Somerset County Archery Association

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This is the official web site of the Somerset County Archery Association.

All GNAS (Archery GB) affiliated clubs of Somerset are listed on this site. You will find entry forms for tournaments held in the county, as well as information on county records, county teams, postal competitions, and even items for sale.


Archery ....the Inner Game!

This seminar is a unique opportunity for Somerset archers presented by Steve Woods, Performance Coach and Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic programming (NLP). The seminar will be held at the Mendip Shooting Ground, Wells on Saturday 20th January 2018, cost £15. Full details here.
Seminar programme here.

Field Captains Course

A Field Captains course will be held on Sunday 14th January 2018, in Bristol. The course is open to everyone and costs £10 for Somerset members. Full details here.

Draft Constitution out for review

Following further review, a revised draft version of the SCAA constitution has been issued for consultation. A copy of the draft constitution is available here.
Any comments please send to Paul Maines, by the 31st January 2018 at the latest.

Postal Competition Results for October - revised

Updated results for October have now been published and the early leaders are Burnham Company of Archers in the senior division with Puriton Gold in second place.
The junior competition sees Bath Junior archers ahead of Burnham Company of Junior Archers
Full results are here

Battle of Britain Results

The Battle of Britain resuts are now available here.

Somerset Postal Competitions

The Frostbite competiton starts in October with the Portmouth competiton starting in November. Both run until March 2018.

Awards for Somerset Archers

Dear Archers of Somerset,
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the three Somerset archers who were given awards at the recent ArcheryGB AGM.  
Firstly,  The Gussy Trophy for wheelchair archer of the year was awarded to Jo Frith. At the Rio Paralympic Games she won W1 mixed team gold and individual silver medals.  
Secondly, Andrew Rees was awarded a bronze plaquette in recognition of his dedication as a member of the Archery GB field team since 2005 and his contribution to running the sport at club, county, regional and national levels.
Finally, Tim Jackson was awarded an Honorary Life Membership – in recognition of and thanks for his outstanding contribution to major archery events over the past 15 years.  
I am sure that you will join me in congratulating all our prize winners – it’s great to see Somerset archers recognized at national level.  
Vikki Gallop

2017/18Tournaments - Entry Forms

Look at the Tournaments Diary for the latest details, and entry forms.