Susan Wins 2019 Northampton Sport Awards Local Sportswoman

Susan Wins 2019 Northampton Sport Awards Local Sportswoman

Congratulations to Susan Corless of Northampton Archery Club, for winning Northampton Sport Awards Local Sportswoman of the Year for the third year in a row, at The Guildhall in Northampton on 16th October.

Susan won this years award against some tough competition, after being shortlisted for the 5th year running. The award highlights yet another great year for Susan, who won a team silver medal at the Berlin stage of the Archery World Cup in July. Winning the British Target Championships in August, and also qualified for the Archery GB National Tour finals in October.

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Susan Wins Northamptonshire Sportswoman of the Year 2018

Susan Wins Northamptonshire Sportswoman of the Year 2018

Congratulations to Susan Corless of Northampton Archery Club for becoming Northamptonshire Local Sportswoman of the Year 2018. She has won the award for the second year running. This follows on from winning the award for Northampton Local Sportswoman of the Year just last month.

Well done also to Jack Sharpe from Wellingborough OAC, who was shortlisted for Disabled Sportsperson of the Year. Unfortunately he didn’t win the overall award, but it’s really great to have had two county archers in the running for these local awards.

The programme for the event can be found here: 2018 Northamptonshire Sports Awards. Susan’s category is on page 16 and Jack’s is on page 10.

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We’ve Won ArcheryGB Website of the Year!

We’ve Won ArcheryGB Website of the Year!

Our website has won the ‘ArcheryGB – County & Regional Website of the Year’ award!

County archer and webmaster Dean Edwards, built and maintains the current site.

“This is a fantastic achievement and Dean should be extremely pleased with the results of all his hard work and the recognition from Archery GB” Glenn Taylor County Chairman

Dean himself says about the website: “It’s great for the county to get this award. I think the site reflects the county well and hopefully it’s a useful tool for communication and information to Northants archers. As with all things digital, technology and web development moves on quite quickly. I’m hoping to develop the site further over the next few months and make it more mobile friendly and bring it right up to date with social media etc. Any ideas or suggestions for how we might improve the website are always welcome.”

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