Trevor joined the army cadets dreaming of a shooting career but after eighteen months of crawling round on his stomach, doing drills and a bad case of nettle rash he had only one shooting opportunity with twenty rounds of .22 rim fire and so gave it up as a bad job.
Later in life he decided to revisit his childhood passion and restarted his Target Rifle shooting career, taking part in a couple of Imperial meetings in the early 1990s. Work and family commitments meant he did not shoot the Imperial until 2006 and then again in 2007 and after another short break he has not missed one since 2011. A member of Altcar Rifle Club and Huddersfield Rifle Club he has shot for Lancashire in most County competitions over the last few years and took part in his first England tour to Trinidad and Guyana two years ago (2017). Since then he has toured with the GB veterans to South Africa (2018) and is now back in the England Team, very much looking forward to this Canada Tour.