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Change to rule VII-F-2 regarding minimum target requirements to compete in Provincial, Regional and National Championships

By William Campbell on April 15, 2019 | News, President Blog

Please be advised that the CNSCA Board of Directors recently voted to change rule VII-F-2 regarding minimum target requirements to compete in Provincial, Regional and National Championships.

Old rule:
A resident shooter must have shot a minimum of 300 CNSCA registered targets in the current year prior to the Provincial, Regional or National Tournament to qualify for awards, moneys or prizes at the Provincial, Regional or National Tournament. A resident shooter who does not qualify by this criteria will be entered into “Masters” class and may only qualify for awards, moneys, or prizes in that class.

New rule:
A resident shooter must have shot a minimum of 300 CNSCA registered targets in the current year prior to the Provincial, Regional or National Tournament to qualify for awards, moneys or prizes at the Provincial, Regional or National Tournament. A resident shooter who does not qualify by this criteria will be entered into a “penalty class” which will be one class higher that their currently assigned CNSCA class and may only qualify for awards, moneys, or prizes in that class. This rule would apply to a new shooter with unknown ability that was assigned “C”
class (per rule V-B-7-a) resulting in the new shooter competing in B class for their first event if that first event is a Provincial, Regional or National Championship.

Unfortunately this rule was changed AFTER the printing of the Shoot Book. As per the Rules, the most current version and accurate version of the rules will be found on the CNSCA website.

Thanks
Bill Campbell
CNSCA Secretary

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