Re: SCA Archery
- This is my opinion, it does not reflect the actions or thoughts in my
After spending several years as an Emergency Deputy Kingdom Archery.
I have seen many gentles never step up to help in the archery
community. they are happy shooting royal rounds, If a challenging
tournament is put out they either never show or they whine about the
shoot(the shoot is to hard. god forbid they donate time to marshal.
With gentles like those above the gentles that cares about archery
gets burned out and either stop shooting or still shoots and don't
volenter any more.
To standarize Kingdom score keeping you will have to have people that
are willing to do the job. And to be the pain in the neck to all of
the archery officers in the Kingdom. Talk to the existing Kingdom
Score Keepers about the thankless and timeconsuming job it is. As
for my kingdom we had a Kingdom Keeper of the IKAC, the score were
submitted every few months with out the needed information or miss-
spelled/ duplacate names.
I wish you the best in getting this together and working
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Carolus <eulenhorst@...> wrote:
> Having served as a Kingdom level archery officer, I would like to
> reply to this. Many scores do not get submitted, even fewer end up
> in databases, many monthly and quarterly reports have no score
> details for official events much less practices. Typically, the
> as a whole does not like record keeping and has a problem with red
> tape in general. Trying to set up a kingdom wide tracking is
> daunting enough (some do better than others) but trying to set up
> ongoing, society wide system just won't happen.
- This is a great, simple tip that becomes a history of ones proficiency.
From: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Talmon Parker
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2007 10:55 AM
Subject: RE: [SCA-Archery] Re: SCA Archery
easiest way to keep up with your average RR scores is to put a small note
book in your shooting gear box, then after you shoot a round. Then ask what
your score was and write it in the note book. then you can average your top
three scores . You don't have to have someone else do it for you.Plus if you
have this record, you have somewhat of a proof that you did shoot a score on
>From: "Rob" <drunken-savage@...<mailto:drunken-savage%40sbcglobal.net> >
>To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com <mailto:SCA-Archery%40yahoogroups.com>__________________________________________________________
>Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: SCA Archery
>Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 10:31:16 -0000
>I just have a quick question about RR scores. Is there anywhere online
>that one might be able to check their scores? I am new to the SCA and
>archery in general and just recently submitted my third score and would
>like to see how my average is going.
>Also I have been trying to keep up with this whole thread. IMO FWIW I
>do like the RR and the scoring the way it is only because as someone
>mentioned before, it sets something for me to shoot for. If I can see
>what I am shooting now that I first started and compare that in a year
>from now to see my own progress.
>Thats it quick and simple from the newbie. =)
>Thank You All
>Yours In Service
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