Welcome to the WCTSA Homepage
The Welsh Clay Target Shooting Association Ltd is the Governing Body for Clay Target Shooting in Wales and represents the interests of all it’s Members at National and International level. Membership of the WCTSA Ltd offers a comprehensive insurance package for all members which gives third party liability insurance cover up to 10 million pounds when taking part in all shotgun sports including clay shooting, rough shooting, game shooting and wildfowling.
In essence the WCTSA offers a comprehensive package for all shooters including;
- To shoot at any WCTSA affiliated ground.
- To have your scores registered and managed for classification.
- To compete at all National Championships and selection shoots.
- Selection for your County or to shoot for Wales.
What is Clay Shooting?
Clay shooting is the popular and growing sport of shooting flying clay targets with a shotgun.
It’s safe, exciting, challenging and fun. Hitting the target requires skill, timing and hand-eye coordination, but there’s nothing quite like that feeling when you pull the trigger and see the target explode into a million pieces!
You can enjoy clay shooting at any level, from local club shoots all the way through to national and international competitions and the Olympics………
Chairman’s New Year Message
Chairman’s New Year Message. Just a quick note to update you all re some exciting changes within the board of the WCTSA. At the last Board Meeting held on November 27th, 2019, the Board appointed Nicola Walker as their new General Secretary. All the Board would like to extend their warm welcome… Read more »Read More
Wales FITASC Team Selection Shoots 2020Read More
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FITASC Home International 2019 Report
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Wales v British Army NSK
Sunday, January 12th 2020, saw the Wales NSK Team challenge the British Army Clay Shooting Team at SW2000, to the first competition between these two teams. For both teams, it was an opportunity to shoot at an extra Team event. The morning started with showers, but these soon abated-only the blustery wind remained throughout the… Read more »Read More