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………
WCTSA New COVID Update-March 18th
Welsh Sporting 1st Selection Shoot/Tony King Memorial
The cold winds didn’t deter shooters from attending the first sporting selection shoot of the season to compete for the Tony King Memorial Cup. There were over 140 entries at the event held by Mid Wales Shooting Ground. A diversity of challenging targets tested competitors’ skills, but it was no match for Martin Myers who… Read more »Read More
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North vs South Skeet Competition
Saturday, February 22nd saw the eagerly awaited North vs South Skeet competition, held at North Wales Shooting School. 37 shooters got ready to shoot over 3 layouts, on a bright, dry day and after an introduction by NWSS’s Jeff Challinor, the first squads went out at 9.30. After the first round, 6 maximum 25’s had… Read more »Read More
DTL HCIT 2020
The dates and venue are as follows: The HCIT will be on Friday the 17th of July and the British Open will be on Saturday the 18th of July. The event is taking place at Crossmore Shooting Ground, Kilmurry McMahon, Kilrush, Co. Clare.Read More