Automatic Ball Trap

Welcome to the Automatic Ball Trap England Team page. Everything you need to know about representing England in the Automatic Ball Trap discipline can be found here.

Paul Chapman is the Automatic Ball Trap Team Manager. He can be contacted by email here, or telephone on 07753 748397.

2018 Fixtures

Event Date Host Country Venue
England Team Selection Shoot 28 - 29 April England Brook Bank
English Open England Team Selection Shoot 19 - 20 May England Bywell SG
England Team Selection Shoot 23 - 24 June England NCSC
England Team Selection Shoot 7 - 8 July England Beverley
Home International 31 Aug - 1 Sep  Wales South Wales 2000

 

Shooting for England

Anybody can shoot for England. Below is the process used to decide selection for the England team in Automatic Ball Trap for Home International team matches only (under the jurisdiction of the ICTSC). If you wish to be considered for England Team selection, please complete the relevant form.

Home International Team Size: 12 Seniors, 3 Ladies, 3 Juniors, 3 Veterans, 3 Super-Veterans

  • Complete application form with their lowest point scores from the selection shoots indicated on the forms. Points are calculated from the High Gun of the event; with one point being incurred for every target less than the winning score overall,
  • Selection will be decided based upon the amount of points scored.

Please note that team sizes and selection procedures may vary for international competitions outside the jurisdiction of the ICTSC. Members will be notified of  relevant selection procedures with forms which will be made available on the CPSA website.

 

2018 Automatic Ball Trap Team Selection Forms

Please complete the on-line forms by clicking on the correct link below. Once your form has been submitted successfully you will receive a confirmation e-mail.

Event Apply online Association Invite
Home International Click here for Selection Form Click here for Invite

 

CATEGORY AGES
Home International Events (ICTSC)

  • A Junior is under the age of 21 on the 1st January in the year of competition.
  • A Veteran is 55 or over on the 1st January in the year of competition. A Super Veteran is 65 or over on the 1st January in the year of the competition.

ENGLAND TEAM CAPTAINCY

  • The Team Captain will be the member with the most number of appearances (caps) in the specific event’s team, irrespective of category (except in the case of DTL as below). If any team member has already been Captain at any time in the past, their appearances will be counted from the year following their last captaincy.
  • In the event of two or more members having the same number of caps, the member with the earliest first team appearance will become Captain. If there is still a tie, the lowest ORIGINAL CPSA number will determine the captaincy for that year. At a team’s inception, the member with the lowest qualifying total points score will take the captaincy, if there is a tie, the lowest ORIGINAL CPSA number will determine the captaincy for that year.