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secretary@msbra.co.uk

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The Middlesex Small-Bore Rifle Association exists to bring together small-bore rifle and airgun clubs located within the County of Middlesex, and organise teams to represent the County in competitions. We also represent our clubs and shooters at the national level, through the NSRA.

Spring season only

10 shots per round, 10 rounds at 25, 20 or 15 yards

Winners of the handicap final wins the Terry Trophy

Winners of each division receive plaques or medals

Entries close end November

Organiser - Alan Shipman

To select individuals to shoot in the Middlesex team in the Queen Alexandra competition qualifying round. (The top 8 counties shoot in the Queen Alexandra Cup final at Bisley.)

Members of the selected team win Queen Alexandra Badges

20 shots deliberate, 20 shots time limit

Entries close end August

Organiser – John Adams

Shot concurrent with Round 7 - Winter Rifle Team League

Highest handicap score based on entered average wins the Rule Cup

Entries close mid-August (entered automatically with league)

Organiser – John Adams

The competition will be shot concurrent with the NSRA Inter-County Team League (comp. no. 610)

NSRA and, where applicable, MSBRA Local Rules will apply.

The Middlesex resident with the highest score will be THE COUNTY SHORT RANGE CHAMPION and will be awarded the BILL BROWN TROPHY.

The leading lady Middlesex resident in the NSRA Inter-County Ladies Team League (comp. no. 612) will receive the BROUGH BOWL. If, in any year, Middlesex does not enter a team in the IC Ladies League, the Brough Bowl will be awarded to the leading lady Middlesex resident in the IC Team League or the IC Reserve Team League (611).

Those eligible will be entered automatically.

Organiser – John Adams

Shot concurrent with Round 7 - Summer Rifle Team League

Winning team wins the AEI Cup

Members of the winning team win Middlesex Medals

Entries close mid-February (entered automatically with league)

Organiser – John Adams