Cleveland and North Yorkshire
Sporting Clay League

CLEVELAND & NORTH YORKSHIRE SPORTING CLAY LEAGUE

The Cleveland and North Yorkshire Sporting Clay League was formed in the early 1980's. It was set up, as the constitution says: "The Cleveland and North Yorkshire Sporting Clay League aims to promote, safeguard and encourage the sport of clay pigeon shooting. The league is run as a non profit making body."

The League Season starts on Wednesday 26th April 2017 until Wednesday 23rd August 2017. There are 9 clubs currently in the league and they are spread across North Yorkshire, Cleveland and Co Durham.

The cost of a weekly shoot in the League is £13 per person. The League collects a £5 Joining Fee for every shooter who takes part in the league every season.

The League holds one main event called the League 70 bird shoot, this year this is held at Oak Lodge Gun Club on 9th July 2017. Entries are from 10am to 2pm. Entrance Fees are £15 Competition and Birds Only £13, with £2 paid into a prize fund. The prize fund is allocated to the classes of the participants.

We advise all our members, spectators, scorers and trappers that Eye and Ear protection must be worn whilst members are on the shooting grounds.