Sussex Archery Rankings & Records

Rankings

The Sussex CAA archery rankings are used as the basis for county team selection, archers who wish to be considered for the Sussex Team should submit scores using one of the forms in the Documents Library.

*** NEW *** Sussex Archers are invited to submit indoor scores for Portsmouths, WA 18m and WA25m shot at open competitions for their Indoor Ranking. The new Indoor Rankings tables will run independently of the outdoor rankings and will use the best 3 scores within a rolling 12m period. Note : WA 18 and WA25 rounds will be converted to a Portsmouth score using the handicap tables.

For information on team matches and the selection process Click Here

Please send Rankings Scores and Queries to SCAA Rankings Officer

This year’s rankings

Rankings archives for 2016 – 2018

Records

For the latest revisions please see the relevant page

To claim a county record, download a claim form from the Documents Library and return it to the County Records Officer with either a copy of the signed score sheet or, for Open records, a copy of the tournament results.

To be valid, records must comply with the SCAA Eligibility Rules –
Click Here to see the Rules and other notes

Please send Target & Clout Records and Queries to SCAA Target Records Officer
Please send Field Records and Queries to SCAA Field Records Officer

2017 Rule Changes 304(j) and 304(k) Multiple round shot in the same day

The rule change allows for records/badge schemes/handicaps/classifications to be claimed on second or subsequent rounds shot on the same day however, only the first round will count for the competition.

Recognised Rounds

Target Archery Rounds Recognised for Records – Click here to view GNAS Lists

Handicaps and Classification

The GNAS Handicapping System is administered at CLUB level
by club Records Officers –  Click here to see some Explanatory Notes

Classifications – Click here to see the GNAS Tables

 

due to (for instance) education and work commitments the final 2018 outdoor Records won’t be published until the beginning of November