Summer Shooting Programme – 2022

Please arrive 45 mins. before sighters to help with the setup of the field.

The summer shoot programme is to be adhered to as there are club shoots, these are to be undertaken monthly, during the periods identified by blue.

External competitions are identified by yellow, please contact Barry Stephenson for further information about the event.

You may shoot any distance related to the primary round (metric/imperial), as long as your able to fit this in to the period of the shoot.

 DateDayPrimary Round /Shorter RoundArrows DozCommentSighter times
April
19thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
21stThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
24thSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)12.30
26thTuesImperial- American7 1/218.30
28th TThursImperial- American7 1/218.30
May18.30
1st SunSunImperial- American7 1/210.30 & 13.00
2ndBank HolImperial- American31/2 x 3 (71/2 DOZ)Redhill ArchersTBC
2ndBank HolImperial Weston4 x 4 (8 Doz)Lichfield ArchersTBC
3rdTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
5thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
8thSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
10thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
12thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
15thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
17thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
19thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
22ndSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
24thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
26thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
29thSunNO SHOOTChildren's Fair
31stTuesNO SHOOTChildren's Fair
June
2ndThursNO SHOOTChildren's Fair
5thSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
7thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
9thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
12thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
14thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
16thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
19thSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
21stTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
23rdThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
26thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
28thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
30thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
July
3rdSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
5thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
7thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
10thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
12thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
14thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
16th
17thSunNO SHOOTChildren’s Inflattables10.30 & 13.0
19thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
21stThursImperialYork/National/Warwick
24thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
26thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
28thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)
31stSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
August
2ndTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
4thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
7thSunImperialYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
9thTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
11thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
13thSatDouble 72012 (doz)Meriden-Central EnglandAM/PM
14thSunImperialJunior Open10.30 & 13.0
16thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
18thThursMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
21stSunMetric-FITA3x4(12)10.30 & 13.0
23rdTuesImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
25thThursImperialYork/National/Warwick18.30
27thSatWindsor3 x3 (9doz)NuneatonTBC
28thSunImperial-WarwickYork/National/Warwick10.30 & 13.0
30thTuesMetric-FITA3x4(12)18.30
1stThursMetric-FITA18.30
4thSunNationalMichael Buesden12.30

Club Competitions

Outdoor Season

Porter Nominated

Round: National

For: Anyone

TheWinnerIs: The archer whose in intial Pre-shoot estimate of their score comes closes to what he/she scores.

Special Rules: Archers of second class or above are not allowed to miss with their last six arrows. Other archers may miss with one except their last.

Club Shield

Round: Windsor or Albion( rotate annually)
For: Anyone who can shoot the round.
The Winner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted score.

Ray Bent

Round: 3 x six dozen rounds (legs) shot throughout the outdoor season. A mixture of Imperial and Metric rounds.

For: Anyone who shoots al lthree legs of the season.
The Winner Is: The archer who scores the highest Handicap Adjusted scores of all three legs combined.

Presidents Cup

Round: York or Hereford (rotate annually)
For: Anyone who can shoot the round.
The Winner is: He or she who makes the highest made score. No Handicaps.

Michael Buesden


Round: National
For: Competitors who shoot Long bow or American FlatBow. No Recurve or Barebows allowed.

TheWinner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted score.

Novice & Veterans

Round: National or Short Metric. (Rotate annually)
For: Novice — Archers in their FIRST FULL outdoor season.

Veterans — Archers 55 or over on the day of the shoot.

The Winner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted score. It is possible for the same person to win both.

Club Challenge

Round: Windsor or Albion (rotate annually)
For: Anyone who can shoot the round.
TheWinner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted score.

Jim Norris Frostbite Series

Round: Frostbite
For: Anyone who shoots at least four of the rounds over the season.
The Winner Is:

JimNorrisFrostbite–Archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted Score.

Jim Norris Open – Archer with the highest made score.

Outdoor Pairs

Round: Frostbite
For: Anyone who shoots at least four rounds over the season.

The winners are: The archer with the highest and lowest made scores added together, then the next highest and next lowest and so on. The winners are the archers with highest combined score.

Indoor Season

The indoor season competitions are shot on a Tuesday and Friday evening. An archer shooting on a Wednesday must state before starting to shoot if he/she is taking part in the competition that night. An archer CAN NOT shoot two rounds and submit their best score.

Chairman’s Plate

Round: Portsmouth.
For: Any archer who shoots the round.
The Winner Is: The archer with the highest made score.

Captains Cup

Round: Portsmouth.
For: Anyarcherwhoshootstheround.
The Winner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted score.

Vegas

Round: Vegas.
For: Any archer who shoots the round.
The Winner Is: The archer with the highest Handicap Adjusted Score. 

Indoor Pairs

The Winner Is: The same principle as the Outdoor Pairs above.

Round: 2 dozen arrows shot on a 40 cm face.
For: Any archer who shootsat least four separate rounds.

The Ladder competition and Grand Prix

This competition is based on beating people not scores

This is an indoor competition shot after the advertised round

To move up the ladder you must beat anybody above you on the ladder, you must shoot the same evening and the same type of face to go above someone higher than you.

You  will be shooting a 12 arrow  competition (15 for a Worcester evening)

The results must be handed in on the night 

You must score a higher score to go above someone, equal scores you do not go above them, but go directly below them

You must shoot in the last week taking your highest score fore the week

Grand prix

Every Month you will be awarded points for your position (based on the number of people on the ladder)

If you do not shoot once a month you come off the ladder for that month

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