Sunday 14th August saw the 3rd and final county league shoot at Wilford Bowmen. Luckily, Hurricane Wilford stayed away, but there was a head wind during the day which did send a few tents flying in the morning whilst archers were trying to setup. Continue reading
Sunday saw the county team in action at Burton Bridge for the annual Tri-Counties match between Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Warwickshire.
The weather on the day was mixed, with sun, rain, wind – we only missed snow really! The match was hosted by Derbyshire – Burton Bridge Archers, which went smoothly and was a well run day – well done Burton Bridge Archers.
The county team fought well, with the Longbow team coming second, whilst the recurve and compunds came in third. Well done to all that shot, lets look forward to the Thoresby Trophy in September
Congratulations to Steve Attwood of Wilford Bowmen for being selected for the Notts County Team for the 25th Year.
In keeping with archery traditions of Nottinghamshire a Home Nations competition event was held in the County this weekend. Sherwood Archers had been chosen by The English Archery Federation to host the 2011 Junior Euronations Tournament, an event held … Continue reading
On Sunday 24th July Burton Joyce Archers held the East Midlands Archery Society Junior Intercounties team Tournament which saw teams of junior archers from Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestshire and Rutland, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire all competing for the Sydney Bond and Bingham Ceramics trophies. … Continue reading
The County would like to welcome yet another new club – Harworth Archers, who are based in Bircoates. The club is being run by Steve and Jan Sargent and starting their year off with a beginners course on Thursday 21st July, 7pm, at the Sports Ground, Scrooby Road, Bircoates. Continue reading
Hollie Smith (10) and Rebekah Lowe (9) took part in the Junior Fita Star and the Junior National Open Championships at Lilleshall on the weekend of 2nd and 3rd July 2011. It was a lovely weekend, with unbroken sunshine throughout and soaring temperatures. With 70 targets and over 300 junior archers competing over the course of the weekend it was an impressive sight if not a little overwhelming for two young girls who had never taken part in an Outdoor National competition before.
Shooting the Metric V round on the Saturday, Hollie shooting a Compound Bow broke the existing national record for the 15m distance with a score of 337. She also broke the existing EMAS and Nottinghamshire County Record for the round of 1291 by shooting an impressive 1345 and was awarded the Willson Trophy.
Rebekah shooting Barebow broke the existing National Records for the 20m, 15m and 10m distances and went on to further increase the National Record for the round she set last weekend at the Emas Double Fita Star, by 35 points, setting a new National, EMAS and Nottinghamshire County record for Barebow of 1053 and was awarded the Barebow Trophy.
On the Sunday, Hollie was successful in shooting a new EMAS and Nottinghamshire County Record of 1250, for the Bristol V round, giving her second place to
Lucy Mason who managed to put in a perfect score of 1296.
Rebekah found the conditions on the Sunday challenging after her Saturday performance, but managed to complete the competition, achieving a silver medal place.
Not a bad weekend for them both: 1st place, 2nd place, National, Regional and County records and in addition a purple Rose for Hollie and a purple Cross for Bekky.
Congratulations to both girls.
Congratulations to 9 year old Bekky Lowe of Burton Joyce Fletchling Archers who broke 6 national barebow records and set a new national record over the weekend whilst shooting at the EMAS FITA Star hosted by Lincoln Archers. She also was able to claim her Red and Purple English Crosses, a very good weekend for an up and coming young archer
Sat 25th June 2011
Metric V 952 National Record
15m 239 National Distance Record
Sun 26th June 2011
Metric V 1018 National Record
Double Metric V 1970 National Record
20m 253 National Distance Record
15m 249 National Distance Record
10m 299 National Distance Record
Hurricane Wilford has been downgraded to Tropical Storm Welbeck for the 2nd of the County Selection Shoots, which was also Notts v Leicester & Rutland CAA at Welbeck. DIfficult conditions were experienced by all archers, winds changing directions all day. Continue reading