African Champs

 

Trial commences: 21 March 2019: African Championship Fitasc Compak Sporting and Africa Cup 2019
Trial ends: 15 February 2020: Eston Compak Trial 2020

 

Method to determine ranking system:

  • A minimum of four (4) scores to count
  • A score is defined as 200 targets shot at any of the registered Compak trials
  • Trials must be shot over both days (Saturday and Sunday). 200 Targets are not allowed to be shot on a single day
  • The average of the shooters top four (4) scores will determine his trial score
  • A trial score is determined as a percentage of the high gun for the day determined over 200 targets
  • A MQS (Minimum Qualifying Score) system is applicable in the selection of a National Team to represent South Africa in the African Championship National Trial. The MQS for the different categories shown below:
    • Men - 92%
    • Seniors - 86%
    • Veterans - 80%
    • Masters - 80%
    • Ladies - 80%
    • Juniors - 88%
Trial no Compak Trial Venue Date
1 African Championship Fitasc Compak Sporting and Africa Cup 2019 Valley Gun Club 21 March 2019
2 Sterkfontein Compak Trial No 1 2019 Sterkfontein Shooting Academy 06 April 2019
3 Waterhaven Compak Trial 2019 Waterhaven Estate 11 May 2019
4 Outeniqua Compak Trial 2019 Outeniqua Clay Target Club 01 June 2019
5 Eston Compak Trial 2019 Eston Clay Target Club 20 July 2019
6 Sterkfontein Compak Trial No 2 2019 Sterkfontein Shooting Academy 03 August 2019
7 Centurion Compak Trial 2019 Centurion Gun Club 21 September 2019
8 SA Presidents Cup and Compak SA Championship 2019 Maccauw Clay Target Club 19 October 2019
9 Fitasc Compak Sporting SA Grand Prix 2019 Sterkfontein Shooting Academy 02 November 2019
10 Wattlespring Compak SA Trial No1 2020 Wattlespring Sport Shooting Club 25 January 2020
11 Eston Compak Trial 2020 Eston Clay Target Club 15 February 2020

National Team Selection

A National Team will be selected after the last trial, the team will be selected as per the above criteria and according to the rankings for the specific championship and will consist of the top 3 shooters in each category. For a shooter to qualify for national colours, the shooter must achieve the MQS as described above. Please note that a national team can only be selected if there is at least one international team. If there is, for example, only one international team of three shooters in the MEN category, SASCOC will only approve national colours for the MEN team. In addition to this, SASCOC does not recognize Zimbabwe as an international team. Compak SA is in the process of addressing this with SASCOC.

The National Team will consist of:

  • Men: 3 team members (top 3 ranked shooters) - MQS 92%
  • Seniors: 3 team members (top 3 ranked shooters) - MQS 86%
  • Veterans: 3 team members (top 3 ranked shooters) - MQS 80%
  • Ladies: 3 team members (top 3 ranked shooters) - MQS 80%
  • Juniors: 3 team members (top 3 ranked shooters) - MQS 88%

Compak SA Team Selection

A Compak SA Team will also be selected after the last trial and the team will be selected as per the above criteria and according the rankings for the specific championship. No MQS is applicable to the Compak SA Team selection.

The Compak SA team will consist of:

  • Men: 3 team members (4-6 ranked shooters) - no MQS
  • Seniors: 3 team members (4-6 ranked shooters) - no MQS
  • Veterans: 3 team members (4-6 ranked shooters) - no MQS
  • Ladies: 3 team members (4-6 ranked shooters) - no MQS
  • Juniors: 3 team members (4-6 ranked shooters) - no MQS