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All set for a masterclass?

June 1st 2018
Jane Percival

One of Archery GB’s toughest competitions – the UK Masters – is about to kick off at Lilleshall. You have to have achieved a Master classification to be invited to compete, so the entrants know they are among the best in Britain. The question now is, how will they fare against their peers?

They have two days to find out. A total of 164 archers from 105 clubs will be shooting in three competitions: qualification, head to heads and a World Archery 1440 round. The results from all three shoots then decided the eventual titles and prizes.

You can keep up with all the results here:

Day one

Day two

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