Submission forms can be found in the Selection Criteria Page
|2020 Cut off Dates||Dates are non negotiable.|
Commonwealth Archery Championships (Europe)
Incorporating Senior Euronations
This event is due to take place on the last weekend in June 2020 in Wales
EAF Cut off date
6pm - 14th April 2020
Three qualification scores based on Record Status WA720 round achieved at
Record Status events from
5th May 2019 to 12th April 2020
may be submitted
(Recurves shoot 70m and Compound shoot 50m for WA720 rounds)
Senior Home Nations (Lilleshall)
8th - 9th August 2020
(Incorporated into British Target Championships)
(Archers who have represented GB in the previous 12 months are not eligible to represent England)
EAF Cut off date
6pm - 11th June 2020
Three WA 1440 12 dozen scores achieved at Record Status events from 9th June 2019 to 7th June 2020 may be submitted.
Senior National Indoor Championships
EAF Cut Off Date
6pm- 6th October 2020
Three WA18 Scores shot at
Record Status shoots between
6th October 2019 and4th October 2020
28th Feb 2020
Commonwealth Games 2022
On the 23rd February 2020 the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) announced that a Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships would take place in India in 2022, after a proposal to stage the event was presented by Commonwealth Games India (CGI) and approved by the CGF Executive Board at their meeting in London.
The event is scheduled to be held in January 2022 in Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana. Birmingham will be hosting the Commonwealth Games 2022 later in the same year between July 27th and August 7th. The decision confirmed that Chandigarh 2022 and Birmingham 2022 will be two separately organised and funded Commonwealth Sport events. A week after the Closing Ceremony of Birmingham 2022 the CGF will issue a medal table that includes the results from the Chandigarh 2022 Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships, as a further and final ranking of CGF nations and territories from the respective competitions.
Archery England Chairman, Marc Grady stated, “Myself and the Archery England Executive are absolutely thrilled that we once again have the opportunity for English Archers to compete at the highest level. We worked really hard to have archery included in Birmingham 2022 so I’m delighted that this ambitious proposal by India has been accepted by CGF".
Archery England will look to identify the strongest team to represent England at the Commonwealth Championships, in line with eligibility and procedures defined by the CGF, World Archery and CGE as appropriate. Further details to follow as these become available
13th December 2019
Photographs by Derek Sizeland - use link below
18th Oct 2019
23rd June 2019
Wendie King replaces the injured Hannah Burnage as reserve for the Ladies Recurve Team
for the 2019 Senior Home Nations Match
21st June 2019
9th March 2019
2019 English Target Championships
The 2019 EAF Target Championships will take place on the 3rd August and form part of the 57th Cheshire Archery Association Weekend, hosted by Cheshire Archery Association and Neston Company of Archers.
The venue is Wirral Rugby & Cricket Club, Thornton Common Road, Clatterbridge, Wirral. CH63 0LT
Further details are available on the Cheshire Archery association web site
Any club wishing to host the event in 2020 please contact the EAF Secretary.
Organisers will need to know by October 2019
15th October 2018
26th July 2018
Changes toTeam England for the senior Home Nations match & Commonwealth Europe
21st June 2018
Team England for the senior Home Nations match
11th June 2018
Changes to the Senior Commonwealth Europe/Euronation Team
Tom Hall has withdrawn from the team. David Timmins moves into the team and Tom Barber is the reserve for the Senior Gents Recurve team.
6th June 2018