Junior Rifle

Junior Rifle


The EESA Junior Rifle Program is open to members and to the general public.
This program is offered on Friday nights, beginning on the first Friday in January and ending at the end of April. During the 2022 Season, registrations will be accepted by email on Thursday evenings starting at 7:00 pm. Spots will be filled in the order emails are received. Relays (lines)start at 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Participants shoot their relay (line) twice, using two targets per relay.


The club provides several club owned .22 rim fire rifles for use, or individuals can bring their
own appropriate models (aperture sights are required). Participants are provided training in the safe handling and firing of firearms and can compete at various levels to obtain progressive badges. Past Junior members have competed with distinction in both the Ontario and Canada Games.


A $10 fee (per relay) includes both targets and ammunition for participants. Badge Program
memberships are $10 (per season) and include the Badge Program Competition and Awards
Night. Age limitations are 10 to 20 years of age. Certified coaches are present at each event to ensure both the safety and training of the participants.

For further information, please contact the club at (226) 927-8831 or by writing junior.rifle@eesa.ca

Covid-19 Safety Measures

  • Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth properly.
  • Hand sanitizing is to be done by each person upon entry to the Main Building and the Indoor Range building.
  • Covid-19 Screening is to be done each week for every person entering either building.
  • As per Ontario and Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) guidelines, all Participants aged 12 & over and their Parent/Guardian must present their QR Code as Proof of Vaccination to be scanned at the Registration Table.
  • The Contact Tracing log is to be filled out for every person entering, each week.
  • Any person will be asked to leave if exhibiting any symptoms (not related to other known causes or medical conditions), not wearing a mask, or not following safety protocols.
  • The kitchen will be closed at this time. No food can be consumed in either building.
  • Each Participant will be given their own safety glasses and over-the-ear hearing protection to wear (they are responsible for bringing them each week) or disposable ear plugs.
  • Disinfecting will be done by Volunteers between each relay (line).

To keep our numbers within the guidelines set out by SWPH, the following apply:

  • Only one Parent/Guardian per Participant is allowed to attend. One Parent/Guardian can attend with multiple participating children.
  • No siblings are allowed in either building, unless they are participating and have reserved a spot.
  • Additional spectators are not allowed in either building.