I would like to thank everyone who helped at the have a go at Woolaton. We gave over 500 people the chance to try archery and raised over £1000 for clubs and the County, as well as coaching Robin Hoods and helping Chris White just before his bronze medal match. Continue reading
Status: This is a Nation Record Status & Rose Awards Tournament. It is a closed shoot for EMAS county teams only; individual entries will not be accepted.
Round: Male archers will shoot the York Round; female archers may shoot the Hereford Round.
Date & Time: Sunday the 6th September 2015; assembly 09:15 for sighters 09:30. Archers not registered before assembly will not be allowed to make up any ends they have missed. Continue reading
The results for the 2015 Tri- Counties match – Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire v Warwickshire is attached
The results of the 2015 Nottinghamshire v Shewood in Oregon are below as are the full results of the 2015 Nottinghamshire League
Senior Recurve: Sherwood – 12916 Nottingham – 12203
Junior Recurve: Sherwood – 5843 Nottingham – 4418
Compound: Sherwood – 13656 Nottingham – 13503
Longbow: Sherwood – 3570 Nottingham – 3043
Master Recurve: Sherwood – 5840 Nottingham – 5358
Master Compound: Sherwood – 6458 Nottingham – 4722
Master Longbow: Sherwood: no team Nottingham: 1418 (3 members)
click on the links below for full breakdown
CALLING ALL NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COACHES
SATURDAY 12th SEPTEMBER 2015 Continue reading
HURRY – only 3 spaces left as at 17th August 2015
Mario is planning to run a Level 1 coaching course in Nottinghamshie (venue likely to be at Barnstone Village Hall – Belvoir Archers) early in the new year 2016. It is an open course, not restricted to Nottinghamshire. Continue reading
The third and final leg of this year’s Notts League will be held at Highfields Sports/Beeston Hockey Club on University Boulevard (NG7 2PS) on Sunday 9th August, with sighters at 10.30. Continue reading
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Sebastian Flute G Fibre foam Plus limbs 68” 34lb @ 28” Continue reading
As you all will be aware by now AGB have been successful in obtaining a £100,000 grant from Sport England to develop archery in Nottinghamshire. As part of that funding Nottinghamshire Archery Society been given £6,000 to reduce the number of archers leaving our clubs each year. Continue reading