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  • Seconds out, E-Round 2 - new editorial published. E-League Round 2, November, results have been published, see details in the E-League section. See also Overall Team Tables on the E-League website. Warwick did a clean sweep in the round, winning senior recurve (and div 2), novice recurve and compound matches. Birmingham, Loughborough and St Andrews were the senior recurve chasing pack. Warwick (30) lead the senior table from Birmingham (28) with Plymouth and St Andrews 3rd and 4th. Consistency has put Napier 8 points clear at the top of the novice table. Warwick and De Montfort co-lead the compound league. E-League Round 3 scores can be shot in December and/or January, with a submission deadline of 5th February. [updated 12/Dec/19 14:30]

  • Plymouth won SWWU Indoor Champs, doubling as match 3. Full match results have been published on the SWWU 2019/20 page. There was also an individual head to head element. Exeter and Swansea were second and third. In the novice team category, the same three teams finished in the same order. Plymouth now lead Exeter by 4 points in both senior and novice tables. Swansea won the compound match, Exeter lead overall. [11/Dec/19 12:00]

  • Imperial won SEAL match 2 by a clear hundred points, scoring 2235. They now lead the senior SEAL table by two. Full match results have been published on the SEAL 2019/20 page. East Anglia and Essex were second and third once again, but back on 2134 and 2105. Southampton and Surrey placed fourth and fifth. Imperial also won the novice match ahead of Southampton who now lead the novice table. [09/Dec/19 14:30]

  • 3 way battles for SSS - new editorial published. Full results for SSS match 3 have been published on SSS 2019/20 page. Only 23 points covered the top three as Edinburgh won for the first time this season on 2191. Napier's 2174 saw them second, with St Andrews only 6 further behind on 2168. This result leaves the SSS senior standings delicately poised - Napier have 43 points, St Andrews 42 and Edinburgh 41. Strathclyde were a distant fourth in the senior match, but won the novice match with Napier second and Edinburgh third. Those three teams now share the novice table lead. Edinburgh won the compound match. [updated 06/Dec/19 16:30]

  • Double top for Plymouth - new editorial published. Full results for SWWU match 2 have been published on SWWU 2019/20 page. Plymouth won the match on 2214, a little way clear of Exeter who pipped Aberystwyth to second place, 2151 to 2141. Plymouth also won the novice match comfortably. Exeter were second novice team and won the compound team event. Plymouth lead both recurve tables by 3 points. [updated 05/Dec/19 17:00]

  • Imperial win SEAL 1 - new editorial published. Results for SEAL match 1 have now all been collected and published on SEAL 2019/20 page. Imperial scored 2195 and recorded a fairly comfortable win, nearly 50 clear of the 2146 from nearest challengers East Anglia. Essex edged out Surrey for third by a solitary point, 2114 to 2113. London won the novice match. [updated 04/Dec/19 17:00]

  • Warwick, Birmingham lead BUTTS - new editorial published. BUTTS match 2 results have been published on the BUTTS 2019/20 page, alongside updated league tables. Warwick win with 2310, ahead of Birmingham's 2272. In third place, Loughborough finished an arrow value ahead of Nottingham, 2234 against 2224. Match 2 had the same top 5 in the same order as match 1, leaving the top of the league table unchanged. Oxford, De Montfort and Cambridge were all low 2100s. Cambridge won the novice match ahead of Birmingham and Warwick. [updated 03/Dec/19 17:00]

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