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Midlands Regional Archery Championship

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  • 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 1 of 2 , Mar 28, 2010
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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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