Whist being able to show that we are an Ontarget Performance, in reality the measure of that accolade is real results, well as evidenced below, we get the results. Add to that the value added to those that just want to enjoy the sport and the framework we uses does work!
We are creating a gallery of all our British Champions, those that have broken British Records, those that have represented their country or gained significant recognition and notable awards the club has received.
Our achievements as a ClubMark Club & being the first club to achieve the Ontarget Specialisms of Community, Performance & Young People are cornerstones that have helped us achieve all of the following;
James Howse 2017 Pairs Champion with Sarah Moon
Lucy Mason 2017 Individual Champion
European Individual/Team Champions
Lucy Mason – Individual & Team
James Howse – Team
Ella Gibson – Team
Holly Clifford – Runner Up Team
Grace Chappell – Individual 2019
Rob Gruar, Steph Crang, Tom House. James Howse, Lucy Mason, Phoebe Pine, Grace Chappell, Ella Gibson, Sarah Bettles, Holly Clifford, Chloe A’Bear, John Dalton
Chris Gruar, Steph Crang, Holly Clifford, Ella Gibson, Lucy Mason, Chloe A’Bear & Molly Peters.
Broken a World Record! – Lucy Mason, Phoebe Pine and Ella Gibson!
Ella Gibson broke the World Archery 18 record with a score of 596 in the World Cup in Luxembourg in December 2019
Chris Gruar, Rob Gruar, Steph Crang, Amy Johnson, Amy Clarke, Kieran Schneider, Eliza Cass, Alex Fraser, Calum Fraser, Lucy Mason, James Howse, Ciaran Lunt, Hamish Ponton, Izzy Henry, Sachi Bush, Nicole Deasy, Riley Spencer-Nice, Alfie Wilkes, Rachel Lucas, Ella Gibson, Holly Clifford, Chloe A’Bear, Imogen Colenutt, Emily Summers, Phoebe Pine, Jack Oram, Katy Reece, Ryan Faulkner, Ted Williams.
Members of National Squads (Current or past)
Tom Howse – ‘Talent Confirmation Programme’.
Connie Healey, James Lawton, Ben Humphries, Beckie Hutchings
James Howse & Lucy Mason – Senior Elite Compound Squad.
Sarah Bettles – World Class Recurve Programme.
Ed Humphrey – GB Recurve Squad.
Phoebe Pine – Para World Class Programme.
Coaches to National Squads
Steph Gill, Dan Gill.
National Record Holders
Chris Gruar, Rob Gruar, Steph Crang, James Howse, Victoria Fraser, Katherine Frusher, Aaron Pearce, Lucy Mason, Riley Spencer-Nice, Hamish Ponton, James Lawton, Nicole Deasy, Alfie Wilkes, Paige Tucker, Rachel Lucas, Ella Gibson.
Sport & Recreation Alliance National Club of the Year 2010/11
ClubMark Achieved 2010
Junior Club of the Year Winners in the Gloucestershire Media Awards 2010
Archery GB Ontarget Award for Innovation in Archery 2011
Senior Club of the Year Winners in the Gloucestershire Media Awards 2011
Sport & Recreation Alliance National Volunteer Management Award 2012
Sport & Recreation Alliance National Club of Year and Green Policies Awards – Top 3 Finalists.
Senior Club of the Year Winners in the Gloucestershire Media Awards 2012
Archery GB Club of the Year 2012
Innovation Award – Archery GB 2013
Finalist in the Gloucestershire Media Awards – Junior Team of Year (Final in November 2014)
Ontarget winners of Innovation and Partnerships awards 2015
Awarded Sport & Recreation Alliance Special Commendation 2015
Finalist Gloucestershire Media Awards Community Club of Year 2015.
Finalist Gloucestershire Media Awards – Community Club of the Year and Young Team of the Year 2016
Ontarget Club of the Year 2016
Finalist Gloucestershire Media Awards – Female Team of the Year 2017
ClubMark Re-accreditaion 2017
Ontarget Performance Club of the Year 2016
2018 Presented the first Archery GB Ontarget Special Contribution Award
2018 Gloucestershire Media Junior Team of Year Finalist.
Roger Crang – GWAS Services to Archery Award 2007 & Archery GB, Jack Flinton’ Helping Hand’ Award 2009
Lucy Mason – Gloucestershire Media Awards Finalist – Young Sports Personality of the Year 2011
Steph Gill -Gloucestershire Media Awards Winner – Coach of the Year 2011
Roger Crang – Gloucestershire Media Awards Finalist – Services to Sport – 2011, 2012 & 2013
Roger Crang – Archery GB Ontarget Clubperson of the Year Award – 2011
Steph Gill – Winner of the Sports Coach UK, Heather Crouch Young Coach of the Year Award.
Lucy Mason – Gloucestershire Media Awards Winner – Young Sports Personality of the Year 2012
Roger Crang – BBC Sports Unsung Hero Regional Award (Points West) 2012
Liza Hadley – Archery GB Young Volunteer of the Year 2012 & Gloucester Young Citizen of the Year.
Ciaran Lunt – Archery GB Young Volunteer of the Year Award 2013
Katherine Frusher – Ontarget winner of Young Volunteer of the Year 2015
Phoebe Pine – Finalist Gloucestershire Media Awards Disabled Athlete of the Year 2015
Roger Crang – Winner of the Gloucestershire Media Award ‘ Services to Sport in Gloucestershire’.
Lucy Mason – Gloucestershire Media Awards Winner – Young Sports Personality of the Year 2017
Steph & Dan Gill – Gloucestershire Media Awards Coaches of the Year.
Clubman of the Year Awards
Janet Taylor 2008
Roger Crang 2009
John Craigie 2010
Steve Mason 2011
Dan Gill 2012
Mel & Kev Sutherland 2013
Kate Lawton, Steve Howse & Roger Crang 2014
Mary Crang 2015
Lynn Benfield 2016
Peter Pawley 2017
Steph Gill 2018
Peter Sisson 2019
Young Clubman of the Year
Chloe Tucker 2014
Paige Tucker 2015
Paige Tucker 2016
Imogen Colenutt 2017
Keiran Macey – 2018
Emily Summers – 2019
Achieved GMB (Grand Master Bowman) Status
Steph Crang, Sarah Bettles & Lucy Mason – Grand Master Bowman
Achieved JMB Status
James Howse, Tom Howse, Alex Fraser, Callum Fraser, Lucy Mason, Arron Pearce, Beckie Hutchings,
Steph Crang, Rob Gruar, Amy Johnson, James Lawton, Liza Hadley, Hamish Ponton, Nicole Deasy, Rachel Lucas, Holly Clifford, Charlotte Lunt, Riley Spencer-Nice, Phoebe Pine, Molly Peters, Will Gore, Alex Parker, Chloe A’Bear, Grace Chappell, Imogen Colenutt, Emily Summers, Rosie Preece. Ryan Faulkner, Sophia Boulton
Represented the County
The list is too long to include, both Junior & Adults
Won County & Regional Titles
Again the list is massive, well done to all those that achieved them!