Club Badge and Award Schemes

252 Awards Scheme

To encourage all members to develop and improve their archery, we have introduced a 252 Award Scheme designed to help you shoot at various distances and recognise your achievements.

The Rules:

Rounds must be shot at any recognised shooting range

Six sighter arrows followed immediately by three dozen scoring arrows,

(If sighters aren’t to be shot this must be declared before shooting starts).

5-zone scoring (Gold = 9, Red = 7, Blue = 5, Black = 3, White = 1) on a 122cm target face.

The three dozen arrows may be shot alone or as the first three dozen of a longer Imperial round.

Badges are to be claimed in sequence. Cost £2.50 each.

Scores need to be achieved twice on different days to qualify for the award.

To make an award claim, please submit 2 fully completed, signed and witnessed 252 score sheets to the club’s Records Officer.

Score sheets can be downloaded by clicking this link 252 Awards Scheme PDF or may be available in the office.

The awards are as follows:

Portsmouth Award Scheme

To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Portsmouth round.

The Portsmouth round is shot indoors on a 60cm target face at 20 yards.

After 2 ends of 3 arrows for sighters, you shoot 5 dozen arrows, in ends of 3.

If you achieve the score shown below you can claim a badge (cost £2.50).

The Rules:

Rounds must be shot at any recognised shooting range.

AGB Rules of Shooting apply (other than the bit about jeans, colours and logo’s)

10 zone scoring ie: x ring=10, Inner Gold=10, Outer Gold=9, Inner Red=8, Outer Red=7 etc.

For compounds on a Portsmouth, x ring=10, Inner Gold=9, Outer Gold=9, Inner Red=8, Outer Red=7 etc.

Badges need not be claimed in sequence.

Score only needs to be shot once to qualify for the award.

To make an award claim, a fully completed, signed and witnessed Portsmouth score sheet needs to be submitted to the club’s Records Officer.

Score sheets can be downloaded by clicking this link Portsmouth Score sheet or may be available in the office

The awards are as follows:

300 325 350 375

400 425 450 475

500 525 550 575

580 590 595 600

Bray 1 Award Scheme

To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Bray 1 round.

The Bray 1 round is shot indoors on a 40cm target face at 20 yards.

After 2 rounds of 3 arrows end sighters, you shoot 2.5 dozen arrows, in ends of 3.

If you achieve the score shown below you can claim a badge (cost £2.50).

The Rules:

Rounds must be shot at any recognised shooting range.

AGB Rules of Shooting apply (other than the bit about jeans, colours and logo’s)

10 zone scoring ie: Inner Gold=10, Outer Gold=9, Inner Red=8, Outer Red=7 etc.

Badges need not be claimed in sequence.

Score only needs to be shot once to qualify for the award.

To make an award claim, a fully completed, signed and witnessed Bray 1 score sheet needs to be submitted to the club’s Records Officer.

Score sheets can be downloaded by clicking this link Bray 1 Scoresheet or may be available in the office

The awards are as follows:

150 175 200 225

250 265 275

285 295 300

Worcester Award Scheme

To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Worcester round.

The Worcester round is shot indoors on a 16inch target face at 20 yards.

After 1 end of 5 arrows for sighters, you shoot 5 dozen arrows, in ends of 5.

A Worcester round requires the use of two faces, one above the other. You shoot the first 30 arrows at one face and then the second 30 arrows at the other face. Your sighters must be shot at the face you plan to start scoring on. In competition, there will be 4 faces per boss, the first detail (Archers A&B) will start on the top faces and the second detail (Archers C&D) will start on the bottom faces.

If you achieve the score shown below you can claim a badge (cost £2.50).

The Rules:

Rounds must be shot at any recognised shooting range.

AGB Rules of Shooting apply (other than the bit about jeans, colours and logo’s)

Scoring White=5, Inner Black=4, down to Outer most Black=1.

Badges need not be claimed in sequence.

Score only needs to be shot once to qualify for the award.

To make an award claim, a fully completed, signed and witnessed Worcester score sheet needs to be submitted to the club’s Records Officer.

Score sheets can be downloaded by clicking this link Worcester Scoresheet or may be available in the office

The awards are as follows:

150 175 200 225

250 265 275

285 295 300

Frostbite Award Scheme

To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Frostbite round.

The Frostbite round is shot outdoors on a 80cm target face at 30m.

After 6 arrows for sighters, you shoot 3 dozen arrows.

If you achieve the score shown below you can claim a badge (cost £2.50).

The Rules:

Rounds must be shot at any recognised shooting range.

AGB Rules of Shooting apply (other than the bit about jeans, colours and logo’s)

10 zone scoring ie: Inner Gold=10, Outer Gold=9, Inner Red=8, Outer Red=7 etc.

Badges need not be claimed in sequence.

Score only needs to be shot once to qualify for the award.

To make an award claim, a fully completed, signed and witnessed Frostbite score sheet needs to be submitted to the club’s Records Officer.

Score sheets can be found in the container or in the office

The awards are as follows:

200 225 250 275

300 315 330

340 350 355

Six Gold End and Three Gold End badges

These badges can be claimed either in competition or on a club night. Scores must be double scored and at one of the age and gender appropriate furthest two distances. (90m, 70m, 100yds, 80yds for Gents – 70m, 60m, 80yds, 60yds for Ladies – reducing for juniors).

Six gold badge is available for recurve and compound archers. The three gold badge is for longbow archers.

Six Clout Badge

Can be claimed by any archer shooting six arrows into the zone scoring a 5 at an age and gender appropriate AGB clout. Must be double scored.

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