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Jun
20
Sun
2021
EAST MIDLANDS ARCHERY SOCIETY Senior, Junior & Open Target Championships 2021 @ Mercia Archers
Jun 20 @ 09:00 – 18:15

EAST MIDLANDS ARCHERY SOCIETY
Senior, Junior & Open Target Championships 2021
UK record status & Rose award
Rounds
UKRS – York, Hereford & Bristol 1 to 5
Non UKRS – Long National & National
Date
Sunday, 20th June, 2021 at 9:00am
Location
Mercia Archers, Gresley Old Hall Community Welfare Centre, Gresley Wood Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 9QW
Tournament Organisers
Ian Holden & Derek Jameson
Lady Paramount – Caroline Cater
Judges
Janet Short, Andrea Hammond, Margaret Marsh, Ted Tricker
Entry fees
York/Hereford £10.50 Senior. Bristol £7 Junior.
Nationals £

Burton Joyce Archers WRS Double WA50 WA60 and WA70m ~ ONLY 2 BAREBOW PLACES LEFT 19/4/21 @ Burton Joyce Archers
Jun 20 @ 19:13 – 20:13

SHOOT FULL APART FROM 2 BAREBOW 50M SPACES  ~ 19/4/21

 

Burton Joyce Archers
WORLD RECORD STATUS
Burton Joyce Archers 2nd Summer Open Shoot
Double WA 70m
Double WA 60m
Double WA 50m
Sunday 20th June 2021
Venue: Burton Joyce Archers, Poplars Sports Ground, Station Road,
Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire NG14 5AN
ENTRY FEE: Double Round £15.50
Assembly – 8.30am Practice – 8.45am Start – 9.30am
Judge in Charge: Mario Stankovic

Jun
27
Sun
2021
Sherwood Archers National Rounds @ sherwood archers
Jun 27 @ 10:00 – 13:21

 

DOUBLE NATIONAL ROUND

Sunday 27th June 2021

 

Venue: Sherwood Archers Field, Maythorne Cottage Field, Lower Kirklington Road,

Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0RR            Opposite Norwood Park Golf Club.

 

Round: National in the morning followed by a National in the afternoon.

4 dozen at 60 yards – 2 dozen at 50 yards (repeated in the afternoon)

(Junior distances according to age and bow type).

 

Entry Fees:

Seniors: £9.50            Juniors: £8.50

 

Sighters:         10.00am  

 

Judge in Charge:   Mario Stankovic            Lady Paramount/Patron: Will be announced on the day.

Tournament Organiser: Mrs Susan Stankovic

 

  1. AGB Dress regulations will apply all day. Rule 307
  2. Anyone wishing to take photographs must register with the tournament organiser on the day.
  3. 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 list and results may be published: First name, Surname, Gender, Bow Style, DOB/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.
  4. Sherwood Archers cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to equipment or personal possessions.
  5. Directions may be found on our website: www.sherwood-archers.org.uk
  6. Anyone wishing to shoot Pure Carbon Arrow shafts must notify the Judge in Charge before sighters on the day of the shoot.
  7. Proof of AGB membership will be requested on the day.
  8. Please note that this year we will not be serving our usual Bacon & Sausage cobs so please bring any food and drink you require to keep you sustained for the day. It is unlikely that our clubhouse will be open, but the toilets will be.
  9. Due to the restrictions regarding how we set up the tent line NO gazeboes or large tents will be allowed.
  10. Please specify any special requirements on the entry form e.g. the need to stay on the line etc.
  11. You will be expected to abide by the following Covid 19 information:
  • If you or any member of your household has any symptoms of the Covid 19 virus then you must not attend the competition
  • If you or any member of your household has been to the competition and then has any symptoms of the Covid 19 virus then you must notify me asap.
  • We remind you that you are expected to maintain the 2 metre social distancing rules wherever possible and to wear a face mask when this is not possible and when using the toilets.
  • When at the targets for scoring please use gloves were possible and pull only your own arrows
  1. Closing date for entries is 20th June 2021 or when full. No refunds for cancellations will be given after the closing date.
  2. Please send completed entry form and fee to the Tournament Organiser, Mrs Susan Stankovic, 82 Lower Kirklington Road, Southwell, Notts. NG25 0DP. (all email entries must be followed up by an entry form and payment in the post unless the entry is paid by PayPal) Telephone entries will not be accepted but enquires to: 01636 814494. Email: stankovicsusan1@gmail.com Please make cheques payable to: SHERWOOD ARCHERS, or pay by PayPal >Send Money>treasurer@sherwoodarchers.org.uk  This would be our preferred method of payment under the current circumstances.
Aug
7
Sat
2021
DCAA and Open Clout Championships 2021 @ David Nieper Academy,
Aug 7 @ 10:00 – 18:00

