There was a record turnout as more than 220 archers took tart in the 13th British Barebow Indoor Championships, at six locations across the country on Sunday. And the standard of shooting was pretty impressive!
The shoots - World Archery 18m - were held at around the same time, as far as possible, and the locations were:
England: Basildon Essex, hosted by the Bowmen of Malgrave. Wincanton, Somerset, hosted by Ballands Bowmen and, for the first time, Rochdale, Lancashire, hosted by Rochdale Company of Archers.
Wales: Llwynypia, Rhondda, hosted by Pentref Bowmen.
Scotland: Alloa, Clackmannan, hosted by Bannockburn Bowmen.
Northern Ireland: Banbridge, County Down, hosted by Ballyvally Archers.
Once the scores were collated, the winners were:
Jason Meehan of CMO Bowmen, took the men's title with 542, the second highest score in the competition's history. Former champion Richard Burridge, of Yelverton Bowmen, finished in second spot with Stephen Kerr of River Oak Archery Club third.
Victoria Williams of Red Kite Field Archers retained her title, followed by Orla O'Connor of Ballyvally and EUAC Alumni's Jennifer Mankin.
Ballyvally's Joel Bell took the junior men's honours. Finnlay Barrett-Rees of Blandy Jenkins Hoods was runner-up, with Matthew Beattie of Ballyvally third.
Freja Nilsson of Howard Bowmen took the junior women's title, three points ahead of her sister Jessica. Third place went to Sophie Benton of Lough Cuan Bowmen.
Richard Burridge and Jane Rees of Ballands Bowmen topped the Masters categories, while England won the bragging rights in the Home Nations competition.
Jane also won the couples competition with her husband Andrew. Mal and Victoria Williams of Red Kite took second spot with CMO's Grant and Julie Beresford third.
Tournament organiser Andrew Rees said: "This Championship started in 2002 in one venue and now covers the UK. It is unique in that it provides archers from across the country with an opportunity to compete against their peers, without journeying to a central location. The ever-growing number of competitors reflects a successful format."