St Andrew’s Day Tournament
Wed 27 Nov 2019 – All Archers
Set Up :18:00
Round : Portsmouth
Admission accepted by submission of a
St. Andrew’s Day Score Sheet, available on the evening
Normal Boss fees will apply, results will be published in the Members area .
Points collected from this tournament can be used as part All Saints’ Challenge.
As the nights draw in Archery GB has made amendments
to the Rule of Shooting and in particular to the Indoor Rules.
The Worcester round can now be shot on other colour faces subject to the scoring rings being the same size or a new five centre and x-ring face, with new associated rules related to what happens in the even of a tie.
The new round is a Vegas 300, 30 arrows shot at 40cm triangle target at 20yds, with the first detail of archers now shooting at the lower target first.
Full details of the updates are on the Archery GB News Page and the Rules of Shooting can be download, all alteration are in blue. [external links]
Remembrance Day Open
Double One-Way Imperial Clout – UKRS & Tassel Status
Sun 10th Nov 2019
Downs School, Wraxall, North Somerset.
11:00 2 Minutes Silence
Prospectus & Official Entry Form
In support of the Soldiers Sailors Airmen Families Association (SSAFA) Charity
46th Indoor Championship
Record Status Shoot
Hutton Moor Leisure Centre
Sunday 16th February 2020
(choice of morning of afternoon session)
Round : WA 18
Hilary (SCAA) is running both the Indoor and outdoor postal tournaments again this year.
If you want to participate, all you need to do is shoot a Portsmouth and/or Frostbite round each month and pass your best scores to Jim Denman (indoor) or Colin Litster (outdoor).
Each month they will collate Team Scoresof four seniors or three juniors archers to Hilary who will publish running totals.
The school has contacted us to say that the venue is now available.
So Archery will take place at the Downs School on Sunday 6 October whether wet or dry, assuming that you have renewed your membership.
See Membership page for full details. If you have not done so you do need to do it today.
Watch World Class archery this coming weekend, 28-29 September.
Did I mention it was FREE ? There isn’t even a bridge fee to hold you back.
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