 

DCAA and Open
Clout Championships
Saturday 7th August 2021
Proudly hosted by
The Clout Collective
Online entry at
www.thecloutcollective.co.uk
Lady Paramount – Yvonne Long
Judges – Janet Short, Mario Stankovic
Organisers – Geoff Fisher, Darren Barker, Glyn Jones
Double One-Way Metric Clout
Tassel Award Status & UK Record Status
Assembly 10.15am – Sighters 10.30am
To be shot in 2 details of 6 arrows
Seniors £8, Juniors £4
● All archers must be affiliated to ArcheryGB and may be asked to produce their
membership cards at registration
● Junior entries must be signed by a parent or guardian
● All carbon arrows must be counted in and out by the judges
● Those wishing to use photographic/video equipment at this event are to register upon
arrival. Persons wishing not to be photographed should advise the organisers at the time
of entering the competition
● Each archer should sign the entry form to confirm “I have received instruction in Clout
shooting prior to this tournament”. If necessary, instruction will be given on the day
● ArcheryGB dress regulations will apply (rule 307)
● The venue does not permit smoking, vaping, or alcohol; only support dogs on site
● The Clout Collective and venue accept no liability for personal injury, loss or damage to
visitors and competitors equipment or possessions however cause

Aug
15
Sun
2021
Merlin Field Archers Open Marked WA Field UKRS @ Mrelin FIELD course
Aug 15 @ 08:26 – 09:26

 

 

