Paul Jones travelled on Sunday 19th March to Green Lane Archers indoor competition at Newbiggin on the Sea finishing 3rd.
The round, shot in memory of green lane founder member Albert Crouth, was a Stafford round, 6 dozen arrows at 30 meters.
The next beginners course will be held in June.
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Thursday 16th March:- Portsmouth round
Tuesday 28th March:- Worcester round
Wednesday 29th March:- Coaching session with Martin Holtby
Thursday 30th March:- Last night of indoors
E mail thread from a competitor at the recent 720 at AOER. A great credit to our club
Dear David, (Reaney)
I hope you are well and not too tired from the weekends shoot.
Just a wee note to thank you all so very much for being so amazingly wonderful to me this weekend! I cannot thank you all enough!
Could you pass my appreciation on the Mike, Aaron and the elderly gent [beard] who helped me with my arrow collecting and support! They were absolutely brilliant!! You’ve got a fantastic club and I can see it growing in the future because of all of your amazing nature!
I am so sorry I could not stay until the end and did pass my apologies on through Mike. I have a five hour journey home and work the next day so needed to get off as early as possible.
Thank you again for a fab day and will hopefully see you all again in the future.
All the very best.
Amanda George Aff.STEP
Hope you had a good Journey home.
Thank you for the E-mail very kind of you to say such kind words I have passed it on to club members.The man with the beard is Chicken John .Do you mind if we put you kind comments on our website ?
Thanks for getting back to me.
Thank ‘Chicken John’ for me too!!
You were all fantastic and by all means, pop it in your website.
Could you thank Penny for me too. Thanks again.
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ARCHERS OF EAST RIDING TO HOST THEIR BIGGEST TOURNAMENT SO FAR.
Get ready for a great days Archery at Hutton Cranswick the home of Archers of East Riding.
Sunday 27th September see’s our inaugural World Archery 720 round and Head to Head competition.
Up to 64 Archers from all over the country will take part in a 70 metre ranking round and then pit themselves against each other with a head to head elimination leaving one archer victorious.
The action starts at 9.00 in the morning and will carry on for the rest of the day, spectators are welcome and Archers from the club will be on hand to answer any questions and give commentary on the action as it takes place.
Everyone is welcome, there is no charge for entrance with refreshments being available for most of the day.
For further information and our location, please visit www.archersofeastriding.co.uk
Great news about the recent Yorkshire Selections for both Junior and Senior Members
Wishing you all good luck and enjoyment
For 2015, the event will be hosted by Yorkshire, and will be held on Saturday 3 October 2015, hosted by the Archers of East Riding at Driffield.
Soph, Ed, Dan and Niamh have been selected to represent Yorkshire , Jess has just missed out but she is reserve so fingers crossed she might make it as well
Seniors Penny Mowforth Ladies Longbow and Tom Mowforth Mens Recurve
Well done and congratulations to you all
Sunday 2nd August 2015, Archers of East Riding hit the road again to take part in the Annual East Riding Invitation Competition hosted by Burton Constable Company of Bowmen. With a good turn out from both juniors and seniors and quite favourable weather, hopes of a good trophy haul were high.
Shooting an American round comprising of 2.5 dozen arrows each at 60, 50 and 40 yards the seniors certainly performed well, especially David Reaney with quadruple success. Not to be out done the juniors performed equally as well shooting Western rounds according to age, with Niamh Titchener achieving a County Record score.
Archers of East Riding Results:
1st Gent Recurve David Reaney
1st Recurve Team David Reaney, Peter Brock, Paul Jones and Stuart Hall
Highest score for Veterans David Reaney
Highest score Husband and Wife Team Carole and David Reaney (again!)
1st Under 12—Recurve Lady Niamh Titchener
1st Under 12— Recurve Gent Daniel Hall
1st Under 14— Recurve Lady Jessica Hall
1st Under 16— Recurve Gent Edward Wallace
1st Under 18—Recurve Lady Sophie Joyce
1st Under 18—Recurve Gent Ben Shepperd
Junior Gents Best Gold Daniel Hall
Junior Ladies Worst White Jessica Hall
Junior Gents Worst White Edward Wallace
All in all a great days Archery and achievement for everyone, made even better by the excellent hospitality and kind comments from our hosts. Special recognition goes to Sophie and Ben who competed in true Archery spirit by supporting their fellow archers and to all the juniors who “were a pleasure to be around”. We will look forward to defending our trophies again next year.
If you would like to give Archery a shot please visit our website www.archersofeastriding.co.uk for further information.
