Please find below the final report for the 2016/2017 Indoor Season.
Starting Sunday 23rd April 2017, the formal club morning shoot will begin. Every Sunday until September a suggested round will be shot by those members wishing to shoot in a relaxed but tournament like environment.
You do not need to register, you simply turn up at 10.30am, help set up the range and start shooting at 11am. The published round will then be shot by all those in attendance. The rounds have been chosen to fit in with forthcoming tournaments that some members are attending but also enable all to gain archery classifications and scores. See the records officer (Heather) for more information.
The suggested round is not mandatory, but those wishing to shoot independently on Sunday at 11am should expect to shoot on the right hand side of the field and follow the field captain (as elected on the day) for direction.
The suggested rounds are attached but also are published at the club house.
Just a reminder that if you attend a tournament then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the results and/or link to the results. Not only as an individual can we track your classification/handicap but as a club it counts towards the end of year Berkshire club awards.
We would like to congratulate Judith Richardson on receiving the Mary Dolan trophy for services to archery in both cub and county. Presented on Saturday by Chair of the BAA Fiona Priestley See the picture below.
Well done Judith
Please find below the Indoor report for January 2017.
There are 4 weeks left of the indoor season, why not come to St. Crispins next Saturday at 6pm and get your muscles and mind ready to go back outside in March. This week we are doing a Portsmouth round so why not come and join us? Whether you are experienced or just a beginner you will find a warm welcome, and it is never cold or windy! Of course there are also badges available for indoor ranking and scores for the Portsmouth round, what more do you need?!
Bowmen of Warfield have been awarded not only the Best Junior club award for 2016 but also the Best Senior club too at the Berkshire Archery Association (BAA) AGM.
The criteria to achieve these awards is made up of various elements such as number of members, number of coaches, number of tournaments attended, number of archers representing the county and being 1st and 2nd place at tournaments to name a few.
So well done everyone!
Hope you are getting your entries in for this years tournaments, entry forms can be found on the notice board in the clubhouse - let's try and retain these titles again for 2017!!