Tournament Calendar

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Jul
28
Sun
2019
Bramcote Archery Club 2 & 3 Shoot @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Jul 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

ENTRY FORM TO FOLLOW

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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
award badge.
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  tournaments@belvoirarchers.co.uk

 

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.

 

Aug
3
Sat
2019
DCAA and Open Clout Championships 2019 @ Mercia Archers
Aug 3 @ 10:30 am – 7:45 pm

 

Derbyshire County Archery Association DCAA and Open Clout Championships 2019
UK Record & Tassel Award Status
Double One Way GNAS Clout
Saturday 3rd August 2019
Hosted by
Gresley Old Hall, Gresley Wood Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9QW Directions and online entry at www.merciaarchers.co.uk
Judges – Mario Stankovic and Janet Short Lady Paramount – Pat Jameson Tournament Organiser – Geoff Fisher geoff@egeoff.co.uk 07910 784428
Registration from 9.30am – Sighters 10.30am – to be shot in 2 details of 6 arrows Refreshments available all day
DCAA Awards
1st Lady Recurve – Trophy
1st Lady Compound – Christine Towndrow Trophy
1st Lady Longbow – Trophy
1st Junior Lady Recurve – Trophy
1st Gentleman Recurve – Trophy
1st Gentleman Compound – Ian Towndrow Trophy
1st Gentleman Longbow – The Towndrow Trophy
1st Junior Gentleman Recurve – Trophy
1st Junior Lady or Gentleman Longbow – Trophy 1st Junior (any bow type) – Wayne Towndrow Trophy Pin the Flag – The Towndrow Family Trophy Medals according to entries
Visitors Awards 1st Lady or Gentleman Recurve – The Towndrow Visitors Trophy 1st Lady or Gentleman Compound – The Invicta Trophy Medals according to entries
Notes
1. All archers must be affiliated to GNAS or a FITA member association and may be asked to produce their membership cards at registration
2. The entry form must be signed by a parent or guardian to signify their consent to their child taking part in the tournament
3. In view of the provisions of the GNAS protection of children and vulnerable adults policy, those wishing to use photographic/video equipment at this event are to register with the Tournament Organiser on arrival. No unauthorized photography will be permitted. Persons wishing not to be photographed should advise the organiser at the time of entering the competition
4. Each archer must receive instruction in Clout shooting prior to the tournament, if necessary, instruction will be given on the day before shooting starts
5. GNAS dress regulations will apply (rule 307)
6. All carbon arrows are not permitted at this venue
7. DCAA, Gresley Old Hall, and Mercia Archers do not accept any liability for personal injury, loss or damage to visitors and competitors equipment or possessions however caused
8. Tournament Results will be sent to contact email address, and posted on the Mercia and DCAA websites

Aug
17
Sat
2019
The-Battle-for-Five-Boroughs ~ Mercia Archers @ Mercia Archers
Aug 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

