Freshers 2018!! — September 29, 2018

Freshers 2018!!

Hello everyone! We hope you’re enjoying Uni life in Lancaster and are enjoying freshers week. The Lancaster University Archery Club will be hosting a couple of taster sessions on the 12th and the 19th of October. We hope you come to try it out because it’s a lot of fun. No experience is needed so we hope to see you there!

We just require that you don’t wear baggy clothes or jewellery and wear shoes that cover your toes.

If you want any more information we’ll be at freshers fair or you can message us on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/luac2018

//Charles T – The webmaster

 

Roses 2015 Change of Round — April 13, 2015

Roses 2015 Change of Round

Hi guys!

I know this is the first post on this site in a very long time, however a very sudden change in round which we are shooting at Roses 2015 means we though it best to make sure everyone knew through every channels.

Roses 2015 will now take the form of a Windsor round.

This consists of three dozen arrows at 60, 50 and 40 yds each.

Make sure, if you’re shooting at Roses, you make it to one of the outdoor shoots so you can get your sight marks! Outdoor shoots already planned are Wednesday 15th April and Sunday 19th April. Keep an eye on the Facebook for any short notice outdoor shoots!

LUAC League Results Week Commencing 27/11/14 (Week 4) — November 5, 2014

LUAC League Results Week Commencing 27/11/14 (Week 4)

The results for the LUAC League Week Commencing 27/11/14 (Week 4) are now available here:

luac-league-27-11-14 (Week 4)

 

Novices, if you’re unaware of what the League is, its a casual week-on-week intra-club competition where you can track how your scores are improving and compare with others in the club. All you have to do is shoot 12 arrows (in any combination you want, e.g. 4 ends of 3 arrows) on the target faces you are used to (60cm), scoring each arrow, having someone double check with you. When you’re done, comment on this post with your score, the number of Golds you got (only 10s count as a Gold), and who double checked your scores. If, for whatever reason, you cannot get to this post once you’ve scored, write up the information on the little whiteboard inside the grey cage with one of the various marker pens lying about.
It is completely casual and of course there is no requirement to do the League, however it is a very good habit to get into, scoring arrows and seeing how you are developing week on week. In the end, it’s a bit of fun!