Each year Bedfordshire clubs take part in the Presidents and Pairs.
This is a relaxed and fun shoot with a touch of competitiveness and, of course, trophies for the winners.
You will see from the details below that this is not your normal shoot so I hope that as many archers as possible will come along and make it a great day out.
This year it will take part at Kestrels outdoor field, Furzenhall Road, Biggleswade on Sunday June 30th.
Shooting will begin at 11am. Assembly at 10:45.
The rounds to be shot are a Western and Junior Western, depending on age.
This is a County event hosted by Kestrels – Your help is therefore appreciated in setting up and putting away.
There is registration and a small amount of administration to be handled so please be there in plenty of time.
There is no fee for this event.
Can you please complete the details below for each archer who would like to compete and send to KestrelsChairman@hotmail.com by 27th June.
There are a number of “team” and pairs trophies for this event. These are shown below – groupings may be decided on the day prior to shooting but if you would like to select your partners beforehand please agree with them and give the names on your reply.
Longbow team – 2 archers from the same club
Recurve team – 5 archers from the same club
Compound team – 2 archers from the same club
Pairs Recurve – 2 archers from any club in the county (handicapped)
Pairs Compound – 2 archers from any club in the county (handicapped)
Presidents Recurve – 5 archers from the same club (no more than 3 who are first class or better)
Presidents Compound – 3 archers from the same club (no more than 1 who is bowman or better)
In recognition of the number of barebow archers in the County we will also recognise a Barebow Team – 2 archers from the same club.
Gender (Female/Male) :
Age Group (Senior/Junior) :
Bow Type (Recurve/Compound/Barebow/Longbow) :
Club Name :
Handicap (1-100) : Classification (3rd, 2nd, 1st, Bowman, M Bowman, GMB) :
Disability (if any) :
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