BASC Accredited Shotgun Coach of the Year

Your chance to nominate the BASC Shotgun Coach of the Year.

2020 sees our fourth year of The BASC Shotgun Coach of the Year Award. 

The award was created to recognise the great work of the BASC Accredited Shotgun Coaches and the winning coach will be presented with a perpetual shield during a ceremony later in the year.

Nominations for the award can be made by anyone.

Coaches can be nominated for any of the following reasons:

  • Special contribution
  • Development of a shooter (young shot)
  • Volunteering services
  • Long-standing service
  • Best newcomer

Please make your nomination on below by 30 June 2020.

Congratulations to Lawrie Stewart who won last year. Lawrie’s tireless volunteering for BASC at coaching lines, Young Shots days, live quarry days and ladies’ days has seen him educate thousands of willing and eager participants.

  • PART A - Details of Nominee

  • PART B - Your Details

2019 BASC Shotgun Coach of the Year – Lawrie Stewart

In his fourth year as a BASC shotgun coach, Lawrie Stewart overcame strong competition to win BASC’s Shotgun Coach of the Year award at this year’s Midland Game Fair. Lawrie’s tireless volunteering for BASC at coaching lines, Young Shots days, live quarry days and ladies’ days has seen him educate thousands of willing and eager participants.

2018 BASC Shotgun Coach of the Year - Mark Baxter

Mark qualified just under a year ago and has very quickly become a regular, coaching at many Young Shots events, Ladies Days and coaching lines, having currently undertaken 12 events for his region, travelling all over this region to do so. His background in game shooting and loading provides great credibility particularly on game oriented events. He is a pleasure to work with, always willing to help and offer advice.

2017 Basc coach of the year – Kelvin Pettitt

Kelvin has been a valuable volunteer for BASC for many, many years but specifically as a coach for more than 20 years. He coaches at numerous events around the country every year.

Kelvin is passionate about shooting shotguns and is keen to pass on his knowledge to as many people as possible.

He remains a very active volunteer.

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