Merlin Field Archers
(and Paradox Archers)
OPEN MARKED WA FIELD
UK RECORD STATUS
Date: Sunday 15th August 2021
Venue: Merlin Melbourne Rd, Ashby-de-la-Zouch LE65 1RS, UK
(Map to be issued with the Target List)
Round: WA Marked Field Round
Lord/
Lady Paramount: TBC
Chairman of Judges: Andrew Leadbetter
Judges: Andy Stanford and A N Other
Programme: Assembly at 10.00am – Start shooting 10:30am Practice Targets
available from 9.00am.
Entries: The closing date for entries is 8th August 2021 – spaces limited to 96 archers.
Entry Fees £12 Senior, £8 Junior. Cheques payable to “Merlin Field Archers”
Bank Details for email entry available upon request
Archery GB Membership Cards will be required to be shown for insurance purposes.
Archery GB Dress regulations do not apply – please dress appropriately for the
weather – bright colour is recommended for a field shoot
Directions: Will be issued in the week prior to the shoot with the Target List.
Awards: will be made as follows:.
Medals will be awarded in each recognised Archery GB division on an Open basis, and will be
dependent on the number of entries in the division.
 1 or 2 entries – 1 medal
 3 to 4 entries – 2 medals
 5 or more entries – 3 medals
Shoot format and course: The course will comprise 24 targets (The Merlin course has 28
targets, but only 24 will be used)
All Juniors may shoot the appropriate peg for their age and bow class, or may shoot from a
colour of peg that is of greater distance than that specified. For the awards all Juniors age groups
will be taken together in each division.
The pegs for each classification and age group will be as follows:
 Senior Recurve and Compound Limited and Unlimited will shoot RED pegs
 Senior Barebow, Traditional, Longbow and American Flat Bow will shoot BLUE pegs
 Juniors (both Boys and Girls) to shoot the appropriate pegs as follows:
o Recurve Freestyle Juniors – U18 Red Pegs, U15 Blue Pegs U12 White Pegs
Barebow, Traditional, Longbow, American Flat Bow and Compound
Barebow Juniors – U18 Blue Pegs, U15 Blue Pegs U12 White Pegs
o Compound Limited and Unlimited Juniors – U18 Red Pegs, U15 Red Pegs U12
White Pegs
All butts on the course will be layered foam.
Refreshments: Hot and cold refreshments will be available to purchase and this will again be
confirmed on the Target List
Drug testing: ‘Record Status Shoots will be liable for drug testing and competitors approached to
give samples must comply: If they refuse, that refusal will be treated as a positive result. The
signature of a Parent or Legal Guardian consenting to a junior archer being tested for drugs is
required if they will not be attending (NOTE This must be Parent or Legal Guardian – a senior
archer accompanying the child cannot give this consent.). An address should also be provided
where they can be contacted in case of problems. (See Entry Form)
Photography: Forms will be available for completion on the day for registering the name and
contact details of anyone wishing to use photographic/filming equipment (including mobile phone
cameras).
ENTRY FORM
MERLIN FIELD ARCHERS OPEN WA FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2021
Club: …………………………………………………………….
Title Name Jun.DOB Peg Colour Archery GB No. Bow Type Fee
I agree to my child undertaking a test for drugs if they are approached at this tournament.
Signed, Parent/Legal Guardian. (delete as appropriate)
Signed: …………………………………………………………. Date: ………………………………..
Name: …………………………………………………………….
Please send entries with cheques (made out to Merlin Field Archers) to: Ash Cowie, 42 The Meadows,
Shepshed, LE12 9QN Email: chair@merlinfieldarchers.co.uk Mob: 07817482909
Bank Details for entries available on request.
Please give contact details in case of changes.
Phone contact number…………………………….. E-mail…………………………………………..
GUIDANCE NOTES FOR THOSE ACHERS WHO HAVE NOT SHOT FIELD BEFORE
AND GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS:
On arrival please register at the Merlin Archers Club House and present your equipment to the
Judges for inspection.
There will be practice available from 9.00 am to 10.00 am with targets close to the Car Park and
Club House.
Archers will be divided into groups of four and allocated to a starting target. Following assembly
and introductions groups will then proceed to starting points and start shooting on the whistle at
10.30am.
You will need to take all the equipment you need with you including spare arrows.
Shoot from as close to as practically possible behind the shooting line (this being an imaginary
line drawn through the shooting peg parallel to the target), the colour peg being as appropriate to
your Class and Junior Age, as outlined on the entry form. The distances will be on the pegs.
Please start scoring on the appropriate target number on your scoresheet. There will be two sets
of scoresheets, which are to be completed by two different archers in each group and the target
and running totals should be compared and checked by those scoring after each target.
We will shoot the course as one continuous round with refreshment breaks as you pass the Club
House. The two archers list first in each group will be the first pair and the second two the
second pair. The first listed archer in each pair will stand on the left of the peg and second in
each pair to the right. Pairs will alternate shooting first on each target. If there is a group of three
then the single archer will shoot from the left of the peg unless they agree otherwise at the start
of shooting. Archers shoot from the same side of the peg on all targets.
Three arrows are to be shot at each target. Please note that all arrows are to have the archer’s
name or initials.
The distances (in metres) and associated target face sizes in centimetres are as follows for each
of the two 12 target units:
Number of
Targets
Diameter of
Field Faces in
cm.
Distance in metres
White Post(s) Blue Post(s) Red Post(s)
3 20 5 – 7 – 10 5 – 10 – 15 10 – 15 – 20
3 40 10 – 15 – 20 15 – 20 – 25 20 – 25 – 30
3 60 15 – 20 – 25 30 – 35 – 40 35 – 40 – 45
3 80 20 – 25 – 30 40 – 45 – 50 50 – 55 – 60
The 80cm and 60 cm faces will be a single face on the butt, the 40 cm with have 4 faces arranged
in 2 columns of 2, and the 20cm faces will be arranged as 4 columns of 3. On the 40 cm faces the
first archer up on the left shoots all of their arrows at the top left face, the first archer up on the
rights shoots the top right face, the second archer on the left shoots the bottom left face, and the
second archer on the right shoots the bottom right face. On the 20 cm faces the first archer on the
left shoots one arrow into each of the first column of faces, in any sequence, the first archer up
on the right, the third column, the second archer up on the left, the second column and the second
archer up on the right, the forth column. Where an archer has 2 arrows in one of the 20 cm faces
the lower value is to be scored.
Please try to resolve any questions of line cutters, bouncers etc within your group (for bouncers,
shoot another arrow) and if agreement cannot be reached, call one of the Judges. There are two
score sheets per group and in case of discrepancy the lower score will prevail. Correct any
mistakes before the arrows are drawn and both archers and scorer are to initial the changes which
should be validated by a Judge when you next see one on the course. Scoring:
Inner yellow zone Score 6
Outer yellow zone Score 5
Inner black zone Score 4
Next black zone Score 3
Next black zone Score 2
Outer black zone Score 1
Miss Score 0, mark M
In case of a lost arrow, search for a few minutes then move on. You can also search after the
event. Do not stray too far from the target or you may enter the overshoot area from another
target. Always leave an archer in front of the target whilst searching, to stop the next group from
shooting before the target is clear. Do not overtake the group in front. If any equipment or arrows
are found, please hand these in to the organisers at the first suitable opportunity.
Please do not retrace your footsteps, only leave the course at a safe point following the direction
arrows. At certain points on the course there may be safety warning signs and safety barriers,
which archers should not cross.
In case of equipment failure, the other archers in the group should shoot and score and then you
may have up to 30 minutes to resolve your problem. Other groups may shoot through. Rejoin as
soon as practical to shoot your remaining arrows and then your group should continue round the
course.
Only take a break as you pass the Club House or half way station.
At the end of the shoot please check, sign and hand in both copies of the score sheets to the
Organiser.
Enjoy your shooting.

