We run four Open tournaments each year, and two Closed events for club members only.
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Our Spring Tournament is the annual UK Record Status Warwicks, which we hold in April.
Although it's a relaxed start to the outdoor season, it's also one of the few opportunities to shoot for a national record on the Warwick rounds; we usually register at least one new record, often more.
The Warwick is a four dozen round, so it's a nice low pressure start if you are new to competition. We recommend it for our novice archers who may only have started shooting during the winter.
In late June we hold our UK Record Status Albion. Our largest shoot of the year, this is also part of the West Midlands Summer League.
Archers shoot one of several rounds, from the 100yard St. George down to the Juniors, who shoot one of the Windsor variants. Most adults will shoot the Albion or the Windsor.
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.
Our longest established round, and part of the Garrington Cup series.
Archers can shoot a Worcester round, although the vast majority shoot the much more demanding 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.
Near the end of the indoor season, we hold our World Archery Combined tournament.
The WA Combined is another unusual round, where archers shoot the 5 dozen WA 25m round followed by the 5 dozen WA 18m round.
It is a very well-attended tournament with a high calibre of entrants, due to its World Record status.