In the men's competition, Kieran Slater stormed to the top of the leader board after qualifying in fifth spot. Brad Denny, Larry Godfrey, Patrick Huston and Gergo Deak were very close behind.
There was a battle royal between Jack Masefield and Tom Howse at the top of their junior category. Jack eventually claimed first place with Ryan Holden in third spot, followed by Harrison Watterworth, Robert Grey and Andy Brooks. The junior women's results have yet to be announced.
The top five recurve cadets were:
Women: Lizzie Warner, Emily Bryant, Aimee Convrey, Eleanor Piper and Eva Henderson-Hirst.
Men: Joe Ground, Ryan Pinder, Struan Caughey, Oliver Vobe and Joe Fairburn.
In the compound competition, Naomi Jones tops the leader board, followed by Danielle Brown. But the real battle was between Andrea Gales and Lucy O'Sullivan for third spot. Andrea won with a cumulative total of 3,236, as opposed to Lucy's 3230. Fifth place went to Pauline Burfitt.
Both Adam Ravenscroft and Mark Rudd finished on a cumulative total of 3,385 but Adam takes top spot. Duncan Busby, Lee Miller and Matthew Arnold make up the rest of the top five.
In the junior categories the top archers were:
Women: Daisy Clark, Aalin George, Kirsten George, Erin Prior, Sophie Brown and Rebecca Blewitt.
Men: Sam Jeram, Jon Bull, Phillip Tucknott, Dean Hamilton, Matthew Ingram and Fraser Chape.
Brother and sister Adam and Isabelle Carpenter both finished in second place in the cadet categories.
Rebecca Lennon beat Isabelle to the top spot and the rest of the female cadets were: Lucy Mason, Abbie Spinks, Bayley Sargent and Hollie Smith. Adam was pipped by James Howse but the rest of the field was hot on their heels. They were: Luke Rails, Alex Holmes, Jake Walsh, Alex Taylor and Paul McConville.
The second selection shoot will be held at Lilleshall on 27 and 28 June.
There were more than 150 archers taking part in selection shoots over the weekend. They were each competing for places on British teams competing at:
- The World Archery Youth Championships in Yankton, USA. The championships run from 8 to 14 June.
- The Para Archery world ranking event being held in the Netherlands from 16 to 23 May.
- Stage two of the Archery World Cup in Antalya from 26 to 31 May.
- The World University Games in Gwanju, South Korea, from 3 to 14 July.
- The World Archery Championships and Olympic qualifier in Copenhagen from 26 July to 2 August.
- The World Archery Para championships and Paralympic qualifier in Donaueschingen, Germany, from 23 to 30 August.
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