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Club Challenges

There are a number of different Achievement Awards our archers can work towards at practice.

Outdoor 252 Awards

The Outdoor 252 Achievement Award is designed to help members practice their shooting during the outdoor season and recognise their improvements/achievements.  It can be used as an easy introduction to competing in tournaments at a later date. With our floodlit sessions, we are able to continue this programme all year round.

Awards can be gained at all practice’s sessions also at Club Target Days, Formal Record Status Tournaments etc.

Metal badges will be issued as appropriate for £3 each.

Please ask Karen Macey  (Organiser and results) at kazdpbadges@virginmedia.com if you require any further information.

Almost daily opportunities to compete in our 252 framework.

Due to the current situation we are not accepting paper scoresheets, instead it will be electronic. To do this click on the relevant link below where you will be directed to a spreadsheet with the rules for the 252 Award. Click on the relevant tab for the bow type you are shooting and save to your computer. You can either print the page out or use your own score pad or use a score app on your phone. Once you have done a score transfer the details on to the spreadsheet you have saved to your computer, save again and e-mail it to Karen. 

NB There are formulas in the totals – please do not over ride them. She will then record and keep track of your scores. Once things are back to some sort of normality we will sort out any badges earned.

Download Score Sheets

Before you shoot a score please ensure you read and understand the rules by downloading a score sheet using the links below.

Adult ImperialAdult MetricJunior ImperialJunior Metric

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252 Progress Awards

Please click on link below to see how you are progressing with the awards

Adult AwardsJunior Awards

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Indoor Achievement Awards

The Indoor Achievement Award is designed to help members practice their shooting during the indoor season and recognise their improvements / achievements.  It can be used as an easy introduction to competing in tournaments at a later date.

Awards can be gained at all indoor practice venues (Balcarras, and the Club Training Centre), also at Club Target Days, Formal Record Status Tournaments etc. They can also be achieved in our floodlit outdoor sessions.

Please ask Karen Macey (Organiser and results) at kazdpbadges@virginmedia.com for further information.

36 arrow or 60 arrow scores achieved on a 60cm face will also be counted towards the end of season team competition to inform their handicap score (if this goes ahead in the current circumstances.)

For formal full rounds, ensure our Records Officer Mark Colenutt has all the relevant information.

Due to the current situation we are not accepting paper scoresheets, instead it will be electronic. To do this click on the link below where you will be directed to a scoresheet. (This also includes tabs for a quick handy reference to the scores required for each colour certificate.) Click on the relevant tab and save to your computer. You can either print the page out or use your own score pad or use a score app on your phone. Once you have done a score transfer the details on to the spreadsheet you have saved to your computer, save again and e-mail it to Karen. 

NB There are formulas in the totals – please do not override them. She will then record and keep track of your scores.

In the links to the Indoor Awards below, you can see how you are progressing. To gain a certificate you need to have achieved three scores for the relevant colour. Please see the instructions in the below so you can note the score you need to achieve for each level.

Indoor Awards Scoresheet

Indoor Awards Instructions

Indoor Awards Status

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