ontarget Club Competition
The Ultimate Club Versus Club Challenge
The 2017 ontarget Club Competition is now open and accepting entries.
All ontarget clubs are welcome to enter this competition which aims to boost the idea that competition can be fun!
Comprising of a series of knockout rounds and a finals event, the ontarget club competition will allow you to meet new people from clubs you may not have come across and opens up the opportunity for team bonding, fun and the chance to experience archery in other parts of the country. The winning club will receive a trophy and £500 prize money. Runners up will also receive a trophy and prize money.
In a change to previous years, ontarget clubs are now invited to take part. Previously ontarget clubs were automatically entered and had to withdraw or forfeit if unable or unwilling to take part.
Entry is £30 per team. There is an early bird offer of £10 per team for entries submitted before 15 March 2017. Entries are only accepted on the Sport:80 website and this can only be done by the club secretary.
For further information or queries contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07525 233592.
Draws & Results
Stage 1 draw will appear here shortly.
Club Competition Information Pack 2017
Club Competition Rules 2017
Competition Archer Scoring Sheet
Competition Match Result Sheet
History of the Competition
First launched in 2013, Deer Park Archers secured a 13 – 8 victory over Norton Archers to win the first National inter-club ontarget competition.
Oxford Archers triumphed as four teams went head-to-head to become the 2014 ontarget Club Competition champions. Oxford took on Belvoir Archers, beating them 14-7 in the first semi while Norton Archers squared up against Cleve Archers. Norton took the match by a single point in the team round, winning 11-10 to earn a place in the final.
Oxford Archers celebrated back-to-back titles after edging a narrow victory in the final of the 2015 ontarget Club Competition. Oxford and Derwent Archers, went head to head, with Oxford beat Derwent 11-10 to hang on to the title. Guildford and Cleve Archers shot to decide third place and Cleve clinched it, winning 13-8.
In 2016, the final returned to Lilleshall and saw Oxford Archers make it three wins in a row as they overcame Six Towns Company of Archers 13-8. Redhill Archers were Oxford’s first opponents and won 12-9, as Six Towns saw off Bowmen of Walker to reach the final 13-8.
For more information
Contact Arran Coggan, Development Manager (Participation), by email email@example.com or mobile 07525233592.