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Archery GB announce the exciting merger of the Ontarget Performance Club System and Archery Training Centres.

October 10th 2018
Sarah Booth

Archery GB has merged the ontarget Performance Club system and the Archery Training Centres.

This merger will enhance the current ontarget Performance Club system, by consolidating investment and enabling members to be supported with their archery ambitions. Whether that’s simply to improve their archery ability or to become the next Olympian or Paralympian, the performance club system will be able to support your members. This move will put the focus on clubs to provide suitable coaching environments that are aligned with Archery GB programmes.

 

To be an ontarget Performance club you have to be open to new ideas, recognise the importance of suitable coaching and competition as fundamental drivers to raising performance, and create an environment that encourages excellence in club, school, and community settings.

 

Archery GB and the ontarget Performance Clubs will be working together to develop sustainable, good quality experiences with their members, which will ultimately drive future success for members in National and International competitions.

 

The following Clubs have been recognised as ontarget Performance Clubs and we’d like to encourage other clubs to join them.

  • Aim4Sport
  • Archers of The West
  • Bowmen of Walker
  • Brixham Archers Limited
  • City of Belfast AC
  • Cleadon Archers
  • Deer Park Archers Ltd
  • Derbyshire AC
  • Falkirk Company of Archers
  • Gordano Valley Archers
  • Guildford AC
  • Peacock Archers
  • Pennine Archers
  • Six Towns Company of Archers
  • The Nonsuch Bowmen
  • University of York AC
  • Wallingford Castle Archers

 

For more information visit the ontarget webpage (www.archerygb.org/ontarget) or contact Arran Coggan (arran.coggan@archerygb.org) or Andy Partridge (andrew.partridge@archerygb.org).

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