A brilliant turnout for St. Sebastians belated Christmas shoot. The shoot included medals, raffle and a charity collection for one of our members who is not too well at the moment with cancer. The night raised £115 which is going to St. Luke's Hospice.
Sean Copcutt had a FAB night, getting first in the shoot and club Bray 2 record, third in the handicap and then goes and draws first price in the raffle..........cries of FIX! from around the hall.
Well done Sean.
Not forgetting the damaged arrow for Jon Oldroyd......OOPS!
St. Sebastian Archers make a clean sweep!!!
Our latest beginners dodged the rain and completed our Autumn beginners' course. All did really well and developed their techniques and skills. Here's hoping the course starts them on their archery journey and we look forward to seeing them at the field.
A sunny September Sunday saw St. Sebastian Archers hold their Autumn Taster. Twelve tasters had a couple of hours of archery fun and quite a few "caught the bug" and signed up for the next beginners' course.
A big well done to our archers at the recent LNER archery club 50/50 tournament. Steve Huff winning the gents recurve and Simone Reuter getting runner up in the ladies recurve.
Not forgetting LNER archery club for hosting a great event.
Congratulations to our latest group of beginners who dodged the showers, showing some great technique and all successfully completed their beginners' course. We're looking forward to seeing them in the future at the field.
Not to forget to give a big shout out to the members helping with it all and making it possible.
St. Sebastian Archers held their summer taster session and 14 hardy souls withstood the hot summer sun and had two hours of fun at the range. Everyone did really well and enjoyed the afternoon with smiles all round. Many of them have now enrolled for our beginners' course at the end of the month. We look forward to seeing them again soon. Also a big thanks to the members that made it all possible.
The Platinum Jubilee saw St. Sebastian Archers play host to our neighbouring club, Bowmen of Chesterfield, for a jubilee fun shoot. Archers, both experienced and novices, had a great afternoon in the June sunshine and enjoyed the chance to meet other archers and also have some great food. For the novice archers, it was also a chance to experience the tournament atmosphere.
Well done to our latest group of beginners, improving their technique, trying some longbow shooting and finishing off with balloon bursting fun. the end of the day gave us eleven new members. we look forward to seeing them all at the field.
Many thanks to coaches and members that made it all possible.
St. Sebastians keep on winning.
We've only gone and done it again and won both Derbyshire County and their Selby postal Frostbite leagues. In both competitions finishing undefeated. A big well done to all our members who entered their scores............KEEP IT UP BOYS AND GIRLS!
It was great to see such a full field taking part in St. Sebastian's spring taster session. All had a fun afternoon in the April sunshine and all enjoyed their introduction to archery. Here's hoping that it's not the last we'll see of them all. Also a big thanks to all our members that mucked in and made it all possible.
At the Derbyshire County Portsmouth Indoor Champs, archers Jon Oldroyd, Steve Huff and Paul Briggs took 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in the gents recurve and with Steve Huff taking1st place in the gents double Portsmouth.
Also well done to Pete Botchett and Greg Moore in the gents recurve and Beth Moore and Simone Reuter in the ladies recurve all doing well.
Many thanks to Derwent Bowmen for another excellent event.
The results are in!!!
After St. Sebastian Archers successfully won the 2020-2021 winter Selby frostbite league, the club have gone and done it again and won their division of the Selby 2021 summer 122-50 league. Congratulations and well done to all St. Sebastian archers who took part and entered scores.
Bring on the 2021 winter league!
A big well done and congratulations to our latest group of beginners who completed their course with flying colours, well mainly gold, red and blue. Here's hoping this is the start of a long and happy adventure with the wonderful sport of archery. We're all looking forward to seeing them at the field.