So another season has come and gone and all the results are in.
Just like to say a big thank you to all those that collect the submit the scores each month, it makes my life easier. But the biggest thank you is to the junior archers.
So what you all been waiting for the Divisional Champions are:-
Recurve Division 1 – Rayleigh Town “A” with 100% unbeaten record this year.
Recurve Division 2 – Six Towns “A”, who only pipped Selby “A” by cumulative scores.
Recurve Division 3 – Overton Black Arrows with 100% unbeaten record this year.
Recurve Division 4 – Jersey, but top three teams could only be separated by cumulative scores.
Recurve Division 5 – Cleve “A”, with 100% unbeaten record this year.
Recurve Division 6 – Cleve “B”, with 100% unbeaten record this year.
Compound Division 1 – Deer Park “A” along with High Weald did not lose a match all season, and even drew their head to head, but Deer Park won the division on cumulative scores.
Well done to all those that competed.
See you next Indoor Season.
Anyone who hasn’t returned a trophy, can you please ensure they are returned to Perris Archery, Rettendon Shop, so we can get the engraving done and awarded to this year’s winners.
I hope you all enjoyed shooting the league this winter, enjoy the outdoor season and we look forward to seeing you all next year.
Paul has done a great job running the league I am sure we all would like to thank him for a job well done, without his organisation and dedication all of this would not happen.
Thank you Paul
Andrew & the team at Perris Archery
PS Don't forget to return the shields so far we have had only 1 back....
Congratulations to Isaac Shaw (Deben) who increased his Longbow Record to 143 this month.
Things are starting to hot up in the league table, a number of teams still have 100% records, but that can all change in March, where we have two matches in the month, don’t worry we are not expecting two sets of scores, the scores submitted in March will be applied to both matches.
Recurve Division 1 – Rayleigh Town “A” defeated Woking, their nearest rivals this month, so are now in the driving seat in this Division, Woking will be hoping that Clacton and Burleigh “A” will do them a favour against Rayleigh Town “A” in this month’s matches.
Recurve Division 2 – This Division has on 2 points separating 5 teams, so double matches in March could resulting in any of those teams taking the honours.
Recurve Division 3 – Overton Black Arrows are unbeaten in this Division, but with two matches in March against 3rd placed team (Guildford “B”) and 4th placed team (Abbey (Herts)), they need to continuing their winning ways this month, otherwise Trackside could take advantage of any slips.
Recurve Division 4 – With two teams on 100% unbeaten run, and level on cumulative points. In March, Jersey face Supermarine “A” who they are tied for in 1st place, but they also face Harworth “A” who are sitting in 3rd place having only lost one match so far. This Division could be a close finish.
Recurve Division 5 – We have a similar scenario in this Division with Cleve “A” and Deer Park “A” both protecting their unbeaten runs going into the last month. But they too face off in March in a Division decider.
Recurve Division 6 –Yet again we have two side with 100% records, Cleve “B” and Perris Archery, with Winnington Park just behind in 3rd place, Cleve “B” vs Perris Archery could be a decider, but with WInnington Park also facing Perris Archery this month, they could sneek up on the rails.
Compound Division 1 – Currently Deer Park “B” are sitting top of the league with only 1 match for our compound teams in March, they face Deer Park “A” in their final match, therefore we know that the “A” side will leapfrog their “B” team this month, so that could open the door for 3rd place High Weald, who are level on points with Deer Park “A”. This division could be decided by cumulative points, and with only 8 points separating Deer Park “A” and High Weald, this could be a nail biting finale, so expecting some high scores this month from all three teams.
On a separate note could any of the teams in possession of the trophies arrange for them to return to Perris Archery, Rettendon Shop. But also contact the Shop by email to inform them they are on their way. We will then be able to get them engraved with the winning teams, and delivered to the successful clubs.
Last Year Winners
Div 1 – Rayleigh Town “A”
Div 2 – Woking
Div 3 – Six Towns “A”
Div 4 – Blandy Jenkins
Div 5 – Supermarine “A”
Div 6 – Cleve
Compound - Andover
Good luck to all.
Sorry for the delay just was away this week on holiday. So this weekend was first opportunity to publish the results.
Happy New Year to all our archers.
We had some close matches this month in the Recurve Divisions:-
Meriden beat Hertford by only 5 points
Cleve “B” beat Winnington Park by only 10 points
Also in the Compound Division:-
Cleve beat Rayleigh Town by only 9 points
We are now at the halfway point, so still plenty to play for in all the divisions.
Great to see some of our Juniors having success at both the Junior and Senior Nationals this year, the future is definitely bright for Archery.
Just to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and A Prosperous New Year.
Great start to this year's campaign, we have our first drawn match ever, the Compound Match between newcomers Deer Park "A" and High Weald, they both scored 579 with 39 10's each, two great scores.
We have included a Year on Year Average table, which shows those archers that have had a positive improvement on their average score from last year, the top 5 improver's so far are:-
Riley Smith - Six Towns
Scott Arnold - Trackside
Ben Moore - Wallingford Castle
Jodie Buckner - Overton Black Arrows
Mollie Perrett - Jersey
All the results can be found on Perris website.
