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Triumphs at Worcester Junior Champs.

The County of Worcester Junior Indoor Championships

Another great day for our juniors

Heike. 551.     1st.  County girl

Katie. 546.      2nd. County girl


Freya  537.      3rd. County girl

Amy. 485.

Grace  459

Charlie 548.  2nd county Boy

Jack K. 477.  3rd county boy

Jayan. 363. 1st Novice boy

Tyler 349.

Zak.  219

A brilliant performance by all !

Really pleasing to see Jayan, Tyler, Zak starting to enter competitions


Well done Juniors

Amongst many individual successes the Redhill Junior Team won the trophy at the County of Worcestershire Archery Association
Open Junior Championship.

The team Consisted of Katie and Amy Roadknight, Jack Middleton and Charlie Medurst.

Congratulations to the team, their coaches, helpers at Redhill and supportive  parents.

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Redhill Archers – ArcheryGB Club of the Year

Redhill Archers has been awarded the prestigious Club of the Year award by Archery GB

Arran Coggan Clubs and Facilities Manager for ArcheryGB presented the award at the Club Night on On 15 May 2018.

The ontarget Club of the Year is The overall award for the club that has shown the most contribution to the development of archery and supports the ethos of the ontarget programme, demonstrating good club organisation and management.

Arran also presented a Certificate to Jack Middleton who had been nominated in the Young Volunteer of the Year category awarded for those aged under 25 on 31 August 2017, this award is for an individual who has demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to a club and made a strong impact through volunteering. Although he didn’t win (this year) Arran noted is contribution which deserved recognition.



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Redhill Open American – Fun in the Sun

On a day when sun-screen replaced umbrellas as the must-have accessoriy the 45th annual tournament took place on Bank Holiday Monday.

It was a great day to shoot and the tournament was as ever superbly organised and run by club volunteers.

The team prize was won by The University of Birmingham and individual firsts were spread around the clubs with Wyre Forest,  Bowflights, Saints and Sinners, University of Birmingham, Birmingham Barbarians, Droitwich,  Audco and Redhill all achieving at least one winner.

Special thanks to our Lady Paramount – Marlene Badham and  our Judges Andy Stanford and Andrew Leadbetter.


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Redhill Archers – Winners of first Match of Ontarget Competition

On 5th May 2018

Redhill Archers hosted the first Match of the season of the ON TARGET CLUB TEAM Competition

against Ivanhoe Archers who  were taking part for the first time this year.

The bright sunny day , added to what was a fun friendly match. Several members of there team arrived

very apprehensive and nervous but went home happy with their first experience outside the club.

They had some very competent team members,  especially Andy Whitby who had a very close match against

Redhill’s Pete Morgan. Redhill Archers more experienced team managed to consolidate their scores into a

a convincing 13-8 win.

Thanks Ivanhoe for a great match

and Redhill Archers members  are looking forward to the next round in June.


Congratulations to Redhill’s On Target Team

IMG_2105IMG_2089WE would like to thank Cleobury Country Archers , who hosted their first Match last week, particularly  for the hospitality,  camaraderie, enthusiasm and  patience. They are a young club , with little competiton experience , but were very willing to learn.

We tried hard not to be know it alls and they welcomed our help on how to run the event, how the scoring worked, and sometimes help with  their  equipment and shooting. They put on a good performance.

We are sure they have learned so much that any team  they play next year needs to watch out ,

Thanks for a good time,

Redhill Archers

Our next match Round 3 is against Six Towns in June

Shooting Update – 12 February 2017

I recorded 51 indoor scores this week !

Improvements are still possible and there were nine this week.

Five  Juniors improved handicap or Classification. Charlie, Jack K, Matt, Katie and Afsha.

Oran, Steve, and Dave M were the adult improvers.

Entries are flooding in for the Club Handicap Championship – Last date to enter a score is 16 March.

Portsmouth Longbow League this Thursday