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And our top counties are…

July 2nd 2018
Jane Percival

Two days of fierce competition. Three different elements – and all in the name of finding Britain’s 2018 top county team.

The final results of the National County Team Championships are made up of Saturday’s qualification and head to heads plus yesterday’s World Archery 1440.

So who are our champions? More than 160 archers in 19 teams from 15 counties competed at Lilleshall. The overall victors were:

  • Men’s recurve: Warwickshire
  • Women’s recurve: Warwickshire
  • Men’s compound: Kent
  • Women’s compound: Kent
  • Men’s longbow: Devon and Cornwall
  • Women’s longbow: Yorkshire

The results from the three elements were:

Qualification

  • Recurve men: 1, Surrey; 2, Warwickshire; 3, Hampshire.
  • Recurve women: 1, Warwickshire; 2, Essex; 3, Lancashire.
  • Compound men: 1, Kent A; 2, Warwickshire; 3, Hampshire.
  • Compound women: 1, Essex; 2, Kent; 3, Eastern area.
  • Longbow men: 1, Devon and Cornwall; 2, Yorkshire; 3, Essex.
  • Longbow women: 1, Yorkshire; 2, Devon and Cornwall.

Head to heads

  • Recurve men: 1, Oxford A; 2, Warwickshire; 3, Hampshire.
  • Recurve women: 1, Warwickshire; 2, Essex; 3, Oxford A.
  • Compound men: 1, Kent; 2, Hampshire, 3, Warwickshire.
  • Compound women: 1, Kent; 2, Hampshire; 3, Essex.
  • Longbow men: 1, Devon and Cornwall; 2, Yorkshire; 3, Essex.
  • Longbow women: 1, Yorkshire; 2, Devon and Cornwall.

World Archery 1440

  • Recurve men: 1, Surrey; 2, Warwickshire; 3, Oxford A.
  • Recurve women: 1, Warwickshire; 2, Oxford A; 3, Essex.
  • Recurve mixed team: 1, Warwickshire; 2, Oxford A; 3, Hampshire.
  • Compound men: 1, Warwickshire; 2, Essex; 3, Kent.
  • Compound women: 1, Kent; 2, Essex; 3, Hampshire.
  • Compound women: 1, Kent; 2, Essex; 3, Hampshire.
  • Compound mixed team: 1, Kent; 2, Worcestershire; 3, Essex.
  • Longbow men: 1, Devon and Cornwall; 2, Yorkshire; 3, Essex.
  • Longbow women: 1, Yorkshire; 2, Devon and Cornwall.

Click on the links fo all the results.

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