Sunday 28th September 2014 shooting a :National and a Short Metric I for the Selby league, as well as a Warwick and some 252s. Congratulations! You can see all the scores here.
Thursday 25th September 2014 shooting a Plymouth. Not much apparently happening, but for many members this is their second scoring indoors this season and next week we should start to see new and confirmed indoor classifications. Congratulations! You can see all the scores here.
Sunday 21st September 2014 shooting a :National, Half Metrics and 252s. Apologies for the late report, the club records officer was away at a coaching course and only got the score sheets on Thursday. Congratulations! You can see all the scores here.
The Royston Crow ran a very nice article on our recent successes in the County Western.
Thursday 18th September 2014, our first shoot of the indoor season. We were pretty much set up and ready to go by 6:30, and shot the normal Plymouth round. You can see all the scores for the day here.
…and we’re doing really well! You can see all the details on the Selby Summer League Page. Recurve A Beat Archers of Raunds A team. After winning all four matches so far, our recurve A team remains top of their division in both points and total score. Recurve B Beat Archers of East Riding… Read more »
Sunday 14th September 2014, shooting 252s while a couple of our members were at the Kestrels Double National. Congratulations! You can see all the days scores here.
Sunday 7th September 2014. A wonderfully warm sunny afternoon at Bishops Stortford, though it had rained in the morning making it quite muggy. We did really well this year, picking up six medals in total. Left to right: Jack “it’s pronounced ‘core’” Corps won Gents 3rd Class Recurve. Phil Chambers… Read more »
Sunday 7th September 2014 shooting mainly 252s. Apologies for the late report, many of our members, including the club records officer, were off shooting at the County Western on this day, and at the Kesterels Double National the next week, and so the scorecards were all held up. Nonetheless the… Read more »