Once All The Shooting Has Finished
At the end of the last session, these are some things you should make sure you do, as well as doing any of the relevant items from between the session too.
- As with the end
of any other session, ensure all archer finish scoring, sign score cards and
hand them in. Then make sure they pack up and head to the presentation area
under the supervision of one of your club helpers as swiftly as possible.
- Take down your
- At the same
time, have helpers process the final score cards as quickly as possible and
finalise winners of each categories.
- Leave the hall
in the way you would expect to find it, and ensure any relevant sports centre
staff know that you are finished for the day.
- Proceed to the
presentation area, where any remaining teams should be. Here, have a club
representative run through the presentations of the medals. Medals are awarded
- 1st ==> 3rd Gents Recurve
- 1st ==> 3rd Ladies Recurve
- 1st ==> 3rd Gents Novice Recurve
- 1st ==> 3rd Ladies Novice
- Make an
honourable mention of any other categories (just as longbow, barebow or
compound limited) and give their results despite there being no medals.
- DO NOT FORGET
the Mars Bar, which is traditionally awarded by the Birmingham Captain to the
score closest to 222.
- Remember to also
make mention of the winning novice and recurve teams.
- It is customary
to give a full run down of scores for top three in each category for any
- Before the BUTTS
Organiser leaves, ensure you have either provided them with a copy of the
scores or have agreed with them, how you are going to get them a copy of the
scores if you cannot provide it on the day. You will need to provide the BUTTS
Organiser with a copy of each score card for verification of the final results.
- Before people
leave, thank them for taking part, and have advice at hand if clubs ask you for
your opinions on local places to eat, as it has been known for clubs to go out
for a meal after the presentations.