Plenty of county records were broken at Bowmen of Rutland’s World Record Status WA Combined Tournament on 13th & 14th February 2016.
Thomas Marshall of Corby Archers achieved new Junior Gents Compound Under 12 county records for both the individual WA18m and WA25m rounds with 444 and 405 respectively. Meaning he also achieved a new record for the WA Combined round with 849.
Paul Hyde of Northampton AC broke the Gents Longbow records for the WA25m round with 438, the WA Combined round with 842, and set a new record for the Double WA Combined round with 1643.
And Susan Corless also of NAC broke her own Ladies Compound county record for the WA Combined round with 1138.
Targetcraft Archers are holding their 3rd Annual World Record Status WA720 Tournament, on 25th & 26th June 2016.
Rounds: World Record Status 70m, 60m-Cadets/Juniors, 50m-Compounds.
Venue West Lodge Rural centre, Desborough. Entry Form
The Entry Form is now available for the 3rd stage of this year NCAS Caswell Series, on 7th August 2016, hosted by Wicken Archery Club.
UK Record Status WA1440 & Metrics rounds.
Venue: Wicken Sports Field, Wicken.
The Chris Mason Celebration Trophy League (adults) is now 6 shoots old and we already have a few front runners, see the current top twenty table (full table available in the league section of this website).
The league was launched at the Kettering Chris Mason Memorial Indoor shoot 2015 and will end at the Northamptonshire County Outdoor Championships 2016, all County archers who take part in any open shoot throughout the County are automatically entered and the points system has been designed so that all archers can compete against each other fairly, irrespective of bow type or gender and a trophy will be presented to the winner at the County AGM. Full rules are available in the league page of this website. A junior version of the League is also being developed by Tim Bull and details will follow shortly.
To make the gathering of various scores it would be very helpful if:
1. Clubs send the results of their competitions through to the County Website ASAP
2. Archers are marked as ‘County’ on the results sheet
3. Full names are used on results sheets (as some people have the same initial and surname)