In 917 Æthelflæd, Warrior Queen, Lady of the Mercians, struck east at the Five Boroughs of the Danelaw; Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, Nottingham, Stamford THE BATTLE FOR
FIVE BOROUGHS
The Viking stronghold of Derby will be first to fall; join the Mercian army to chase the Viking invaders from our fair lands, and to the founding of England!
Saturday 17th August 2019 at 12pm Registration from 11am
Edward the Elder (Organiser) – Geoff Fisher Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (Lady Paramount) – Luci Mahon Entry fee £12 (seniors and juniors) to include a mid-battle feast (fish&chips), and entry into the Final Volley Battalions will be organised as follows… Longbow Traditional (wooden, non-longbow) Barebow *Sighting aids of any kind are not permitted*
The Viking cowards will be dispatched from the following distances; Seniors 4 dozen each at 140, and 100 yards Juniors (U16) 4 dozen each at 80, and 40 yards The final end at each distance will be shot in volleys
A Final Volley will be shot advancing on the assembled Viking army, the best headshot claiming the Warrior Queen’s Purse of £50
Quaffing (bar) and rations (snacks) available all day
Medieval dress (fancy or otherwise) is encouraged!
Gresley Old Hall, Gresley Wood Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote DE11 9QW
ENTRY
• Deadline for entry is Saturday 10th August or when full. Refunds on entry fees are at the discretion of the Organiser, but due to food ordering, cannot be made after the deadline
• Juniors count as U16, however seniors or juniors can shoot the closer/further distances if preferred, to add challenge or give a chance of hitting (we want you to have some sense of achievement!). However seniors shooting the junior distance, scores will not count when allocating awards
TARGETS
• We will be shooting at life-sized targets of Vikings and their longboats, made from a layered sandwich of extruded polystyrene insulation boards, carpet, and thin plywood (just like the Vikings of old…)
• The long distances shot are similar to clout archery, and so the ArcheryGB rules of shooting relating to clout safety and technique are applied. Scoring is a little more vague, and in all reality, optional
EQUIPMENT
• In keeping with the nature of this tournament (ie not damaging the targets), there are three categories of bow types allowed; Longbow, Traditional (ie any all-wood bow that is not a longbow), and Barebow (ie modern recurve without the cheating dangly bits)
• No sighting aids of any kind are allowed (eyes are permissible so long as you squint)
DRESS
• Whilst it is not a requirement, you are encouraged to enter into the ‘spirit of the thing’ by dressing appropriately for medieval battle. Note: there is no documented evidence of zombies, Elvis, or naughty nurses* in battle at any time during the middle-ages (*note to self; don’t research this at work)
FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS
• The Gresley Old Hall bar will be open throughout the day for drinks and snacks
• Halfway through the shoot we will break for feasting – please make sure you enter your choice of meal on the entry form. Meal choices cannot be changed on the day of the shoot, due to pre-ordering
• Additional meals for non-shooting guests can be ordered at a cost of £5 each. Please add meal choices and fees to the entry form, or submit online
MERCIAN LAWS
• All archers must be affiliated to ArcheryGB and may be asked to produce their membership cards
• Junior entries must be signed by a parent or guardian to signify consent to their child taking part
• In view of the provisions of the ArcheryGB protection of children and vulnerable adults policy, those wishing to use photographic/video equipment at this event are to register with the Organiser on arrival. Persons wishing not to be photographed should advise the organiser at the time of entering
• Each archer must receive instruction in Clout shooting prior to the tournament, if necessary, instruction will be given on the day before shooting starts
• Gresley Old Hall and Mercia Archers do not accept any liability for personal injury, loss or damage to visitors and competitors’ equipment or possessions however caused

Aug
18
Sun
2019
Beeston Rylands Archers “2 and 3” Shoot @ Nottingham Casuals Rugby Club,
Aug 18 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

 

The “2 and 3 Shoot”
Sunday 18th August 2019
Nottingham Casuals Rugby Club, Canalside, Beeston Rylands, Nottingham, NG9 1NG
2nd Classification Archers to shoot the Short National (50/40 yards)
3rd Classification archers to shoot the Junior National (40/30 yards)
The shoot is open to Archers who have not yet achieved their 1st class award badge.
Field Captains Richard Viaene. Kah Chung Chan, Dave Hough
Patron TBA
Assembly 1.00 PM Sighters 1.15PM
Entry Fee £5 Adults, £4 Junior
Closing date 11th August 2019 or when full
No Refunds will be given after the closing date
Rounds Short National and Junior National
Entries to FAO : Richard Viaene,
Jubilee House, Sandown Road, Derby, DE24 8SR
beestonrylandsarchers@gmail.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
ArcheryGB dress regulation 307 will apply.
All archers must show a valid ArcheryGB membership card when signing in to the tournament and may only shoot with proof of membership.
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.
Carbon Arrows No Carbon Arrows are permitted on the field for safety reason as it a shared facility. All arrows 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.
Toilets Please note that toilets are only accessible via a set of stairs as the club shares facilities with the Rugby Club. If you have any queries about access then please contact beestonrylandsarchers@gmail.com
Beeston Rylands 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, apart from Assistance Dogs wearing the appropriate bibs.

Aug
24
Sat
2019
LINCOLN ARCHERS World Record Status WA 70m, WA 50m & Cadet 60m &VI round + Junior Metric and Head to Head on Saturday @ Washingborough Playing Fields
Aug 24 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

 

Saturday 24th August 2019

 LCAS & OPEN WA 1440 & VI round + Junior Metrics on Sunday 25th August 2019

 

To be held at Washingborough Playing Field, Fen Road, Washingborough,

Lincoln, LN4 1AB

Saturday:  WA 70, WA 60, WA 50 & VI and Junior Metrics to be shot in ends of 6 arrows in 4 minutes under traffic light control, with 4 archers per boss shooting in 2 details

Compounds will be shooting on individual 80cm 6 zone faces on foam four legged bosses at 50m

Recurve will shoot on 122cm faces on foam targets at all distances

Assembly at 08.30 – Practice to  follow

Only the top 32 ranked archers of the WA70, WA60 and WA50 will go through to the Head to Head

Sunday WA 1440 and Junior Metrics shot in ends of 6 arrows in 4 minutes in the morning,                      and 3 arrows in 2 minutes in the afternoon, under traffic light control with 4 archers per boss shooting in 2 details, shooting on 122cm faces in the morning and full 80cm faces in the afternoon

Assembly at 08.30 – Practice to  follow

 Saturday COJ: Mr Richard Custance. Judges: Mr. Mario Stankovic, Mrs Margaret Marsh, Mr Mike Thomason.

