World Record at our 4th Annual WA18 Inclusion Shoot!

A World Record (subject to ratification) for Steve Prowse from Wolverhampton Company of Archers in the Visually Impaired Category was one of the highlights of a great day.!

This was our first World Record Status Shoot and also offered British Record and Non Record Status Rounds to ensure we offered archers of all abilities a chance to compete.

A World Record (subject to ratification) for Steve Prowse from Wolverhampton Company of Archers receives the trophy from Peter Pawley our Gentleman Patron for the day.
A World Record (subject to ratification) for Steve Prowse from Wolverhampton Company of Archers receives the trophy from Peter Pawley our Gentleman Patron for the day.

Stuart Rodgers from Louth & District and Deborah Lee Wright from Pemberton Maid Marrions won the other Visually Impaired sections.
It turned out to be another fantastic day and a celebration of our inclusive sport!
Cheltenham Leisure Centre was an excellent venue well attended.
Cheltenham Leisure Centre was an excellent venue well attended.

Our thanks must go to the Worshipful Company of Fletchers who again sponsored this tournament and without that support this important event would not take place.

We had 9 Vi archers competing during the day. The afternoon session was full and the morning session well attended.

Thank you to the Enham Trust Archers for joining us and well done to them all.

We are so proud of this unique event!
We are so proud of this unique event!

Top scoring Recurves were Nicola Cramb for the Ladies and Molly Peters Junior Ladies both from Deer Park. For the Gents Sean Evans 576 from Cheltenham & junior Louis Perkins 572 from Silverspoon Bowmen.

Top scoring Ladies Compound was Amelia Williams and for the juniors Ella Gibson both from Deer Park, there was also a stunning performance from Chloe A’Bear in the Junior Ladies Compound. For the Gents Adam Shaw 586 from Cleve won with more 10’s than James Howse 586 from Deer Park. Josh Uzzell from Deer Park won the junior section.

The longbow sections were won by Lynn Benfield and Graham Peters both from Deer Park.

The Barebow sections were won by Rosemarie McKay from Deer Park, Glen Abrams from the Enham Trust and junior Ethan Trotman from Deer Park. Natasha Douglas 469 just shaded out Patrick Baker 458 in the non-record status event.

We are pleased to donate the proceeds of our raffle to the Archery Trust.

Also thanks to Wales Archery for providing the target faces.

We have just submitted applications to run a further 9 Tournaments over the next 18 months which are a mixture of World & UK Record Status indoor and outdoor events in addition to our club target days!