Club Badges and Award Schemes

All rounds must be shot at a recognised shooting range following AGB rules of shooting (excluding the bits about jeans, colours and logos).
Club badges are £2.50 each and can be claimed from the Secretary or Records Officer by showing completed signed and witnessed scoresheets or Golden Records entries. Badges managed by the club on behalf of AGB, NCAS or WA may have other charges.

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 outdoor distances and recognise your achievements.
  • Distances included are: 20yds, 30yds, 40yds, 50yds, 60yds, 80yds and 100yds.
  • Score sheets which include the rules can be downloaded by clicking here or they may be available in the office or container.

The rules:

  • Six sighter arrows followed immediately by three dozen scoring arrows, if sighters are not going 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.
  • Scores need to be achieved twice on separate days.
  • Frostbite Award Scheme

    • To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Frostbite round.
    • Frostbite is an outdoor round shot at 30m
    • Score sheets which include the rules can be downloaded by clicking here or they may be available in the office/container.

    The rules:

  • Shot in six arrow ends.
  • 80cm target face.
  • Six sighter arrows followed immediately by three dozen scoring arrows.
  • 10-zone scoring (X ring = 10, Inner Gold = 10, Outer Gold = 9, Inner Red = 8, Outer Red = 7, etc).
  • Score needs to be achieved once.
  • The award scores are:
    200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 315, 330, 340, 350, 355

    One Way Imperial Clout

    Club Clout Badges

    The Rules:

    • Club Clout Rounds are shot only as an arranged event. Tuition is necessary if you’ve never shot this discipline; Please let us know if tuition is needed when booking to shoot.
    • More information can be found here.

    Six Clout End Badge

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

    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.

    Portsmouth Award Scheme

    • To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Portsmouth round.
    • Portsmouth is an indoor round shot at 20yds.
    • Score sheets which include the rules can be downloaded by clicking here or they may be available in the office

    The rules:

  • Shot in three arrow ends.
  • 60cm target face.
  • Six sighter arrows followed immediately by five dozen scoring arrows.
  • 10-zone scoring (X ring = 10, Inner Gold = 10, Outer Gold = 9, Inner Red = 8, Outer Red = 7, etc).
  • For compounds (X ring = 10, Inner Gold = 9, Outer Gold = 9, Inner Red = 8, Outer Red = 7, etc)
  • Score needs to be achieved once.
  • The award scores are:
    300, 325, 350, 375, 400, 425, 450, 475, 500, 525, 550, 575, 580, 590, 595, 600

    Bray I Award Scheme

    • To mark an archer’s performance by achieving certain scores when shooting a Bray 1 round.
    • Score sheets which include the rules can be downloaded by clicking here or they may be available in the office. Bray II round uses the same scoresheet but badges are not available for Bray II.
    • Brays are an indoor round.
    • Bray I is shot at 20 yards.
    • Bray II is shot at 25 yards.

    The rules:

  • Shot in three arrow ends.
  • 40cm target face.
  • Six sighter arrows followed immediately by two and a half dozen scoring arrows.
  • 10-zone scoring (X ring = 10, Inner Gold = 10, Outer Gold = 9, Inner Red = 8, Outer Red = 7, etc).
  • For compounds (X ring = 10, Inner Gold = 9, Outer Gold = 9, Inner Red = 8, Outer Red = 7, etc).
  • Score needs to be achieved once.
  • The award scores are:
    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.
    • Worcester is an indoor round, shot at 20 yards.
    • Score sheets which include the rules can be downloaded by clicking here or they may be available in the office.
    • 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.

    The rules:

  • Shot in five arrow ends.
  • 16 inch black and white target face.
  • Five sighter arrows, followed immediately by five dozen scoring arrows.
  • Scoring as per rings. (White = 5, Black rings 4 to 1 as marked on the face).
  • Score needs to be achieved once.
  • The award scores are:

    150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 265, 275, 285, 295, 300

    Robin Hood Badge

    • A “Robin Hood” is when you shoot an arrow into the back of an arrow that is already stuck in the target, splitting it.
    • To be awarded one of these badges, please take a photo of your arrows in the target and email it to the secretary.
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