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2018 MLAGB National Clay Shoots
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Ladies & Gents,
The events below are the 2018 MLAGB National Clay Shooting Competitions. Full details in Black Powder magazine.


2018 National Muzzle Loading Clay Shoots
North of England Muzzle Loading Championships, Greystone Wood Shooting Ground, Weston Moor, Otley, Yorkshire.                 -           Saturday 21st April 2018
National Muzzle Loading Clay Pigeon Championships, Yeaveley Shooting School, Yeaveley, Derbyshire.                                      -           Saturday 26th May 2018
Scottish Muzzle Loading Championships, Scottish Clay Shooting Centre, Leuchars, Fife.                                                            -           Saturday 16th June 2018
Hornsey Wood Pigeon Match (Helice), Rugby & District Trap Club, Crick, Warwickshire.                                                            -           Saturday 14th July 2018
DTL National Flintlock Championship, Northampton Shooting Grounds, Sywell. Northants.                                                         -           Saturday 28th July 2018
DTL National Percussion Championship, Northampton Gun Club, Sywell. Northants.                                                                 -           Saturday 4th August 2018
Autumn National Sporting Championships, Cheltenham and District Gun Club, Stoke Orchard, Gloucestershire.                 -    Saturday 15th September 2018          
National Muzzle Loading Skeet Shoot, Eriswell Lodge Shooting Ground, Lakenheath, Suffolk.                                                     -     Sunday 30th September 2018

Look forward to meeting up with you during the year.
Martin Crix - MLAGB Shotgun Secretary
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Thank you Martin for the info . Pity that the MLAGB cannot organize another couple of Nationals up north say one in Northumberland and one in Cumbria or just over the border
Feltwad
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It seems like a reasonable spread of events to me, most people are within an hour or so's travel of at least one event and seeing how much effort and work it is to put on competitions it seems like a good amount, i hope to make one or two.
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(12-02-2018, 11:04 PM)jwh Wrote: It seems like a reasonable spread of events to me, most people are within an hour or so's travel of at least one event and seeing how much effort and work it is to put on competitions it seems like a good amount, i hope to make one or two.

Yes if you live in the south and the midlands with one up north and one in Scotland . One in Northumberland  and one in Cumbria would do a lot for the shotgun section of the mlagb. lets not forget the Northern National would not have been this far north if it was not for the old Durham Branch bringing it north in 1999 and 2000.
Feltwad
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