This is the official web site of the Somerset County Archery
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.
SCAA AGM - 22nd March 2017
NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE:
Tor Leisure Centre, Street Road, Glastonbury, BA6 9EF
The Annual General Meeting of the Association
will be held on Wednesday 22nd March 2017, 7:30pm at Tor Leisure Centre. Following the AGM will be a Council meeting. All
members of the Association are welcome and encouraged to attend.
At the AGM meeting will be the proposed adoption of the new draft constitution.
Latest tournament Results
The SCAA Senior County Championship results are now available here.
Somerset Postal Competitions - February results
The Frostbite and Portsmouth results for February are now available.
In the senior Frostbite competition Burnham Company of Archers have maintained their lead with Puriton Gold moving into second place and Bath Archers in third.
The Junior Frostbite competition sees Bath juniors staying in first place, with Bowmen of Danesfield second and Frome Town archers in third place.
Full Frostbite results here.
In the senior Portsmouth competition, Puriton Gold have maintained their lead with Bowmen of Ina in second place, and Wells City Archers in third. In the junior competition Bowmen of Danesfield have just taken the lead ahead of Bath Archers.
Full Portsmouth results here.
The latest entry forms to be published are :
Bath Spring Albion 9th April 2017.
Dunster Week 11th to 18th June 2017.
Look at the Tournaments Diary for the latest details, and entry forms.
Grant Awarding Policy
A revised policy for the awarding of grants to clubs and/or individual members of the Association was agreed at the AGM, this year. Full details of the policy and application form are available here.
National County Team Tournament 2015
Five teams represented Somerset at the National Team Championships, held at Lilleshall over the weekend 27th/28th June. Full match report here.
Additional photos here.
Somerset Junior Records - New Look
The Somerset Junior records have been revamped and are now split by
age groups. This means there are now an awful lot of records up for
Full details on the County
Claiming a record remains the same in that the round must be shot at a tournament (this does not need to be record status or shot in the county).
The archer needs to send in the result sheet, ideally by email, and scores they are claiming, for instance on a Metric round as well as the overall 12 dozen score there are distance totals etc. now included.
Full details on the County Records page.