ENTRY FORM TO FOLLOW
The shoot is open to all Archers who have not yet achieved their 1st class award badge.
Bramcote Archery Club
The “2 and 3 Shoot”
Sunday 28th July 2019
The shoot is open to all Archers who have not yet achieved their 1st class
2nd Classification Archers to shoot the Short National (50/40 yards)
3rd Classification archers to shoot the Junior National (40/30 yards)
Greasley Castle Farm, Church Road, Moorgreen, Nottingham NG16 2AB
Field Captain Bernie Dicks,
Lord Patron TBA
Assembly 1PM Sighters 1.15PM
Entry Fee £5 Adults, £4 Junior
Closing date; 22nd July 2019 or when full
No Refunds will be given after
No Refunds will be given after the closing date.
Rounds: Short National and Junior National
Entries to; Bryan Haynes,
10 Harebell Gardens, Bingham, Notts, NG13 8TA
07887 633 121 email@example.com
Awards Medals awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
There will be separate awards for 2nd and 3rd class archers
Categories Longbow – Gents, Lady, Junior Gent and Junior Lady
Barebow – Gents, Lady, Junior Gent and Junior Lady
Compound – Gents, Lady, Junior Gent and Junior Lady
Recurve – Gents, Lady, Junior Gent and Junior Lady
All archers must show a valid ArcheryGB membership card when signing in to the tournament and may only shoot with proof of membership.
ArcheryGB dress regulation 307 will apply.
All archers under 18 must be accompanied by a Parent or Carer for the duration of the shoot.
Data Protection – When you enter competitions the following information may be collected and shared with tournament organisers, scoring systems and other competitors for example target lists and results may be published: First Name, Surname, Gender, Bow Style, Date of Birth/Age category, Email, Address, Phone Number, Club (and ID), County (and ID), Region (and ID), Round (unless defined by age), Disabled (Y/N), Disability info.
In accordance with GNAS Child Protection policy all wishing to take photographs or image recording must register with the Tournament Organiser.
If you are shooting all carbon arrows, you must inform the Tournament Organiser before you shoot. All arrow must be counted in and counted out.It is the Archers responsibility to ensure that all lost arrows are found before you leave the shooting ground.
Belvoir Archers cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to personal property or vehicles at this event.
Regrettably dogs are not allowed on the field.
No cars are to be parked on the side of the road due to TARMAC lorries requiring access to the TARMAC Cement Works all day. Car Parking Attendants will be on hand to park you in the shooting field behind the tent line area.