Council for Cadet Rifle Shooting (CCRS) is a charitable incorporated organisation (charity number 1151650). CCRS works in direct partnership with the Ministry of Defence to promote and organise the sport of target rifle shooting across the 4 cadet youth organisations known as the Combined Cadet Force (CCF), the Sea Cadet Corps (SCC), the Army Cadet Force (ACF) and Royal Air Force Cadets (RAFAC).
To Promote and organise the sport of competition shooting across the 4 cadet youth movements in order to assist the development of individuals’ characters and promote good citizenship. Primary deliverables include:
National competitions in the disciplines of air/clay, small-bore (.22), full-bore (7.62mm) and 5.56mm.
This is a team of 12 cadets which competes annually in the Jersey Rifle Association summer meeting.
This is a team of 18 cadets which competes annually in Canada against the Royal Canadian Army Cadets’ National Rifle Team; it also takes part in the Dominion fo Canada Rifle Association meeting.
This is not a cadet team and is organised in partnership with the National Rifle Association. Teams of 8 annually visit the Republic of South Africa (RSA) to compete against the RSA Junior Team and take part in the Free State Championships and the South African Bisley Union Open Championships.
CCRS hosts the following teams:
This is a team of 18 cadets which competes annually in the UK against the British Cadet Rifle Team; it also takes part in the National Rifle Association Imperial Meeting.
This is not a cadet team and the visit is organised in partnership with the National Rifle Association. Teams of 8 biennially visit the UK to compete in the National Rifle Association Imperial Meeting.