Mario has now taken over as the EMAS CPO with immediate effect.
The committee would like to thank Jane Henderson-Hirst for her work as CPO for the last couple of years.
The EMAS Inter-Counties Team 720 will go ahead on 6th May 2018 at Washingborough, Lincolnshire as part of their open WA720 and H2H.
The format will be slightly different from the 2017 shoot. Counties will be asked to provide Compound and Recurve teams for the shoot in the morning. There will also be other non team archers on the field shooting in the Open WA720.
An individual Head to Head round will be shot in the afternoon, with the Open 720 round in the morning being the qualifying/ranking round.
More details will follow.
We have had a break in and arson attack at the club.
A number of beginners recurve bows were stolen and the container torched. http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/local-news/devastating-arson-attack-could-lead-326855
If you see any dodgy adverts for club type trainer bows on any of the Archery selling groups please let us know.
Ian R Payne
Please make a note in your diaries, this year’s EMAS coach conference will be on 18th November at Barnstone Village Hall (same place as last year).
The programme is being worked and will be announced nearer the date.
to book places, email Steve Attwood,EMAS RCO
The 1st EMAS Intercounties 720 and H2H is being held at Sherwood Archers on Sunday 23rd July. This is an interncounties closed match not an open event.
Any one travelling to this event should leave plenty of time as there is a Triathalon event that will be effecting the area of National Water Sports Centre – Gunthorpe Bridge, A6097 Bingham to Oxton, Southwell and back to Gunthorpe Bridge. There will be lots of diversions, no left or right turns etc.
The Triathalon is starting around 7-30
To all Level 1 Coaches are you interested in becoming a level 2 Coach,
if so then contact your CDM on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Level 2 Coach Learner information and application pack.
The Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Archery qualification has been
designed for Level 1 coaches wanting to move on from delivering
Beginners courses and taster sessions to take archers up to competition
standard or whereabouts.
This course is not designed to train performance Coaches; the latter is the
focus of County Coach.
Achievement of the qualification is normally via the combination of the
following phases: Continue reading
Congratulations to Mario Stankovic for being awarded The Ron Smith Trophy for his contribution to Archery over the last 30 years
Due to work commitments, Sue Haynes will be stepping down as EMAS Records Officer at the AGM in April. Carol Smith from Leicestershire has kindly said that she will stand for the position in April and has kindly taken over the position in a caretaking role with immediate effect until April. Continue reading