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Archery GB National Series Stage one of the Gents Recurve goes to Wales

The weekend of 14th and 15th of May saw ten Welsh archers travel to Evesham to compete in stage one and two of the Archery GB National Series.

I understand from my roving reporters that Stage 1 went right down to wire with the eventual winner of the gent’s recurve competition having to take part in a one arrow shoot-off in the semi-finals match to secure a place in the final. I’m pleased to say that the winner was one of our own Welsh archers and congratulations go to Jonathan Dyke of Llantarnam Archery Club who took first place.  

Further details and pictures of Jonathan collecting his trophy for Stage One can be found on the Archery GB website 

Stage two saw Dave Phillips, also of Llantarnam Archery Club, progress through to the semi-finals but unfortunately, a second Welsh win was not to be and Dave finished in fourth place. 

Well done to everyone who competed in these stages of National Series and special mentions go to Jodie Grinham (AGB Glamorgan) who made it through to the quarter finals of the ladies compund for Stage Two of the competition and to Ryan Pinder, one of our junior archers from Radnor Foresters who finished fifth in the gents recurve first stage of the series.  

Details of Stage Two can be found on the Archery GB website along with the full results and rankings from both days.

WAA Head to Head and WA1440 competition - a great weekend of shooting

WAA would like to say a huge "Thank You" to Cymric Archers for hosting the first WAA Head to Head and WA1440 competition.


Check out the news story for more details on the weekend’s events.  

On the Road to Rio another step closer

On the Road to Rio – another step closer                  

After an intense weekend of shooting, David Phillips (Llantarnam Archery Club) and Jodie Grinham (AGB Glamorgan) are now following in the footsteps of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby and are on the Road to Rio (for those of you who are too young – I am sure you can find the film on the Internet).

Both Dave and Jodie finished in first place in their respective categories at the end of the weekend and have now been selected to move on the next stage of the Archery GB`s Para Archery Rio Selection shoot. This will take place between the 2nd and 5th June and we wish you both the best of luck on your next steps to Rio and the 2016 Paralympics. 

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