The tournament will be conducted across six (6) weekends commencing in September and finishing in December 2020. The tournament will be open to all Archery Australia Members.
The rounds to be shot will be WA60/900, Short Canberra and Junior Canberra. These rounds have been selected as they prove to be the most popular within our archery community.
Of the six event dates, an archer’s best two (2) scores will be used to calculate their position on the competition table. This will mean an archer can shoot all, or just two events being held to be considered for any awards, this will allow all competitors an opportunity to participate and hopefully ensure weather or future lock downs do not have an impact on the final standings.
All on a 122cm face with 30 arrows at each distance:
- WA 60/900 60m, 50m & 40m
- Short Canberra 50m, 40m & 30m
- Junior Canberra 40m, 30m & 20m
- Refer the chart below for which Division shoots which of the above distance
- Distances to be shot by all VI archers – 30m, 20m & 10m
- Club registration with AA to hold the event – $0
- Archer Registration for the event – AA will charge no entry fees, and it is hoped that clubs will not charge their members to participate. However, clubs may wish to charge visitors their usual shooting visitor fee if one applies.
Location & Participants:
- Any AA affiliated club can participate in the tournament.
- Any number of clubs within an RGB can hold an event on any of the weekends listed below (either Saturday or Sunday, but not both on the same weekend).
- Clubs are entitled to limit the number of competitors to their event based on the government advice given for their area.
- A minimum of six (6) registered participants are required to shoot the full 90 arrow round for the clubs scores to be recognised as official