3D Competition

 

 Two Day 3D Social Shoot

29th & 30th October 2022- Woolgoolga NSW

 

General Information:

  • A fun social shoot, no prizes, presentation or trophies.
  • For CCAC members and members of Archery Alliance clubs.
  • CCAC members: scores will count towards yearly competition. If you shoot both days it will be the equivalent of 4 normal 3D rounds. A Great way to work on your average. (Note: only one division to be shot per day).
  • Shoot Divisions: Men’s, Ladies, Junior’s and Cub’s
  • Styles: All bow types and divisions welcome.
  • Registration: On the day of each event, see itinerary below.
  • Fees: Paid at the time of registration on the day of the event.

 

 Adults: $20.00* per day

Juniors: $10.00 per day

Cubs (<13 with Adult): $10.00 per day

On-Grounds Camping: $5.00 per person per night

 

Itinerary for the Two Day 3D Social Shoot

Saturday

  • Timings: Sign on from 10am. Muster: 11am, then start.
  • Shoot Rounds: 30 Targets. Three Ranges of 10 targets with a lunch break in between.
  • Lunch: BBQ style, will be available 1:00pm – 2:00pm

 

Sunday

  • Timings: Sign on from 8am. Muster: 9am, then start.
  • Shoot Rounds: 30 Targets. Three Ranges of 10 targets with a lunch break in between.
  • Lunch: BBQ style will be available from 12:00 pm – 01:00 pm.

 

Accommodation and Camping

  • Camping Grounds: Camping Saturday night [1]is available at the club grounds, cost of $5 per person per night. We have a Flat Camping area but no access to electricity or town water. Looking for accommodation? Our major sponsor the SEAVIEW TAVERN is an excellent option in the nearby township of Woolgoolga.
  • Club Ground Facilities: Basic Portable Toilets and 3 Basic Hot Showers
  • Meals: Lunch BBQ food available Saturday and Sunday, (please pre-order Sunday lunch)
  • All Pets Welcome: Owner responsibility expected
  • Physical Address: Woolgoolga Creek Rd. Directions: 1.5km West of Round-about, then turn Right off Woolgoolga Creek Rd, just before Pacific Highway overpass.
  • Website: http://www.coastcoastarchery.com or Facebook or Email: coffscoastarcheryclub@outlook.com.au *

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3D COMPETITIVE DIVISIONS 2022

Note: Up to 2 divisions maybe shot on any scheduled 3D shoot day. As long as they are shot on separate rounds and the divisions are shot from different coloured shoot pegs. At least 5 rounds must be shot in total in a division to be eligible to place in that division at the yearly presentation.

Senior Divisions Separate competition for Male and Female Archers.

Compound Open (CO)

Any compound bow that uses any sight or is shot bare bow. The bow may or may not have a magnifying lens or scope, however rangefinder sights are prohibited. Maximum bow draw weight is 80 pounds. No limit to pins or cross hairs. No limit on stabilisers or weights. No limit to the release. Shot from the ORANGE peg, maximum distance is 40m.

Compound Hunter (CH)

Any compound bow with or without a fixed/multi-pinned sight. No magnifying lenses or adjustable sights to be used. Limit of one Stabiliser, with a maximum length of 12 inches radius from where the stabiliser/sidebar attaches, unweighted vibration dampeners are not considered to be stabilisers. No pins set further than 50m. Maximum bow draw weight of 80 pounds. Arrows may have screw in points and must have at least 3 feathers or vanes. Bare bow compound can also be shot in this division. Shot from the YELLOW peg, maximum distance of 35m.

Compound Short-Range (CS)

This is another open compound division, for any compound bow that uses any sight or is shot bare bow. The bow may or may not have a magnifying lens or scope, however rangefinder sights are prohibited. Maximum bow draw weight is 80 pounds. No limit to pins or cross hairs. No limit on stabilisers or weights. No limit to the release. Shot from the WHITE peg, maximum distance is 28m.

Recurve Open (RO)

Any non-wheeled, single string bow, including; Olympic Recurve, Recurve, Asiatic or Longbow, made from any materials. Arrows may be made from any materials. Finger/String or face walking IS permitted in this division. Must be shot with a bare fingers, glove or finger tab. Maximum bow draw weight of 80 pounds. Shot from the WHITE peg, maximum distance of 28m.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Sighted recurves are permitted in this division but must be shot from the YELLOW peg, with a maximum distance of 35m.

Recurve (RC)

This division is for; Recurve or Asiatic bows, however, no Olympic Recurves are permitted in this division. Arrows may be made from any materials. Must be shot with a bare fingers, glove or finger tab. Finger/string or face walking is NOT permitted in this division. Fingers on the release hand must be touching the arrow nock during the draw cycle. Maximum bow draw weight of 80 pounds. Shot from the WHITE peg, maximum distance of 28m.

Longbow (LB)

This division is for long bows only. Arrows may be made from any materials. Must be shot with a bare fingers, glove or finger tab. Finger/string or face walking is NOT permitted in this division. Fingers on the release hand must be touching the arrow nock during the draw cycle. There should not be any markings on the bow or the bow string that could be construed as sight markings. Maximum bow draw weight of 80 pounds. Shot from the WHITE peg, maximum distance of 28m.

 

Juniors and Cubs Separate competition for Male & Female Archers as well as for Cubs & Juniors

Compound (CO)

Any compound bow with or without a sight, with no limits to the sight. No limits to stabilisers or weights. Sighted Olympic recurves can be used in this division. Cubs shoot from the RED peg, maximum distance of 15m. Juniors shoot from the WHITE peg, maximum 28m.

Recurve/Longbow (RL)

Any Recurve, Asiatic or Longbow. Arrows may be made from any materials. There should not be any markings on the bow or the bow string that could be construed as sight markings. Must be shot with a bare fingers, glove or finger tab. Shot from the RED peg maximum distance of 15m.

 

 

SCORING 3D

Scoring

 

CLUB CHAMPIONS FOR 2021                                                 

Spirit of the Club Award: Alan Kendall

Club Person of the Year Award: Steve Parker

Men’s Compound Open: Steve Parker

Men’s Compound Hunter: Steve Parker

Men’s Traditional: Simon Radford

Men’s Recurve/Longbow: Simon Radford

Men’s Recurve Open: Owen Radford

Women’s Recurve Open: Gaynor Boyd

Women’s Traditional: Tamara Kelso

Male Cub’s Recurve: Jarra Kendall

Male Junior Recurve: Declan Matthews

 

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