Ross McQuillan

Ross learned his shooting at Belfast Royal Academy and the University of Edinburgh. This is his 7th Great Britain tour. He is the current Ireland National Match Captain, and has been shooting for Ireland since 1995, gaining a total of 33 National and Mackinnon match appearances to date. He has toured New Zealand, Germany, South Africa, the USA and the Channel Islands with either Ireland or GB, was a member of the GB teams which won the 2007 and 2012 Palma Matches and represented Northern Ireland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. 

In individual competition Ross won the St George's Prize in 2006, the Canadian Silver Cross in the same year and the Canadian Silver Medal in 2012 and has won the Irish Open Championship three times.

Ross is a property manager at Broadgate in the City of London.  When not at work or on the range, he enjoys making a mess in the kitchen, a taste of whiskey (or whisky), cycling, watching football and rugby, and his daily (and occasionally victorious) battle with the Guardian crossword.