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Spring into Spring (updated)

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As the season changes (for the better hopefully), there’s a flurry of activity on the archery tournament front in SA…. so long as COVID restrictions permit! Who said, “There’s nothing to do”?

This includes the ARCHERY SA State Clout Championships at Kapunda on 29 August (entries close 23 August)

And the following entry/registration forms for upcoming events are active:

And then of course, there’s The Paralympics in Tokyo from 27 August to 4 September and the National Archery Championships in Burnie from 29 September to 4 October.

This is then followed by the:

  • Australian Masters Games in Perth from 9-16 October
  • Archery Australia National Archery (postal) Championships (SA 1st leg) , 9-10 October at Victor Harbor AC
  • Level 1 Coaches Course #4, 10 October at Unley
  • Barossa Invitation, 16-17 October at Tanunda
  • ARCHERY SA Development Day, 24 October at Mylor
  • Southern Vales AC, Deb Upright Classic, 24 October at Victor Harbor AC
  • Torrens Valley Clout, 30 October at Birdwood
  • Archery Australia National Crossbow Championships hosted by Barossa AC at Tanunda, 4-8 November
  • Cressy Crossbow Tournament, 6 November at Salisbury South
  • ARCHERY SA AJ Barter 50Plus Tournament, 7 November at Mylor, in conjunction with the
  • ARCHERY SA Tyro Tournament, 7 November at Mylor
  • Archery Australia National Target Championships (SA 2nd leg), 13 &14 November at Mylor, incorporating
    • ARCHERY SA Matchplay Event, 13 November
    • ARCHERY SA State Target Championships, 14 November
  • ARCHERY SA Level 1 Coaches course #5, 14 November at Unley
  • EDEN Field Archers Ladies’ Day, 20 November at St Marys
  • Level 2 Coaches Course, 27 November (& 4 December) at Unley
  • Southern Vales Longly Longbow Tournament, 28 November at Morphett Vale
  • and then there’s QREs, and we’re into Summer…. phew!