Update 11/11/14 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 November 2014
The new season kicked of with the Oxford and Nottingham legs' held on the 9th of Nov.

Warwick's Tom Hall won the Gents Recurve category at the Oxford Leg with a score of 584. The OUCoA duo of Ciprian Zahan (575) and Alex Smith (572) rounded out the top three. Oxford dominated the Ladies Recurve category, Charlie Birch led Amaryllis Barton and Klara Fay. Scoring 571,553 and 550 respectively. Kirstie Smith competing as a guest topped the category with a score of 576.

James Edmondson (Warwick 573) took Compound Gold whilst Derby's Jake Morris (404) and Jake Bellamy (502) won the Longbow and Barebow Categories.
Birmingham's Novices took all but one of the novice medals with golds going to Munir Suleman (487) and Elissa Fleeming (430).

On the team front Warwick Experienced bested Oxford with a team of Hall, Nako, Lindley and Rieman following a switch to recurve from Longbow.

Birmingham's Novice team were over 160 points clear of Derby to take an early lead in this year's championship.

At the Nottingham Leg Gents Recurve gold went to Rob Grey (Trent 582) with Nottingham's Richard Haydock and Loughborough's Arthur Coveney both finishing 10 points behind with Haydock ahead on golds (37 to 34).
Maryia Karpiyevich (Cambridge 562) took the gold medal in Ladies Recurve with Amy Curnock (Trent 551) and  Lizzie Elmer (Nottingham 545) completing the podium.

Compound and Longbow Golds both went to Nottingham with Rebecca Blewett (556) and Tom Fox (270) taking the honours. 

Harry Dean Lofthouse (Loughborough 505) won the Barebow Category.

Trent's team of R.Gray, M.Gray, Curnock and Taylor took the top spot in the experienced team category whilst Uni of Nottingham's novices won their team category with a team of Kenneally, Giles, Frearson and Rossetti.
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