The 2020 ACTA National TRAP Championships to be held from the 23rd to 29th January 2020* are now open for pre-nomination.

Please click here to nominate online, or click here for more event info.

*Pre-National events commence Saturday 21st March 2020.

The live link for the live finals streaming (starting Tuesday at 2.45pm) of the ISSF National events is:

The first live stream will be the Commonwealth ISSF Skeet finals for Men at 14.45 Tuesday the 14th January followed by the womens at 15.45.

Wednesday the 15th January will be The Commonwealth Womens Trap Final at 15.45 and the Mens at 16.45.

Thursday the 16th January will be the finals of the National ISSF Skeet Mens at 14.45 and Womens at 15.45.

Saturday the 18th is the finals of the National ISSF Trap Womens at 15.45 and mens at 16.45

THE 14th ICTSF WORLD DOWN THE LINE CHAMPIONSHIP 8th July to the 11th July 2020, together with The Sponsored DTL, Dougall Memorial & English Open Championships on 5th, 6th, 7th July at Bywell Shooting Ground, Northumberland.

  For more information, please download the personal invitation from The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association by clicking here

The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association wishes to extend a very cordial invitation to participate in the forthcoming 14th ICTSF World Down The Line Championship hosted by Bywell Shooting Ground.

The event will consist of 250 targets shot over three days with the top 50 shooters plus ties at the end of the third day shooting a 50-target final to determine who will become the World Champion. The entry fee for individuals is £200 per person. There will also be three 100 bird DTL championships (Sponsored, Dougall Memorial and English Open DTL) prior to the main event on 5th, 6th and 7th July 2020. For full details please visit our website

Entries open on 2nd December on our website via


It is with great pleasure that the Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA) Management Sub-Committee can now announce the official appointment of Mr. Paul Gilbert to the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the ACTA. This appointment was finalised following the signing of an employment contract today.    

Mr. Gilbert was one of the shortlisted applicants interviewed previously when the position was advertised last September.    

Mr. Gilbert has 25 years of sport administration experience in various roles as either General Manager or Chief Executive Officer.  This included 9 years as the CEO of the Australian National University Sports and Recreation Association, managing a large membership and numerous facilities. He is also a former Australian champion and International representative in mid-distance running.

The ACTA welcomes Paul to the position which will take effect on the 5th August and looks forward to a bright future for the Association with his input and guidance.

Congratulations to the Open Australian Team members who placed second in the 5th ICTSF World English Sporting Championships in Ireland. Team members were Chris Brown, Blake Nankervis, Nicholas Guerra, Robert Hall and Mathew Wilesmith. Mathew was the youngest on the team and also took out second place in the juniors, well done.

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