Winter Postal League

CSAA Winter Postal League Information

Information Supplied by Graham Williams

CSAA Entry Form 2016-17          Fixtures list for 2016-2017          Postal Results form (xls)   

Regulations for the Club team Postal League, Winter 2016-17, to be shot under G.N.A.S. rules.

1. The competition will be arranged in separate divisions for composite and compound bows for Seniors and Juniors over the age of 12, for Juniors under 12 years of age, and for longbows.  It will be open to Clubs affiliated to the County Association and to the archers affiliating through them.  Archers may not shoot for more than one Club.

2. The composite and compound round to be shot is 3 dozen arrows at 30 metres on the 80cm F.I.T.A. face.  For Juniors under 12 the distance will be 20 metres. There will be 2 sighter ends of three arrows each.  The longbow round will be a Warwick, shot one way; there will be one end of 6 sighters. All rounds must be shot outdoors.

3. Teams will consist of 4 archers shooting composite bows, 3 shooting longbows, and 2 archers shooting compound bows; in the Junior competitions teams will be of 3 archers.  Divisions will consist of up to 6 teams, constructed on the basis of estimated team scores.

4.  Matches will be shot once a month, from November to March, but may be shot one month in advance without advising opponents.

5. Only 1 attempt may be made per match. Teams in one discipline must all shoot on the same occasion, but compound, composite and longbows may be shot on separate occasions to allow archers to shoot in all competitions. Junior teams may shoot on separate occasions from Senior teams.

6. Scores must be returned to the Postal League Organiser within 5 days of shooting (e-mail is preferred).  Late scores will not normally be accepted. Clubs should receive results within 2 weeks of the end of the month.

7.  Divisions will be organised for Junior archers under 12 and 12-18 years of age shooting composite and compound bows, if there are entries for both. Juniors are not allowed to shoot in the same discipline for both a junior and a senior team in the same month.

8.  An award will be made to the winners of each Division.

9. Clubs may enter as many teams as they wish, but no club may have more than one team in any Division.  The entry fee for each team will be £2, and this should be sent to the Postal League Organiser. Cheques should be made payable to the County of Surrey Archery Association.  Entries and results should be sent to the Postal League Organiser by e-mail.  

CSAA Postal Results 2016-2017

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CSAA Postal Results 2015-2016

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CSAA Postal Results 2014-2015

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CSAA Postal Results 2013-2014

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CSAA Postal Results 2012-2013


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CSAA Postal Results 2011-2012

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