EquipmentPosted by Andy Harrison Sun, May 14, 2017 20:07:45
Barry Judd, one of our previous members has unfortunately had to give up Archery due to an injury and now has equipment for sale.
Details of the equipment below:
1 HOYT HELIX RISER,RIGHT HAND 25
INCH.signs of use but still very nice
1 PAIR HOYT GP CARBON 720 LIMBS,34
lb MED.as new
1 PAIR HOYT G3 LIMBS,40 lb
MED.obvious marks but still work well
1 SHIBUYA CARBON SIGHT.well used but
still in perfect order
1 SF VELOCITY CARBON SIGHT.brand new
1 VAS SYSTEM
1 AVALON TEC ONE BAG / RUCKSACK. as new
12 EASTON ARROWS,A/C/C series E .30
inch 1 has damaged point
1 GOOD QUALITY BOW STAND
1 EASTON QUIVER
1 FIVICS CHEST GUARD
Plus arm protector,finger
tabs,strings and stringer,wax,allen keys and screwdrivers,setting up square.
I am selling the lot for £500,to a
club member,if no takers then I'll put it online for £600.
Happy to meet to show any buyer the kit.
Contact Barry by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EquipmentPosted by Andy Harrison Fri, January 13, 2017 20:01:13
Anchor Bowmen would like to express their thanks to Colin Mills for his kind equipment donation. The donated re-curve and compound equipment will help to bolster our equipment library, helping new archers sample different forms of the sport before committing to their own equipment purchases.
ResultsPosted by Tim Fri, December 09, 2016 15:53:58
The Junior National Indoor Champs were held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on Saturday 3rd December.
It was a very closely fought competition across all age categories. The JB U18's category was won with a record score of 595. The top three in the JB U16's category were separated by two points, with the winner being decided on golds. For full report see link.
Lewis Haslam was the only Anchor Bowmen representative at the championship. Once again he's done the Club & county proud, scoring 558 & coming home with the silver medal in the JB U14's.
Reported By : Jamie Haslam (Proud Dad)
GeneralPosted by Andy Harrison Mon, September 26, 2016 17:24:40
Divine intervention points Barrie to the Gold at the end of the rainbow!
(2016 Derbyshire County Championships)
GeneralPosted by Andy Harrison Sun, September 11, 2016 19:38:46
Thanks to the Magnificent 7 (Meg, Mo, Dave, Andy, Wendy, Chris and Harry) who gave up their entire Sunday (including missing the league shoot) to run 5 hours of have a go sessions at Elvaston Castle today.
The weather was abnormally perfect, warm enough for shirt sleeves without dehydration.
Traffic was slow but steady through the afternoon and we managed to get 58 people the chance to shoot. Not as many as we had hoped for but a surprisingly large number were very interested in moving onto a beginners course and had not been aware of the club before today.
We raised £121 for TreeTops which contributes to the near £20,000 they believe they raised today (mostly from the entries for the colour rush itself).
Anyway thanks again team, you deserve the glass of wine tonight (except Harry of course as alcohol is a terrible old persons habit you should avoid at all cost).
GeneralPosted by Tim Mon, August 15, 2016 13:42:09
ABAC will once again be helping raise funds for Treetops Hospice at their "Colour Rush and Family Fun Day" which is being held at Elvaston Castle Country Park, Derby on Sun 11th September (11am - 5pm).
You don't have to take part in the Colour Rush run itself, just come along and join the spectacle...and maybe try your hand at "shooting a few golds" too.
For more details see this link:http://www.treetopshospice.org.uk/events/colour-rush/
ResultsPosted by Chris Wilson Mon, July 25, 2016 13:34:36
Derbyshire won the inter-counties compound team "Bingham Ceramics" trophy on Sunday at Southwell. Elliott put on an impressive show in his first ever compound competition with a borrowed bow and a couple of weeks practice to help the county team win by just 3 points.
Lewis shot an amazing 1216 to win the EMAS Junior Intercounties Gentleman Recurve Highest Score trophy.
ResultsPosted by Tim Wed, July 20, 2016 13:55:02
Congratulations to Elliot & Lewis on their achievements at the Junior National Champs. The event was held over the weekend of 2-3 July & was the biggest ever. With over 330 of GB's best young archers, across all disciplines, shooting it out across 91 targets....it was quite a spectacle!
Saturday was Metrics day and Elliot, shooting a Metric I for the first time, scored 1001 which place him 20th in a very competitive field. Lewis, shooting a Metric III, scored a massive 1249, placing him 2nd & winning him a silver medal.
The Bristol rounds were on Sunday. Elliot came in 15th, with 1020 for a Bristol I & Lewis, shooting the Bristol III, was eventually placed 4th.