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Midlands Regional Archery Championship

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  • Dougal MacAlister
    Greetings all,   As you may know, the Midlands Regional Tourney is this weekend hosted by the Barony of Illiton at their Rites of Spring event.
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 13, 2009
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      Greetings all,
       
      As you may know, the Midlands Regional Tourney is this weekend hosted by the Barony of Illiton at their Rites of Spring event.
       
      April 18th 2009
      901 Hilltop Dr.
      Sparland, IL 61565

       

      The tourney will be shot in the afternoon as the AMiC sees fit.

       

      The tourney will consist of 3 events, 2 ends each:

          Clout - 100 yards, untimed, 6 arrows:  To test the archers ability to shoot long.

                  Scoring:  Hit the butt, 2 points.  Within 10 yards 1 point.

          Castle Window - Unorthodox window design / 30 yards, untimed, 6 arrows:  To test archers precision

                  Scoring:  Hit the inner tape, 2 points.  The outer tape, 1 point.

          Multiple target shoot - Timed shoot 45 sec / unlimited arrows / multiple targets unknown distance:  To test archers target acquisition and speed.

                  Scoring:  Must have a successful hit on the 2 primary targets before shooting on a third target.  Only successful hits on the third target are totalled for score.  Each hit on the third target are worth 1 point.

       

      Totalled high score wins. 

      Only archers of the Midlands are eligible for Champion status.

       

      Scoring 2/1s will keep the tablulation quick and as the events are varied, will keep each event equally weighted for a totalled score.

       

      I think the only thing stopping this shoot will be severe weather, this is Illinois, in Spring? so the weather can do anything.

       

      Please spread this information to the 4 winds.
       

      THL Dougal MacAlister, C.G.C.
      Midlands Regional Archery Marshal

    • Dougal MacAlister
      Greetings all,   As you may know, the Midlands Regional Championship shoot is coming up in a few short weeks at Rites of Spring.   April 10th Rites of Spring
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 28 1:16 PM
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        Greetings all,

         

        As you may know, the Midlands Regional Championship shoot is coming up in a few short weeks at Rites of Spring.

         

        April 10th Rites of Spring - Travels in the Known World {Canton of Athelington} [Princeton , IL]

         

        The tourney will be shot in the afternoon as the AMiC sees fit.

         

        The format will be the same as last year. 

        The tourney will consist of 3 events, 2 ends each:

            Clout - 100 yards, untimed, 6 arrows:  To test the archers ability to shoot long.

                    Scoring:  Hit the butt, 2 points.  Within 10 yards 1 point.

            Castle Window - Unorthodox window design / 30 yards, untimed, 6 arrows:  To test archers precision

                    Scoring:  Hit the inner tape, 2 points.  The outer tape, 1 point.

            Multiple target shoot - Timed shoot 45 sec / unlimited arrows / multiple targets unknown distance:  To test archers target acquisition and speed.

                    Scoring:  Must have a successful hit on the 2 primary targets before shooting on a third target.  Only successful hits on the third target are totalled for score.  Each hit on the third target are worth 1 point.

         

        Totalled high score wins. 

        Only archers of the Midlands are eligible for Champion status.

         

        Scoring 2/1s will keep the tablulation quick and as the events are varied, will keep each event equally weighted for a totalled score.

         

        I think the only thing stopping this shoot will be severe weather, this is Illinois, in Spring? so the weather can do anything.

        The backup site/event will be at:

         

        April 24th A&S Activities Awakening - Armored Egg Hunt {Shire of Baile na Scolairi} [Bloomington, IL]

         

        Please spread this information to the 4 winds.

         

        THL Dougal MacAlister, C.G.C.
        Lt.General - Target Archery, Middle Kingdom
        "Fast is fine, but accuracy is final. You have to be slow in a hurry." -- Wyatt Earp.

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