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2017 ARCHERY SA State Matchplay Event


on Sunday, 30 April, 2017

9.30am practice, start of matches 10.00am


 Entries open 12 March

Entries close Monday, 24 April at 8.00 am



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The Board has determined this event will be a series of "Round Robin" matches to enable maximum participation and to maximise people's opportunity to participate in lots of matches.

The final format will be published here closer to the event.


  • Recurve - Male
  • Recurve - Female
  • Compound - Male
  • Compound -Female
  • Longbow - Male and female
  • Target crossbow - male and female

The event will be an open event

Archers from all age classes are welcome to participate but only "Open" distances and faces will be used

There will be a minimum of 4 entrants for each division – if less than four, an effort will be made to seek more entrants, if this is unsuccessful a full refund will be made

If more than 8 entries are received for any division, groups will be formed (to ensure maximum participation in the round-robin matches)

Shooting will be as usual for matchplay; two-minute ends of 3 arrows

Compound archers will shoot 5 ends at 50 metres on an 80 cm face with the total score deciding the winner

Recurve archers will shoot up to 5 ends at 70 metres on a 122 cm face using “set” scoring, first to 6 points deciding the winner

Longbow archers  will shoot up to 5 ends at 50 metres on a 122 cm face using “set” scoring, first to 6 points deciding the winner

Target crossbow arbelists will shoot 5 ends at 50 metres on an 60 cm face with the total score deciding the winner

Tied scores will not result in a one-arrow shoot-off in the round-robin matches, only in the finals

For each round-robin match, 2 points will be awarded for a win, 1 point for a draw and no points for a loss

A lunch-break will be held after 5 round-robin matches

Depending on timing and numbers in each division, quater-finals MAY be conducted.

The four (or eight) archers in each division with the highest number of points at the end of the round-robin matches will progress to the finals.

Where archers in the same category finish on the same points at the end of the round-robin matches, a 1-arrow shoot off will occur to determine the final four (or eight)

All matches for all divisions, including the semi-finals and finals will be shot concurrently

The winners of the semi-finals progress to the Gold Medal final; the losers play off for the Bronze Medal

Medals will be presented at the conclusion of the event.

Official practice: 9.30 am

Matches commence: 10.00 am

To enter this event....

  • Archery Australia Affiliates:

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you must use the "Click Here to Register" button, above

  • Other:

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Event Details


Mylor Oval, Mylor

Event Date:

Sunday 30 April 2017
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