WGP 2021 - SKEET

LATEST RESULTS FOR THE 2021 WAITEMATA GRAND PRIX SERIES - SKEET

                 Name                            Grade 9-May 23-May 13-Jun 27-Jun 11-Jul 25-Jul 8-Aug 22-Aug 12-Sep 26-Sep   Best 6
Scores to
date
Current
Positon
Prize
Dion Harrison B 100 0 100 96 99 98 98 0 0 0 591   1  $     750
Hamish Macleod B 100 95 99 97 98 0 99 0 0 0 588   2  $     375
Jim Anderton C 94 85 94 84 92 95 84 0 0 0 544   3  $     225
Mark Simpson  A 0 94 0 98 96 100 99 0 0 0 487   4  $     150
Irving Stevens B 96 0 98 98 97 0 96 0 0 0 485   5  $     100
Bente Henry A 100 0 94 96 100 0 94 0 0 0 484   6  $       75
Edward Lee B 97 0 99 94 100 90 0 0 0 0 480   7  $       50
John Tonkin AA 97 96 0 0 96 0 100 0 0 0 389   8  $       25
Patrick Higgs   0 92 96 0 97 97 0 0 0 0 382   9  
Bill Quarrie   0 0 74 73 70 0 73 0 0 0 290   10  
Mick Dryden   0 0 0 0 97 88 0 0 0 0 185   11  
Shane Boyle   0 0 84 0 88 0 0 0 0 0 172   12  

The Skeet Jackpot Accumulator stands at $121.50

All WGP Skeet entrants are automatically entered to the Jackpot competition.  Non WGP shooters can enter "for the day" for $5 (this is on top of usual sweeps). See below for details.

The WAITEMATA GRAND PRIX 2021 - SKEET

The 2021 Waitemata Grand Prix Skeet competition will be shot, 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

     1

92% - 95.9%

     2

88% - 91.9%

     3

84% - 87.9%

     4

80% - 83.9%

     5

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.
  • 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 2021 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 – SKEET Jackpot

There is a Jackpot for anyone shooting 100/100 targets off the gun at any WGP shoot. 

The Jackpot will be an accumulator.  $1.50 from the usually entry fee for every WGP shooter will be added to the Jackpot by the club for the next WGP shoot.

The Jackpot will be capped at $1,000.  If we pass $1,000 without the Jackpot being won we will start the prize pool for the next jackpot.  That way even once it has been won it should still be worth winning again soon afterwards.

Shooters who are entered in the WGP are automatically entered for the Jackpot.  Any shooter not entered for the WGP Series can enter on an individual WGP day by paying $5 (which will be added to the Jackpot for the next shoot).

Anyone who shoots 100/100 targets off the gun will win the Jackpot.  If more than one person shoots 100 targets off the gun at any WGP shoot the Jackpot will be split equally between them.

The objective is to encourage more top shooters to come along and shoot at Waitemata as we continue to try to improve the quality of the competitive shooting at the club.

 

Waitemata Grand Prix Shoot Dates 2021 - see dates on "Results Sheet" above

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.