Ronnie Green

Ronnie Green

CPSA - 123409 – Greater London


I've been shooting since 22nd January 2011 when I had my first go at the age of 11.  
 I work hard to put forward a serious and professional level of commitment to the sport and do my best be a good ambassador for both my sponsors and clay shooting ,  this is important  to me  and  demonstrated in July 2017 after winning the British Schools National Championships where I was fortunate to be chosen for the front cover and focus of CLAY SHOOTING MAGAZINE. and here is a couple of the professional photos.

Proudly sponsored by 

Dartford Clay Shooting Club 


Southdown Gun Club


 My first registered competition was in August 2012, this is a record of my regional and national championship achievements since then in reverse order.

2018 - TEAM GBR
A year of hard work including self analysis and discovery of what I really want out of the sport as I plan for my future in shooting for 2019 and beyond. 
Looking back, 2017 was a difficult year with a lot of sadness in my family which bled into the early part of 2018 but with the positive people that surround me and the amazing support they gave me,  I was able to turn 2018 in to an amazing year of achievement by reaching a major sporting goal of shooting for the 
This is a huge personal achievement and not something that can simply be bought, it has to be earned by honing what you have and trying to repeat the results of the hard work. I have had to climb lots of personal obstacles to make the transition to this level of shooting and that is where the prize of personal achievement  is found. 
"If your working towards something - keep trying and don't give up"
I could not have made this stage without my sponsors at 
Southdown Gun Club, 
Dartford Clay Shooting Club, 
Chris Potter Guns
and of course my Mum and Dad who have so much support for me.  
One of the proudest moments of my life so far.
Larnica Shooting Ground, Cyprus, June 2018


On a County representation level and with working mostly seven days a week every week, I haven't had much time to hit the competition circuit and so just train / practice after work in the summer or if it quietens down a bit when I'm working at the shooting ground.  Even so, I managed to enter two County championships and won two County titles. 
Kent County  STR  Junior Champion 2018
Kent County  ESP  Junior Champion 2018 
A massive thank you to everyone that has supported me this year in my shooting, my work and what I have had to do to make things happen.
Not as many titles as past years for the sole reason of timing and adjustments in my like but for me and I hope for my sponsors, making the GBR Compak team and representing my Country in the European Championships crowns everything I have done before.



Junior Champion 2017  GOLD


Beretta World Sporting Championships 2017 - Under 18's  Champion



Benelli SP Auto Championships -UNDER 18's Champion 



United Kingdom  BICTSF FITASC Championships 2017 JUNIOR 

United Kingdom  BICTSF COMPAK Championships 2017 JUNIOR 

SILVER taking the BRONZE  (after shoot off)

Kent County FITASC  Junior Champion 2017 

Kent County HELICE Junior Champion 2017

Kent County  STR  Junior Champion 2017 

SE Inter-Counties FITASC Junior Champion 2017 


GMK - Benelli SP Auto Championships 2016

Under  18's   (109  exe  120)


"A"  Class  (109  exe  120)


Kent County COMPAK Junior Champion 2016

Kent County FITASC juniors champion 2016

Kent County Sportrap Junior Championship 2016


"The most important thing in 2016 was my GCSE's , This comes before shooting and I'm happy to say I passed them all with really good grades. School  exams come first and all the hard work payed off as it does with training".



Kent County  CPSA Colt Shooter of the Year 2015

Colt Champion, Clay Shooting Classic 2015


British Open Skeet Colt Champion 2015  (98 exe 100)


English Open Sporting Colts 2015

" Silver "

British Open English Sporting Championships 2015


U -18's, Beretta World Sporting Championships 2015

Kent County "FITASC"  Colt Champion 2015
Kent County "Skeet Doubles Colt Champion" 2015 (Junior)
Kent County "Sportrap" Colt Champion 2015
Kent County "Double Rise"  ColtChampion 2015
Kent County "Compak"  Colt Champion 2015

Kent County Skeet non-toxic Champion 2015

South East of England Sporting Colt Champion 2015

Essex Gun Maters 2015, 3rd Place  runner up Colt


"exclusively imported by Chris Potter Guns & Country Sports"


 My Home Shooting Grounds are  Dartford Clay Shooting Club  and  Southdown Gun Club

who are both kindly part sponsoring me. if you haven't shot at these grounds then come and have a go as the grounds are fantastic, the targets are 1st class and you will be made welcome by all of the grounds team.

I shot and competed for the 2012, 2013 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Kent County shooting Team and had some of the best shooting experiences ever.  if you are a colt, Junior or an adult its a really good feeling to be able to shoot for your county and to win an inter counties championship title is a real achievement.   

Below is a list of my sponsorship support, all of who I am very grateful too.

I could not do what I am doing without your kind sponsorship assistance and I am very happy to say they have decided to continue and sponsor me for 2017 


Dartford Clay Shooting Club


 Other kit I use are PILLA glasses of different shade strength depending on the light and that's about it really as they are the main things.
Cartridges: I use whatever I can afford as I save my winnings to fund my cartridges. I can't expect my parents to pay as they already do enough and gives me a sense of pride to do so.

My Disciplines

I love all shooting disciplines that I have tried but my favorites are all the sporting ones, English Sporting, Sportrap, Compak and FITASC sporting. 

 I do shoot English Skeet now and then and I'm not too bad at that either and won the British Open Colts with a cracking 98/100 on day one of the competition.  

One of my goals is to shoot 100/100 registered Skeet, my current registered PB is 99/100 so need just one more to make the 100 straight club although its not a priority


           My Technique


Its always developing, I shoot all disciplines in training and have developed my own stance, hold and technique that works for me.  I have a coach who understands me and that is a real benefit.


As we are not all the same, I have learnt to work with my own body and develop what I have so it works for me,  I ignore any comments from other people as only a good coach and my coach knows how I shoot and what we have done in training to adapt what I have to my best ability.  if I'm shooting consistently good scores and making slow improvements then I'm doing something right.  



 Gold medal, The Clay Shooting Classic