Field Archery

Results of the English Field Championships 19th - 20th May 2018
2018 English Field Championships.pdf
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Photo by Mark Davies

31st May 2018

 

Well done to the English Field Archery Team who won the Home Nations event at the British Field Championships 2018 hosted by Overton Black arrows at the Warren near Watership Down 26/27 May. Saturday started gloomy but warmed to a beautiful afternoon.

 

The promised rain overnight into Sunday failed to materialise leaving another hot and dry day. 24 marked and 24 unmarked targets completed the field and more than 130 archers took part. There was some fine shooting by many and this year’s Champions are as follows:

 

English Team WIN Home Nations!

1st, England Total score 4468

  • Daisy Clark Cmpd Unltd
  • Jon Shales Recurve
  • Joe Fairburn Recurve
  • James Annall Barebow
  • Jason Meehan Barebow
  • Michaela Lake Traditional
  • Ian Brown AFB
  • Daniel Hawley Longbow

 

2nd, Wales with 4291

3rd, Ireland with 3502

 

Individual Champions:

 

American flatbow: Ian Brown and Emily Williams

  • Under 18s: Anna Catling

Barebow: Jason Meehan and Jessica Nilsson

  • Under 15s: James Walker-Mathews and Amelia Thomas
  • Under 18s: Tom Mehaffey and Phoebe Rose

Compound barebow: Simon Price and Marion Patterson

  • Under 18s: Menna William

Traditional: Ceri Thomas and Michaela Lake

Longbow: Alex Newnes and Beth Duthie

Compound: Tapani Kalmaru and Hope Greenwood

  • Under 18s: Finnlay Barret-Rees and Cyra Rawdin-Jones

Recurve: Mark Nesbitt and Megan Tinker

  • Under 15s: Jodie Buckner
  • Under 18s: Joe Fairburn

Top veterans: John Davies, Jason Meehan, Victoria Williams, Marion Patterson, Bernie Dicks, Charlie Coombs, John Hartfield, Ceri Thomas and Michaela Lake.

Top married couple: Tom and Victoria Duncan

Top Home Nations team: England

16th March 2018

 

Link to the Entry for for the 2018 Championships

 

19th/20th May 2018 at Daventry Rugby Football Ground, Stefen Hill Sports Club,

Western Avenue, Daventry.  NN114ST

 

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/3c9db4_f1c4232382584d0c909c92b0b69a6e35.pdf

18th July 2017

Watership Down Field Archery Tournament English Results 8th and 9th July 2017
2017 - English Field Results.pdf
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18th May 2017

 

Team England for the 50th All British and Open Field Championships

 

I am pleased to confirm that the team selected by the EAF to represent England in the Home Nations match at the 50th All British and Open Field Championships 2017 at Pentref Bowmen, Llwynypia, South Wales on 27th & 28th May 2017, is a follows:

 

Tom Duncan, Jon Shales, Naomi Folkard, Jason Meehan, Mark Robertson, Michaela Lake, Richard Powell and Steve Burke

 

The teams must consist of at least 2 members of the opposite gender and represent each of the following 8 bow styles, although substitutions for a “lower” bow style are allowed: Compound Unlimited, Compound Limited, Recurve, Compound Barebow, Barebow, Traditional, American Flatbow and English Longbow.

 

The winning team is the one with the highest combined score after 2 days (1 day unmarked distances and 1 day marked distances).

 

Steve Burke

Field Team Manager

English Archery Federation

16th March 2017

English Field Championships entry form here. 8th / 9th July 2017
OvBA16 entry.docx
Microsoft Word document [54.3 KB]

15th February 2017

 

A short history of the EAF Field Championships by Peter Turner

Potted History of the EAF Field Champion[...]
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12th February 2017

 

Following the request for volunteer clubs to host the EAF Field Championships 2017 it has been agreed that Overton Black Arrows will provide the venue and organisation. The Event will take place on 8/9th July 2017 - Arrowhead/record status has been approved. No doubt further details will appear on the EAF and Overton Black Arrows websites in due course.

 

The EAF Chairman would like to thank those club officers and their committees who volunteered at short notice - Overton Black Arrows, Ballands Bowmen, DNAA Netherwitton, Northampton AC, Wrexham Bowmen

English Field Archery Team 2016

Left to right Alan Wills; Michaela Lake; Richard Powel; Jason Meehan; Steve Burke; Lizzie Rees; Gary Cole; John Shales. English Field Archery Team 2016

Left to right

Alan Wills; Michaela Lake; Richard Powel; Jason Meehan; Steve Burke; Lizzie Rees; Gary Cole; John Shales.

Results for the All British and Open Field Archery Championship 2016

Results for the All British and Open Field Archery Championships 2016
ABO Field Archery Champs 2016.pdf
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All British and Open Field Championships 2016

 

The team selected by EAF to represent England in the Home Nations match at the 49th All British and Open Field Championships 2016 in Northern Ireland is a follows:

Gary Cole, Jon Shales, Alan Wills, Lizzy Rees, Jason Meehan, Michaela Lake, Richard Powell and Steve Burke

 

The teams must consist of at least 2 members of the opposite gender and represent each of the following 8 bow styles, although substitutions for a “lower” bow style are allowed:

Compound Unlimited, Compound Limited, Recurve, Compound Barebow, Barebow, Traditional, American Flatbow and English Longbow.

 

The winning team is the one with the highest combined score after 2 days (1 day unmarked distances and 1 day marked distances).

Results of English Field Champs - Held at Kendal 2nd / 3rd April 2016
Results - English Field Champs 2016.xlsx
Microsoft Excel sheet [12.4 KB]

8th April 2016

 

Results of the English Field Championships in 2016 that were held on the 2nd & 3rd April 2016 hosted by Kendal Bowmen.

 

 

28th July 2015

Results of the 2015 English Field Championships held at Ballards Bowmen 25/26th July
EAF Field Championship Results 2015.pdf
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Results of the 48th All British Field Championships - 2015
The archers highlighted are NOT English. From this it can be seen that the majority of the British Champions came from England.

Our congratulations go them and also to the persons who formed the “English Team” for the “Home Nations” competition and won it by a good margin over Wales, followed by Ireland and Scotland.
48th_All_Brtish_and_Open_Field_Champs_re[...]
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