AGB AND WA AWARDS

HANDICAP

INITIAL ASSESSMENT

A beginner or an Archer not in possession of a handicap will be eligible to receive a handicap after shooting three rounds. The handicap awarded will be equal to the average handicap rating of the three rounds shot.

REDUCTION OF HANDICAP

A handicap is reduced every time an Archer shoots a round to a better standard than their current handicap. It will be reduced to the average of their current handicap and the handicap rating of the better score.

ANNUAL REASSESSMENT

The handicap allocated at the beginning of the year (1st January) will be equal to the average of the handicap rating of the Archers three best scores shot during the previous year.

HANDICAP IMPROVEMENT MEDAL

The medal is awarded, at the AGM, to both the Senior and Junior Archer who has reduced their handicap rating by the largest number of points in one calendar year. To be eligible for the award Archers need to have been members of the club for at least six months prior to the 1st January, and have shot a minimum of eight rounds.

The holder of the medal has to wear it on all club Target and Tournament days. The committee will impose a penalty, of its own choosing, if the medal is not worn.

CLASSIFICATIONS

To gain a classification an Archer must shoot three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores as laid down by the AGB Bowman, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Bowman class can be achieved at club target days. A lapel badge and certificate will be awarded to those Archers who achieve a given classification. Master and Grand Master Classifications can only be achieved at Tournaments.

The qualifying period runs from the 1st January to the 31st December.

A score can be used to gain a lower level classification, if not already achieved. I.e. If you already have two 3rd class scores and enter a 2nd class score, which would give you your 3rd class and also the first part of your 2nd class.

Apart from occasions when juniors become seniors or change age groups the qualification holds for one year immediately following that in which it is gained. If it is not maintained during that year, reclassification shall be on the scores made during the year.

For all current classification tables refer to the notice board in the clubhouse.

WA STARS

1000rfsThese awards are open to all Archers shooting at a WA Star tournament. The awards are for achieving a score equal to or better than those laid down by WA

The awards are: -



Recurve & Compound Bows

1000
STAR

1100
STAR
ON
BLACK

1200
STAR
ON
BLUE

1300
STAR
ON
RED

1350
STAR
ON
YELLOW

1400
STAR
ON
PURPLE

 


 

ROSE AWARDS

These awards are open to all Archers shooting at a AGB Record status York/Hereford Rose Tournament. Gentlemen must shoot the York round and Ladies the Hereford round. The awards are for achieving a score equal to or better than those laid down by AGB

The awards are: -

 

RECURVE & COMPOUND BOWS

800
WHITE

900
BLACK

1000
BLUE

1100
RED

1200
YELLOW

1250 PURPLE

 



LONGBOWS

225
WHITE

300
BLACK

375
BLUE

450
RED

525
YELLOW

600

PURPLE

 

SIX GOLD BADGE

sixgoldThe award is for shooting six consecutive arrows, during competition, into the GOLD. The award is open to all Archers and may be claimed if shot at a club Target day. The shortest distances at which the badge can be claimed are: -

Gentlemen 80 Yards or 70 Metres Ladies 60 Yards or 60 Metres

Juniors can claim the badge at shorter distances, dependent upon age.

 

 

AGB ARROW AWARDS (FOR JUNIORS)

The award is open to all juniors under the age of 16. To achieve an award the junior must shoot four rounds in a calendar year, including at least one WA/Metric round. One of the four rounds must also be shot at a Tournament. Juniors may claim an award in a higher age group, but not lower. Only one award can be claimed in any age group.

