Tournaments

We coordinate tournaments throughout the year, both individual championships and postal tournaments providing competition between clubs.  We also list here details of Open events run by County clubs.

Inter-club competitions
Worcestershire Summer Trophy


Over the summer months there are seven nominated Open tournaments. Archers shooting at these events can submit their scores to their Club Team Manager. The Manager will submit the Club's team handicap adjusted score to the Organiser who will collate the results.

The award of the Trophy, which is based on the cumulative points at the five best events, is made at the AGM in December

Dates

April - Sept

Venue

Nominated events

Organiser

Sue Monk

Garrington Cup


The equivalent of the Summer Trophy, but covering six nominated winter season events.

The award of the Trophy, is made at the Indoor County Championships in March, the last event of the series.

Dates

Oct - March

Venue

Nominated events

Organiser

Sarah Trout

West Midlands Summer League


Inter-club postal competition for the summer season.  Designated rounds are shot each month, with scores submitted by the club to the League organiser.  Part of the scoring is handicap-adjusted, allowing for for any club member to make the team.

Dates

May - Sept

Venue

Club shooting

Organiser

Alan Logan

West Midlands Winter League


The equivalent of the Summer League, except that the round shot will be the Portsmouth round to coincide with the BA Postal League.

Dates

May - Sept

Venue

Club shooting

Organiser

Alan Logan

Individual competitions
County Championships

The County Championship match is normally a York / Hereford round, shot at a nominated County club during August.  

The Junior Championship is shot at the same time, at age-group appropriate distances.

County Indoor Championships


The County Indoor Championship match is a World Archery 18m round shot in March.

Junior County Indoor Championships


The Junior County Indoor Championship match is a Portsmouth round, shot in January.

Open competitions