New Inter-Counties Indoor League

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

The Southern Counties have got in a huddle and in next to no time have set up an Inter-County Indoor Winter League – it’s not really a league this year, just an all against all Postal Shoot-Out, and we’re entering Teams – which are open to anyone and everyone who shoots a Portsmouth in Jan, Feb, and / or March. You hand it to your Club organiser and they send it in to our County organiser (but if you’re a direct member or your club hasn’t got an organiser, you can send it in yourself). There’ll be some local prizes, include Novice Awards, so you don’t have to be an Elite Archer to join in.
FULL DETAILS >>AT THIS LINK

2017-18 Sussex Junior Winter League Results

Monday, April 9th, 2018

JnrLeagueBanner580pxForPostScores are all in for this winter’s postal competition and are posted on the Junior League Webpage

2015/16 Junior Winter Leagues – The Showdown…

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

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Click Here > to see FINAL INDOOR SCORES

Click Here > to see FINAL FROSTBITE SCORES

The League Secretary writes…

This is my first year as Junior Winter League Secretary and I have really enjoyed it!  It has given me the opportunity to meet so many junior archers and their parents and put faces to names at tournaments.  At K2 I even had the pleasure of shooting on the same target as one of the juniors.
I am delighted to report that I received entries from 14 clubs, 65 archers and 7 different bow types – come on girls longbow archers I know you’re out there!  Five archers managed to submit scores for the indoor AND outdoor leagues.
The Winners List Follows… (more…)

Junior Winter Leagues 2015-16

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

>Click Here to see Scores to end of January<

All Sussex Juniors are invited to enter the Winter Leagues, that’s Indoor and Frostbite, Recurve, Longbow, Barebow and Compound. It’s a monthly league, so Entrants are asked to submit their highest score each month, and awards will be given for the totals of the highest three scores out of a possible five between November and the end of March. All you have to do is shoot the rounds and send in your scores for each Month (but try to keep the file-sizes small if you’re sending scans by email! Black & White, not full Colour). The details are on the JUNIOR WINTER LEAGUES PAGE

Junior Winter Leagues Start 1st November

Friday, October 24th, 2014

STOP PRESS: November Scores are on the JUNIOR WINTER LEAGUES PAGE

All Sussex Juniors are invited to enter the Winter Leagues, that’s Indoor and Frostbite, Recurve and Compound. The Leagues will kick off in November, and run through until the end of March. All you have to do is shoot the rounds and send your scores in (but try to keep the file-sizes small if you’re sending scans by email! Black & White, not full Colour). The details are on the JUNIOR WINTER LEAGUES PAGE

2013-14 Junior Winter League Results

Friday, April 11th, 2014

The Winter League Season is over, and the Final Results are on the League Page

Sussex Junior League Begins…

Thursday, December 12th, 2013

The November Scores have been submitted and logged.

You can see them here

or on the Junior League Page – or click the red COMPETITIONS button above and scroll down to Leagues

Junior Winter Leagues are Go!

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

All Sussex Juniors are invited to enter the Winter Leagues, that’s Indoor and Frostbite, Recurve and Compound. The Leagues will kick off in November, and run through until the end of March. All you have to do is shoot the rounds and send your scores in (but try to keep the file-sizes small if you’re sending scans by email! Black & White, not full Colour). The details are on the JUNIOR WINTER LEAGUES PAGE

Junior Winter League Final Results

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

The Second Winter League competition is over, and the scores are all in and sorted. Congratulations to everyone who took part, and well done all the winners, Indoor and Out. Trophies will be on their way out soon.
Click here to see the Final Positions at the end of March

The League had entrants with a wide range of ages and experience, and in many of the Divisions it’s the experienced ones that came out on top – which was to be expected – but there are some impressive scores by archers shooting their first ever competitions too. The main idea was to get lots of Juniors shooting and recording their scores every month, and that’s what happened.
As usual there’s a prize for the archer who made the biggest improvement over the winter, and this year the winning margin is 103 points, which is pretty spectacular for a three-dozen round. And amazingly that was the winning margin for both the Indoor and Frostbite competitions.
Club Secretaries and Records Officers – please make a mental note to recruit more of your Juniors to enter this League next year, specially if none from your club were in the tables this time. The League gets under way in November, so please make a start preparing them, big and small, around the end of September, let’s see lots of new names for 2013-14.