Before the club event we had a last hurrah for a Wednesday evening, where we all had a bash at 100 yds. Neil, Kevin and Jonah had never attempted it before, but it was a hoot.
Archers assembled on a sunny Sunday 3rd below to shoot National rounds from 30yds to 100yds.
The last of the three Games of Arrows was held on 19th August. Take up was slow as many members seem to be away, hopefully having better weather than we’ve had here, but even so we had 18 competitors on what turned out to be a great day.
Dexter was making sure he has the right numbers in the book as team Dracar hit the hanging apple 6 times.
Kevin and I both shot a six gold end at 30yds on different Wednesdays, but more impressive was Andy’s Six at 60 yds. They’re not all his arrows and best of 18 though!
Any other 6 gold ends let us know and take a picture.
Kevin shot the round above while taking part in the Piggy wig challenge along with Barry, Andre, Bruce, and myself. This was over 30yds, 40yds and a short distance for the pig or should I say boar. Certainly wasn’t boring (excuse the pun) and he pressed hard, just coming a very close second. When the clocks go back the fun stops.
Phil was on a separate line coaching, for an archer on the course who missed out on a Saturday.