Hampshire Archery Association is the home of archery in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands in the UK. The Association is affiliated to SCAS (Southern Counties Archery Society) and GNAS (Grand National Archery Society) who are the governing body for the sport in the UK.
Archery is a sport for all ages and abilities and is great for families. There are over 50 archery clubs in Hampshire and most offer beginners courses. If you interested in trying archery get in touch with one of the clubs listed here.
Two new documents have been uploaded to the HAA Documents section:
The 2014 HAA Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday 23rd April in the Hedge End Youth and Community Association Hall.
The minutes can be found here.
Target list for HAA team trials to be held at Waterside Archers april 6th
On Thursday 27th February East Hampshire held their 3rd Annual Sports Awards ceremony at Old Thorns Manor Hotel. The evening was hosted by televisions Fred Dinenage and the awards were handed out by Peter Norfolk OBE, who is better known as The Quadfather for his dominance of the quadriplegic division of wheelchair tennis. The evening show cased the variety of sports played through out East Hampshire and winners of awards on the night came from sports including Boccia, Trampolining, Swimming, Judo, Flat Green Bowls as well as Cricket and Football.
Hampshire Archers were well represented with:2014 Coach of the Year Winner: Ciaran Finn (Whitehill Archers),2014 Junior Sportswoman of the Year Winner: Rebecca Giddings (Forest of Bere Bowmen)2014 Senior Sportswoman of the Year Runner Up: Sophie Hales (Alton and Four Marks Archers).
Congratulations to all those who received nominations for awards and congratulations to Ciaran, Rebecca and Sophie.
Lets hope next year brings Hampshire Archery even more success!
A team training session has bee arranged at Andover Archers on March 23rd, 9:30 for 10:00 start.
The session is a chance to blow out the indoor cobwebs, reaffirm ourselves with each other, and to provide facilities for all HAA archers to be able to attend, and talk to the team members who will be present.
Colin Stopher has asked all Hampshire coaches if they can attend, so hopefully we will have a few county coaches to help and assist us.
This session is open to anybody already on the team, anybody hoping to qualify for the team, and anybody who wishes to learn and improve to help the team grow and become stronger than we already are.
Please contact me on if you have any quieries.
HAA Team Manager
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