The Game Fair which is being held at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire from 28 – 30 July is set to host the City A.M. City Shots competition, one of the most prominent shooting events in the country sports calendar.
The City Shots competition which has been running since 2013, will take place in the afternoon of the first day, with competitively spirited companies, competing against the best in the business in a team clay shoot.
Run in conjunction with London-based free daily business newspaper City A.M., six teams of four shooters will tackle three different traps, shooting 50 clayseach and finish with a team flush on The Subaru Shooting Line, overseen by E.J. Churchill.Entries cost £1,000 for a team of four. To top an excellent day out, the winning team will be awarded a highly-coveted prize, as presented by City A.M.
The competition is designed to raise money for The Game Fair’s official charity for 2017, The Lord’s Taverners, whose mission is to empower young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and those with disabilities to enjoy sport.
Martin Muncaster, Head of Commercial Development for City A.M. commented: “We are delighted to be the first media partner of the City Shots competition, which is set to be great competitive fun, in aid of such a worthwhile cause. We are very much looking forward to the shoot and cannot wait to see which team will be crowned champions”.
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