English Skeet

English Skeet (ESK) 

Welcome to the English Skeet Team page.  Everything you need to know about representing England in this discipline can be found here.

Skeet is a word of Scandinavian origin, though the original discipline originated in America.  An English Skeet (ESK) layout has two traps situated in a high house to the left and a low house to the right, about 40 metres apart, which throw the targets across the layout.  There are seven stands which the shooter completes from left to right.  A sequence is used, where the targets are thrown either as singles, or as pairs where the high and low target are thrown simultaneously.  For more information please click here

Shooting for England

To be eligible to represent any England Clay Target Shooting Team please see England Team Handbook.  England Team Handbook

Please note that if a shooter has already represented another Country/Team in any discipline:

He/she must have been officially resident in the country he/she wishes to represent for a minimum continual period of one year.

A minimum period of two calendar years would have to elapse in which the member has not shot for any country.

Please read the England Team Handbook for England Team full eligibility rules, link above.


The English Skeet (ESK) Home international Team Size:

  • 10 Seniors
  • 3 Ladies
  • 3 Juniors (under 21 on 01/01/2024)
  • 3 Veterans (55 or over on 01/01/2024)
  • 3 Super Veterans (65 or over on 01/01/2024)

Category Ages Home International Events (ICTSC)

Junior:                       A Junior is under the age of 21 on the 1st January in the year of competition

Veteran:                   A Veteran is 55 or over on the 1st January in the year of competition

Super Veteran:       A Super Veteran is 65 or over on the 1st January in the year of competition

Team Manager Information

The Team Manager for ESK is:  Julia Havill contactable via e-mail juliahavill@icloud.com or telephone 07904 288520

England Team Captaincy

  • The Team Captain will be the member with the most number of appearances (cpsa) in the specific event’s team, irrespective of category.  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.

Shooting for England

To be eligible to represent any England Clay Target Shooting Team please see England Team Handbook.  England Team Handbook

Below is the process used to decide selection for the England ESK Team for Home International Team matches only (under the jurisdiction of the ICTSC).   

There are 2 selection shoots in April 2024 and June 2024.  Where these shoots are held is determined by a rota with one being held in the North and one being held in the South.

To attend an ESK selection shoot, the shooter must submit 5 best scores from 3 different grounds for the period 1st July 2023 - 29th February 2024.  Scores can be used from ANY registered shoot.

The deadline for submitting these scores is Midnight on 29th February 2024

From these scores the top 60 Seniors, 15 Ladies, 15 Juniors, 15 Veterans and 15 Super-veterans are invited to attend the selection shoots, of which they must attend both as it is all scores to count.

At the end of the 2nd Selection shoot, scores are submitted and points calculated from High Gun.  Those with the lowest points will go through to the team.

The category in which you are invited to attend these Selection Shoots may not necessarily be the category in which you are selected for the Team.  The England Team is decided upon to produce the strongest Team.


2024 ESK Selection Dates

      Book Squads Results Points
1st England Selection Shoot 20-21 April 2024 EYSG CPSA      
2nd England Selection Shoot 22-23 June 2024 Eriswell CPSA      


The Host country for the 2024 ESK Home International is Wales.  Confirmed date and ground to follow.




Please Note:  The CPSA reserve the right to change this selection process as necessary due to government restrictions or exceptional circumstances.









2023 ESK Selection Dates

      Book  Squads  Results  Points
1st England Selection Shoot 1-2 April 2023 Dartford CPSA  Click Here  Click Here  Click Here
2nd England SelectionShoot 17-18 June 2023 Nottingham & District    CPSA   Click Here  Click Here Click Here
Home International 1-2 September 2023   Lecq Clay Target Club, Jersey  

The post-tournament banquet will be held on Saturday 2nd September 2023 at:                                                             The Royal Yacht Hotel, Weighbridge Place, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3NF.  T: 01534 720511


2023 England ESK Team  2023 ESK England Team


Congratulations to the ESK England Team competing in the ESK HCIT in Jersey 1-2 September 2023   Full Results    HG Results   SENIORS  JUNIORS  LADIES  SUPER VETERANS    VETERANS

FIREARMS PERMIT:  As the 2023 HCIT is being held in Jersey a 'Temporary Firearms Permit' is required to enter Jersey with a firearm. 

Please apply for this permit via this link:  States of Jersey Police - Temporary Firearms Permit

Border Force paperwork also needs to be completed when visiting Jersey, please use this link:  /files/download/1614/Condor-ferries-firearm-declaration-form.pdf 

Condor Ferries Firearm / Restricted weapons Declaration - What you must do

The Border Force paperwork MUST be completed at least 48 hours before you travel when travelling with any Firearms or Restricted weapons; This includes but is not limited to Firearms and/or Ammunition, Swords, Knives or Blades (including Chef’s Knives).

Please attach copies of: UK and/or European Firearm Certificates, Authorisation from Prefecture to carry firearms, any Official invitation to an Organised Hunt or Competition, a current valid Firearm, Shotgun, or Registered Firearms Dealer’s (RFD) certificate. These should be available for inspection by either the booking in staff or port security personnel.

Please ensure that you check all the legalities referring to the transportation of arms/ammunition because the laws in  Jersey might differ to those in the UK.

Please check our restrictions on what you can carry - https://www.condorferries.co.uk/help-info/faq/onboard-disabled-facilities-faqs/onboard-condor-ferries/can-i-take-my-shotgun-rifle-or-weapon-with-me

Who do you need to send your documents to?  You should send this Firearms Declaration document and any attachments to Firearmsdeclaration@condorferries.co.uk           


Please note that plastic wad cartridges are NOT used on Jersey, due to Island restrictions ONLY FIBRE CARTRIDGES can be used.

Safe storage of guns will be provided at the range.  Please contact Kathy- email kathyhanby2802@gmail.com or Jack mobile 07797725477 with travel details as guns should go straight to the range.


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