The 2017 State/National indoor championships have be completed for another year and we've seen a great bunch of scores. The standard in Mens compound was huge this year with Victoria's Alex Potts and Hamish Thompson both shooting 600 for the Australia round and 590+ for the WA round.
5 Men shot 590+ on the World Archery round (Alex, Hamish, Pat Coghlan, Derek Jacobs and Matt McDougal.)
In Mens Recurve Urban Archery's Ryan Tyack took the win over fellow Olympians Taylor Worth and Alec Potts. Ryan was shooting the W&W Nano NFT riser and included a first day score of 589/600
For the other Urban Archery shooters Derek Jacobs turned up and shot for the first time in a long time and finished 4th Nationally with his new Hoyt Prevail 37.
3 Urban shooters took the podium on 20& Under Boys compound
1st: Harri Howden: Prime V2 39 CX X-busters
2nd: Devilliers Duvenage : Hoyt Prevail 40 Gold Tip 22's/Triple X's.
3rd: Remy Leonard: Hoyt Prevail 37 Gold Tip Nine.3's.
Remy also finished 9th in Open Mens and Harri took 2nd in Cadet.
Intermediate Girls Compound saw a two of our shooters. Elise Faul edged out Caitlin Howden 1117 to 1115 over 2 days of shooting. Elise shot the new Mathews Avail and Caitlin the Prime STX 36.
Shout out to Lydia Leong who used the Prime V2 36 and CX X-Busters to take 3rd in Womens compound and win Victoria. Lydia's also 5 months pregnant and we'ld like to say congratulations to her and husband Steve on their expecting addition.
Masters Mens Barebow recurve Vic title was won by Mark Slade using the new CX Maxima Pro recurve arrow. Check these out as they have some great new technology you won't find on any other brand of arrow.