Oct
23
Sat
2021
The Clout Collective Autumn Clout & EMAS Clout Championships 2021 @ David Nieper Academy,
Oct 23 @ 10:00 – 10:15

 

EMAS Clout Championships 2021
Saturday 23rd October
Online entry at
www.thecloutcollective.co.uk
Lady Paramount – Luci Mahon
Judges – Janet Short, Mario Stankovic
Organisers – Geoff Fisher, Glyn Jones, Darren Barker
Double One-Way Imperial Clout
Tassel Award Status & UK Record Status
Assembly 10.15am – Sighters 10.30am
To be shot in 2 details of 6 arrows
Seniors £8, Juniors Free
● All archers must be affiliated to ArcheryGB and may be asked to produce their
membership cards at registration
● Junior entries must be signed by a parent or guardian
● All carbon arrows must be counted in and out by the judges
● Those wishing to use photographic/video equipment at this event are to register upon
arrival. Persons wishing not to be photographed should advise the organisers at the time
of entering the competition
● Each archer should sign the entry form to confirm “I have received instruction in Clout
shooting prior to this tournament”. If necessary, instruction will be given on the day
● ArcheryGB dress regulations will apply (rule 307)
● The venue does not permit smoking, vaping, or alcohol; only support dogs on site
● The Clout Collective and venue accept no liability for personal injury, loss

Jul
16
Sat
2022
Belvoir Archers Double WA50 and WA70m – WRS applied for (2022) @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Jul 16 @ 19:43 – 20:43

ENTRY FORM TO FOLLOW

 

World Record Status

Double WA70m &  WA50m (Compound & Barebow)

Saturday 16th July 2022

 

Belvoir Archers, Works Lane, Barnstone, Notts NG13 9JN

 

Chairman of Judges      TBA

Judges                         TBA

 

Lady Paramount            TBA

 

Session 1                      Assembly 8.30             Practice 8.45 – 9.30        start 9.30

Session 2                      Assembly 12.45            Practice 13.00 – 13.45   start 13.45

Session 2 timings are dependent on session 1 but will not start before the stated times

 

 

Entry Fee                      Double round £17

 

Closing date;                1st July 2022 or when full.  No refunds after this date.

