The shooting calendar has been updated with some minor corrections.

Click here to download the latest version: 2007 Outdoor Shooting Calendar 2007 Outdoor Shooting Calendar

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At this year's Watership Down Field shoot our Lord Paramount was Mr.Bob Gunther who, for many years, has been a Judge at this event. Bob retired from Field Judging  earlier this year.

Here is a list of the archers from Hampshire and their placing:

Gents Traditional
Jim  Mumford  - Raven - 2nd.
Mike  Berriman - Raven - 3rd.
George  Attard - Sway - 5th
Brian  Briggs - Forest  of  Beer - 6th

Ladies Traditional
Barbara  Berriman - Raven - 1st
Charlotte  Hanley - Fort  Purbrook - 2nd

Junior Traditional (u15)
William  Attard - Sway - 1st.
Gents longbow
Daniel  Hawley - Fort  Purbrook  - 2nd
Duncan  Elm - Fort  Purbrook - 3rd.
Brian  Morris - West  Wight - 7th

Junior (u18)  longbow           
Paul  Briggs - Forest  of  Beer - 1st

Gents Compound
John  Folley - Raven - 3rd.

Gents recurve
Trevor  Smith - Sway - 4th
Cyril  Allen - Winchester - 6th

Hampshire archers were 25% of the archers, thanks for the support, all of  you did well , especially considering that half of the British Team going to Croatia for the European Championships next month were there, and others were there to get scores on the required difficult course for 2008 World Championship, which are being held in South Wales.
Full results on the GNAS field website .
Also if interested, archers will find a field calendar, and details of how to volunteer to help with the World Championships.

Photos taken at the shoot can be found on our website. Click here. 

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This message from SCAS Hon. Sec. relates to work being done by SCAS to promote archery.

Anyone willing and able to help should contact Arthur Scales (HAA PRO) direct on phone 01481 725725 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Arthur Scales the SCAS PRO has arranged for the publicity trailer to be positioned at the Berkshire Show (Newbury) on the 15th and 16th of September 2007.

The trailer will need to be "maned" for the two day event but not necessarily by the same people so volunteers are required, Arthur has arranged for a small number of free entry tickets to be available for willing helpers!

If there is any "adjacent" counties who would like to exibit at this show please contact Arthur. You will need to supply your own litarature if you wish to have space in the trailer.

This is a good opportunity to show what we are about and Arthur has worked hard to arrange this, our first venture, into this type of publicity so please do try and support him. His e mail address is shown above.

Kind regards,

Brian P.
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Entry forms are now available for the following Hampshire Championship events:

Hampshire Longbow Champs (AC Delco, 22nd Sept)

Hampshire Clout Champs (Waterside, 7th Oct)

Archers wishing to enter the Clout Champs who have not shot clout before or are looking for some practice should take advantage of the instruction and practice session at Waterside's ground on the day before the shoot - see entry form for details.

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(Especially for Compound archers)



The English Archery Federation (EAF) has been awarded substantial funding from Sport England to provide a development program for a group of top performing compound archers to undertake training towards competing in the Commonwealth Games in 2010.

 The Games are scheduled to take place in India in November 2010.

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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.