Re: rules webpage
- In the Kingdom of An Tir we do the York Round in this manner:
Target: 122 cm., five color, 10-ring face.
Scoring: Inner Gold=10, Outer Gold=9, Inner Red=8, Outer Red=7, Inner Blue=6, Outer
Black=4, Outer Black=3, Inner White=2, Outer White=1. An arrow that is touching the line
colors (or the outer line) counts as the higher valued color, no color showing between
arrow and line.
Arrows observed as passing through or falling out (bounce off) count as 5 unless their
actual score can
be verified. An arrow bouncing off the ground then sticking in the target will be counted.
Margaret Hamilton of Stirlingshire
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, <locm@...> wrote:
> Anyone out there have a good webpage for the York Round rules and how it
> is scored?
We shot a Western followed by a double clout a few weeks ago and I just
don't want to work that out, other than I was completely exhausted for days
P.S. Shooting with a broken finger (don't ask how it happened, is not good
for clout shooting, especially with a 80lb bow.
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