NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge 2024

NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge 2024

This years NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK, has already raised over £500!!!.

Many thanks to those who have so far entered and generously donated.

Sunday 14th July 2024 hosted by Towcester Archers at Towcestrians Sports Club.

For more information and to enter, visit: http://www.ncasarchery.org.uk/dawn-til-dusk-2024/

Rounds:
Windsor (inc. Windsor 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 05:30am
Western (inc. Western 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 10:30 approx
National (inc. National 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 16:00 approx
Warwick (inc. Warwick 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 18:45 approx

NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge 2024

NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge 2024

The NCAS Dawn til Dusk Challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK, will be on Sunday 14th July 2024 and hosted by Towcester Archers at Towcestrians Sports Club.

Rounds:
Windsor (inc. Windsor 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 05:30am
Western (inc. Western 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 11:30 approx
National (inc. National 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 16:00 approx
Warwick (inc. Warwick 50, 40 & 30 rounds) – sighters at 18:45 approx

For more information and to enter, visit: http://www.ncasarchery.org.uk/dawn-til-dusk-2024/

NCAS Charity Shoot

NCAS Charity Shoot

It was agreed at the NCAS county committee meeting on 22nd June, that the NCAS Charity Shoot be pushed back to take place next year.

This gives the hosts Towcester Archers, a better chance of hosting the event properly with the support of other county clubs.

The provisional date for next years event will be Sunday 21st July 2024, and it will remain a Dawn til Dusk endurance event. We will confirm this date as early as possible to give everyone looking to take part plenty of time to enter, gather sponsorship and prepare for the event.

Many thanks

Dean Edwards
Chair – Towcester Archers

A session about Disabilities

A session about Disabilities

Hello archers,

May I ask you a couple of questions please?

Do you consider yourself to have a disability, seen or hidden?

If so would you be willing to come to a session for archers who would be willing to shoot some arrows and have a chat about what archery has meant to them and their disability?

How might your sport have helped you and in what way?

The session is designed around giving Nick, who you will find on social media as Disabled Adventurer a chance to try archery and also discuss what you gain and how it helps you. He is putting together a series of videos around a number of sports to showcase how sport is more accessible than many think and how people may enjoy it.

The session is being arranged by Helen at Integr8Archery and will be hosted at Towcester Archers.

Please contact Helen at helen@integr8archery.com if you are interested or if you have any questions.

Helen Sharpe

Archery GB Youth Festival Week – Archie & Rebecca Pick Up Medals

Archery GB Youth Festival Week – Archie & Rebecca Pick Up Medals

This years Archery GB Youth Festival Week ran from 26th to 30th July. The team and individual finals were live streamed over the course of the event.

Archie Bromley of Archers of Raunds claimed Silver in the U18 Mixed Team and Bronze in the U18 Gents Team. He also claimed both golds in the Level 1 Unofficial Round Robins.

Archie was also asked to do the commentary for the live stream on Saturday’s finals afternoon giving him experience of public speaking and gaining confidence.

Rebecca Stevens of Towcester Archers claimed Silver in the U21 Ladies Team event.

Many congratulations to them both!

The full results can be found on ianseo.net