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LMA Handicap League table 2011

This page show the league table for the Indoor Handicap shoots.

The Handicap is constructed to allow all archers to compete against each other on a level footing no matter their experience or the style they shoot.

Indoor Handicap shoots are £2 per person. There is a monthly shoot and prize. Each monthly score counts to a total end of year score for a shield.

The tables below will list the members taking part in the league and the scores as well as current position in the league and the previous position.

LMA Handicap League table Rules 2011

  1. The round is to be shot on the last Friday meeting of each month at the Leisure Centre with the award being presented to the winner at the end of that meeting.
  2. The round will consists of 10 ends of 4 arrows shot at a 35cm target from the normal shooting line.
  3. The scoring system is X (scored as a 5), 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and miss.
  4. The archer is to pay the shoot fee on the night before shooting commences.
  5. The archer is allowed a maximum of 2 practice ends of 4 arrows before scoring begins.
  6. Any round not completed once the shoot has started (including practice arrows) will be recorded as DNF unless failure to finish is due to an unrecoverable equipment failure.
  7. A handicap will be awarded once the archer has shot 2 qualifying rounds (to be shot before starting the handicap competition (no fee)) by calculating the average score then using the handicap table.
  8. Once an archer has been awarded a handicap it may be adjusted using the handicap tables after each shoot by calculating the average score (rounded down) between their current handicap score and the actual shot score.
  9. If an archer changes style, they are to shoot two qualifying scores (No fee) to create a new handicap for the new style. This must be done before the archer may re-enter the monthly handicap competition.
  10. If a archer misses a shoot they must catch up (this score is not eligible for the monthly award) before being eligible for the next months handicap competition, however they may shoot their score in advance which will be eligible for the monthly award.
  11. The winner of the monthly handicap award will have their handicap adjusted down by 1 additional point until a handicap of 1 is achieved.
  12. A handicap can go both up and down during the year.
  13. The archers handicap will be carried over from the end of one year to the start of the new year.

At the end of each year main awards will be presented to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in both the handicap adjusted and scratch score league tables.

2011 League

Handicap Winners 2011

Nathan Trew 1st Place 2011 Handicap Tournament
Dave Gray 2nd Place 2011 Handicap Tournament
Sally Mattingley 3nd Place 2011 Handicap Tournament

Scratch Winners 2011

Colin Ketley 1st place 2011 Scratch Tournament
Jak Kent 2nd place 2011 Scratch Tournament
Peter Hatherley 3rd place 2011 Scratch Tournament

2012 Scores

Score Table ( includes handicap ) for 2012 – Months winner score in Red

Michael Mattingley226223206655
Ray John221224174619
Sally Mattingley207197200604
Gail John196207200603
Chris Gray201200201602
Dave Gray202204188594
Nathan Trew207211418
Peter HatherleyDNF197197394
Colin Ketley203203
Jak Kent188188
Rhys Duffin170170

 Scratch score table – the score you actually shot

Chris Gray190189190569
Dave Gray173175167515
Michael Mattingley163172165500
Nathan Trew187194381
Peter HatherleyDNF189188377
Sally Mattingley125111115351
Ray John12113395349
Gail John99107103309
Colin Ketley195195
Jak Kent182182
Rhys Duffin141141