Had the vision several years ago, and eventually took the bit between his teeth and opened Warren Gill. He is a perfectionist and will not rest until everything is just how he wants it. Over 50 years of shooting experience, there is not much Dave does not know about shooting whether it be clay or game!! Dave won The Grand Masters 28 bore title 2014.
C.P.S.A. qualified Instructor and Safety Officer. Not only does Ann teach on the ground, she sees to the paperwork and the bookings.
Accredited shotgun NVQ L-12 coach
Ross has been a self employed CPSA coach since 2001. He is passionate about the sport and this becomes very apparent in his teaching. He is methodical and gives clear instruction on the art of clay shooting. Ross has also shown himself to be very competent game shooter and is happy to accompany his clients onto the grouse moor, pheasant or partridge shoot.He is First Aid qualified and holds an Enhanced DBS certificate.
Ross began shooting competitively in 2014 with a great start to his career becoming a member of the North of England Skeet team on his first attempt.
Ross then qualified for the England Skeet team in 2015 again on his first attempt. He shot for England for the first time in 2015 dropping one clay and coming second in the Home Internationals with a score of 149 out of 150 against Scotland, Ireland and Wales. He won the highest new cap.
In 2016 Ross was selected again for England but in a new discipline – Olympic Skeet. This is one of the hardest disciplines in the clay shooting world. With targets flying at a speed of 75mph. He shot in Ireland in August 2016 and gained his second cap for England.
In 2017 Ross has again been selected to shoot for England in OSK and will be representing his country in August 2017 in Wales in the Home Internationals.
He is, as the moment, trying out for The Commonwealth 2018 in Australia 2018 - fingers crossed.
We are very proud that Ross is an instructor for Warren Gill and coaches numerous up and coming hopefuls attempting to follow in his footsteps and join the England teams.
Ross has shown that he is a competent 'all rounder' shooting all the disciplines clay shooting offers and also winning the 2015 British All Round Open.
These are a few of his other wins in 2015:
The Scottish Open
The Coronation Cup
Yorkshire Skeet Champion
North of England Skeet Champion
Yorkshire Skeet doubles
None International Scottish Champion
High score new cap for England
CPSA Top Instructor in Great Britain
West Kent Masters
West Midlands Champion
CPSA Regional Champion
In the past two years Ross has concentrated on OSK only, andis now pleased to announce has been sponsored by Marocchi Guns, Hull Cartridge and CCI Clays as well as Warren Gill Shooting Ground.
Stephen is a self-employed CPSA level 1 and APSI trained shooting instructor. He has a passion for passing on shooting techniques and excels at bringing on clients new to both clay and game shooting. Stephen has a relaxed yet technical teaching style, he has attended both the Basic and Advanced APSI coaching courses and the CPSA Level 1 and Safety Officers course.
First Aid qualified and holding an Enhanced DBS certificate, Stephen brings a wealth of leadership and team building experience with his 20 years of decorated military service. He has shot game and has occasionally shot competitively but has been hampered by frequent overseas deployments but now looks forward to enhancing people's shooting experiences in Yorkshire.
- Ross attended Doveridge (4th December 2017) to compete against 71 other CPSA coaches and has won again with a magnificent 25 straight on Olympic Skeet and dropping a couple on the 50 bird sporting. It was a very enjoyable day out and meeting other people with the same interests is always a bonus.
- Ross excelled in August 2015 - he won the Scottish Open Skeet Championship, The Yorkshire Skeet Open Competition and also gained his first cap for England. Ross is an AA English Skeet shooter and a AAA in Sporting. He then started shooting OSK. In his first year of trying, 2016, he was accepted for the England team and again now Continue Reading
- June 2015 - Ross Elgie (33) from Masham in North Yorkshire has been selected to represent England in the British Skeet Clay Pigeon Team for 2015. Ross, who works as a CPSA Coach at Warren Gill Shooting Ground, Masham, has this weekend gained his place in the team, shooting a magnificent 394 out of 400 in a gruelling four day event Continue Reading
- 2nd November 2014 - Ross won the skeet competition at Nottingham and District - shooting a magnificant 100 out of 100 and also won the sporting shooting competition with a 49 out of 50 on the same day.
- 26th October 2014 - Ross came second overall in the skeet at Rufforth winning A class. Also won the compact that day with a 48 out of 50.