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*the date is highlighted on this ARCHERY  SA Calendar (as “QRE in SA”), provided the QRE has been advised, in writing, to the ARCHERY SA Tournament Director.

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Archery Australia National & ARCHERY SA State Indoor Archery Championships

6 July - 7 July

6-7 July

Venues are:

  • Mid North Archers, Port Pirie (Sunday, 7 July) (venue confirmed)
  • The Farm Indoor Archery Club, Ingle Farm (Sunday, 7 July) (venue confirmed)
  • Blue Lake Archers, Mount Gambier (Saturday, 6 July) (venue confirmed)
  • Goolwa Sports Stadium, Goolwa (two-day event) (venue confirmed)
Port Pirie
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Mount Gambier
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Goolwa
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Ingle Farm
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Entering in TWO categories

If you wish to enter in more than one category (e.g. Open class as well as your age appropriate class), this can only be shot at Goolwa and must be completed as separate transactions. The system will not allow you to put two transactions for the same person in your “cart”.

For your second entry, select either:

Note that it is arbitrary which flight you enter into which category. Categories will be allocated to AM or PM flights depending on numbers.

All Entries close 11.59 pm, Thursday, 6 June

Rounds shot: All competitors, including arbalists, will shoot –

  • Double Australian Indoor Round 18m (2 x 30 arrow rounds). For the Australian Indoor rounds – 40cm Single or 3-spot Triangular (Vegas style) target faces must be used.
  • Single World Archery Indoor 18m round (60 arrows). For the WA Indoor Round – 40cm Single or 3-spot Vertical (traffic lights) target faces must be used.

The style of face used by archers will be at the archer’s choice. The entry form will enable entrants to select the target face they wish to shoot for each round.

NOTES

  • The Double Australia Indoor Round will be shot first.
  • For the WA 18m Indoor Round, no Xs are recorded.
  • The total score will be out of 1200 for each competitor.

Note: Archery Australia requires all RGB & Open team registrations to be submitted by 6 June (although team member names can be adjusted, up to 15 June, provided the team has been registered by 6 June).

RGB TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Seniors:

Each RGB can enter one Senior Recurve Team, one Senior Compound Team and one Senior Barebow Recurve Team.

The composition of each team shall be up to four (4) athletes, with the composition of each team as follows –

Teams will be of mixed gender:
– A team of four must include no more than 75% of one gender
– A team of three must include no more than 66% of one gender
– A team of two must include no more than 50% of one gender

Only one team in each Division of Recurve, Compound and Barebow (Recurve) shall be entered by each RGB.

There will be up to four (4) members in a team

  • Teams to be mixed gender as per the above ratios.
  • The team name shall be the RGB name
  • Team members must be from the same RGB
  • A RGB cannot enter more than one team in each equipment category
  • Team members can be from any age division
  • The team members are not required to shoot at the same venue
  • Team winners will be decided on the aggregate of the best 3 team members’ scores over the 2 rounds (120 arrows/archer)
  • Archery Australia Championship gold medals for any given category will only be awarded if there are at least 3 teams entered in that category.

Youth:

Each RGB can enter one Youth Recurve Team and one Youth Compound Team.

(Barebow Recurve & Longbow can be included in the Youth Recurve Team, and Barebow Compound can be included in the Youth Compound Team.)

Teams will be of mixed gender:
– A team of four must include no more than 75% of one gender
– A team of three must include no more than 66% of one gender
– A team of two must include no more than 50% of one gender

Only one team in each Division of Recurve and Compound shall be entered by each RGB.

  • There will be up to four (4) members in a team. For clarity, a team can be entered with fewer than four (4) members.
  • The best 3 scores from within the team will be added to make up the “Team Score”.
  • The combination in the team can include only 1 x U14, 1 x U16, 1 x U18 and 1 x U21. Archers can be selected and shoot up an Age Class, but this can only occur if a RGB does not have an available participant from the ages listed above. For clarity, an Under 14 archer cannot be selected as an Under 16 archer if there is an Under 16 archer available for selection.
  • If an archer is selected in a State’s (Senior) Team, they cannot participate in the Youth Team event.
  • Teams MUST be mixed gender as set out above.
  • The team’s name shall be the RGB name.
  • Team members must be from the same RGB.
  • A RGB cannot enter more than one team in each equipment category.
  • The team members are not required to shoot at the same venue.
  • Archery Australia Championship gold medals for any given category will only be awarded if there are at least 3 teams entered in that category.

Details

Start:
6 July
End:
7 July
Event Categories:
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Website:
www.archerysa.org.au