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A BIG Congratulations to all our Shropshire Junior Archers that took part in the annual Archery GB Youth Festival 2021 last week.

  • Lewis Bodkin, from Audco Archers took the Gold for England in the Home Nations Cub Mixed Team against Northern Ireland. Lewis also took Gold in the Mixed Teams, Gold in Gents Teams and Gold for individual category.  He also set a new County Record and a Club Record of 575 for WA720 50m.

  • Katie Tonkinson, from Audco Archers took the Individual Gold Medal in the Junior Women's Recurve Category and a Bronze Medal in the Junior Recurve Mixed Teams.

  • Penny Healey, from Bowbrook Archers and Katie Mundy-Gill also from Bowbrook Archers took the Gold Medal in the Cadets Women’s Team event.

  • Penny Healey took a Bronze Medal in the Cadet Mixed Team event.

  • Max Oakley, from Bowbrook Archers came 4th in Individual Cadet event narrowly missing out on a Bronze.

  • Megan Costall, AGB/Hafren Archers took a Gold Medal in the Junior Recurve Mixed Teams event.

  • Callum Piggott, from Bowbrook Archers took a Gold Medal in the Cadet Mixed Team event.

  • Callum Piggott and Max Oakley took Bronze in the Cadet Men's Team event.

  • Lauren Rawlings, from Bowbrook Archers took Silver for England shooting in the Junior Recurve Mixed Teams Home Nations event.

  • Violet Walker from Bowbrook Archers and her team came 6th in the Compound Youth Women’s Team event.


Congratulations to Jacob Reid, Megan Costall and Penny Healey on their selection for the World Archery Youth Championships 2021.

The World Archery Youth Championships will take place in Wroclaw, Poland from 9-15 August.

From David Anderson New County Chair.

Having recently taken over the role of County Chair from Simon Nelms. I thought it best to introduce myself. I am a relative newcomer to the sport of Archery having only been shooting for 7 years. I am member at Croesoswallt Archers and being kept busy with coaching being a Level 2 coach.

We have another change on the Committee with Brian Eades of Allscott Heath Archers has taken over the role of Records Officer from John Poole – many thanks John for all your time and efforts in keeping the county records up-to-date.

Tim Swane has been re-elected as the County Coaching Officer for the year ending 2022.

ArcheryGB have undergone a re-organisation and created the Role of Regional Development Officer (RDO) to assist Counties and clubs to get back to archery after the difficult year we have all endured.  The RDO for WMAS is Helen Smedley.

I am sure you are glad like me to be back shooting and very good to hear that most clubs in the County are back and able to shoot.  In terms of getting back to shooting ArcheryGB have launched a Big Re-Opening Weekend for 7th - 9th May. They have also launched their Big Archery Week  5th - 11th July.  I would encourage all clubs to join up to this event to promote archery in your local community. 

We have the following shoots tentatively booked into the Calendar – although this is subject as everything seems to be these days to the Government and ArcheryGB Guidelines, with the next announcement on restrictions being May 17th. When we hear we will of course let you all know what effect this has on clubs.

Heritage Shoots:-

Long Mynd – Postponed - new date to be confirmed

Croesoswallt – 18th July

Allscott Heath – 25th July

Bowbrook – 8th August

Audco  -  15th August

Hafren - 22nd August


Other Shoots:

Wenlock Olympiad – 11th July (Bowbrook)

Silver Dollar – 5th September (Croesoswallt)

County Championships – 28th / 29th August (Long Mynd)

County Clout – 31st October (Croesoswallt)

Junior Intercounties – tba

Senior Intercounties – tba


With regards to the Shropshire Junior Team Manager, Lyn Anderson has taken on this role from Ray Fisher and I would like to thank Ray for a very successful tenure as the Junior Team Manager and hope to see him soon at future shoots.  Some of our Juniors will be classed as Seniors this year, this means Lyn will be looking for new recruits to the squad. If there any who wish to shoot competitively for the County please do let Lyn know - email:

I have taken over the role of Senior Team Manager from Simon and in the same vein any Senior Archers who would like to shoot for the County, please let me know. I can be contacted via the Website or my email –

Next year with life hopefully back to somewhere near normal we are hoping to have other Intercounty shoots outside of WMAS.

We are in the process of updating the Website, if you have any articles or pictures that you would like to see featured, please send to

Postal League


Hi all,

I hope you’re all keeping well at the moment? I’m emailing from Morecambe Bay Archers (Cumbria County Archery Association) with an entry form for the summer postal league we’re running between June and October.

There’s also no entry fee, as we’re looking to encourage people to participate. For the league, archers will need to submit their best Frostbite score each month.

There are digital certificates for the top three archers in each category each month, as well as at the end of the tournament. There is also a medal for the overall winner of each category.

All archers and bowstyles are welcome to participate, and we’re running novice categories for archers in their first two years of shooting. The main thing we want is for people to have a fun and friendly challenge.


Entry form here - Facebook event -

Stuart Scott

Croesoswallt Archers -  Relocate to their new range at the British Iron Works, Oswestry

Junior Coaching Session


William Spalding 


Shropshire County Clout Oct 2020


Socially Distanced Members Open Day

Last July 2020 Croesoswallt relocated from the RJAH Hospital Grounds, Gobowen to The British Iron Works in Oswestry. After some hard work by the members preparing the ranges they held their Big Open Day in early August.  October 2020 saw Croesoswallt host the Shropshire County Clout which will now be the permanent venue for this event.  This year plans are a foot to host both the Silver Dollar & a Heritage shoot all being well of course with Covid-19 restrictions.

Since relocating, Croesoswallt has already seen its membership increase significantly. The 10 acre site has a main target range with all distances from 20 to 100 yards & all alternative meter distances too.  A separate beginners range & a 180 yard clout range.  

Regular taster sessions & beginners course will be available throughout the year.  For more details:-   Croesoswallt Archers

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