Short Metric Shoot and 2018 Junior Championships

Thursday, September 13th, 2018

2018JuniorPostHeaderResults and Pictures from the Junior Championships are on the County Championships Page
There is also a list of the Outdoor Champions and links to the Results of the Senior Outdoor Championships – 23rd September - on the County Championships Page.
The Junior Championships had a warm sunny day with a stiff cross-breeze, but the Senior Championships caught some seriously nasty weather up until the last few arrows – well done those who held out to the end.

County Clout Championships 12th August

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

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Or Click Here>> for Results And Click Here>> for Pictures

Sussex Championships coming soon

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

The FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS were on 28/29th July – and >>the Results are HERE

2018CountyShootHeader580pxlThanks to The High Weald and Arundown Archery Clubs who have offered
to host the Field, Junior and Senior Championships, Sussex will be able
to hold these shoots in 2018, although both the Target Championships will be
on a reduced scale, compared with what we are used to.

More Information on the Sussex Archery Tournaments Page

Bag a Butyl Beast! First-ever Sx 3-D Champs – April

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

FleetIbexLiz_LeopardApril 2nd at High Weald Archers, Etchingham, Hurst Green, Far-East Sussex.

Entry Forms on the Sussex Archery Tournaments page (Click Here)

Not only the first Sussex 3-D, this will be the first WA 3-D in England, and only the second in the UK!

County Championships Weekend 2016

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

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Click Here to see a Gallery of Pictures from the Shoot

The RESULTS and  Target List are published on the Championships Web Page

Sussex County Field Championships are on!

Sunday, February 8th, 2015

2015FieldHeaderCrawley Archery Club will be hosting the County Field Championships on Sunday 28th June as part of their two-day 24-target Arrowhead Tournament. The Championships will be decided over the Marked-Distances Course.  Saturday 27th is the unmarked segment of the 2015 Crawley Open Tournament.
>>Click Here to  download the Entry Form<<

SCAA AGM Reminder – Sunday 29th March

The Association’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the NTC Centre, Leyland’s Park, Leyland’s Road, Burgess Hill RH15 DL8 at 10.30am.

All Clubs should send representatives, several important posts will become vacant and Nominations for replacements are needed.

News from the Nationals

Monday, December 15th, 2014

JnrNatIndoor2014EnglandTeamSussex Archers won Personal and Team Honours at the National Indoor Championships held on 6th and 7th December in Coventry.
The highest placing in the Junior Championships was a Gold Medal for Bryony Pitman (under 18 group) with the highest score by a Lady Recurver.  And all three Sussex Compound Gents achieved Bronze Medals in their Age Groups – they are Jamie Cole (under 18),  Kai Thomas-Pause (under 16) and Nathan Thomas (under 14).
Marc Charlesworth was placed 10th in the under 16 Recurve Class, Chris Cooper was 13th in the under 18 Recurves, and Jodie Green 15th in the under 16 Ladies Recurve class.
Amelia Harper and Georgina Stewart also shot, but didn’t compete for places as they are now over 18.

In the Junior Home International and Inter-Regional events, Jamie Cole (pictured above) was in the Home-International-winning England Junior Team, and Bryony Pitman took her place in the victorious  Southern Counties squad.
2014JNICSaturdayPMJuniorsIn the Senior Championships, the undoubted highlight was the Head to Head for the Gold Medal between 3-time Olympian Larry Godfrey and Sussex Archer Gerry Deak, who’s having a great year. Goliath won on this occasion, but Gerry went down fighting with a very creditable Silver Medal, having also beaten the Bronze Medallist on the way.
Other notable Head-to-Head Placings were Bryony Pitman with 6th Place, and Petra Ginman and Gavin Sutherland both 9th equal.

2014NICadultsGerry Deak and Petra Ginman represented England in the Senior Home International, and helped bring home the Trophy again.
For Sussex Archer’s scores, Click Here>> (more…)

Great International Performances

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

BPitmanGSutherlandInternational2014bTwo Sussex Stars have made their marks on an International Stage.

Bryony Pitman was one of two UK archers representing Great Britain at the Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China.  She qualified with a good score, but went out in her first match.  She was then teamed with Belarusian Aliaksei Dubrova in the mixed team competition, finishing in joint 9th place.

and Gavin Sutherland has represented Zimbabwe at the All-Africa Championships held in Luxor, Egypt, taking second place in the Ranking Round and going on win the Silver for his country, and then winning Gold in the African Open International Tournament.

Two brilliant performances from young archers on an upward trajectory.

Sussex Field Archers represent GB

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

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Three Sussex Field Archers have represented Great Britain during August and September.

Jamie Cole was selected to shoot Compound in the World Championships at Zagreb, Croatia. He successfully came through the Qualification Round, but did not progress beyond the Elimination Round, ending in 15th Place.

Michaela Lake was selected to represent GB in the European 3-D Championships at Tallin, Estonia,  shooting Instinctive, following a very successful Summer when she became both English and Irish Champion. A near-novice to 3-D she nevertheless ended in 11th place in Europe, just ten points below the cut.

Gary Cole was also selected for  the European 3-D Championships shooting Compound Unlimited, and after the 2-day Qualification rounds was very well placed at 5th. But in the 12-arrow elimination round very poor light at three of the targets meant he was unable to see the target well enough in the sight scope he  was using and ended up with nine points less that he needed to make the cut for the finals, enough to drop to 15th place.

Not only is Sussex proud because these archers were selected, they all also made it to the Elimination Rounds, and were only points away from the next round.