Can anyone provide information on how to lodge/register entry to these matches? I'm sure the info is to be found somewhere, but seemingly nothing on SSAA sites or Flyshooter site concerning the hows and whens. Apologies if the answer is 'common knowledge' - I can't seem to crack the code.
VENUE DATE COURSE OF FIRE
BRT Federal Cup - Majura ACT 6th & 7th March 2021 500m, 1000yd
Riverina Fly Championships - Wagga Wagga 27th & 28th March 2021 500m, 200yd
WA Registered Match CF - Perth RMS Club 17th Apr 2021 500m
WA Registered Match RF - Perth RMS Club 25th Apr 2021 200yd
Vic State Fly Championships -Eagle Park 1st & 2nd May 2021 500m, 200yd
Queensland State Titles - Mackay 28th, 29th & 30th May 2021 LG, HG, RF
NSW State Titles - Batemans Bay 26th & 27th June 2021 500m, 200yd
South Australian Fly State Titles - Monarto 17th & 18th July 2021 500m, 200yd
WA State Titles - Perth RMS Club 24th & 25th July 2021 500m & 200yd
Blue Heeler Classic - Wagga Wagga NSW 28th & 29th August 2021 500m, 300m
Pro-Cal Challenge Fly Shoot - Majura ACT 25th & 26th September 2021 500m, 200yd
Little River Cup - Eagle Park VIC 5th & 6th November 2021 300yd, 500M
A couple of weeks out from a shoot the shoot organiser will normally post to this forum with information and calling for nominations.
Preferred method of nomination is normally via email.
Just keep an eye out on here as shoots get closer.
John. I have never know anyone to miss out. Limited to classes or sharing benches, yes, but never totally missing out.
As long as you keep an eye out on this page and submit nomitation when they are asked for you will be ok.
You should have no problems with nominations for any match in the calendar, Canberra will certainly have plenty of spots at the Federal Cup in March, we usually get around 60 individuals to that match and with those that choose to shoot two classes, we usually have around 4 details of 20 shooters, we can accommodate 4 details of up to 25 if we really need to.
We open nominations a few weeks ahead of each match because taking nominations for months on end hasn’t really been necessary in the past, nobody usually misses out.
We also try not to advertise the next match until the current one has either run, or is close to running to avoid taking the attention away from the “current” event.
I’ve written to the webmaster for the SSAA website to get that email updated, the one that was listed is only really monitored when matches are coming up, and that is actually an “ACT” email address for our events, it should be an SSAA address.
All the best, I hope to see you in Canberra in March.