The 2012-2013 Pistol Division drew to a close on Friday, March 15th. Clinched a couple weeks earlier, Stamford-Richmondville became the first team to repeat Leage titles in 4 years. Congratulations to all teams and shooters who competed in the League this season. Not only are you practicing marksmanship, but you are also working hard to preserve traditions and constitutional freedoms despite a hostile environment in New York State.
Final League Standings for 2012-2013 Season
Posted Mar 17, 2013, 6:26 AM by CESRPL Statistician
We are very please to announce that the Annual Awards Banquet will be held on April 13th and our special guest will be Cliff Crouch. Cliff is the 122nd Assembly District representative to the New York State Assembly representing the home bases of half our League's shooters (Rockdale, Sidney and Walton).
an Assemblyman Cliff has been a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment.
His roots are a local Unadilla High School Graduate, Cornell University
Graduate and operator of a 180-head Dairy farm for 22 years in Chenango
County, New York. Over the years he served as a Councilman
(Bainbridge), Town Supervisor (Bainbridge) and later with the support of
his entire County to serve as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for
Chenango County. He resides in the town of Guilford which is the home
town of the Rockdale Rod and Gun Club.
The Rockdale Rod and Gun Club
is a significant pillar in the Central Empire State Rifle and Pistol
League as the home Range of both the Rockdale and Sidney Pistol Teams.
One-third of all matches fired in the League each year are fired at the Rockdale Rod and Gun Club. No club in the league is more pro-active at promoting the sport of Bullseye Pistol shooting
than Rockdale. It only seemed fitting to recruit Assemblyman Crouch as
our special guest to this year's Banquet, hosted by the Rockdale Pistol