2015 Results

Please click on your bow type below to see where you sit on the Ratings Board.

To improve your rating you need to shoot some rounds and submit your scorecard. This can be done via the Scorecard Inbox in the clubhouse or click here to submit your score online now.

Updated 03/12/2015

 

 

Ratings Table

Click on your bow type to open an Adobe PDF with the results

2015 Final Results
Compound Bow
Barebow Compound
Recurve Bow
Barebow Recurve
Longbow
Traditional

Bow Types

Compound Bow
For an explanation on Compound Bows, visit Archery Australia.

Barebow Compound
Barebow compound is shot mainly in Field Archery, but is also very popular for Target, Indoor and Clout. The bow is shot without the use of sight and only one (short) stabiliser. Barebow compound is not recognised outside of Australia. Archery Australia has specific rules relating to Barebow Compound.

Recurve Bow
The "Recurve Bow" is the bow that can be shot in all events and is the only equipment eligible at the Olympic Games. For more information visit Archery Australia.

Barebow Recurve
Please visit Archery Australia website to view an explanation on Barebow Recurve.

Longbow
Archery Australia has specific rules for Longbow which generally follow World Archery Rules. For more information visit Archery Australia.

Presidents Shield

The Presidents Shield is open to all members and uses the Ratings system from The Archer's Diary.

2015 Final Results

OzBow Results

The OzBow rounds are an ideal way to move from beginner to intermediate archer, these start at 10m. Once you have attained the required score at 10m move on to 15m etc but keep moving on to the next challenge. Once you are shooting to 20m you can also start on the official archery rounds, ie the Newcastle round which is 90 arrows at 20m.