Naomi Jones, who defends her women's compound National Indoor title tomorrow, beat Andrea Gales 7-1 in the final to add this title to her growing collection, while Rikki Bingham beat Dani Brown to the bronze medal. Adam Ravenscroft also warmed up for his defence of the National Indoor title tomorrow by winning the men's compound event.
Adam beat Billericay's Phil Glover in the final - but it needed a tense shoot off to decide the winner.
After their match finished 5-5 - with Phil narrowly missing out on taking the title when he needed a10 to win, but shot a 9 in the fifth set. It meant a one arrow shoot off, but both shot perfect 10s at the first attempt, so a second arrow was needed.
Adam shot a 9. Phil again needed a 10 for gold, but again he watched his arrow fall short, and this time Adam's 9 was closer to the middle. Liam Grimwood took the bronze medal.
The men's recurve final - between Olympic archer Alan Wills and Luis Felipe - was just as dramatic as the compound, and it too went to a one arrow shoot off. Again, both archers scored 10, but the South American's arrow was closer to the centre of the target, and the gold medal was his.
"I am so happy, this is just amazing," said Luis, who arrived in the UK in September to study motor racing aerodynamics at Southampton University. "I left at 3.30am this morning to be here, and though I am really tired now, I am so pleased to have won this event, and beaten an archer of Alan's quality in the final."
In the women's recurve final, Naomi Folkard proved too good for Jeanetta Braun, and took the title 6-0. Said Jeanetta: "I shot well, but Naomi shot better -simple as that!" Said Naomi: "I just shot well at the right time."
Abbie Fisher took the women's recurve bronze medal, with Michael Judd doing likewise in the men's tournament.
Meanwhile, just under 350 juniors packed the Ricoh Arena for their National Indoor championship, which ran alongside the back2back event.
Trent Valley's Becky Martin took the honours in the women's recurve division, with Isabel Henry of Deer Park winning gold in the longbow, and Mayflower Archers' Sophie Brown coming out on top in the compound.
Bradley Denny, from Archers of Raunds, won the men's recurve title, with Peter Holyland of Welland Valley AC winning the longbow title, and Jon Bull of Targetcraft Archers the compound.
England won The Glade Cup Home Nations title, beating Scotland into second place, with Northern Ireland third, ahead of Wales.
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