Royston Heath Club off the mark in Hertfordshire Short Metric Summer Archery League

PUBLISHED: 16:09 03 June 2016

Royston Heath Archery Club

Royston Heath Archery Club


Royston Heath Archery Club defeated Knebworth’s Green Dragon Bowmen in their opening Hertfordshire Short Metric Summer League match of the season on Saturday,

A short metric is six dozen arrows, three at fifty metres and three at thirty.

Four of Royston’s five shooters achieved personal bests with the hosts claiming a 2,748 to 2,690 points win.

Jack Corps (593), Michael Wright (591), Paul Williams (536), Jamie Cattrell (516) and Andrew Cox (512) were Royston’s scorers.

Heath next face Hertford Company of Archers on June 12.

If anyone is interested in taking up archery, RHAC is holding an open day as part of Archery GB’s Big Weekend this Saturday between 10am-4pm.

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