these nominees by the Hall of Fame Committee in consultation with the ACTA Historian.

Hall of Fame Point System

World Championships National Championships State Championships Grand Slam Event
Winner Runner Up Winner Runner Up Winner Tiebreaker
50 points 20 points 20 points 10 points 10 points 2 points


For further clarification see Skeet Hall of Fame inductee criteria

Qualifying Championships - Skeet Section

World Championships – NSSA only.

National Championships – Australia, New Zealand and USA

State Championships - All Australian States and Territories but only those State events conducted at the State Skeet Carnival to be eligible for inclusion

Events - Handicap, Doubles, 12ga, 20ga, and High Gun.


General Requirements

Nominees must be bona fide Australian shooters.

Nominees must be ACTA members.

Adrian Cousens Medal winners receive a Plaque and a Medal from the ACTA.

Adrian Cousens or his representative will present the Medal.

Adrian Cousens Medal Recipients - this is awarded for the previous years achievements
2008     Leigh Roberts
2009     Gil Farish
2010     David Dundon
2011     Leigh Roberts
2012     Leigh Roberts
2013     David O'Sullivan
2014     Adrian Cousens
2015     Michael Buttigieg
2016     David O'Sullivan
2017     Leigh Roberts
2018    
Michael Buttigieg
2019    
Jack Stockdale

 

1 June 2016