The awards are: -

 

 

 

WA (Gents)

WA (ladies)

Metric I

Metric II

Metric III

Metric IV

York

Hereford

Bristol I

Bristol II

Bristol III

Bristol IV

JUNIOR

GENT UNDER 16

Recurve

959

1037

1115

 

 

786

952

1078

 

 

Compound

1104

1141

1212

 

 

977

1091

1176

 

 

JUNIOR

LADIES UNDER 16

Recurve

716

817

935

1087

 

511

723

911

1028

 

Compound

928

1008

1099

1205

 

757

930

1063

1142

 

JUNIOR

GENT UNDER 14

Recurve

686

788

909

1069

 

480

693

887

1010

 

Compound

904

987

1018

1192

 

728

908

1047

1130

 

JUNIOR

LADIES UNDER 13

Recurve

453

539

675

892

1102

259

447

664

834

998

Compound

682

784

909

1069

1216

480

693

887

1010

1122

JUNIOR GENT UNDER 12

Recurve

351

419

544

781

1028

175

332

537

723

916

Compound

535

631

769

966

1150

335

539

754

908

1050

 

TASSEL AWARDS

These awards are open to all Archers shooting at a NCAS recognised Double Clout shoot. The awards are for achieving a score equal to or better than those laid down by NCAS

The awards are: -

 

Clout_ImpTAGB Clout

TASSEL

LONGBOW

BAREBOW

RECURVE

COMPOUND

WHITE

25 49

50 99

75 - 124

75 124

BLACK

50 74

100 124

125 - 174

125 174

BLUE

75 99

125 149

175 199

175 224

RED

100 124

150 174

200 - 224

225 249

YELLOW

125 - 149

175 199

225 249

250 274

PURPLE

150 +

200 +

250 +

275 +

 

 

Clout_MetricTWA/AGB Metric Clout

TASSEL

LONGBOW

BAREBOW

RECURVE

COMPOUND

WHITE

75 124

125 174

175 - 224

175 224

BLACK

125 174

175 224

225 - 274

225 274

BLUE

175 199

225 249

275 299

275 299

RED

200 224

250 274

300 319

300 319

YELLOW

225 - 249

275 299

320 339

320 339

PURPLE

250 +

300 +

340 +

340 +

 

 

SIX clout BADGE

 

Metric6The award is for shooting six consecutive arrows, during competition, into the CLOUT. The award is open to all Archers and may be claimed at any WA or AGB metric Tassel award clout tournament.

 

 

 

 

Three clout BADGE

 

The award is for shooting three consecutive arrows, during competition, into the CLOUT. The award is open to Longbow Archers and may be claimed at any WA or AGB metric Tassel


 

 

Clout Classifications

To gain a classification an Archer must shoot three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores as laid down by the NCAS. Claims for Bowmen, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class in all disciplines will be administered by the club. A lapel badge and certificate will be awarded to those Archers who achieve a given classification. Master and Grand Master Classifications can only be achieved at a Tournament holding Tassel award status.

The qualifying period runs from the 1st January to the 31st December.

A score can be used to gain a lower level classification, if not already achieved. I.e. If you already have two 3rd class scores and enter a 2nd class score, which would give you your 3rd class and also the first part of your 2nd class.

Apart from occasions when juniors become seniors or change age groups the qualification holds for one year immediately following that in which it is gained. If it is not maintained during that year, reclassification shall be on the scores made during the year.

The awards are: -

 

AGB Clout

CLASS

LONGBOW

BAREBOW

RECURVE

COMPOUND

3rd

15 39

40 89

65 - 114

75 124

2nd

40 64

900 114

115 - 164

125 164

1st

65 89

115 139

165 189

165 209

Bowman

90 114

140 164

190 - 214

210 234

MB

115 - 139

165 189

215 239

235 259

GMB

140 +

190 +

240 +

260 +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WA/AGB Metric Clout

CLASS

LONGBOW

BAREBOW

RECURVE

COMPOUND

3rd

65 114

115 164

165 - 214

165 214

2nd

115 164

165 214

215 - 264

215 264

1st

165 189

215 239

265 289

265 289

Bowman

190 214

240 264

290 314

290 314

MB

215 239

265 289

315 339

315 339

GMB

240 +

290 +

340 +

340 +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH ARCHERY FEDERATION ENGLISH CROSS AWARDS

All Archers shooting a WA can claim these awards. The awards are for achieving a score equal to or better than those laid down by the federation.

The awards are: -

950
WHITE

1050
BLACK

1150

BLUE

1250

RED

1350

YELLOW