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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Jon wins Kettering Young Sportsman Award

Jon wins Kettering Young Sportsman Award

On Wednesday 31st October, at the Kettering Sports Awards Jon Bull of Kettering Archers was awarded Young Sportsman of the Year 2012. This tops off a really great year for Jon, also shortlisted for Sports Personality.

Jon now goes on to the Northamptonshire Sports Awards this Thursday 8th November. Where he will also be Joined by fellow Northants junior archer Bradley Denny of Archers of Raunds. Good luck to them both!

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Vote for Jon!!

Vote for Jon!!

Jon Bull of Targetcraft Archers has been short listed for the Kettering sports personality of the year!!

Visit Kettering Borough Council website to see the write-up and view the other candidates.

You can vote for Jon by email at: sportsawards@kettering.gov.uk and put his name in the subject box. Voting closes at Midnight on Tuesday 30th October 2012.

A win for Jon would be great for Archery in the county so get voting!

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20 Companies, 12 Sport‏s

20 Companies, 12 Sport‏s

Northamptonshire Sport instigated a programme as a part of the build-up to
the Olympics based on the year 2012. The programme is aimed at getting 20
Companies taking part in 12 sports. On the 20th June WOAC hosted, on behalf
of NCAS, an archery session for 7 companies who expressed an interest in
trying archery. Each team consisted of 4 members who were instructed in the
basics of shooting followed by a team competition. From the feedback it was
enjoyed by all and there were quite a few enquires for information about
clubs throughout the County.
 
Archery was the first sport on the programme and to date the most popular
event, equalled only by golf on team participation numbers.
The winners of the competition – 1st Northamptonshire Sport A team, 2nd YMCA
Trainers, 3rd Northamptonshire Rejects.
 
Thanks must go to WOAC club members who gave up an evening’s shooting to
help and the rest of the club who were shunted to the far side of the field.

Northamptonshire Sport

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