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  • Corona Cancellations - new editorial published, detailing some of the events cancelled by the coronavirus. [23/Mar/20 17:30]

  • E-League organisers have cancelled Round 5, March. The final E-League tables for 2019/20 will therefore be as they stood after Round 4, February. This decision followed ArcheryGB's advice cancelling all grass-roots archery and with many clubs having already suspended practice sessions. Full statement on E-League website page. Warwick are E-League champions for 2019/20, with Birmingham in second and Oxford third. A little way behind the top three were Exeter, Plymouth and Loughborough. Nottingham won the novice division and De Montfort the compound division. Sarah Allaway and William Pike (both Warwick) won the individual recurve titles. [23/Mar/20 11:30]

  • BUCS Indoors 2020 Finals Review - now published. Warwick (men's) and Birmingham (women's) won the team titles at the BUCS Indoor National Finals that took place in Warwick on Saturday 14th March, with scores of 1686 and 1592. Warwick also won women's team silver with 1569, with Nottingham third on 1541. On the gents podium, Loughborough took second on 1643, with Plymouth on 1633. See the BUCS Indoor section. In the recurve finals, Eleanor Piper (Birmingham) beat Eleanor Brug (Cambridge) and William Pike (Warwick) beat Jonas Skackauskas (Brunel). Lauren Bann (Essex) and Chris Woodgate (Warwick) won bronze. Other category winners were compounds Jake Walsh and Elizabeth Martel (both Edinburgh), barebows Paul Cobee (Bath) and Cameron Krulewski (Cambridge) and longbows Henry Cossey (Kings College) and Emma King (Plymouth). Full results are available on ianseo. [updated 20/Mar/20 17:00]

  • BUTC organisers have regrettably and after much thought taken the decision to cancel the 2020 tournament. While the event will not be going ahead this year, we would like to thank Bristol who stepped forward late in the day, and would have hosted the event after the Easter holidays. Full statement on BUTC Tournament Info page. [18/Mar/20 12:30]

  • E-League Round 4 results have been published on the E-League website, see the E-League section. Warwick won Round 4, with Birmingham second, Oxford in third just edging out Loughborough in fourth. Durham and Napier also broke 2200. Liverpool won the compound round ahead of De Montfort and Birmingham. Birmingham won the novice round ahead of Warwick and Southampton and 4 other clubs just under 1500. Senior recurve standings: Warwick 60pts, Birmingham 53, Oxford 44 lead the way. Exeter, Plymouth and Loughborough are in a three way fight for fourth. De Montfort lead Birmingham by 3 in compound. The top of the novice standings is very tight: Nottingham 42 pts, Warwick 40, Birmingham 39, Southampton 36. Round 5, March is the final round of the E-League. [12/Mar/20 13:30]

  • SEAL match 5 results published and final SEAL league tables updated, see SEAL 2019/20 page. Imperial win SEAL match 5 to take the overall senior SEAL title, scoring 2227 for their 4th SEAL match win of the season. East Anglia were second with 2158 and finished second overall, whilst Essex were third with 2113, finishing third overall. This is a best-ever league finish for both East Anglia and Essex. Southampton were fourth in the leg with 2086 and fourth overall. Portsmouth won novice match 5, with Southampton edging out Imperial for second. Southampton won the novice title from Imperial as a result. [updated 10/Mar/20 16:30]

  • BUTTS Indoors results published and final BUTTS league tables updated, see BUTTS 2019/20 page. Warwick win the Indoor title and with it the senior BUTTS league title in clean sweep, with 2292. Loughborough took runners up spot with 2272 ahead of Birmingham's 2256. Nottingham were fourth on 2213, with Oxford on 2199. Leicester won the Div 2 element of the fixture. Nottingham won the novice fixture ahead of Birmingham. New All Unis record for ladies novice barebow. Results mean that Warwick's seniors and Birmingham's novices will win a record 9th respective BUTTS league title. Birmingham seniors will place second, with Loughborough third and Nottingham nipping ahead of Oxford in fourth. Nottingham will also be novice runners up. [updated 09/Mar/20 13:30]

  • Napier claim SSS crown - new editorial published. Napier have won the senior SSS league title for the first time. Results from SSS match 5 (15th Feb) were held back until after SSS Indoors (29th Feb). Already with a 3 point lead, Napier cemented their title, winning match 5 by a whisker, with 2209 ahead of St Andrews' 2205. Ninety points further back, Edinburgh were third on 2115, doing enough to stay second in the table ahead of St Andrews. Edinburgh also won novice and compound match 5, picking up both leagues titles as well. St Andrews hosted and convincingly won the SSS Indoor championships, which used a WA18. Edinburgh were second and also won the novice event, whilst Napier won the compound team title. All results available on SSS 2019/20 page. [updated 04/Mar/20 17:00]

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