Sunday COJ: Mr Mario Stankovic, Judges, Mrs Margaret Marsh, Mr Mike Thomason, Mrs Sue Hoolihan

 

Equipment inspection: Before Assembly.  Dress: GNAS Dress regulation rule 307 will apply.

 

Drug testing: Record status shoots are liable for Drug Testing. Any competitor approached to give a sample for testing MUST comply. If they refuse, that refusal will be treated as a positive result. Where an entry form contains one or more junior entries, the parent or legal guardian of each junior must countersign the entry form.

 

Awards:

Saturday 1st, 2nd, 3rd ,4th  Male, Female, compound, recurve and Male, Female Cadet recurve and junior metrics if entries permit.

Sunday  County and Open awards – 1st, 2nd, 3rd,  Male, Female, compound & recurve and Male, Female Junior metrics compound & recurve if entries permit

 

Entry fees: Saturday, Adult £15, Junior £13     Sunday  Adult £16, Junior £14

or if competing both days Adult £28.00, Junior£24. (cheques made payable to Lincoln Archers )

 

Camping and Caravanning: is available Friday and Saturday nights

Fresh water, toilets and showers are available. Fees are £5 per night.  Please indicate on the entry form which nights you require and include payment with your entry fee.

 

Closing Date: Saturday 17th August. No refunds given after this date.

 

Tournament Organiser: Mr Ian Prescott, 5 Olive Street, Lincoln, LN13HT

Email: i.prescott@ntlworld.com  Tel 01522 821420

 

Target Lists and Results, will be published on Lincoln Archers web site.

lincolnarchers.co.uk

Note: Lincoln Archers or Washingborough Community Centre members or staff cannot take any responsibility for any injury or any loss from, or damage to, any vehicle or equipment howsoever caused.

Only assistance dogs are allowed on Washingborough Playing Fields.

Aug
25
Sun
2019
LCAS & OPEN WA 1440 & VI round + Junior Metrics on Sunday 25th August 2019 @ Washingborough Playing Fields
Aug 25 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

 

Saturday 24th August 2019

 LCAS & OPEN WA 1440 & VI round + Junior Metrics on Sunday 25th August 2019

 

To be held at Washingborough Playing Field, Fen Road, Washingborough,

Lincoln, LN4 1AB

Saturday:  WA 70, WA 60, WA 50 & VI and Junior Metrics to be shot in ends of 6 arrows in 4 minutes under traffic light control, with 4 archers per boss shooting in 2 details

Compounds will be shooting on individual 80cm 6 zone faces on foam four legged bosses at 50m

Recurve will shoot on 122cm faces on foam targets at all distances

Assembly at 08.30 – Practice to  follow

Only the top 32 ranked archers of the WA70, WA60 and WA50 will go through to the Head to Head

Sunday WA 1440 and Junior Metrics shot in ends of 6 arrows in 4 minutes in the morning,                      and 3 arrows in 2 minutes in the afternoon, under traffic light control with 4 archers per boss shooting in 2 details, shooting on 122cm faces in the morning and full 80cm faces in the afternoon

Assembly at 08.30 – Practice to  follow

 Saturday COJ: Mr Richard Custance. Judges: Mr. Mario Stankovic, Mrs Margaret Marsh, Mr Mike Thomason.

Sunday COJ: Mr Mario Stankovic, Judges, Mrs Margaret Marsh, Mr Mike Thomason, Mrs Sue Hoolihan

 

Equipment inspection: Before Assembly.  Dress: GNAS Dress regulation rule 307 will apply.

 

Drug testing: Record status shoots are liable for Drug Testing. Any competitor approached to give a sample for testing MUST comply. If they refuse, that refusal will be treated as a positive result. Where an entry form contains one or more junior entries, the parent or legal guardian of each junior must countersign the entry form.

 

Awards:

Saturday 1st, 2nd, 3rd ,4th  Male, Female, compound, recurve and Male, Female Cadet recurve and junior metrics if entries permit.

