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August 2020 Postal Competitions

COVID-19 has put a halt to archery competitions across the state. With this in mind, Archery NSW is excited to announce the Postal Metropolitan and Junior Events. 2020 Archery NSW Postal Metropolitan Shoot Date: Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th August 2020 - All Bow types Due to COVID-19, the event will be run as...

All NSW State Level Competitions Cancelled For 2020

Archery NSW has made the difficult and heartbreaking decision to cancel all state level events for the rest of the 2020 due to the ever evolving COVID-19 situation. This event cancelled includes: State Target (scheduled for 8-9 August) State Field (scheduled for 12-13 September) State Clout (scheduled for 1-2 November)  All Grand Prix Events The safety...

Grassroots Recovery Fund

The Grassroots Sport Fund is part of the NSW Government’s Community Sport Recovery Package – helping support the sector to get back on its feet. The Grassroots Sport Fund will provide a one-off grant of up to $1,000 to around 12,500 eligible local clubs and associations across the State to assist them when community...

Annual General Meeting Notice – 16 August

Venue: Murray Room, Sports House, Olympic Park Date: 16th August 2020 Time: 2pm Nominations are being called for the following positions: President - 2 year term Vice President/Publicity - 2 year term Officer Secretary - 2 year term Tournament Coordinator - 2 year term Coaching Coordinator - 2 year term Others (Annual Appointment): Member...

Archery Numbers Can Increase To 20 From Tomorrow

Archery NSW is excited to announce from Saturday, 13 June group maximums for outdoor, non-contact sports will be increased to 20 people.  NSW clubs have been able to reopen since early May under restrictions and we are pleased to see more people are now able to enjoy shooting at the same time. It is...

Reopening NSW Archery Clubs

Archery NSW is pleased to announce it supports the reopening of NSW clubs from this Friday (May 16) with some restrictions. On Sunday, May 10, NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, announced COVID-19 restrictions would be eased across NSW starting from Friday, May 16. This included outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people and the use...

Archery NSW Position on Resumption of Archery

Archery NSW continues to monitor government advice regarding resumption of archery.  While NSW Health Guidelines encourage sporting clubs and organisations to continue to allow people to exercise, these activities must adhere to the Public Health Orders including public gatherings of no more than two people.  If an archery club reopens at this stage, even...

Postponement of Archery NSW Organised Tournaments

After consultation with Archery Australia, Archery NSW has made the decision to postpone all events organised by Archery NSW until April 30 as a direct response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It was with the safety of the whole archery community in mind that we made this decision. It is regrettable that this will impact...

2019 Presentation Night

On Saturday Night. Archery NSW celebrated the achievements of it's archery community at the 2019 Presentation Night. We had some very strong performances in 2019 and it was a privilege to be able to honour the hard work and effort of our archers. See the full results from the Presentation Night below: Metropolitan Championships...

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

In recent days, the COVID-19 situation has changed rapidly. Archery NSW has closely been monitoring the development of COVID-19 to understand its potential impact on our community. Ensuring the ongoing health of our clubs, archers, coaches, families, spectators and the health of the whole archery community is our utmost importance. On the advice of NSW...

While COVID-19 restrictions are easing across NSW, our archery clubs are not back to normal just yet. Please contact the clubs for more information on their restrictions.

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