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Oxford Sportsman's Club, Canada

Oxford Sportsman's Club is in the little town of Verschoyle in Oxford County south western Ontario, between Ingersoll and London.

The club is situated on a 33.5 acre property purchased in the early 1960s, located 2 miles south of Verschoyle and then west on Prouse Road. Facilities include a modern licensed club house, 2 trap fields (one lighted), 100 yard rifle range, 2 duck marshes and a trout pond.

Membership has been about 75 for the last few years. Our club is family oriented and has activities aside from the shooting sports, including pool, shuffleboard and cards. The club is affiliated with the ATA (Amateur Trap Association), DU (Ducks Unlimited), RGS of Canada (Ruffed Grouse Society) and OFAH (Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters). The club runs an annual fundraiser for each organisation.

Trap shooting is open every Wednesday evening and Sunday afternoon. We are holding three ATA registered trap shoots this year and participate annually in a winter and summer inter-club league competition. A chance to shoot trap in winter is the popular inter-club competition between Crumlin, St.Thomas, Verschoyle, Glencoe and Otter Valley clubs. Everyone enjoys travelling to the different clubs for a little friendly competition.
We have entered to shoot the e-Shoot competition as a single barrel event in late June.
Bill Malcolm
(Oxford did very well to come 6th in e-Shoot 2002 with 720 points. Congratulations to Bill Malcolm , who has become a member of 'The 150 Club' - Ed)

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