heading The Northern Counties Archery society

Website design by Northern Counties Archery Society.

LAST THREE SITE UPDATES.

23-02: Add February Junior Postal results.

23-02: Add GNAM entry forms to 'Target Awards' page.

21-02: Junior Page additions.

for Site Administrator: email:-       corrections

for Regional Treasurer email:-     NCAS_Treasurer

for Regional Secretary email:-      secretary

NEWS and EVENTS.

Juniors! We need YOU! 

The Region is looking for willing Juniors to shoot for 'Northern Counties'. Please view the 'juniors' page for details and January Postal League results.


Field Archers Notice!
 

Entry forms for the Kendal Bowmen 'May 3rd and 4th' shoot is available from the 'Flight and Field' page.
also available is the entry from for the 'UK Junior Championships. (Also hosted by Kendal Bowmen)


Results - Junior Postal 2013/14.

February: (FEBRUARY)


SATURDAY 21-6-2014

REGIONAL MEETING at WETHERBY


G.N.A.M. Entry Form


SATURDAY 25-10-2014

REGIONAL MEETING at WETHERBY


SATURDAY 24-1-2015

REGIONAL MEETING at WETHERBY


SATURDAY 14-3-2015

REGIONAL MEETING at WETHERBY




THE ENGLISH ARCHERY FEDERATION.

EAF logo
Yorkshire Clubs Cheshire Clubs Lancashire Clubs Cumbria clubs D.N.A.A. Clubs

5 YEAR CYCLE OF COUNTY HOSTS.

2014 - Cheshire

2015 - Yorkshire

2016 - Lancashire

2017 - Durham and Northumberland

2018 - Cumbria

EMAIL ADDRESSES @NCAS.CO.UK

COMPETITION RESULTS.

G.N.A.M. Results from Cumbria LINK HERE

This linked logo will take you directly to the E.A.F. site where you can read how to qualify to shoot as part of an English Team. Our  Region is one of the five English Regions that constitute the membership of the ' English Archery Federation'. The E.A.F. also manages the ' English Cross' awards system plus the selection and management of England Archery Teams, where applicable, on behalf of the English Regional Societies.

Late in 1999, this site was suggested and developed as a focal point for clubs in the Region, and to allow counties to develop web sites of their own. Those same counties and clubs have now developed a much more instructive web based structure than we can supply here. Thus this web-site now  primarily serves as a conduit to the six member counties of N.C.A.S. who are shown below on the outline map, and as a resource centre for information not easily available. If we feel that members may have a difficulty in finding Archery related information that is available to us, we may then attempt to put a link to it from this site or a copy of it on this site.

When the G.N.A.S. (Now ArcheryGB) was created, the ‘British Isles and Northern Ireland’ was split into ‘Regions’ This region was set-up to serve the five Northern Counties of England, plus the Isle of Man, with representation on the ‘National Council’. This council has been replaced by a ‘Board of Directors’ but the region maintains some of it’s original authority.

WHY ‘NORTHERN COUNTIES’?