Clay Target Shooting Coach

From just starting out to professional - we will break clays!


Allen has experience at all levels, both as a competitor, as an instructor and coach from absolute beginners to top class shooters representing their respective Countries at their chosen disciplines. Even team Management in his roles as 'Head coach' & Team Manager For the England Clay Target Teams at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne (2006) and Delhi (2010)

Allen has had a successful career, becoming well known both nationally and internationally, having Represented England a total of 23 times (to date) Covering three disciplines (English Skeet, Olympic Skeet and Automatic Ball Trap)

Allen was also asked to run a 'Solidarity Course' in Uzbekistan on behalf of the ISSF (International Shooting Sports Federation) in 2014

As British Shooting GBTP & Regional Pathway Lead Skeet coach we have achieved some great results with no less than 7 current members being inside the top 20 GB rankings for Olympic Skeet and several (men & women) going on to represent their respective countries (England, Northern Ireland and Scotland) at the Home Countries Internationals and Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships

Coaching Qualifications and Highlights

  • ISSF ‘B’ License coach
    CPSA shotgun coach
    British Shooting Academy/pathway Coach
  • Commonwealth Games 2006 (Melbourne) Team Manager/Head Coach
  • Commonwealth Games 2010 (Delhi) Team manager/Head Coach
  • British Shooting GBTP/Regional Skeet Coach

 Personal results achieved

  • British Open Helice (ZZ) Champion 1984
  • British open (English Skeet) Champion 1993
  • Grand Prix  of Europe (Olympic Skeet) Champion 1994
  • English Open (Olympic Skeet) Champion 1994
  • English Open (Olympic Skeet) Champion 1995
  • English Grand Prix (Olympic Skeet) Champion 1996
  • English Open (English Skeet) Champion 2005
  • British Open (English Skeet) Champion 2011
  • 23 England Caps (so far)