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SCAS FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015 are combined with the Crawley tournament on the 27th & 28th June . details http://www.gnasfield.co.uk/efcrawley15.pdf
Any offers for 2016 onwards to Organiser, Peter@OvertonBlackArrows.Org
Will all Field Trophy holders, Individual or team please contact the organiser to arrange return to update and determine their whereabouts.
For the Field Championships, Counties should ensure as large a participation as possible in the various shooting styles and archers.
Team composition rules are given below.
Intercounties Field Rules for SCAS Team Trophies
The following (descending) order of seniority will be used: Compound unlimited; Compound limited; Recurve; Compound Barebow; Barebow; Traditional; American Flat bow , GNAS Longbow.
- Each team can consist of male, female, or junior boy/girl shooting from the senior pegs for their discipline.
- Archers can be pulled from a lower listed discipline, and can be used in different teams.
- County teams are made up from those entering, to ensure a minimum of two counties competing for a trophy, in a specific style, in recent years a minimum of two in each team, although this depends on entry.
The Inter Counties is usually a minimum of four archers, using the same priority process.
County of Surrey Clout Championships
22nd August 2015
Entry is now open, for more details goto csaa Clout champs page
I have added some competition information of junior only shoots
hope you all have a great year of high scores & new records
see juniors page
SHOOT NOW FULL BUT A WAITING LIST IS NOW OPEN
UK National Series 2015 Leg 3 & 4 hosted by Surrey
Saturday 11th July 2015:
The Archery GB National Series Stage 3
70/50m round (am) – Head to Head knockout (pm)
Sunday 12th July 2015:
The Archery GB National Series Stage 4
1440 round starting at 90m / 70m / 60m
62nd Surrey County Championship
62nd Surrey County Championship
see csaa shoots – csaa archery weekend
County of Surrey Archery Association
Junior Open Target Championships 2015
UK Record Status
Online entry is now open
see Junior news page
Boost your Archery (please can you share with your contacts)
To help archers access tailored coaching sessions, we have been working with ontarget clubs to pilot a new resource called Boost Archery.
It is aimed at helping clubs organise and deliver a series of coaching sessions for improvers; that could be anyone from a new member to an archer who is frustrated at their progress.
To celebrate the launch of Boost Archery we have opened a funding scheme to help 12 clubs across the UK set up and deliver their own Boost Archery course. Upon successful application, clubs will receive a grant of £350 to help with venue hire, buying equipment, coach training or any other set up costs.
The closing date for applications is 31 December 2014
Your application will be assessed and you will be informed of the outcome by 31 January 2015
For an application form and full details please visit www.archerygb.org/boost