What is it?

The E-League is a modernised postal league that offers shooters from across the UK the opportunity to engage in competitive shooting

The competitions that make up the League are designed to be complementary to practice/club sessions, or aid the individual in working towards entering club or NRA competitions in the future

It will draw upon the fundamental features of past postal leagues: Honesty, Sportsmanship and Friendly Rivalry


How does it work?

The Season will run from 1st September – 31st August each year.

Each Season is made up of 4 Rounds

    • Autumn: 1st September – 30th November
    • Winter: 1st December – 28th February
    • Spring: 1st March – 31st May
    • Summer: 1st June – 31st August

Each Round is made up of 2 or 3 Competitions

Competitions will be based on paired down versions of NRA Courses of Fire, using mainstream target faces, at distances that cater for most clubs

Depending on the Discipline, each League may feature different Classes depending on the type of firearm a competitor may be using, or specific classes for Under 25/ Servicemen and women 

Courses of Fire and scorecards will be free to download, a nominal fee is required to submit each scorecard, to have your results listed online and be eligible for prizes

  • A scorecard must be nominated prior to the start of shooting, and witnessed by another range user
  • Only one entry per Competition can be made, so make sure you are ready before you nominate
  • Scorecards can be filled out completely electronically i.e. on a tablet or smart phone – electronic signatures are accepted
  • A scorecard is not allowed to be nominated alongside a squadded competition with matching courses of fire
  • Electronic targets can be used
  • The Online leader-board will be updated as regularly as possible as results are submitted
  • Competitors are encouraged to share photos or videos on social media with stories from across the UK

Prizes & Awards

New NRA Civitas Medal

Latin for Community, a new 1½ inch Gunmetal medal has been struck, featuring Bill and Ben on the front with space for engraving on the reverse

It will be awarded to the highest scoring individuals in each Round of the League, (in each Class), i.e. the shooter with the highest aggregate score in the Competitions that made up the Round. Medals will not be awarded to the winners of each Competition

The amount of medals awarded is subject to the amount of entries (in each class or award category):

  • 2+ entries: 1st Place Civitas Medal
  • 6+ entries: 1st and 2nd Place Civitas Medal
  • 11+ entries: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Civitas Medal

 

Trophies

We are looking to present perpetual awards to the overall League Winners at the end of the season.

If you would be interested in sponsoring such an event or discipline, please email competitions@nra.org.uk


'Pilot' Round

Spring 2022

To enable us to test the structure and design of the league, we will be running a one-off pilot round for the Civilian Service Rifle and Gallery Rifle disciplines.

The Round will run from 1st March – 31st May

 

Civilian Service Rifle:

Will offer a separate League table in each of the following classes:

  • Any Iron
  • Historic
  • Service Optic
  • Practical Optic

For more information CLICK HERE

Gallery Rifle:

Will offer a separate League table in each of the following classes:

  • Gallery Rifle Centrefire
  • Gallery Rifle Centrefire Classic
  • Gallery Rifle Smallbore

For more information CLICK HERE

Under 25 & Forces Prizes

In each of the classes in the CSR and GR League Round, a Civitas Medal will be awarded to the 1st place competitor in the following sub-classes:

  • Under 17
  • Under 21
  • Under 25
  • Serving Member of HM forces
  • Ex-Serving Member of HM forces

2022/23 League

  • Autumn: 1st September 2022 – 30th November 2022
  • Winter: 1st December 2022 – 28th February 2023
  • Spring: 1st March 2023 – 31st May 2023
  • Summer: 1st June 2023 – 31st August 2023