JAWS Awards 2018

March 27th 2019
Sophie Meering

Congratulations to all the young archers who took part in the scheme this year! Whatever your score, it represents the dedication and commitment to archery of our juniors and we thank all of you for your efforts.

This year we received 35 JAWS Books, the same as last year. These represented junior archers from 17 clubs in 16 counties across all 5 English regions.

The most points were scored by Heather Hughes with 1541.

The JAWS awards will be reviewed as part of the competition strategy during 2019. Therefore unfortunately we will not be receiving any applications this year. Further information will be published towards the end of the year.


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