County teams


YAA teams for National Midsummer Team Tournament 2017

The YAA is offering to support up to six teams, one each lady/gent, compound, recurve and longbow, to attend the National Tournament's Midsummer Tournament 2017.

Please note that the closing date has changed from last year, and this time at least one score must be submitted from the current season.

To be considered for selection you are required to submit a minimum of three scores from metric or imperial 12 dozen senior rounds from the 2016 and 2017 seasons, and these must have been shot in open competition. At least one score to be from the current season. Scores from other rounds will be considered if insufficient scores are submitted matching the above criteria.If insufficient scores are received for any team, late-submitted scores may be accepted as required on a first-come first-served basis. Scores will be compared using the handicap tables.

Juniors may submit scores which match the above criteria and may be selected for the Senior Team if their scores are high enough.

Whilst it is expected the individuals selected to represent Yorkshire will be responsible for paying their own entry fee, the YAA will pay travel expenses to and from Lilleshall at the rate of 25p per mile and will help pay towards up to two nights accommodation, at the rate of 30 per night. It is hoped car sharing will take place where possible to keep costs down.

The ArcheryGB National Midsummer Team Championships will be held on 24th and 25th of June 2017 at Lilleshall. The event will comprise of teams of three of the same gender competing in either, compound, recurve or longbow events. The shoot (based on 2016 details) will be two days, with a team qualifying 70/50m round on the Saturday morning, followed by the team H2H eliminations on the Saturday afternoon, very much on an Olympic basis, finishing with a Gents/Ladies WA1440 on the Sunday. The winning teams will be judged to be the most successful team across the three disciplines, assessed in the same manner as the UK Masters.

It is expected that selected archers will make themselves available for Team Practice events prior to the Tournament.

Application form:
 Application form for National Midsummer Team Tournament 2017 (DOCX)

The closing date for submission of teams to the YAA is 23:59 on the 4th of June 2017.


Gareth Beeby
County Teams Coordinator


Representing the county

The YAA selects and funds, or partly funds, county teams for several events each year. These are senior and junior teams shooting recurve, compound and longbow.

The criteria for selection are published several months in advance of the shoots. All YAA-affiliated archers are welcome to submit scores so they can be considered for selection.

The events for which the YAA currently selects teams are:
 The Archery GB Mid Summer Event - the National County Team Tournament;
 The NCAS Five Counties Junior Tournament;
 The NCAS Five Counties Senior Tournament.

Selection criteria and submission forms will be published on this page in advance of these shoots.

Selection


Score submission forms


Inter-Counties Juniors

The Inter-Counties Junior Tournament is an annual event held on the Saturday immediately before the first Sunday in October, moving around the 5 Northern Counties on a rota basis. For 2016, the event was hosted by Lancashire, and was held on Saturday 1 October 2016, hosted by the Bowmen of Pendle and Samlesbury.
The Bristol rounds are shot in the Tournament, appropriate to age group.
This Tournament incorporates the NCAS Junior Individual Championships as well as the County Team Championships.

Inter-Counties Seniors

The Inter-Counties Senior Tournament is an annual event held on the first Sunday in October, moving around the 5 Northern Counties on a rota basis. For 2016, the event was hosted by Lancashire, and was held on Sunday 2 October 2016, hosted by the Bowmen of Pendle and Samlesbury.
The rounds to be shot in the Tournament are the York for Gentlemen and the Hereford for Ladies.


Funding


YAA contributions to costs

YAA members (archers, judges or coaches etc) may apply for a contributory grant towards the cost of expenses incurred attending events abroad where the member is representing their country, and where funding support is not being provided from other sources.

YAA judges and coaches may apply for a contributory grant towards the cost of expenses incurred attending conferences (within the region or nationally), where funding support is not being provided from other sources.

Applications to be submitted in writing through the County Treasurer, Judge Liaison Officer or County Coaching Organiser.

There is no limit to the number of applications which may be submitted and all applications will be considered on merit by the YAA Committee.

Dave Phillips


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