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Droitwich Archery Society has been holding regular tournaments for as long as it has been in existence.

We currently run four tournaments throughout the year - 
two indoors in the winter, and two outdoors in spring and summer.

Droitwich Archery Tournaments

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UKRS Double Worcester

Our longest established round, and part of the Garrington Cup series.

The round archers shoot is a Double Worcester, this being two Worcester rounds, one shot in the morning and one in the afternoon.

It's nice to have an official round named after the nearest city to the club, especially as it has its own special target face and scoring.

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WRS World Archery Combined

Near the end of the indoor season, we hold our World Archery Combined tournament.  

The WA Combined is another double round, where archers shoot the 5 dozen WA 25m round followed by the 5 dozen WA 18m round.

We look forward to a great day, and hope that plenty of you will be along to round off your shiny new IMB and IGMB classifications at a World Record Status event!

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UKRS Spring Westerns

This year, instead of our usual Warwicks, we have decided to run the Western rounds instead. Archers may shoot any variation of the Western round, four dozen arrows at two distances.  

As a longer round, it is both eligible for higher classifications, and is also more challenging to shoot, giving the potential for new records to be set. This is not a "traditional" tournament, with first, second and third place medals, instead archers shoot for some early tournament practice, and one of the many UK records still available for this round in many bow styles.​

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Summer Tournament

In late June we hold our summer Record Status event.  Previously an Albion, we are considering a metric round for the future, possibly a double 720.  This is usually our largest shoot of the year, and part of the West Midlands Summer League.

All types of bow are welcome: the shoot attracts a good field of longbow archers, encouraged by the magnificent Trophies donated in 2004 and 2005 by Patti & Dave Vukomanovic and by Alex Pattison.

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