Update 23/05/2016
Monday, 23 May 2016

Outdoors 2016

Outdoor champs 2016 took place at Oxford Archers, run by OUCofA. Strong winds hampered shooting throughout, heavy rain set in during the last distance. Line tents were green and identical.

Birmingham added to their impressive trophy hall from indoor season by taking the Novice Trophy whilst Warwick took the Rolls-Royce Shield for experienced teams.  The gold medallists in each category are shown below.

Category

Winners

Gents Recurve

Tom Hall

Lady Recurve

Rebekah Tipping

Novice Lady Recurve

Tupa Silva

Novice Gent Recurve

Jamal Rahman

Gent Compound

Chris Woodgate

Gent Longbow

Jonathan Ellis

Lady Longbow

Samantha Gibson

Lady Barebow

Gemma Rumsey

Novice Gent Barebow

Alex Logan

 

At the AGM the proposal to change the team format was not passed.

Adam Peers was re-elected as League Organiser.

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 May 2016 )
Update 29/02/2016
Monday, 29 February 2016

Often voted as Britain’s two most picturesque cities, Derby and Birmingham provided the settings for the final leg matches of the year. The winning team at each leg broke 2280 bringing the total of teams to achieve the feat this season up to three! The results leave Warwick and Birmingham tied on points at the top of the league with Loughborough mathematically still in the hunt, but out of contention for all practical purposes. Birmingham’s Novices are still top the table and but will have to wait for the Champs to be confirmed as champions as Loughborough Novices, like the experienced team, are also mathematically still in contention. Full results available on the results page.

Update 16/02/16
Tuesday, 16 February 2016
The first Division 2 leg was held at DMU on Valentine's Day, during the event archers were serenaded by a battery fault alarm on an emergency lighting unit, the cause of many jokes/headaches.
 
DMU looked to have the home advantage powering to the top of both teams tables some way clear of nearest rivals Northampton with Leicester third.
However Rachel Norman (Leicester) and Emily Palmer (Northampton) prevented DMU from taking a clean sweep of gold medals.

Thanks to all the teams who attended the event and to Josh Dudley & Co. for such a smoothly run event. Special thanks to Richard Anderson (Ex Lufbra) for his judging/catering services on the day. Finally an honorable mention to the team of geographically convenient and available novices from Loughborough who filled some of the gaps on the shooting line.
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