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From 2009 to 2017, Sussex Hosted the SCAS Indoor Championships, combined with the County Championships and an Open Team Shoot. SCAA is hoping to organise a County Indoor Championships  next Winter.

Sunday 5th March 2017 – UK Record Status

at the K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 9BQ

THREE SESSIONS: CHAMPIONSHIPS 9.30 am and 1.00 pm; TEAMS 5.00 pm

Click Here for a Gallery of Photos



Click Here for OPEN TEAM EVENT Full Results

Results from earlier Tournaments on the Tournament Archives page.

>Click Here for the Championships Target List as sent out 18th Feb<

>Click Here for the Team Event Target List as sent out 26th Feb<


ENTRANTS STATUS 26th February :
9.30 am Session IS FULL  – 1 BB + 1 RC WAITING
1.00 pm Session IS FULL – 3 RC + 1 Comp WAITING
5.00 pm Session IS FULL – 5 teams waiting

>CLICK HERE TO SEE LIST OF ENTRANTS TO DATE (Waiting List names correct, but no new entrant names added after 16th Feb)<

Lady Paramount:

Charlie Birch


Chairman – Mark Davis

Julie Pede – David Strong – Andrew Trimble – Andy Turner

Click Here for ENTRY FORM for the CHAMPIONSHIPS Rounds




Click Here for ENTRY FORM for the OPEN TEAM Event

K2 Centre, Pease Pottage Hill, Crawley West Sussex, Postcode RH11 9BQ
there is also a link to a Google Map

The Southern Counties and Sussex Championships will both be decided on a Single Portsmouth Round shot in either of the first two sessions. The first round shot by each archer will be used to determine the results.



As well as the Individual Trophies, SCAS Trophies will be given to the top County Teams made up of their highest scoring archers in each of the Recurve, Longbow and Compound styles. There is no requirement to include both Genders in a team, and the number of archers in the teams will be 3 for Recurve teams, 2 for Longbow teams, and 2 for Compound teams.



The Sussex Individual Championships will be open to all members of the Sussex County AA, and awards will also be given to the top Sussex club teams.



The Sussex County AA will give Open Individual Double Round winners awards for archers shooting both these sessions.

The third session will be the Open Team Competition. Teams of four archers will shoot a WA18 round, each team together on the same butt. Bows of any style may be used so long as there aren’t more than 2 compounds; and there must be at least one Lady or Junior in every team. There is no requirement for team members to belong to a single club or county or indeed country. There is a trophy on offer for the highest scoring all-Junior Team



Note: GNAS Rules of Shooting allow archers to shoot a double Portsmouth provided they shoot only six sighters; and as the WA 18 Round is shot on a different Range, any archer may shoot the third session, and shoot six sighters even if they have shot in one or both of the previous sessions.

Find Results from earlier years on the Tournament Archives page
and links to Pictures are on the Gallery Page