The Junior Archery Series is a five stage youth competition that runs between 20 May - 10 September.
On 17 June, youth archers came to Woking Archery Club to shoot the second stage of the 2023 Junior Archery Series. Over the initial two stages of the Series there has been a total of 100 archers that have taken part from across 60 clubs, including those in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland!
They completed a qualifying 720 round followed by head-to-head matches to determine the overall category winners for the day's competition.
Mark Preston, Tournament organiser, said: “JAS2 at Woking AC proved to be a great success, with beautiful weather, happy smiling archers making new friends, and competing in the sport we love.”
|Recurve women under 21||Louisa Piper|
|Recurve men under 21||Sum Hin Moses Cheung|
|Recurve women under 18||Meghan Robertson|
|Recurve men under 18||Archie Bromley|
|Recurve women under 15||Charlotte Wortley|
|Recurve men under 15||Alex Sillitoe-Price|
|Recurve and barebow under 12 men and women||Lily Staite|
|Compound under 21 men and women||Robert Bittles|
|Compound under 18 and 15 men and women||Chloe Scott|
|Compound under 12 men||Sebastian Radosz|
|Barebow under 18 women||Isabel Plowman|
|Barebow under 21, 18 and 15||Matthew Taylor|
The next stage of the event will take place from Monday 31 July - Friday 4 August at the Youth Festival held at Lilleshall. Scores will be accumulated by archers at each event, which are based on their placings in the qualifying round and the head-to-heads. The overall JAS category champions will be determined by these points.
Meghan Robertson, winner of the recurve women's under 18 said: "I'm extremely proud of myself for taking gold, and it shows that hard work always pays off. It was lovely to see all my friends that I haven’t seen in such a long time. Onward and upward for the rest of the season."
For all of the scores and results, please see Ianseo.
If you want more information on the Series, please see the full Archery GB webpage: