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.
Last evening I attended the Hampshire Archery Association Annual General Meeting in Hedge End. I am not a regular at such meetings, so I did find it very enlightening. As with all there is good news and bad news. First and very much up front; the good news.
There were two significant presentations made, the first to a 14 year old junior Michael Hopkins hoping to raise his game sufficient to shoot at the 2012 Olympics. Michael was presented with the “Steve Gulliver” award by Mrs
second award for services to coaching in particular was presented to Gary Carr
by the Hampshire Archery Association’s Lady Chairman Mrs
Andover Archers 'Advent' Shoot
The date for the 2008 'Advent' shoot has been confirmed as being the 14th December.
As a consequence of the resignation of the HAA Target Tournament Secretary with immediate effect, and since we cannot ensure our ability to maintain the Record Status management of our Tournament, The Hampshire Archery Association Chairman has decided to cancel the 2008 Hampshire Indoor Championships.
Archers entry fees are being refunded.