On Sunday 24th March – the County entered the EMAS Inetercounties Clout with the county being represented in all 4 bow styles, the first time for a number of years. Continue reading
As in previous years we are running the League and Oregon Challenge shoots together again this year. Below are details for this year. Continue reading
YAA have a course registered in York running June 8,9,22 and assessment Sept 7th
We set it up for the unis in York but the 9 students have all either dropped out or simply not responded to any emails
Dave Shaw is the course organiser I am the tutor and we now have 8 places to fill. If you have anyone looking for a course sooner rather than later please pass details on. Fee is £250
Contact me in the first instance if interested
EAST MIDLANDS ARCHERY SOCIETY
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE OF THEIR
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY 27th April 2019 Continue reading
Congratulations to the following archers who have been selected to shoot in the County Team at the EMAS Intercounties Clout on Sunday 24th March at Kettering Archers. Continue reading
Congratulations to the following county archers who have qualified to shoot against L&RCAA on Sunday 26th May hosted at Welbeck Archers
The round will be a York / Hereford Continue reading
The target list for the 2019 Indoor County Championships is attached below.
3rd March November 2019 Venue: Barnestone Village Hall, Barnestone, Main Road, Nr Bingham, NG13 9JG (The postcode is for the Village Hall and adjacent housing and may point you to Park Road in Barnestone. The Village Hall is part way between Park Road and Works Lane.) Date: 3rd March 2019 Bring: Lunch and a mug for hot drinks (and a cliniband or similar, just in case) Cost: As this conference is being subsidised by EMAS, there is no cost for EMAS coaches to attend. Parking: There are two disabled parking spaces at the Village Hall. There is on-street parking. Please park considerately (you may wish to consider car sharing). Provisional Programme – to be confirmed: 09:30 – 10:00 Arrival and registration How to coach longbow archers – Dean Hirst Lunch Enhancing confidence in your archers – Erin Prior Shooting a compound – Kath Fitzpatrick Finish Refreshments: Hot water, tea and coffee will be available. Please bring your own mug! Coaches will need to bring food. Register: Although there is no cost for this event coaches will need to register in order that numbers can be managed. Confirmation of attendance to be sent to Steve Attwood at email@example.com , please include your mobile number. Certificates: Certificates of attendance will be provided by email after the event. Organiser: Steve Attwood, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07871 096707
Yesterday the team were in action against Lincolnshire shooting a Portsmouth Round hosed by Sherwood Archers, a postponed match from July.
The Senior team was selected from those who shot the WA18 round in November at Sherwood Archers.
A number of the team shot through colds/flu/coughing however, everyone managed to finish the shoot.
We had 3 new members to the County Team this year ~ Martin Voce, Stefe Huff and Steve Pepper whilst Liam Wright shot for the Senior Team for the first time as he is now an adult. Welcome to you all.
George Tohovtis, Kah Chung Chan, Liam Wright, Bryan Haynes and Paige Jones
Ollie Hurdle, Dave Parker, Steve Huff, Emma Thomason, Marti Voce, Lizzie Eyres
Jenny Bryan Junior Recurves Poppy Barker, Anna Blythe, Laura Eyres, Will Oakes Lincolnshire Notts Compound 2817 2817 Recurve 3280 3252 Barebow 492 476 Longbow 366 306 Senior Totals 6955 6851 Junior Compound 554 580 Junior Recurve 2143 1958 Junior Team 2697 2538 Combined Totals 9652 9389 This gave Lincolnshire an overall win by 263 points.
Poppy Barker, Anna Blythe, Laura Eyres, Will Oakes
The Scores on the day were
Lincolnshire 9652, Nottinghamshire 9389
Nottinghamshire Archery Society are sponsored by Custom Built Archery
The 2019 team selected is from 20th July 2019 to 10th July 2020
Three shoots will now be used for team selection, these being: -
• Wilford Bowmen Double WA720 19th May
• Welbeck Archers Bristol’s 26th May
• The Nottinghamshire County Championship Bristol’s 14th July
County team selection process
To be eligible to shoot for Nottinghamshire, archers must be affiliated to Nottinghamshire Archery Society, EMAS and ArcheryGB
Ranking points will be awarded to individuals dependant on the position gained in each qualifying shoot (above), with the highest position scoring 1 and the second highest position scoring 2 etc. Where a tie in ranking points occurs, the scores from the Nottinghamshire County Championship (outdoor) will be used to decide who makes the team.
The County Team shoots for 2019 team (subject to change) are
EMAS Junior Intercounties Bristol 1 – 5 July 2019
Nottinghamshire v Lincolnshire TBC TBC Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire TBC TBC