Target List:                   A preliminary target list will be available on the                                                    Belvoir Archers and EMAS web site 3 days before                                             the shoot starts.

 

Entries to;                     Bryan Haynes,

10 Harebell Gardens, Bingham, Notts, NG13 8TA

 

Telephone:                    07887 633 121

 

Email:                           tournaments@belvoirarchers.co.uk

 

Medals awarded for Ladies, Gents and Juniors for Recurve, Compound, Barebow and Longbow according to entry.

 

No Awards for Single Session

 

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 ArcheryGB 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.

 

Drug testing. The World Record Status Shoot will be liable for drug testing, competitors approached to give samples must comply as refusal will be treated as a positive result. Parents/legal guardian of competitors under the age of 18 must sign the entry form giving consent to drug testing if required.

 

Regrettably dogs are not allowed on the field unless they are assistance dogs wearing the appropriate working bibs.

 

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.

 

Refreshments will be available from 7-30am until end of the lunch break.

sponsored by

 

 

Aug
20
Sat
2022
Belvoir Archers Summer Windsor ~ NON RECORD STATUS (2022) @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Aug 20 @ 10:45 – 16:15

 

ENTRY FORM TO FOLLOW

 

sponsored by

Belvoir Archers 10th Summer Windsor
non  Record Status
Saturday 20th AUGUST 2022
Belvoir Archers, Works Lane, Barnstone, Notts NG13 9JN
Judges TBA
Lord Patron TBA
Assembly 10.45am Sighters 11am

Entry Fee £9.50 Adults, £7 Junior
Closing date; 7TH  July 2022

No Refunds will be given after the closing date.

Target List: A preliminary target list will be available on the Belvoir Archers and EMAS web site 3 days before the shoot starts.
Round: Non Record Status Windsor, no shorter rounds will be shot.
Shooting Method 2 – Timed Ends shooting 6 arrows
Entries to; Bryan Haynes,
10 Harebell Gardens, Bingham, Notts, NG13 8TA
07887 633 121
Email: tournaments@belvoirarchers.co.uk
Awards Trophies for 1st, Place, Medals 2nd and 3rd Place
Trophies hand made by Maurice Clarke
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.
Drug testing. The World Record Status Shoot will be liable for drug testing, competitors approached to give samples must comply as refusal will be treated as a positive result. Parents/legal guardian of competitors under the age of 18 must sign the entry form giving consent to drug testing if required.
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.

 

Sep
17
Sat
2022
Belvoir Archers 10th Winter Windsor (2022) @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Sep 17 @ 10:45 – 16:15

 

ENTRY FORM TO FOLLOW

 

 

sponsored by

Belvoir Archers 10th Winter Windsor

Saturday 17th September 2022

 

Belvoir Archers, Works Lane, Barnstone, Notts NG13 9JN

 

Judges                         Mario Stankovic

 

Lady Paramount            TBA

 

Assembly                      10.45am            Sighters            11am

 

Entry Fee                      £9.50 Adults, £7 Junior

 

Closing date;                 5th September

No Refunds will be given after the closing date.

Target List:                   A preliminary target list will be available on the                                                    Belvoir Archers and EMAS web site.

 

Round:                         Windsor, no shorter rounds will be shot.

Shooting Method 2 – Timed in ends of 6 arrows

 

Entries to;                     Bryan Haynes,

10 Harebell Gardens, Bingham, Notts, NG13 8TA

07887 633 121

tournaments@belvoirarchers.co.uk

 

Awards                         Trophies for 1st,  Place, Medals 2nd and 3rd Place

Trophies hand made by Maurice Clarke

 

 

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

Junior Overall Handicap Adjusted

Senior Overall Handicap Adjusted

 

 

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.

 

Drug testing. The World Record Status Shoot will be liable for drug testing, competitors approached to give samples must comply as refusal will be treated as a positive result. Parents/legal guardian of competitors under the age of 18 must sign the entry form giving consent to drug testing if required.

 

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.