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Sarum Triple Wand Shoot Results

The list of winners can be found here, and the full results can be found here.

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South Wilts – The Not Boxing Day Shoot – 27 December 2016

118 archers shot our 32 Target course, a mixture of 3Ds, Hessians & faces, including a few new breeds – a ‘Hox’ (see pic below), a ‘Fare’ and a couple of ‘cross bred’ Deer! We were fortunate again with good … Continue reading

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Autumn Open Shoot – 4 September 2016

129 archers shot our 40 Target 3D course in overcast, but warm and calm conditions. The non-scoring running deer in front of the big brown bear in the field did its job in conjunction with long and short grass. At … Continue reading

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24th July – Master Hunter Open Field Shoot

83 archers came to try our Master Hunter course of 37 x 3Ds and 3 large Faces. The weather was kind except for a heavy shower just before the results.  The alligator hadn’t moved since our last shoot but still … Continue reading

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1st May 2016 – Bluebell Open Shoot.

165 archers shot our 40 x 3D course in fairly warm and sunny conditions. The alligator caught out many archers, so a lot of 2nd & 3rd arrows! The novel Target 21 needed some guidance from Marshalls. Shooting from a … Continue reading

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17th February – SWAC vs SUAC Friendly Shoot

Southampton University Archers joined us once more for our annual friendly Portsmouth shoot, all be it slightly delayed as our hall was being renovated at the end of last year. Extremely strong shooting from Southampton Uni with a high score of … Continue reading

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7th February – Sarum Triple Wand Shoot

A cold but mostly dry day, marred only by a heavy shower half way through the third Wand. Thank you to everyone who came to share the day with us and in particular to Moira Drummond our Lady P. Many thanks also … Continue reading

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