TSNZ Indoor Postals





Entries are now open for the TSNZ Indoor Postals competition for 2023.  

CLICK HERE for 2023 Indoor Postal Entry forms:




The four TSNZ Postal matches are shown below.  Once entries are received and the fee paid, TSNZ will post out stickers to be put on the back of the targets before they are shot.  All targets must be checked and signed by an Official Club Witness (the Club will have listed these on their TSNZ Affiliation form). 

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Gold / Silver / Bronze Medals can be won in each section for the Individual and Season's Aggregate competitions, and Marksmen's badges/datebars for the top 10 in Seasons Aggregate, with Cups and Certificates going to Inter-Club and Inter-Association competitions.  ALL matches receive prize money, with the amount depending on the number of entries.


Individual Postals - Master,  A & B Grades shoot 3 x 20-shot matches,  C & D Grades, Women, Juniors, Veterans shoot 3 x 10-shot matches.

Entries close 10th July. Results are due to TSNZ by 31st July.   


Seasons Aggregate Postals - All Grades shoot 10 x 10 shot matches, with a maximum of 2 being shot in any one week over the season.

Entries close 27th July.  Results are due to TSNZ by 31st August. 


Inter-Club Postals - 3-person Club teams in Open, A & B Grades shoot 1 x 20-shot match each, and 3-person teams for C & D Grades, Women, Juniors, Veterans and Combined Teams (1 x A Grader or lower + 1 x B Grader or lower + 1 x C Grader or lower) all shoot 1 x 10-shot match each.

Entries close 10th July.  Results are due to TSNZ by 31st July.  


Inter-Association Postals - 5-person Association teams in Open, A & B Grades and Women shoot 1 x 20-shot match each, and 5-person teams for C & D Grades, Junior and Veterans shoot 2 x 10-shot matches each.

Entries close 10th August.  Results are due to TSNZ by 31st August.  CLICK HERE for the 2021 INTER-ASSOCIATION POSTAL Entry Form



Matches for each team and type of Postal entered must be shot separately - only ONE sticker can be put on any one card.

All cards MUST be held by the Club or Association as they may be called in to TSNZ for a random check.  If the card can't be produced, that shooter's score will be disallowed.

Shooters can only compete only ONCE in any team section in any one match, but they can compete in any of the different sections they qualify for.  For example, a B Grade shooter can shoot in an Inter-Club B Grade team AND a Womens Team AND a Junior Team, but she can't shoot twice in any one of those sections by combining with other shooters to make up more teams. 

Shooters MUST shoot the match as stated, eg if it says 2 x 10-shot matches, DO NOT shoot 1 x 20-shot match.  Scores from any incorrect matches will be disallowed.

Shooters MUST be affiliated to TSNZ at the time of shooting.

Any late Results CANNOT be accepted, so make sure they are sent in with plenty of time to spare, especially if snail-mailed.