Recent Updates

66th East Anglian Championship UKRS St George/Albion Entry Form (21 Aug) - see Tournaments page

ECAA Albion Recurve League Fixtures, Rules and score Sheets - see Albion Recurve League page

Havering Youth Games at Abbey Entry Form (7 May) - see Tournaments page

ECAA Bray League Match 4 Results - see Bray League page

ECAA Andy Harris Match 5 Results and Table - see Andy Harris League page

Priory Bowmen Change of Secretary - see Clubs page

Raydon Hall Soup Shoot Entry Form (10 April) - see Tournaments page

Raydon Hall Indoor American VI Results - see Results page

ECAA January Meeting Minutes - see Meetings page

ECAA County Calendar updated - see County Calendar page

 

Notification for AGM
The ECCA AGM will be on Sunday 21st February at Marconi Sports Club, Chelmsford from 12pm.

Notice and documents for the AGM are available on this page.

There is also a document about the proposed changes to membership be AGB which everyone should read
 

Ken Gray Memorial Shoot

The 14th Ken Gray Memorial shoot was held at Mayflower Archers on Saturday 6th February. This shoot was set up in remembrance of Ken who developed Mayflower’s successful Junior club. It was Ken who started this invitational shoot, designed for juniors in their first year or so of shooting to gain some experience of a competition, without the formality. An average score is calculated for each team in calculating the final results and following this, the bosses are filled with balloons for all to burst and sweets dished out to those who pop them.

For more information and pictures see this article

WA Level 1 CPD Extension Course

Dates: 27th/28th Feb, 9th April 2016.

Time:- 09.00-17.00

Venue:- Alleyn Court Prep School, Wakering Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS3 0PW.

Cost: £25

For more information see this leaflet
and for course booking contact: Anna Heaven


Who was Andy Harris?

As part of the 60th Anniversary of the League founded and run in his name Marlene has been talking to Tom and Iris Major about Albert 'Andy' Harris

The article has lots of information including how he became known as Andy and is well worth a read

 

Passing of Ted Bricknell and Lorna Gladwell from Holdens Archers

Alan Goodsman has provided information about two long standing members of Holdens Archers who passed away last year.

Both were long serving members of the archery community and will be missed by all.

You can read the articles by Alan on this page.


Calling all Longbow Archers

The County needs a team of 8 archers to take part in the annual Longbow inter-county match against Cambridge, this year being held on Sunday 27th March at Rayleigh Town indoor venue, Rayleigh. It will be a Double Portsmouth

Please send your three best scores from an Open Tournament for either Portsmouth of WA18 rounds or both to the team Manager on the form provided on the website.

Scores should have been shot between October 1st 2015 and February 7th 2016.

Closing date to receive the scores is Friday 12th February 2016.

You never know, you could be part of the team, so why not send your scores!


Essex and Suffolk at the NIC

The first weekend in December and archers arrived for the National Indoor Championships at Hall 2 of the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre at Stoneleigh for the Junior Indoor Championship, Back 2 Back tournament and the Senior Indoor Championship.

With 1200 archers attending over the weekend it was a busy time with the Juniors starting on the Saturday with their Indoor Championship. There were lots of people to say hello to and some very good shooting - for more information then read the whole article.


Best Wishes Tommy

Many of you will know Tommy Hodder, not just for his excellent string making, but also for the fact that he has always been a good shot and represented GB some years ago.

 

In more recent years he has suffered problems with his feet, and his left foot in particular, due to diabetes, which has made life difficult for shooting and judging.

 

On Wednesday, 25th November, he underwent an operation at Basildon Hospital to have his left leg amputated below the knee and will remain in hospital for some weeks.  I am sure we all wish Tommy a speedy recovery and a happy return to archery when the time is right for him.  His determination to shoot again will see him through this very difficult time.

 

The photograph shows Tommy shooting from a stool at Pilgrim Archers Whit Shoot in 2015