WGP 2019 - Skeet

Remember there is a fantastic draw for all WGP entrants in either DTL or Skeet who shoot in a minimum of 6 WGP shoots in 2019.

Thanks to Beretta the prize draw is for a Beretta Silver Pigeon I Trap 30” barrel with Optimachoke HP (retail value $2,999 incl GST).

You do not need to attend the last shoot on the 22 September to be in the draw - you just need to have entered 6 WGP shoots during the 2019 Series.

FINAL RESULTS FOR THE 2019 WAITEMATA GRAND PRIX SERIES - SKEET

                 Name                            Grade 26-May 9-Jun 23-Jun 30-Jun 14-Jul 28-Jul 11-Aug 25-Aug 23-Sep 22-Sep   Best 6
Scores
    Final
Positon
 Prize 
John Hendriks   99 99 0 100 0 97 94 99 98 95 592      1  $750
John Tonkin   0 99 100 100 92 99 98 92 0 0 588      2  $375
Olivia Hendriks   99 96 0 100 0 96 92 94 91 100 585      3  $225
Mark Simpson   0 0 98 100 0 0 98 97 90 99 582      4  $150
Joshua Donnelly   0 0 91 100 0 0 88 93 95 96 563      5  $100
Jim Anderton   0 84 91 100 45 99 85 80 86 99 560      6  $  75
Mike Reardon   0 88 93 0 22 0 86 91 0 0 380      7  $  50

The WAITEMATA GRAND PRIX 2019 - SKEET

The 2019 Waitemata Grand Prix Skeet competition will be shot from May through September, as a HANDICAP event in a “best of 6 from 10” format.

Prize Pool of

$1,750 cash

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

$750

 $375

 $225

 $150

 $100

 $75

 $50

 $25

 

On each competition day each shooter will receive “Targets in per round” based on their Handicap Percentage.

Handicap %

Targets in/25

96% and above

     0

92% - 95.9%

     1

88% - 91.9%

     2

84% - 87.9%

     3

80% - 83.9%

     4

under 80%

     5

 

  • “Targets in” will be added to each shooter's round of 25 targets to give a “Round Net Score”.  The "Day Net Score" out of 100, will be calculated by adding the 4 "Round Net Scores" together. The maximum "Round Net Score" for the purpose of calculating the "Day Net Score" will be 25.  ie if any "Round Net Score" is calculated at more than 25 it will be deemed to be 25 for the purposes of calculating the "Day Net Score". 
  • Each shooter’s 6 best qualifying “Day Net Scores” from a maximum of 10 possible shoots, will count towards overall standings, with the event culminating with prize giving on 22 September 2019.
  • Entry to the Waitemata GP series is optional and can be paid at any time during the series. Only scores recorded after payment has been made will be considered qualifying scores. Not all individual shoots need be entered.
  • Entry fee for the WGP series will be $50 covering the whole series (Skeet or DTL) and will be in addition to the regular shoot fees and sweeps payable on each day.
  • For the purposes of the WGP, a shooters Handicap Percentage will be deemed to be the higher of their current NZCTA handicap percentage and the highest Handicap Percentage the shooter has had at any previous WGP shoot during the 2019 WGP series.
  • If there are less than 3 entrants in the WGP Skeet competition it will be declared “no competition” and the WGP entry fee paid by any entrants will be refunded and the prize pool withdrawn. If there are 3 or more but less than 8 entrants in the WGP Skeet competition the prize pool for positions beyond the number of shooters will be withdrawn.
  • In the event of a tie they will be settled by a count back on the shooters last qualifying score.

 

Waitemata Grand Prix Shoot Dates 2019

 

9 June

14 July

11 August

8 September

26 May

23 June

28 July

25 August

22 September

 

30 June

 

 

 

The format of any shoot offs or rulings required, will be at the sole discretion of the Club Captain whose decision will be final on all matters pertaining to the WGP.