Sunday  County and Open awards – 1st, 2nd, 3rd,  Male, Female, compound & recurve and Male, Female Junior metrics compound & recurve if entries permit

 

Entry fees: Saturday, Adult £15, Junior £13     Sunday  Adult £16, Junior £14

or if competing both days Adult £28.00, Junior£24. (cheques made payable to Lincoln Archers )

 

Camping and Caravanning: is available Friday and Saturday nights

Fresh water, toilets and showers are available. Fees are £5 per night.  Please indicate on the entry form which nights you require and include payment with your entry fee.

 

Closing Date: Saturday 17th August. No refunds given after this date.

 

Tournament Organiser: Mr Ian Prescott, 5 Olive Street, Lincoln, LN13HT

Email: i.prescott@ntlworld.com  Tel 01522 821420

 

Target Lists and Results, will be published on Lincoln Archers web site.

lincolnarchers.co.uk

Note: Lincoln Archers or Washingborough Community Centre members or staff cannot take any responsibility for any injury or any loss from, or damage to, any vehicle or equipment howsoever caused.

Only assistance dogs are allowed on Washingborough Playing Fields.

Fosse Company of Archers – 6th Summer Western UKRS @ Systern Rugby Club
Aug 25 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Fosse Company Of Archers

6th Summer Western
Record Status
Rounds: Western, Short Western, Junior Western, Short Junior Western
Sunday 25th August 2019
Venue: Syston Rugby Club. Barkby Road, Queniborough. LE7 3FE
Equipment checks from: 10.15am
Assembly: 11.00am
Sighters: 11.15am
Judges: Chris Evans (Judge in charge)
Geoff Malyon Phil Benson
Lady/Lord Paramount: TBA
Entry Fee: Seniors £8.50 Juniors £6.50
**Online with paypal at www.fossecompanyofarchers.uk
Cheques made payable to: Fosse Company of Archers
Closing date for entries 11th August 2019 or when full.

Oct
5
Sat
2019
Belvoir Archers Winter Windsor @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Oct 5 @ 10:45 am – 4:15 pm

 

sponsored by

Belvoir Archers 9th Winter Windsor
Saturday 5th October 2019
Belvoir Archers, Works Lane, Barnstone, Notts NG13 9JN
Judges Mark Edwards & Mario Stankovic
Lady Paramount TBA
Assembly 10.45am Sighters 11am
Entry Fee £8 Adults, £6.50 Junior
Closing date; 23th September 2019
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.

 

Oct
6
Sun
2019
Sherwood Archers Longbow Barebow – 2 way Albion and Windsor @ sherwood archers
Oct 6 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Sherwood Archers

26th Annual Longbow / Barebow Tournament Sunday 6th October 2019

 

Albion and Windsor Rounts – Two Way Shooting

Venue:       Club Ground, Maythorne Cottage Field, Lower Kirklington Road,

Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0RR (See website to download directions)

10.15am: Sherry & Cake                  10.30am:  First Arrows

 

  • Albion Round or Windsor Round: Ladies, Gentlemen & Juniors (No short rounds available)
  • Longbow or Barebow only

 

  • Two way shooting – 3 arrows per end – No Scopes -No sighters or bouncers.

 

  • Longbow & Barebow shooting for separate awards. (Barebows shoot to AGB rule 204)
  • Entries can only be accepted from AGB members
  • 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.
  • Sherwood Archers cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to equipment or personal possessions
  • Anyone wishing to take photographs must register with the Tournament Organiser on the day.
  • Anyone wishing to shoot pure carbon arrow shafts must notify the Judge in Charge before practice.

 

Entry Fee:  £9.50 Senior  £9.00 Junior

Includes sherry/fruit juice, cake and inner gold sweep at the longest distance.

Oct
26
Sat
2019
The Joyce Kiddy Memorial Shoot incorporating the Yorkshire Field Championships 2019 @ Dearne Valley
Oct 26 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

 

The Joyce Kiddy Memorial Shoot incorporating the Yorkshire Field Championships 2019
(Hosted by Dearne Valley Archery Club)
(Yorkshire Championship based on Sunday scores only) Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October 2019
Lady Paramount: Orsi Oliver

Oct
27
Sun
2019
Sherwood Archers Pie & Bean Western @ sherwood archers
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Sherwood Archers
Southwell
32nd Pie & Bean Shoot – Western Rounds
Sunday 27th October 2019

 

