Mrs Valmai Matulla
Home- 01286 660049
Mobile - 07766767205
Company Number: 04345492
OT Welsh Selection Shoots 2018 updated
2018 Welsh Selection Shoot dates for DTL & NSK posted on International pages (dates for other disciplines to be posted as they come in)
Talent Identification Day
@ Griffin Lloyd see news page for further details
Ben LLewellin's latest Medal Haul see news page for the stories
Welsh shooter success at CPSA events .Go to news page for details
DTL Team updated
ABT team updated
Sporting team updated
Osk updated teams
OT Team updated
Fitasc team updated
Please see change in OTR Welsh Selection Fixtures
osk Dates for 2017 on
International OSK page
SENIORS / V, SV,L,J
DTL 285 275
OSK 60 60
OT 80 70
NSK 92 90
SPORTING 80 75
FITASC 75 70
ABT 85 80
81st DTL HCIT Report & Results now available on the News page
The Welsh DTL Team Results of the 2015 DTL Home Countries International Tournament is now on the DTL International Team page
County reports for 2015 on County page & photographs, in gallery, added to the website as available. Updated 27/04/15.
The Firearms (variation of fees) order 2015, see link on the News page for more details.
Changes to ICTSC Home International Teams Numbers.
Click on button above for more details
British Shooting announce Shotgun World Cup Teams.
Congratulations to Elena and Sarah.
Please click on link for the full details.
At the recent meeting of the Board of the WCTSA held on 15h April 2015 it was agreed to update the International Team Wales polo shirt to include a new logo which is based on the Team Wales blazer badge.
These new quality, lightweight Team Wales polo shirts are now available in both male & female versions,
Internationals only, on the Sional website in their WCTSA International Products shop.
Existing stock of the original Team Wales polo shirts, some sizes still available, will be offered to International shooters only at a cost of £10 each plus £3.30 p/p and available directly from the General Secretary, email; email@example.com.
Castellani Welsh Team Internationals shooting vests are now available to be ordered through the WCTSA these are in addition to the Topgun cotton and mesh shooting vest range already offered by WCTSA. Internationals only.
Grant Management Changes – Sport Wales Grant Application Process from 26th October
the way to apply for a Sport Wales Community Chest and Development Grant will have to be made online via the Sport Wales Website.
Statement on a proposed ban on lead shot.
The board of the Welsh Clay Target Shooting Association have discussed and reviewd the suggested and possible ban on the inclusion of lead within shotgun cartridges and after careful consideration are unanimously and strongly opposed to any such ban.
They consider any such ban as without scientific basis, and believe any such ban will do untold damage to the sport of clay target shooting. Several of the clay shooting disciplines, particularly the international disciplines, would not be practical without lead inclusion in shot and would therefore be lost. Clay Target shooting is a sport which generates significant income for many businesses and communities, encourages participation in outdoor sport and through international competitions encourage good international relations.
Ian Jones, director WCTSA.
Congratulations to Ellis Jones on Winning the Dougal Tropy with a perfect scre of 100/300
On Sunday 28th May in the English Open Skeet Luke had put in a 97 equal with two other English Juniors . The shoot off took place between Luke and Callum Jones one of the English Juniors. Both shoot a 23 which resulted in a shoot off on pairs. The final score was 6-4 with Luke winning the English Open Junior title.This was the first time that a Welsh Junior has won the English Open Skeet Junior title which is a fabulous achievement as the final part of the shoot off was shot in torrential rain. It was a credit to watch both Luke and Callum shoot with discipline. Well Done.
Congratulations to John Kendal, Janine White and Lucy Pitt for shooting the European FITASC Sporting Championships this weekend
British Shooting Talent Hub
Talent Identification Day
25th November, 2017
at Griffin-Lloyd Shooting Ground
come and try the Olympic shotgun disciplines
for details email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Llewellin Wins Silver at the ISSF World Cup
the ISSF World Cup Final in New Delhi.
The young Skeet shooter from Wales performed phenomenally against the best Skeet shooters in the world to secure second spot after missing just one target out of 60.
However, the Gold medal went to Italy’s Riccardo Filippelli, who pipped the Welsh shooter to first place in a sudden death shoot-off.
It was an enthralling final in which all six shooters took each round really close, but Llewellin kept his cool under pressure and looked extremely composed throughout.
Speaking after the shoot-off, Ben said, "It feels great to win Silver, to be on that podium is what us athletes live for and to do it on the world stage at the World Cup Final feels amazing."
"To be a World Record holder feels a little surreal at the moment. But now my name is there in the record books and it feels awesome. It’s something I will be proud of for a long time!"
He added, ""Having battled it out with the best in the word I've now got huge confidence moving forward, but I was also full of confidence during the final, I didn’t feel like I could miss! To have it go down to the wire like with such massive scores is crazy so to be a part of that is huge experience."
It was only a few weeks ago that Llewellin won Gold at the British Shooting Grand Final, and the medal in New Delhi is a fantastic way to round off his season.
Following his success at Silver in Delhi
Looks like Ben won Gold in the CSF Australia… again equalling his world record of 59 ex 60 in the final
Jack Fairclough secured Silver in the Men’s Skeet during the second day of the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships in Australia.
Having shot a perfect 50 in the first two rounds of qualification on Monday, Jack continued in fine form, beating Australian Paul Adams in a shoot-off to progress to the final in first place.
However, Jack was no match for Welshman Ben Llewellin in the final. Ben has been shooting to a superb standard lately and followed up his joint World Record of 59 ex 60 last week at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi, by equalling it once again. Jack shot well, but had to settle for Silver, with Paul Adams taking Bronze.