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Adopt the Minutes
Treasurers Statement of Accounts
Election of Officers
Motions for consideration (must be sent to secretary 21 days in advance)
There have been a lot of rumours and mistruths spread about the NASRPC, its Executive Committee members, and its practices, almost all untrue and some libellous, but we want to point out a few, and are happy to discuss any issue directly with anyone, please contact us.
· The NASRPC executive committee did not ask the clubs permission to join the Sports Coalition, and therefore did not seek their permission to leave it.
· The NASRPC Executive has never expelled any club from the NASRPC.
· The NASRPC Executive consider every application for affiliation submitted (in the prescribed format) in detail before any decision is taken.
· No member of the NASRPC Executive is part of any Training company and does not stand to benefit financially from any current or future legislation.
· The NASPRC did not spend 15k on a tent in Birr.
· The NASRPC have every year at the AGM, made available all accounts including every Invoice/receipt/expense/cheque for review and scrutiny.
· The NASRPC Executive does not get paid for the time/effort in fulfilling its duties.
· Every action the NASRPC executive have made has been for the benefit of shooters - like direct recognition at the FCP.
· The NASRPC did not make any “Solo Runs” - Three members of the sports coalition were fully aware of any and all representations made and actively encouraged same.
We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for the many messages of support received from shooting sports participants, clubs and other shooting organisations.
Please find attached the draft results from the competition held in Hilltop Shooting Club on Saturday the 8th of November.
Thanks to Hilltop for Hosting the event, to the Caterers for feeding us and the Range Officers for running the competition.
The NASRPC are donating all proceeds to Pieta House, and with a donation of € 200 from Hastech Ltd, Pieta House will be getting € 680 in total.
We have been very busy recently, working hard to safeguard the future development of our sport. These efforts have been somewhat successful and we are pleased to inform you that Martin Hayes (NASRPC Vice Chair) will represent the NASRPC on the Firearms Consultative Panel with Declan Byrne as his Alternate.
Furthermore, Martin will be supported in matters of mutual interest by Mark Maguire (NASRPC PRO) who will be representing Countryside Alliance Ireland. We have also received offers of support by other shooting groups attending – but more on that later.
We are now satisfied that our views will be directly represented – a situation only made possible by the decisions taken by the committee last weekend. Finally we would like to thank all of those who offered messages of support at this critical time.
The NASRPC Committee
Dear NASRPC Members
We would like to inform you that at a meeting of our National Executive on Saturday the 24th of October, we made a decision to withdraw from the Sports Coalition.
We have reluctantly come to this decision for a number of reasons, including the following:
We recognise the invaluable contributions the Sports Coalition has played in bringing Shooting Sports to where we are today, but as we move to the next phase of this process, we believe that our decision is in the best interests of you, our affiliated members and clubs.
In our continuing efforts to achieve the best possible representation for you, we are actively exploring all option to continue to have your voice heard, including directly on the Firearms Consultative Panel and elsewhere.
Accountability is important and to this end, We are now and always available to discuss with any group, club or individual any aspect of our decisions and how we got here.
To this end we are organising an information forum, which will be open to all affiliated clubs, on Sunday 1st of November at 11.00 - venue to be confirmed.
NASRPC Executive Committee
Please find below the draft results from the NASRPC National competition held in Hilltop Shooting Club in Co Wicklow today.
Outstanding scores produced in Benchrest, with a Irish Record score from Paul Cassidy in Heavy Varmint - 500/500 38X, Well Done Paul.
Thank you to Pat & Marion and the Hilltop Committee for hosting the event, to The Range Safety officers for keeping everyone safe, and to everyone who travelled from all over the country to attend.
Any score queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find attached the draft results from the NASRPC National competition held in Lough Bo Shooting Centre on the 26th & 27th of September 2015.
Thank you to Gerry, Leona and family and to the committee of Lough Bo Shooting centre for facilitating the shoot and looking after everyone.
Thank you to the Range Officers, without whom, none of this would be possible.
Please find attached the results from the NASRPC National in Donegal Target Shooting Club, hosted by Bracken Projectile Club.
Big thanks to Patsy, Mike, Kevin, Donal, Ruth end everyone involved in facilitating the competition, especially the range officers.
Please find attached the results from the Sporting Rifle, Silhouette and Kiel Cup Team Match held in BRC Shooting Club on Sunday the 16th of August.
Congratulations to BRC's Wesley Halliday, Brian Kelly & Alan Fitzpatrick on winning the Kiel Cup.
Ireland well represented at the WA1500 World Championships:
Michael Walls made a welcome returns to the podium at the WA1500 World Championship, held in Stockholm, Sweden13th-16th August under glorious sunshine.
Michael (a High Master, the highest level in PPC) was pipped for third place in revolver 1500 by one point having scored a superb 1489 and 103x. He was on the podium with a silver medal in Standard Semi Auto, with a score of 479/480 and only lost the gold medal position by one x. He also received a bronze in Standard 4" Revolver.
The Kiel Cup - NASRPC National Competition
The National Association of Sporting Rifle & Pistol Clubs
will hold a National Competition in BRC Shooting Club, Co. Dublin
on Sunday 16th August 2015
The Kiel Cup is an Interclub team competition. Clubs may enter as many teams as they wish. Teams will comprise up to four competitors, with best three scores to count.
Competitors may only compete as part of one team
The match will comprise of
2 targets of 50m Prone Rifle
Giving a total possible score of 600 per competitor and a total aggregate score of 1800 per team.
(Please note: Should insufficient teams enter the match an individual competition will take its place)
€10 Entry Per Competitor.
Note: 50% reduction for Pensioners, Full time students and the unemployed - only one discount applies
All NASRPC Competitions are Open Competitions.
Queries to email@example.com.
First shots will be at 10:00am.
Last shots will be at 16:00pm.
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