Please see below the recent letter sent out by our NDC Pat Grimes regarding the selection of our new team Captains and announcing the NASRPC Irish teams that will be representing us at the German Open in Leitmar. As you know the NASRPC committee were in a position to financially support our teams attending Bisley this year due in part to a donation that was received for that purpose, we are delighted to announce that due to a strong financial position currently we will be able to offer the same supports to NASRPC team members attending the German Open. This is part of the ongoing commitment by the NASRPC to help and support our national teams, we will also be providing training, both physical and mental for our teams. The NASRPC committee and members would like to wish our teams and any members traveling the very best of luck and are sure they will do us proud.
Letter from NDC
Congratulations to all who competed in the National finals held in Fermoy Rifle Club.
2017 Team Captains
Over the weekend the GRCF1500 and GRSB1500 Captains were also elected.
GRCF1500 Captain 2017 : Gavin Coventry
GRSB1500 Captain 2017 : Daniel O Flaherty
Congratulations to you both I know both of you will give 100% to your task and I am sure all leaderboard members look forward to working with you both.
German Open NASRPC Gallery Rifle Irish Teams
It gives me great pleasure to announce the following team members. Who have confirmed their availability and eagerness to represent their Country and the NASRPC
Unfortunately our SB Captain, Daniel, can’t make this international. As per the rules the SB team, with the NDC, will select a Sub Captain from their team for this international.
I ask you all now to join with us in giving your full support to our travelling team members and wishing them the best of luck.
The NASRPC would also like to take this opportunity to wish the best of luck to all individual competitors.
Enjoy, and a safe journey to all.
National Association of Sporting Rifle & Pistol Clubs
Gallery Rifle – National Discipline Coordinator