News and Rules
NSWCTA Policies -
(List of all)
Child Protection Policy
Club Trauma Policy
Code of Conduct Policy
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Anti Doping Policy
Drugs in Sport Policy
Risk Management Policy
Staff Smoking Policy
Privacy Statement & Policy
Occupation Health & Safety Poster
Work Health & Safety Policy
Education Training & Development Policy
NSWCTA Presidential Medal Selection Criteria
NSWCTA Long Service Medal Policy
Contrary to the opinion held by some of our members, the following rules do apply to ALL shooters when participating in competition events, from Club level to Nationals, and not just for A, B and C graders.
Rule 4.10 (d) – Each competitor shall carry and present his/her current handicap/registration card at all shoots before they are allowed to participate.
Rule 2.01 (k) – If a competitor has lost his card he shall be allowed to compete providing he/she is registered with the ACTA. He/she shall be allowed to compete in his grade in common mark events and shall be allowed to compete in handicap events from the mark he claims to be his correct handicap mark. Should he win prize money or trophies they must be retained by the club until such time as the shooter presents his card for marking.
Rule 2.01 (h) – It shall be the responsibility of a designated club official to enter individual event scores and progressively mark the shooters card with his/her 15 metre results.
Rule 2.02 (a) – Each club must appoint an official to handicap and grade shooters, check to see that all 15 metre scores are entered on cards and to check that handicap and grade changes are recorded on cards.
CAPITAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GUILDELINES
The NSWCTA fully supports the ACTA in their establishment of a National Shooting Ground in Wagga. This will allow your NSWCTA to use such a facility for State Championships as required.
The use of the Wagga Ground as a State Shooting Ground, (thus saving this Association in excess of $500,000) will enable your State Association to be in a position to financially assist NSW State Clubs in their endeavours to improve their facilities.
The following guidelines may be of assistance to you.
1. All funding will be on a $ for $ basis. i.e. if club requests $1000 loan, then they also must contribute $1000.
2. All funding will be subject to written application with supporting documentation, such as Council backing, landholder agreement etc.
3. Suggested Project:
(a) Freehold land purchase
(b) Machinery improvements (new traps)
(c) Club amalgamation
(d) Facility improvement (Club house, toilets etc)
(e) Any other project as may be supported by the NSWCTA Executive.
Please address all applications with relevant supporting documentation for consideration by the Finance Committee to:
PO Box 1003
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650