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ATC and Junior Archery Coaching

Junior Archery Coaching,

The SCAS pathway Alignment Acadamy (North Central) are looking for both Recurve and Compound junior archers. SCAS are looking to offer a channel for all junior archers to receive structured training on top of any coaching being received at club level. SCAS are looking for any junior that shows potential and any found will be fed through the current channel with Archery GB to make sure that can reach their full potential. Sessions are once a month on a Saturday morning 10:00 – 12:00. These Sessions are held at Aim4Sport, the cost per archer is £10.00, this covers all technical, equipment ,mental training & physical program.

Archery training Centres (ATC)

Exciting times at ArcheryGB- The performance unit have been working towards setting up Archery Training Centres (ATC) around England.  We have spaces for adults as well as juniors on the programme.  Archery Training Centres will be able to offer the AGB Junior Development programme based on the National Talent Development Programme. (NTDP).  One of the Archery Training Centres is based at Aim4sport Training Centre.

The ATC sessions will be 3 hrs 09:30am to 12:30 or 13:30 to 16:30 – cost £45.00 for a block of 3 sessions.

Please contact Gaynor Hutchison: performance@hertsarchery.org.uk

or follow the link for further details: The SCAS pathway Alignment Academy (North Central): http://www.aim4sport.com/a4sweb/archery-lessons/scas-pathway-alignment-junior-academy-north-central/

or Archery Training Centres (ATC):

http://www.aim4sport.com/a4sweb/archery-lessons/archery-training-centre/ATC

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Junior Awards

Thank you to all clubs who have sent me badges that have been awarded this year

Rachel

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2018 Abbey Edge Grove Junior Tournament

Details of the Abbey Edge Grove Junior Tournament can be found on this link

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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.

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