Club Awards & Badges

Within our club we like to encourage our members to push their skills and gain awards for doing so. Along with our club trophies, our members can win badges for various skills and tasks, some quite easy to win, others harder. What follows below are some of the badges that can be won, and a record of the latest few winners of those badges.

Portsmouth Round
The most popular scoring round in the UK is the Portsmouth Round, and our club is no exception to this. The Portsmouth round is a real challenge to our members, and we issue badges depending on the archers highest score with a total of 21 badges to be won.

252 Badge Award Scheme

The “252″ Awards is a badge scheme to encourage accuracy and good grouping at all distances, by all ages. Using a full size target face the aim is to score 252 or above with a limited amount of arrows, and at a set distance (members of Wyke Archers Juniors are give some bonus arrows to assist them in reaching the score). Those who successfully complete a distance and score the minimum required receive a certificate of confirmation and can also purchase a coloured pin badge to attach to their quiver. By request we now have a new full set of both Multi Bow 252 badges and Quad 252 badges. Multi Bow’s are obtained by members who gain a 252 award using two different bow types, and the Quad is awarded upon gaining the 252 using four different bow types.

Standard 252 Badges

252 Multi Bow Badges

252 Quad Bow Badges

252 Badges Winners

Adult 252 Badge Winners
NameBowtypeBadge WonDateScoreOut of% of Max
Lee WilliamsRecurve Barebow252/50 Yd - Red20/08/201727543263.66%
Jim DunnLongbow252/30 Yd - Black24/09/201739064860.19%
Wayne ReveleyRecurve Barebow252/20 Yd - White08/10/201733943278.47%
Jim DunnLongbow252/40 Yd - Blue08/10/201739364860.65%
Chris HarkerRecurve Freestyle252/50 Yd - Red15/10/201725232477.78%
Tom RushCompound252/20 Yd - White15/10/201726827099.26%
Bill PrestonRecurve Barebow252/20 Yd - White15/10/201731643273.15%
Lynne ClarkRecurve Barebow252/30 Yd - Black15/10/201726143260.42%
Jon LambertRecurve Freestyle252/50 Yd - Red15/10/201726432481.48%
Jim DunnLongbow252/50 Yd - Red15/10/201730064846.30%
Junior 252 Badge Winners
NameBowtypeBadge WonDateScoreOut of% of Max
Grace LeachCompound Junior252/20 Yd - White24/06/1725532478.70%
Theo HobsonRecurve Barebow Junior252/20 Yd - White09/07/1734154063.15%
Sam RimmingtonCompound Junior252/50 Yd - Red30/07/1730632494.44%
Ben Sheridan-GuestRecurve Barebow Junior252/20 Yd - White30/07/1740654075.19%
Sam RimmingtonCompound Junior252/60 Yd - Yellow06/08/1727432484.57%
Theo HobsonRecurve Barebow Junior252/30 Yd - Black27/08/1730154055.74%
Finlay ClarkCompound Junior252/30 Yd - Black04/09/1729732491.67%
Finlay ClarkCompound Junior252/40 Yd - Blue17/09/1727032483.33%
Toby MartinRecurve Barebow Junior252/20 Yd - White24/09/1736654067.78%
Caelan HerdsmanRecurve Barebow Junior252/20 Yd - White08/10/1727954051.67%

Cake Baker Badge

A fun badge for our members to win this one, and very easy. Bring to a club session ANY home-made food cooked or baked by yourself and we’ll award the badge. We’re a family club, and who doesn’t like to have free food when you come to a club session? We even occasionally award a Star Baker badge too…

Cake Baker Badge Winners
NameDateBadgeBaked/Cooked
Nicola Somerscales06/08/2016Cake BakerCakes
Tracy Clark10/09/2016Star BakerChocolate Cake
Sam Rimmington30/10/2016Cake BakerCakes
Toby Martin30/10/2016Cake BakerCakes
Mike Ansell04/06/2017Cake BakerCakes
Steve Cracknell11/08/2017Cake BakerCakes
Caelan Herdsman13/08/2017Cake BakerCookies Mmmm
Ben Sheridan-Guest20/08/2017Cake BakerChocolate Cupcakes
Lynne Clark24/09/2017Cake BakerCakes
Lesley Martin01/10/2017Cake BakerLots of cakes

SAS Badge

Any archer who manages to take out the dead centre of the target face is awarded an SAS Badge. Not as easy as it sounds and our Records Officer is a stickler for making sure the arrow is truly dead centre and cleanly takes out the “X” for the badge to be won! Quite an achievement, and occasionally won accidentally by our new archers!

