COMPETITION: Sunseeker London, Boodles and The Royal Berkshire Shooting School launch a unique clay shooting competition with prizes worth £80,000

Luxury brands Sunseeker London and Boodles have joined forces with The Royal Berkshire Shooting School to launch a spectacular new clay shooting competition called The Sunseeker Boodles Cup, #SunseekerBoodlesCup

The overall winner will be able to choose one of two top prizes: either a seven-day yacht charter in the Cote d’Azur for eight guests courtesy of Sunseeker London or an exquisite piece of fine jewellery from Boodles, each worth £80,000!

From the left: Boodles’ Director James Amos, Sunseeker London’s Group Managing Director David Lewis and RBSS Managing Director Dylan Williams
From the left: Boodles’ Director James Amos, Sunseeker London’s Group Managing Director David Lewis and RBSS Managing Director Dylan Williams

For a chance of winning one of these extraordinary prizes, entrants need to first qualify for one of 20 places, then at the final, shoot 23 or more of the 25 birds. If no-one shoots 23 birds, then the next highest scoring shooter will take home £5,000 courtesy of The Royal Berkshire Shooting School – the largest ever cash prize in a British clay shooting competition.

In addition, the entrant scoring the highest out of 100 birds each week during the qualifiers will be invited to the final to shoot-off for a chance to win an exclusive, money-can’t-buy Ultimate Shoot Dinner for eight people hosted by wine writer Will Lyons worth £10,000 courtesy of Berry Bros. & Rudd.

The Sunseeker Boodles Cup will officially open on Saturday 1 October 2016
The Sunseeker Boodles Cup will officially open on Saturday 1 October 2016

The Sunseeker Boodles Cup will officially open on Saturday 1 October 2016 and run throughout the winter until Saturday 28 January 2017, giving entrants four months to qualify. Competitors are able to enter as many times as they wish. Entry costs just £50, which includes 50 warm-up birds plus two attempts at the sequence.

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The Royal Berkshire Shooting School’s Managing Director Dylan Williams commented: “This world-class competition will appeal to both game and clay shooters. Designed to simulate high pheasants, the clay sequence has been devised by our very own Robert Cross, who is renowned for his skill in replicating the most challenging birds. The sequence is difficult – and once you add a good helping of pressure at the final it will certainly be challenging! Being able to keep a cool head and remembering foot work will be key to winning.”

Sunseeker London’s Group Managing Director David Lewis added: “The Sunseeker London Group is delighted to co-sponsor this amazing competition. The top gun will be awarded a choice of two luxury items that represent the single largest prize-fund of any non-professional shooting competition currently in the world and we are proud to be involved with such an innovative and inspiring event.”

Boodles’ Director James Amos added: “The Directors of Boodles are all very excited about the upcoming Sunseeker Boodles Cup. Not only is it a first for the jewellery industry, but it is a good chance for us all to get some much needed practice on the high tower at The Royal Berkshire Shooting School. We’re delighted to be involved in this new international shooting competition, and especially with Sunseeker with whom we have a long-standing friendship.”

Sunseeker Boodles Cup

If you would like to compete for a chance to wine one of these incredible prizes, please contact the Royal Berkshire Shooting School:

The Royal County of Berkshire Shooting School
Hook End Lane
Pangbourne
Berkshire
RG8 8SD
Tel: +44 (0)1491 672 900
Email: info@rbss.co.uk

Fore more information on The Sunseeker London Group’s event activities, please contact Sunseeker London:

Sunseeker London | 34-36 Davies Street | Mayfair | London | W1K 4NF | +44 (0) 207 355 0980 | events@sunseekerlondon.com | www.sunseekerlondon.com

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