Archery NI Senior Indoor Championships 2019

Lisburn City Archery Club are delighted to host the Archery NI Senior Indoor Championships 2019.
The competition is open to all archers affiliated to Archery GB or WA.
The competition consists of a WRS WA18 ranking round followed by a head to head knock out to determine medal places. It should be noted that only Archery NI affiliated competitors are eligible for titles and trophies.
All archers, not affiliated to Archery NI, will compete in an open category.

The competition will be held at

Lagan Valley Leisureplex,
Main Hall
Lisburn
on Sunday 23rd February 2020
9.00am Registration and Equipment inspection
9.30am Sighters

The cost per entrant is £18 and is payable in cash on the day. Chair of Judges on the day is Mr John Kane.

Non-sighted archers will shoot a full 40cm face. All sighted archers will shoot a triple spot face.

Entry forms must be submitted by 6pm on Wednesday 19th of February 2020
Due to size constraints at the venue the entry list is restricted to a maximum of 64 archers and hence entries will be allocated strictly on the basis of order of application and entries may close early.
The tournament officers are Craig Blair and Jennifer McCormick. All enquiries or requests for information should be sent to the tournament officers at tournaments.lcac@gmail.com.

Charity Ballot by Northern Ireland Civil Service Archery Club in memory of Claire Merron a member of the club who sadly passed away will be drawn at the Championships check out this link for info, terms and conditions and to purchase a ballot. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/archeryballotnics

Look forward to seeing you there.


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For archers entering the competition, who are younger than 18 years of age, the following Parent / Guardian declaration needs to be completed. Junior archers should note that this is a senior competition and as such will be competing as a senior archer. I, being the parent / guardian of the above named junior archer consent to them taking part in this competition and further agree that they will be subject to all WA / Archery GB regulations set out for this tournament regarding drug testing. Please enter Parent / Guardian name below
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