GREAT BRITAIN RIFLE TEAM TO CANADA 2025

Team invitation

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Were you thrilled and inspired by the astonishing Palma Match in South Africa recently?

Do you have what it takes to be a member of the next Great Britain Rifle Team to tour overseas?

Applications are invited from NRA members to become a member of the GBRT to Canada in 2025.

We anticipate taking part in a provincial meeting in early August before moving on to Ottawa to shoot in the DCRA championships at Connaught. The tour will be around two and a half weeks in length.

Please apply to Paul Gray (captain), Chris Watson (vice captain) or Liam Cheek (adjutant) for an application form.

The closing date for applications is King’s final day 2024 (27th July) and the team will be selected in early August.

Would all applicants please note that the first team get together / training weekend will be held on September 14/15 this year.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

Paul Gray:  gbcaptain2025@gmail.com

Chris Watson: wracaptain@gmail.com

Liam Cheek: Liam_cheek@hotmail.co.uk

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