Monthly Archives March 2014

Congratulations to Jane on her Fourth Consecutive National Indoor Barebow title.


A very early ‘up’ followed by a cross-country dash to Galway NUIG’s Kingfisher Hall ended in a successful haul for Jane. On the 60 arrow FITA 18 she ended up three points behind Colm Griffin who led the Mens category with a score of 488. A bye through the first round of the head to head part of the competition led to a close semi-final before a convincing win in the final.


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New Entry Form for the All British and Open Field Archery Championships in Loughbrickland.

A new entry form has been circulated for the competition and should be used instead of the previous version.

Click on the link below to open the form as a Word document.


47th All British and Open Field Archery Championships- New Entry Form

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Report: All-Ireland Open Field Archery Championships, 2014.


This year, it didn’t start with a ‘bang’ but with a blast. Now whether you consider it was the blast of an air-horn or a blast of strong wind probably depends on which peg you were at, at the time. But it was dry and that made all the difference. While the wild ramsons were only starting to show themselves, the lack of growth made for reasonably easy travelling...

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All British and Open Field Archery Championships 2014.


The entry from is now available for this two day competition, hosted by Ballyvally Archers at Whyte’s Estate, Loughbrickland, Co. Down, on the 24th and 25th May.

The All British Field Archery Championships are open to British Nationals being members of Archery GB.
The recognised categories are Recurve, Barebow, Traditional, Compound Barebow, Compound Limited, Compound
Unlimited, American Fl...

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