Great Archery Clubs – Workshop

AGB are running a series of workshops across the country to explore what makes a great club.

The workshops are open to anyone involved in managed a club and will help clubs explore new ideas and collaborate with others on issues that are important to you.

In association with Sport  England™s Club Matter programme, we will explore

  • Why delivering a great experience for the people in your club is important
  •  How to listen to and respond to the needs of the people in your club
  •  How to consistently deliver a great club experience
  • Action points and take-aways for you to work through with your club

The date and location of the workshop nearest to you is:

Saturday 12 November, Hilton Cobham (Surrey)

If you wish to know more, please ask you Club Secretary or County Rep

Here is the booking form.

Gold for Jess Stretton

_91289267_w1_archery_reutersMany congratulations to Jess Stretton, the 16 year old Hemel Hempstead archer, who has won a Gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Rio.  Jess beat her UK compatriot Jo Firth 137 to 124 in the final match.  A win by 13 points! Fantastic.  Vicky Jenkins joined her UK colleagues to take Bronze.

Jess has been the leading UK archer in the Women W1 category all year and this is a wonderful end to 2016 for her.

SCAS Inter-Counties shoot 10th September

t6Congratulations to Neil Bridgewater for the highest Compound score of the Day – he won the Surrey Trophy,  also to Stuart Barber who shot his first official Master Bowman Score.

Well done to Terry Stewart, Zoe Hill and Megan Gabriel who represented the county for the first time at this event.

This year’s match was a 1440 hosted by Oxford Archers. Hertfordshire submitted teams in four categories – Recurve, Compound, Longbow and Junior Recurve.  Read Full Match Report

Summer League 2016