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Katy Lipscomb, the SCAS Judging Liaison Officer, has written a document to try and give some general guidance and answer some questions you might have about going to competitions.
The Coaches and Judges thought it would be useful for everyone - whether new to the sport of if you just have a few questions.
The Document can be downloaded from Coaching & Judging -> First Tournament - A Rough Guide
The results of the 9th Raydon Hall Soup Shoot have been published on the Results page.
See Tournaments and Records -> Results and select Club Results
Updates to the County Selection dates published which include details of the 3-way Inter Counties Match to be shot at Noak Hill on 22nd September.
Full details of the selection policy and cut-off dates for scores to be sent in are on the County Team Page
One of the members of the Blue Arrows Archery Club had all his equipment stolen from his car.
The items are:
Rio Magnesium Riser. Colour Gold
SF Archery Limbs 32lbs
8 x Carbon Alloy Arrows with blue and orange fletching.
Avalon Classic bow case. Colour Grey
Cartel Expert Sight.
These were taken on Tuesday night.
Please keep your eyes peeled and lets see if we can help get this archer their gear back .
Quick reminder that the Noak Hill Westerns are on Saturday 25th May.
Full details are here: http://ecaa.org.uk/event/noak-hill-westerns-rs/
With the suggestion of Alex Purser and the arrangement by Wendie, Alan Munson the ECAA President, was asked if he could present The Graham Sibley Memorial Trophy to Julie Bishop at assembly at the Mayflower Fun Shoot earlier this month..
This award was so richly deserved and not only a proud moment for Mayflower Archers but for me too. This was a surprise to Julie as she had no idea which that made it even more special.
For Mayflower Archers.