Well done to all archers.
As the curtain falls on another successful Perris Archery Junior Indoor League campaign, we have a little matter of determining who are the Champions. I would just like to thank Perris Archery for supporting the league for the last 5 years.
Recurve Division 1
At the start of the month Rayleigh Town “A” were sitting pretty with a two point lead, with two strong wins in March over their nearest rivals allowed them to keep a 100% record and win the division.
Recurve Division 2
The Woking team were just too strong for this division, and continued with their winning streak in March to take the honours, watch out all those in Division 1 next year.
Recurve Division 3
Malvern were top of the division going into March, but failed to win their matches against Selby “A” and Six Towns “A”. Which saw both teams take full advantage, with Six Towns “A” edging out Selby “A” by virtue of cumulative points to be crown division winners.
Recurve Division 4
Another great performance this month saw Blandy Jenkins, or should we say the “Barrett-Rees Family” take the title with some excellent scores throughout the whole season.
Recurve Division 5
Supermarine “A” were trying to remain at the top of the division, but this month saw Bricotes “A” push them all the way, Supermarine “A” managed to win the title by virtue of cumulative points scored from Bricotes “A”.
Recurve Division 6
Cleve were not going to fall at the final hurdle in March, they finished with two wins to secure a 100% record and the division title.
Compound Division 1
With two wins each for Andover “A”, High Weald and Rayleigh Town in March. The division positions did not change from February, so Andover “A” were crowned Division winners, but High Weald pushed them all the way.
Gents Overall/Under 18 – Alex Body 296
Ladies Overall/Under 18 – Eleanor Piper 289
Gents Under 16 – Finnlay Barrett-Rees 285
Ladies Under 16 – Hannah Evans 274
Gents Under 14 – Roman Quinton 285
Ladies Under 14 – Louisa Piper 285
Gents Under 12 – Matthew Cannell 248
Ladies Under 12 – Rebecca Blackwell 239
Gents Overall – Ollie Smith 261
Ladies Overall – Alice Smallbone 215
Gents Overall – Kai Thomas-Prause 297
Ladies Overall – Victoria Loader 286
Top 5 Most Improved Archers from last year
Heidi North +88.8%
Daisy Shaw +71.5%
Charlotte Fildes +58.6%
Ella Perring +44.2%
Jenson Hooks + 43.6%
I would just like to say a huge thank you to all the junior archers that submitted scores, without you the league wouldn’t have gone from strength to strength over the years.
Now enjoy the Summer Season and we will see you all back again in October.
The finish line is in sight, we have a number of teams with their noses in front, but with two matches in March, things can all change.
Just a reminder that in March each team only has to submit one set of scores, we will apply those scores to both of your matches.
Recurve Division 1 there was a changing of the guard at the top of the table, league leaders Deben “A”, were beaten by West Essex, which has opened the door to Rayleigh Town “A” going into the last month. But with Rayleigh Town “A” facing both Deben “A” and West Essex in their last two matches, this Division seems like it will go down to the wire.
Recurve Division 2 Woking are still sitting pretty at the top with 100% record, but there is a chasing pack of three (Rayleigh Town “B”, Burleigh “A”, Wallingford Castle “A”) all just one win away.
Recurve Division 3 Malvern maintain their 100% record, but are closely followed by Six Towns “A” and Selby “A”. In March Malvern face both Six Towns “A” and Selby “A” so every chance of any one of the three teams taking the Division Title.
Recurve Division 4 Blandy Jenkins have shown great form in this Division winning every match with impressive scores, but Rayleigh Town “C” will not give up hope.
Recurve Division 5 Supermarine “A” are leading the Division, but are being pursued by Jersey “A” and Bricotes “A” who are tied in 2nd place.
Recurve Division 6 Both Cleve and Andover “B” have continued with 100% records, but they will face each other in March, so who will be victorious.
Compound Division 1 Fending off the challenges from other teams is Andover “A” still maintaining a 100% record, just one more match to negotiate for Andover “A”, as their 2nd match is a Bye, to be crown Compound Champions.
Best of luck to everyone going into the last month, also a reminder to all those that won trophies last year, could you organise to have these returned as soon as possible, in order for us to be able to get them engraved with this year’s winners
Please send them to
Unit 42, Highlands Farm, Rettendon, Essex, CM3 8EB
Telephone number 01245 400686
Well what a month we have had our first perfect score in the Gents Compound the magic 300 was scored by Kai “Master Perfect” Thomas-Prause from High Weald club, huge congratulations to Kai.
Also this month we had some close matches that went down to single digits. In Recurve Division 1 West Essex squeezed past Guildford “A” by just 8 points. Also in Division 4 Trackside managed to beat Deben “B” by just 3 points, wow that is close.
With two months left League Leaders are:-
Recurve Division 1 – Deben “A” and Rayleigh Town “A” with 100% record
Recurve Division 2 – Woking and Wallingford Castle “A” with 100% record
Recurve Division 3 – Malvern and Selby “A” with 100% record
Recurve Division 4 – Blandy Jenkins with 100% record
Recurve Division 5 – Supermarine “A” with 100% record
Recurve Division 6 – Cleve and Andover “B” with 100% record
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