Sophie Joyce, Niamh Titchener and Ed Wallace all of Archers of East Riding Juniors travelled to Lilleshall last weekend to compete in the Junior National Outdoor Championships hosted by Archery GB.
The weather might have interrupted proceedings especially on the Sunday with thunder storms and lightening but it could not affect the high quality of the shooting.
With 70 targets and over 250 Archers this was by far the biggest tournament our junior Archers had taken part in. Shooting Fita rounds on Saturday and Bristol rounds on the Sunday with distances of 60 metres for Sophie and Ed and 30 metres for Niamh, distance dependent on age. All performed very well attaining creditable scores and finishing positions against some very experienced Archers from all over the country.
Our junior archers will be submitting their scores taken from Fita or Bristol tournaments this year with the hope of being selected to represent Yorkshire in the upcoming Five Counties Tournament to be hosted by Archers of East Riding in October, their performance at Lilleshall will certainly help toward that goal.
For further information on getting in to Archery please see our website www.archersofeastriding.co.uk
E mail Received Regarding AOER Juniors Supporting a Fellow Archer at the Recent Burton Constable Shoot
A great credit to the club and to the Juniors concerned well done
Dear Sophie and Ben,
Just wanted to say a big thank you to you both today for the support you gave to T. Jay. I am sure it was very difficult for him to do this competition today and was made very pleasant for him by two young adults just being nice! His Mum cannot sing your praises enough. Many thanks.
Dave and Carole,
What fantastic juniors you have at your club, you must be very proud of them and all you are achieving with the club.
Sophie and Ben made a young man with difficulties enjoy his day, what more can you say! His Mum could not say enough about them both. An absolute credit to yourself and Sophie.
The young unfortunately always seem to get criticism because they are young. Some do not take the time to understand, as they prefer to Judge too quickly.
All of the AoER Juniors, I have found to be an absolute pleasure to be around and that is testament to their parents and also to the club as well I am sure.
Be good to see you soon,
Dave / Karen
Just a quick personal note.
Many thanks for your kind words regarding Sophie and Ben. It really is a breath of fresh air to receive compliments instead of criticism these days.
I am so proud that our Juniors could make such an impact.
Again many thanks and look forward to seeing you soon.
On the weekend of 6th and 7th June our Archers travelled to Wetherby to take part in the Yorkshire Archery Association Annual County Championships and Open Meeting 2015.
Due to high winds and safety concerns the Saturday, World Archery Fita rounds had to be cancelled after only three ends, leaving the Archers to pack away and hope for better conditions on the Sunday.
Happily, Sunday did improve, it actually started on a high for the Archers of East Riding with our very own Trevor Astley being presented with the Yorkshire Sword in recognition of his organisation of the Long Bow Tournament on behalf of the Yorkshire Committee, a thankless task which Trevor has carried out successfully for the last few years and has already volunteered his services for 2015.
After Trevor’s presentation and the morning briefing the shooting began. Although the conditions were still challenging with a stiff changeable wind, shooting did commence. The juniors were shooting Bristol rounds dependent on age with distances from 40 to 60 yards and the seniors shooting a York round comprising of 100, 80 and 60 yards.
After a long day of competitive and challenging shooting it was time for the presentations; Archers of East Riding athletes enjoying success in the following categories:
Champion U.14 Girl Recurve shooting a Bristol 4 round Jessica Hall
Champion U.12 Boy Recurve shooting a Bristol 4 round Daniel Hall
2nd U.12 Girl Recurve shooting a Bristol 5 round Niamh Tichener
2nd U.18 Girl Recurve shooting a Bristol 2 round Sophie Joyce
Junior Recurve Team Yorkshire Champions
Jessica Hall, Daniel Hall, Niamh Tichener and Sophie Joyce
Champion Lady Longbow shooting a Hereford round Penny Mowforth
Champion Gent Recurve shooting a York round Blain Nicholson
Highest 3rd Class recurve shooting a York round Stuart Hall
Senior Recurve Team Yorkshire Champions
Blain Nicholson, Stuart Hall, Jon Joyce and Tom Mowforth
Archers of East Riding can now boast 9 current Yorkshire Champions within their ranks from both Target and Clout competitions this year. The most pleasing factor is the success of our Juniors, most of which have only been shooting for two years or less, it just goes to show what can be achieved in a relatively short time with a little dedication and commitment, even for our ageing Seniors !
For more information about getting into Archery. Please contact Archers of East Riding or visit www.archersofeastriding.co.uk or E Mail : email@example.com