WILFORD BOWMEN (NOTTINGHAM) 67th OPEN TOURNAMENT – 17th May 2015 WORLD ARCHERY STAR STATUS

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WILFORD BOWMEN (NOTTINGHAM)
68th OPEN TOURNAMENT – 22nd May 2016

WRS DOUBLE WA70, WA50 (comp), WA Cadet 60m
Non WRS Rounds 50m, 40m, 30m, 20m

Venue: Nottingham Hockey Centre, University Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 2PS (next door to Nottingham Tennis Centre)

Location map: http://www.beestonhockeyclub.com/find

Session 1 Assembly: 8.30 Practice: 8.45-9.30 Start: 9.30
Session 2 Assembly: 12:45 Practice: 13.00- 13.45 Start: 13.45
Session 2 times are dependent on session, but will not start before the stated times.

Lady Paramount: TBA
Director of shooting: Mr R Elliott
Bosses: Layered foam bosses will be used.
Entry fee: Double rounds: Seniors & WA juniors £13.00, WA cadets £6.50. Single rounds: Seniors & WA juniors £7.00, WA cadets £3.50. Cheques payable to: “Wilford Bowmen”.
Entries: Send entries to: Mr. G. Meakin, 57 Packman Drive, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6GF
Closing date: 16th May
Awards: subject to entry.
Target List: A provisional target list will be available at wilfordbowmen.wordpress.com at least one day before the event.
Notes:
All archers under 18 must be accompanied by a Parent or Carer for the duration of the shoot.
World Record Status has been granted for this event. ArcheryGB rule 307 will apply. Record Status tournaments are liable for drug testing; competitors approached to give samples must comply. Refusal to comply will be treated as a positive result. It is a requirement of Record Status events that parents/guardians of juniors entering must sign the entry form to give consent for drug testing.
In accordance with ArcheryGB Child Protection policy anyone wishing to take photographs or image recording at this event must complete the register of Photographers, before doing so.
Archery GB cards to be shown on registration, competitors may only shoot with proof of membership.
Archers shooting all carbon arrows must inform the Tournament Organiser before the start of the shoot.
Each archer is responsible for finding any arrows they may have lost before leaving the ground.
Please note that neither Wilford Bowmen (Nottingham) or Nottingham City Council will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to competitors’ goods or equipment.

 

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