SAS Badge Winners
NameBowstyleDistanceDate
Dan CallanCompound20yds05/02/2017
Fred SomerscalesRecurve Freestyle20yds24/02/2017
Nigel ThomsenCompound20yds24/02/2017
Charlotte JonesCompound40yds28/04/2017
Lee WilliamsRecurve Freestyle20yds21/05/2017
Jessica HersmanRecurve Barebow20m06/08/2017
Ian ClarkCompound60yds18/08/2017
Finlay ClarkCompound20yds01/10/2017
Jon LambertRecurve Freestyle20yds01/10/2017
Mike LeachCompound20yds03/11/2017

6 Gold End Badge

This exclusive badge is available to all members and is deliberately hard to win. Must be shot under competition rules with both the Club Line Captain and the Club Records Officer being made aware if you think you have achieved the minimum requirements. The target face is a 122cm standard FITA. Full details of the distances for bow and age groups as well as the complete rules for winning this exclusive badge are available to download.

6 Gold End Badge Winners
NameTypeBowstyleDistanceDate
Charlotte JonesJunior (12-)Compound30yds18/09/2016
Finlay ClarkJunior (12-)Compound30yds02/07/2017
Sam RimmingtonJunior (16-)Compound50yds30/07/2017

Our Other Badges

We have a range of other badges that our members can also be awarded. Some for completing a task, some to highlight the member as being part of a subgroup within our club, some just for fun. They are all designed to keep are our archers striving to do their best and have a good time while they shoot with us.

Portsmouth Round

The governing body for archery in the UK is Archery GB, formally known as GNAS (Grand National Archery Society) and it is they who formulated the different distances, size of targets and number of arrows, known as rounds, that UK clubs shoot at. Most Archery GB rounds are named after British cities with indoor rounds using the metric scoring system and outdoor using imperial, A Portsmouth round is shot at our club in 6 arrow ends with 1 end (6 arrows) of sighter’s and use metric scoring where the inner gold ring is worth 10 points and working out from the center each subsequent ring being worth 1 point less than the previous with the outer white ring being worth 1 point. Inside the 10 ring is a smaller one called the X ring. This ring is also worth 10 points but the number of X’s can be used to determine ties.

Adult Portsmouth Round Winners
NameBowstyleActual ScoreDateBadge Awarded
Jim DunnLongbow39522/10/2017Portsmouth 375
Alan ClarkeRecurve40029/10/2017Portsmouth 400
Steve HutsonRecurve52422/10/2017Portsmouth 500
Tracey SargesonRecurve43722/10/2017Portsmouth 425
Mike LeachRecurve54103/11/2017Portsmouth 540
Steve HutsonCompound55210/11/2017Portsmouth 550
Alan ClarkeRecurve39717/11/2017Portsmouth 375
Alan ClarkeRecurve43419/11/2017Portsmouth 425
Jon LambertRecurve51019/11/2017Portsmouth 500
Rebecca StephensonRecurve46819/11/2017Portsmouth 450
Junior Portsmouth Round Winners
NameBowstyleActual ScoreDateBadge Awarded
Rowen HerdsmanCompound43006/10/2017Portsmouth 425
Sam RimmingtonCompound53122/10/2017Portsmouth 530
Hannah FoxRecurve39610/11/2017Portsmouth 375
Finlay ClarkCompound52812/11/2017Portsmouth 525
Hannah FoxRecurve44412/11/2017Portsmouth 425
Rowen HerdsmanCompound45217/11/2017Portsmouth 450
Rob HanoverCompound48917/11/2017Portsmouth 475
Hannah FoxRecurve49619/11/2017Portsmouth 475
Rob HanoverCompound50326/11/2017Portsmouth 500
Charlotte JonesCompound53308/12/2017Portsmouth 530