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Struggling to form a 2021/22 Committee? Contact UKSAA ASAP. See editorial When the well runs dry.

Latest Covid-19 guidance from ArcheryGB What am I allowed to currently do? and BUCS Return to Play

  • "Kon'nichiwa Tokyo" new editorial published, The Tokyo Olympics have just started, with results from the qualifying 720 already in. Also, Phoebe Paterson Pine (Worcester) has been added to the UK Paralympic squad. With an eye on the Olympic effect boosting novice numbers in September, a more university friendly version of ArcheryGB's Session Coach (Level 1) course has been created. More details in the article. [23/Jul/21 12:00]

  • Student National Rankings, a outdoor series run by BUCS EMG for the first time in summer 2019 is returning for 2021. To enter, you need to submit 3 rounds of at least 6 dozen arrows. The rounds must have been shot between 1st April and 31st August. Scores can be submitted until 30th September. BUCS EMG have published the score submission form. [15/Jul/21 12:30]

  • Xanthe Miller (Edinburgh) will take over as the new SSS chair for the 2021/22 season. Andrew Smith and Robyn Geddes are to remain in their supporting roles. SSS Archery also has a new Instagram account. [14/Jul/21 12:00]

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Welcome to the United Kingdom Student Archery Association (UKSAA) website. The UKSAA is an independent, informal website. It was created to help disseminate information within the UK's university archery community. Every member of a university archery club and anyone else who wishes to help can consider themselves a member of the UKSAA. The UKSAA's email address is .

UKSAA tries to cover all the UK's university archery competitions and their results, both national (BUCS Indoor, Outdoor, the E-League and BUTC) and regional (SSS, BUTTS, SWWU, NEUAL and SEAL). The site also has editorial articles, a season-long competition calendar and a club directory, with contact information from the UK's university archery clubs.

If you have some news or information or if you have any ideas for the site, don't just sit there thinking "what a good idea, if only they did that", get in touch. Send an email to and do something about it.

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