Wednesday, November 14, 2007

3D On Difficult Range

Namoi Valley Archers held a 3D event on Sunday with a good field competing in perfect conditions. Range Captain, Stuart Dolbel, combined clever target selection with excellent use of the natural terrain to set a very challenging course for the two arrow round. Wade Hudson proved too good in Mens Compound returning a top class round with Phillip Porter taking second place with James Finlay in third. John Clark won the Mens Open division returning a consistent round with Stuart Dolbel in second and Steve Jaeger grabbing third from a fast finishing Matt Sinclair. Mitchell Finlay turned in a blazing round to score a big win in Cub Boys Compound with Brody Waterford just holding off Hayden Riordan in a tense battle for the minor placings. Sebastian Donovan was another archer in hot from as he scored a great win in Cub boys Open with Cameron Boxsell and Matthew Jauja filling the minor placings. The next club shoot is set down for November 25th with a three arrow round on the program.

Mens Compound – Wade Hudson 704, Phillip Porter 652, James Finlay 482, Ben Stubbs 282.
Womens Compound – Karen Hudson 502, Ann Stubbs 206, Shelly Porter 178.
Mens Open – John Clark 776, Stuart Dolbel 768, Steve Jaeger 756, Matt Sinclair 744, Andy O’Donnell 486.
Womens Open – Diana Finlay 448.
Bowhunter Limited – Greg Donovan 736.
Traditional – Darrell Hudson 460, Lloyd Jauja 214.
Junior Open – Matthew Whitman 750, Matt Kersley 588, James Boxsell 448.
Junior Boy Compound – Jarrod Stubbs 422.
Junior Girl Compound – Amy Stubbs 512.
Cub Boy Compound – Mitchell Finlay 716, Brody Waterford 444, Hayden Riordan 438.
Cub Girl Compound – Krystal Jauja 404.
Cub Boy Open – Sebastian Donovan 736, Cameron Boxsell 714, Matthew Jauja 640.
Cub Girl Open – Jessica Sinclair 692, Meg Jaeger 462.
Cub Traditional – Curtis Riordan 402.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

ABA Round

Namoi Valley Archers held a two round ABA event on Sunday with competitors taking the opportunity to prepare for the Tamworth ABA Invitation tournament to be held this weekend. A good field took to the Outback range with competitors battling very warm conditions which eventually turned to light rain showers at the conclusion of the second round. Ken Thompson and Sebastian Donovan both set new club records for their respective divisions on the day.
John Clark led the Male Sighted shooters home putting together two solid rounds with Stuart Dolbel finishing strongly to take second place with Greg Donovan also shooting well to take third. Phillip Porter was the standout in the Male Barebow ranks with an outstanding performance. Ken Hill put together two very tidy rounds to finish in second place just edging out Darrell Hudson by four points. Karen Hudson was a runaway winner in Female Barebow with Ann Stubbs in second and Shelley Porter in third. Matthew Whitman continued his recent good form shooting with great consistency to finish on top in Junior Boy Sighted with Shane Thompson grabbing second place with a polished performance with Josh Dolbel in third. Sebastian Donovan was in brilliant form in Cub Boy Sighted scoring a big win from Jackson Howes with Matthew Jauja in third. The next club shoot will be held on November 11th with club members reminded that shoots now earlier with muster at 9.00am.

Male Sighted – John Clark 774, Stuart Dolbel 764, Greg Donovan 740, Lloyd Jauja 718, Matt Sinclair 634, Ken Thompson 586, Steve Jaeger 392, Cameron Hill 282, Rob Steele 262.
Female Sighted – Jodi Dolbel 364.
Male Barebow – Phillip Porter 656, Ken Hill 574, Darrell Hudson 570, Michael Patrick 220.
Female Barebow – Karen Hudson 502, Ann Stubbs 228, Shelly Porter 116.
Junior Boy Sighted – Matthew Whitman 760, Shane Thompson 616, Josh Dolbel 370, Matt Kersley 326.
Junior Boy Barebow – Jarrod Stubbs 516.
Junior Girl Barebow – Amy Stubbs 256.
Cub Boy Sighted – Sebastian Donovan 754, Jackson Howes 668, Matthew Jauja 376.
Cub Girl Sighted – Jessica Sinclair 536, Sophie Donovan 60.
Cub Boy Barebow – Christopher Patrick 306.
Cub Girl Barebow – Jackelyn Patrick 160, Sammy Patrick 132.