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John Emmerson shooting for Cornwall in the 2017 Champion of Champions match at Bisley

John being presented with his Champion of Champions medal by Ken Nash

Terry Kurn after finishing 4th in the 2017 Bobs final at Bisley in very challenging conditions

Phil Hammond collecting his trophy after winning competition 6 in his class at Bisley

Congratulations to Tristan Hammond who’s fourth place in the X class aggregate at the 2017 Scottish meeting earnt him a well deserved place in the England Team. England won the match beating Scotland by three points)

The England Team photo with Tristan second from the right in the back row

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A selection of photos from the 2017 county dinner

Some of the members of Looe Club with Jane and Peter at their well attended coaching day held recently. L/R Stuart Williams, Jane Briggs CTSA coach, Nick Timperley, Gary Wills, George Withers Club Treasurer & Team Captain, Dave Soutcott, Pete Parker CTSA Coach and Pete Ivey
Others who attended the coaching day but not in the photo: Steve Powell, Emily Powell, Philip Sharp, Justin Spreckley and John Martin

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2017 Charlie finalists in class A.
L/R John Emmerson, Jacky Lawrence, Douglas Kernick, Sue Sutton, & Simon Thorogood,

2017 Charlie finalists in class B.
L/R Roger Thomas, Steph Lenney, Alec Gibbs, Jane Briggs, & Roger Pascoe
2017 Charlie finalists in class C. L/R Simon Thorogood, Mike Jones, Maggie Smith, Terry Kurn, & Les Sayers
2017 Charlie finalists in class D.
L/R Mike Jones, Christine Toon, Kara Wong, Di Renton, & Mike Schopman
2017 Individual Handicap Knockout finalists. L/R Simon Thorogood, Mike Jones, Maggie Smith, Terry Kurn, & Les Sayers

Veterans & Nearly Veterans finalists 2017 from L-R are Jacky Lawrence, Gren Matta, Nick Timperley & Linda Hammond. The CTSA Veterans & Nearly Veterans final was held at Helston Rifle Club on 15-01-17 for shooters over 50. They had to shoot five cards, 2 Deliberate, 2 Time Limit & 1 Skirmisher. The winner was Jacky Lawrence with a score of 393, 2nd Linda Hammond 389, 3rd Nick Tinperley 378 and 4th Gren Matta 378

Doggies & Moggies finalists 2017 from L-R are Miss K Wong, J Head, J Elliot, M Hurst & Miss N Baker. The CTSA Doggies & Moggies final held at Helston Rifle Club on 15-01-17 for shooters under 21. They had to shoot five cards, 2 Deliberate, 2 Time Limit & 1 Skirmisher. The winner was J Head with a score of 378, 2nd J Elliot 374, 3rd Miss K Wong 370, 4th M Hurst 363 and 5th Miss N Baker 314

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John Emmerson of Holman Rifle Club representing Cornwall in the 2016 Champion of Champions match at Bisley

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Not a bad 60 shot group at 50 meters John!

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Dave Couch of Bodmin Rifle Club winner of the British Championship Bobs competition for the second year running with an impressive score given the very testing conditions

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Dave Couch also won B class of the Bisley Championship Aggregate 2016

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Cornwall Juniors 2016 winners of the Chris Burrows Shield

Members of WCB at 2016 dinner

Eight members of the winning Western Counties Bowl team are presented with their medals at the 2016 county dinner by Phil Martin, NSRA Shooting Manager (second left)

Members of Helston Club, county winners of the Kynock competition 2015-16

Helston club, county winners of the Kynoch competition

Members of Helston Club winners of the Wilkinson Sword competition 2015-16

Helston were also winners of the Wilkinson Sword competition


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Bodmin shooters take aim during a

training day held at the range


Charlie Comp A class finalists 2016

1st Douglas Kerrnick Penzance/St.Ives 295 2nd Dave Couch Bodmin 293 3rd Jacky Lawrence Hayle 293 4th John Emmerson Holman’s 291 5th Jackie Hibbitt Helston 287
1st Douglas Kerrnick Penzance/St.Ives 295
2nd Dave Couch Bodmin 293
3rd Jacky Lawrence Hayle 293
4th John Emmerson Holman’s 291
5th Jackie Hibbitt Helston 287

Charlie Comp B class finalists 2016

Stuart Smith Penzance/St.Ives 288 3rd 1st Mandy Tanner Penzance/St.Ives 289 2nd Sue Sutton Truro 286 4th Roger Thomas Penzance/St.Ives 285 5th Pauline Major Liskeard 281
1st Mandy Tanner Penzance/St.Ives 289           2nd Stuart Smith Penzance/ St.Ives 288 
3rd Sue Sutton Truro 286
4th Roger Thomas Penzance/St.Ives 285
5th Pauline Major Liskeard 281

Charlie Comp C class finalists 2106

1st Jane Partridge Truro 291 2nd Goff Davis Truro 284 3rd John Harvey Bodmin 283 4th Jonathon Oldcorn Penzance/St.Ives 277 5th Phil Ralph Bodmin 271
1st Jane Partridge Truro 291
2nd Geoff Davis Truro 284
3rd John Harvey Bodmin 283
4th Jonathon Oldcorn Penzance/St.Ives 277
5th Phil Ralph Bodmin 271

Charlie Comp D class finalists 2016

1st Steven Williams Looe 286 2nd Adam Eustice Helston 276 3rd Donald Richards Liskeard 274 4th Morgan Hurst Helston 268 5th Di Renton Liskeard 261
1st Steven Williams Looe 286
2nd Adam Eustice Helston 276
3rd Donald Richards Liskeard 274
4th Morgan Hurst Helston 268
5th Di Renton Liskeard 261

Charlie Comp Junior finalists 2016

1St Rod Woolcock Truro 291 2nd Seth Lenney Truro 283 3rd Jonathon Oldcorn Penzance/St.Ives 277
1st Rod Woolcock Truro 291
2nd S Lenney Truro 283
3rd Jonathon Oldcorn Penzance/St.Ives 277

Individual Knockout finalists 2016

1st Roger Thomas Penzance/St.Ives 202.2 2nd Steve Lucas Truro 200.2 3rd Brian Wilton Bodmin 200.2 4th John Emmerson Holman’s 198.4 5th D. Taylor Truro 196.0 6th Simon Throgood Truro 195.2 7th John Hall Helston 195.0 8th Phil Ralph Bodmin 190.0
1st Roger Thomas Penzance/St.Ives 202.2
2nd Steve Lucas Truro 200.2
3rd Bru Wilton Bodmin 200.2
4th John Emmerson Holman’s 198.4
5th D. Taylor Truro 196.0
6th Simon Throgood Truro 195.2
7th John Hall Helston 195.0
8th Phil Ralph Bodmin 190.0

Doggies & Moggies finalists 2016

1st Joss Mortimer Helston 389 2nd Morgan Hurst Helston 341
1st Joss Mortimer Helston 389
2nd Morgan Hurst Helston 341

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Tristan Hammond in action at Bisley in

the Champion of Champions final 2015


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Dave Couch of Bodmin Rifle Club (right)

winner of the British Championship Bobs

competition in 2015 being presented with

his trophy by the NSRA CEO Iain Root