Venue: Club Ground, Maythorne Cottage Field, Lower Kirklington Road,
Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0RR
Sighters – 10.45am
• Appropriate rounds for juniors: please indicate age on application form. We reserve the right to move up to the next available distance if necessary.
• Anyone wishing to take photos, please register with tournament organiser.
• 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.
• Sherwood Archers cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to equipment or personal possessions.
• Anyone wishing to shoot pure carbon arrow shafts must notify the Judge in Charge before practice on the day
• Please specify any special requirements eg the need to stay on the line, dietary needs etc.
• Bacon & Sausage Cobs will be on sale in the morning. Hot & old drinks will be available to purchase allday.
• Entries can only be accepted from AGB members. ARCHERY GB CARDS MUST BE SHOWN ON THE DAY OF THE SHOOT
• Entry Fee: Adult – £9.50 -Juniors – £8.50 – includes pie and beans (archers)
includes pie and beans (a Visitors / Spectators – £3.50 includes pie and beans

The Joyce Kiddy Memorial Shoot incorporating the Yorkshire Field Championships 2019 @ Dearne Valley
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

The Joyce Kiddy Memorial Shoot incorporating the Yorkshire Field Championships 2019
(Hosted by Dearne Valley Archery Club)
(Yorkshire Championship based on Sunday scores only) Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October 2019
Lady Paramount: Orsi Oliver

EMAS Regional and Open Clout Championships @ Mercia Archers
Oct 27 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

 

EAST MIDLANDS ARCHERY SOCIETY
RECORD STATUS & TASSEL AWARD
Regional & Open Clout Championships
Hosted by
Gresley Old Hall, Gresley Wood Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9QW
Sunday 27th October 2019
LADY PARAMOUNT: to be announced
JUDGES: Janet Short, Sue Houlihan and Ted Tricker
ROUND: Double One-Way AGB Metric Clout
REGISTRATION: from 9.30a.m
SIGHTERS: 10.30am
ENTRY FEE: £8.00 all classes
AWARDS
REGIONAL: Ladies Recurve – Trophy 2nd and 3rd place medals
Gentlemen Recurve – Trophy 2nd and 3rd place medals
Ladies Compound, Barebow, Longbow – medals according to entry
Gentlemen Compound, Barebow, Longbow – medals according to entry
Highest scoring Junior overall (Recurve) Trophy – medals according to entry
Juniors shooting Compound, Barebow, Longbow – medals according to entry
VISITORS: Medals according to entry
NOTES
1. All archers must be affiliated to AGB or a FITA member association and will be asked to
produce their membership cards when signing in.
2. AGB dress regulations in accordance with rule 307 apply, and the timing of the shooting will be
to 304(f)(i) Method 2.
3. Record Status shoots will be liable to drug testing, and competitors approached to give
samples must comply; refusal will be treated as a positive result. Juniors’ entry forms must be
signed by a parent or guardian to signify their consent to their child being tested if
approached.
4. Under the provisions within the AGB Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy, those
who wish to take photographs at this event are to register with the Tournament Organiser on
arrival. Whilst every effort will be made to ensure that unauthorised photography does not
take place, AGB, The Tournament Organiser and working party cannot be held responsible for
breaches of this code. We therefore request that you report any unauthorised photography
directly to the Tournament Organiser.
5. 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.
6. Special requirements: wheelchair etc. please include this information on the entry form.
7. The EMAS, Gresley Old Hall and Mercia Archers will not be responsible for any loss or damage
to equipment or personal possessions.
8. All arrows must be detectable along their full length, except for wooden arrows for health &
safety reasons as this tournament will be shot on a shared field. The use or all carbon arrows
is not permitted at this venue. Any missing arrows should be reported to the Senior Judge and
must be found before leaving the tournament field.
9. Record and tassel claims should be made before leaving the shoot.
10. Each archer must receive instruction in clout shooting prior to the tournament; if necessary,
instruction will be given on the day before shooting starts.
11. Target list will be posted on the day. Results will be posted on Mercia Archers and EMAS
websites.
12. Cheques payable to “East Midlands Archery Society”.
13. Entries, with S.A.E. for Results lists if required, should be sent by 20th October 2019 to the
organiser: Mr Glyn Jones, 6 Pendle Avenue, Kettering, Northants, NN16 9FA

Apr
11
Sat
2020
Belvoir Archers Double WA50 and WA70m – WRS @ Belvoir Archers Ground
Apr 11 @ 7:43 pm – 8:43 pm

 

sponsored by

 

World Record Status
Double WA70m & WA50m (Compound)
Saturday 11th April 2020
Belvoir Archers, Works Lane, Barnstone, Notts NG13 9JN
Chairman of Judges Mr Mario Stankovic
Judges Mark 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 £15
Closing date; 30th March 2020 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.
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.