What's on...

Sat Jul 29 @10:00 - 04:00PM
Possible Adhoc Members Practice
Sun Aug 06 @10:00 - 04:00PM
August Members Practice
Sun Aug 06 @13:00 - 04:00PM
NZ Ammunition Company Sporting Grand Prix Round 8
Sun Aug 13 @09:00 - 01:00PM
Winter Working Bee
Sat Aug 19 @10:00 - 04:00PM
Possible Adhoc Members Practice
Sun Aug 20 @09:30 - 04:00PM
Club Champs (50 Compak, 25 ISSF Skeet, 25 Trench, 25 Ball Trap) to Club Rules
Sat Aug 26 @08:30 - 04:00PM
North Island South Zone ISSF Champs
Sat Aug 26 @10:00 - 02:00PM
August Novice Coaching Clinic
Sat Aug 26 @10:00 - 04:00PM
August Members Practice Day


The Hutt Valley Clay Target Club is sited on 63 acres in Whitemans Valley, Upper Hutt, and is the largest and most active clay target club in the greater Wellington region.
We offer all forms of social and competitive clay target shooting. Shooting, three times each month, in the most common shotgun disciplines is available to members.

The Club provides a variety of coaching, practice, fun events, and competition disciplines in: Down the Line (DTL), Trench, Skeet, Sporting Clays and, Sporting Compak.

  • 20 Aug Club Champs

    Competion at the Club

    Don't forget the club champs are on at the club on 20 Aug. Come along and show your stuff and settle some of those old scores. Entry is open to all members of the club and we do welcome any members of the NZCTA to come along as well.

    The format for the champs is:
    • 50 Compak
    • 25 ISSF Skeet (to club rules)
    • 25 Trench
    • 25 Ball Trap

    All events shot to club rules and are graded so even if you're not in A grade yet you can compete against other shooters of similar capability.

  • 13 Aug Winter Working Bee

    Tools at workIt is time for some maintenance around the club. Your work at a working bee helps maintain our facilities at a high standard and keeps everything humming around the club.

    It all kicks off at 9 a.m. so bring your gardening tools, your weed eaters, and your blowers roll up your sleeves and apply some elbow grease.

    We will even shout you morning tea and a light lunch and your membership subscription fee next year is discounted by attendance at working bees.

What's news...

  • Wairarapa District Champs 26 Mar

    High Gun - D. Smith45 competitors arrived for the Wairarapa District Champs, hosted by the Hutt Valley Clay Target Club in good conditions, overcast most of the day but no wind.  That's right, no wind.  We had visiting shooters from Barrytown in the South to Waikato in the North, including two Mike Davis's, one from Eketahuna and the other from Hawkes Bay.

    First up was the Skeet. With only two possibles shot, Dave Smith and Grant Wareham shot off for the HOA with Grant Wareham prevailing with the shoot off only going to station 1.  Josh Nilsson won 1st A grade with the only 24 and Darryn Plows took out 2nd A grade from Ryan Nelson after a shoot off on 23's.  Dave Smith won the B grade with his possible followed by Gary Girvan taking 2nd B grade and Wayne Pym taking 3rd B grade after a shoot off on 23's.  Mitchell Davis won the C grade, David Donald took out 2nd C grade and Mike Davis (Eke) was 3rd C grade after a shoot off on 21's.  The two man teams were tied, shared by Ryan Nelson & Steven Beall and Robert Prince & Peter Borrie on 45's.


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  • NZ and NI Sporting Champs 19 Feb

    2017 NZ Sporting Champion - J. Younger with Chris from Beretta NZOver 160 shooters were treated to an exhibition of shooting during the closing stanza of the North Island and New Zealand Sporting Championships held at Hutt Valley Clay Target Club.  Amongst those shooting off were John Younger (Aus) and Adam Hirchfield (Aus) for HOA and Geoff Wells and Mark Vessey for 2nd AA grade.


    Adam Hirchfield had previously clinched the NI title in a shootoff with Hutt Valley's own Adam Green on Friday.


    After the weekend's shooting over 16 fields spread over 60 acres of the clubs sprawling grounds we were left to watch the best shooters in this part of the world tackle a captivating series of targets.  John Younger needs no introduction being world ranked and an extensive CV, and his trademark relaxed style saw off perhaps the "next best thing" in Aussie shooting in Adam who latched onto the targets quickly and authoritatively.


    Mark Vessey's guile accounted for Geoff Wells for the placings. Also of note was Katrina Clancy (Aus) shooting off for 2nd C grade who compiled an impressive 19/25 to comprehensively stamp her mark as one to watch over the near future.


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  • Announcement from the Wairarapa Gun Club

    Wairarapa Gun Club LogoThe Wairarapa Gun Club are progressing well with being able to shoot on their own grounds, however, there may be an opportunity to change the need to shoot Steel only.  So that this opportunity isn’t jeopardised, the Wairarapa Gun Club have taken the decision not to shoot on their new ground until this has been sorted.


    On this basis, the Wairarapa District Championships (26 March) will now be hosted by Hutt Valley Clay Target Club.  Please keep an eye on this space for further updates.