Secondary School Competitions

Club members of secondary school age take part in a number of competitions through the year. If you are interested in being in one of the teams please get in touch with one of the team captains.

 

  • A national competition for secondary school shooters, started by the Brooklyn Club in 2011.
  • Shooters compete as graded individuals and in open teams of five with the best four scores counting in each round.  No limit to number of teams schools may enter.  Each shooter can compete in only one team.
  • Competition comprises four rounds.
  • Badges awarded to top three individuals in each grade, as well as top three teams.
  • Cost of entry is $10 per shooter.  Targets shot at home range.

  • Open to every secondary school in New Zealand.  Approximately 600 students take part in this annual competition.
  • Teams comprise three shooters.  Schools can enter as many teams as they wish.  Each shooter may compete in only one team.
  • Shooters can shoot using either a rest or a sling.  Each shooter is required to shoot 2 x 10-shot targets prior to 31 August 2015.
  • Cost of entry is $20 per team.  Targets shot at home range.
  • Book vouchers will be awarded to the school of the top boys, girls, mixed and rest grade teams, to each member of the top teams, to the top three individual girls and the top three individual boys (using sling only), and to the top girl and boy overall.  All individual shooters who complete the competition will receive TSNZ certificates.
  • For more information on the 2015 competition click here.
  • Round 1: Sunday 9 August, 2 pm, Keene Range, Petone.  Round 2: Sunday 23 August, 2 pm, Royal Tiger Range, Newtown.
  • Teams consist of a minimum of four and a maximum of six shooters (best four scores to count for the school team total).
  • Shooting using rests is not permitted.
  • All team members shoot 1 x 10-shot target in each round.
  • Trophies will be presented at the conclusion of Round 2.
  • The top 12 shooters from Wellington schools will form a Wellington secondary schools team to shoot in a ‘hexangular’ match against Christchurch, Marlborough, Waikato, Manawatu and Hutt Valley on Sunday 30 August, 2 pm, Royal Tiger Range, Newtown.  This will be a 2 x 10-shot match.
  • An annual event held alternately in Blenheim, Palmerston North, Christchurch and Wellington.
  • The 2015 match will be held in Wellington on Saturday/Sunday 26/27 September.
  • All secondary schools may enter one team of three shooters.  Cost of entry is $20 per team.
  • Closing date for entries is 31 August.  Team names are to be supplied with the entry form.
  • Shooting using rests is not permitted.  All team members shoot 2 x 10-shot targets.
  • Medals are presented to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd individual shooters, and to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams.  A framed certificate will be awarded to the winning school and all participants will receive certificates.
  • The top 12 shooters from each island in the inter-secondary school match form North and South Island teams.
  • All team members shoot 2 x 10-shot targets.
  • Certificates and medals will be awarded to all members of the winning team.
  • The New Zealand secondary schools team is selected from the top 12 scores overall from the aggregate of the inter-secondary school match and the inter-island secondary schools match.
  • All team members will shoot 2 x 10-shot UK targets against Great Britain.
  • Certificates and medals will be awarded to all members of the team, along with a British pennant.
  • There will be a plate match (2 x 10-shot UK targets) for those not selected for the New Zealand team.