Hampshire Archery Association is the home of archery in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands in the UK. The Association is affiliated to SCAS (Southern Counties Archery Society) and Archery GB (GNAS) who are the governing body for the sport in the UK.
Archery is a sport for all ages and abilities and is great for families. There are over 50 archery clubs in Hampshire and most offer beginners courses. If you interested in trying archery get in touch with one of the clubs listed here.
The Southern Counties Archery Meeting is on at St. Cross, Winchester on the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th May
Persons willing to help set the field up on Monday 16th, are requested, It usually starts about 9.30am. there is a lunch break and things finish late afternoon. If you can make the full day it would be good, but any time would be of appreciated.
Helpers will also be needed during the week:-Tuesday ,assortment of things to be done; car parking; distribution of score boards; tea/lunch tickets; putting on faces; preparing sherry break; setting up Longbow awards table; Rearranging the bosses for the Championships on Wednesday/Thursday; when assistance is needed for; car parking; distribution of score boards , tea & lunch tickets; security to stop persons walking behind targets during shooting; ensuring target moves are complete/straight and tethered down, rearranging targets for Friday; when help is needed as Wednesday/Friday and setting up awards table, clearing down field.
There were a couple of changes to the HAA Executive at the AGM. The current appoinments are:
The results fo the HAA Indoor Weekend and HAA Championships are available here:
Congratulations to our Indoor Chanpions: