The Clay Pigeon Association (CPSA) is the National Governing body for Clay Target Shooting in England, supporting clay target shooting enthusiasts across the UK.

The Association promotes the highest standards of excellence in every aspect of the sport, and is open to all who want to learn, develop or use their skills to compete at every level, through to both Regional and National level competitions, as well as for the England Clay Shooting Team.

The CPSA Clayline is open at The Game Fair for clay shooting taster sessions, offering ten shots over two targets open to all (minimum age of 10) at the Fair. The stands are manned by CPSA qualified instructors and coaches and the cost is £12 for 10-15 year-olds, and £15 for those 16 plus. The CPSA will also have their membership stand on Gunmakers’ Row, open to all members and non-members for questions and support about the sport and to offer information about the benefits of joining the 22,0000-members strong Association.

The CPSA Champion of Champions At The Game Fair

The CPSA Champion of Champions clay shooting competition at The Game Fair invites top-shots from across England to compete for the title and takes place on Saturday. Each CPSA County Committee puts forward their County Champion to test themselves on The Game Fair sporting course. The top five scorers from all the County Champions are then invited for a spectacular shoot-off in the arena, to see who will be named The Champion of Champions. This is a thrilling event, drawing in the crowds to determine who is best of the best at the Fair.

The CPSA and The Game Fair Colts Challenge

The top twenty ranked under 16s English sporting clay-target shooters are invited by the CPSA to test their ability at The Game Fair. All twenty Young Shots will tackle The Game Fair sporting course, before the top five scorers are asked to display their skill on a Sportrap layout in the Shooting Arena on Sunday. This competition is always well attended, as the youngsters show their impressive shooting under pressure, and the tense battle ultimately crowns the top Colt scorer of this year’s Fair.

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