Trophy List

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The Silver Stag Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Presented by Mrs F.C. Dixon for the Gentleman making the highest score at the Clout Shoot, shooting 180 yards.

The Clout Shield Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Presented by Mr G.E. Anscombe for the Lady making the highest score at the Clout Shoot, shooting 140 yards.

Compound Bow Clout Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Small Silver Stag. Presented by Mr & Mrs A. Fitzjohn and awarded to the Lady or Gentleman gaining the highest score at the Clout Shoot, shooting appropriate distance.

Junior Clout Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Painted Medieval Archer. Presented by Mr & Mrs A. Fitzjohn and awarded to Club Junior gaining the highest score at the Clout Shoot, shooting appropriate distance for age.

Longbow Clout Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Roman Archer. Presented by Mr A. Culham and awarded to the Longbow archer, gaining the highest score at the Clout Shoot.

The Sir John Raven Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Hunting Horn. Bought by Club Subscription and presented to the Gentleman making the most hits at the meeting, shooting the Albion round.

Lady Sir John Raven Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Running Pheasant. Presented by the Lea Family and awarded to the Lady making the most hits at the meeting, shooting the Windsor round.

Compound Sir John Raven Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Salver. Presented by Mr B. Anscombe and awarded to the Lady, Gentleman or Junior making the most golds at the meeting, shooting the appropriate round for sex and age.

Junior Sir John Raven Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Mounted Horn. Presented by Mr D. Morrison and awarded to the Junior making the most hits at the meeting, shooting Junior Windsor round appropriate to age.

Family Team Challenge Trophy
Bronze Medals awarded Crystal Plaque. Presented by Mr & Mrs S. Rushton. Each team will consist of a minimum of 2 archers directly related by marriage, blood or adoption. Total of handicap adjusted scores, will be divided by number of team members. Shot at same event as the Sir John Raven Trophy.

The Silver Cup
Silver Medal awarded Presented by Mrs F.C. Dixon and awarded for the most golds at the Emson Trophy meeting. Lady shooting the Western round or Gentleman Long Western.

The Emson Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Mug. Presented by Miss Barbara Emson for the best gold of the meeting. Lady shooting the Western round or Gentleman Long Western.

Emson Compound Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Engraved Paperweight. Presented by Mr C. Haywood and awarded for the best gold at the meeting. Lady shooting the Western round or Gentleman Long Western.

Junior Emson Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Silvered Nail Archer. Presented by Mr & Mrs A. Fitzjohn for the best gold at the meeting. Junior shooting western round, appropriate to age group.

Wooden Spoon
Awarded to the archer shooting the worst white on the last end of the Emson Trophy meeting.

Lloyds Longbow Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Drinking Vessel. Presented by Mr S. Rosser (Manager Lloyds Bank) and awarded to the Lady or Gentleman with the most hits, shooting a Western round, with a Longbow, under BLBS equipment rules. The current holder of the trophy, (if a Gentleman), shall be required to shoot the Long Western round.

GNAS Archer
Bronze Medal awarded Pewter Plaque of the GNAS archer. Presented by Mr & Mrs A Fitzjohn and awarded for the Best Gold shot with a Longbow on Lloyds Longbow day.

Bill Dixon Memorial Trophy
Gold Medal awarded Silver Eagle. Bought by Club Subscription and presented to the Gentleman making the highest score at the Club Championship meeting shooting York or FITA round, to alternate yearly.

Silver Jubilee Trophy
Gold Medal awarded Pewter Plaque of a Falcon. Bought by Club Subscription and presented to the Lady making the highest score at the Club Championship meeting shooting Hereford or FITA round, to alternate yearly.

Two Copper Bowls
Silver Medals awarded Presented by Mr & Mrs Moger and awarded to the Lady & Gentleman making the second highest score at the Club Championship meeting.

David Lea Compound Bow Championship Trophy
Gold Medal awarded Cone Shaped Pewter Vessel. Presented by Mr D. Lea and awarded to the archer making the highest score at the Club Championship meeting, shooting York/Hereford or FITA round, to alternate yearly.

Junior Pewter Mug
Gold Medal awarded Presented by Mrs F.C. Dixon and awarded to the Junior making the highest score at the Club Championship meeting, shooting Bristol or Metric Junior round, appropriate to age, to alternate yearly.

Longbow Handicap Trophy
Silver Medal awarded
Brass Target. Presented by Mr & Mrs S. Smith and awarded to the Longbow archer, making the highest handicap adjusted score at the Club Championship meeting, shooting any round during the day.

Silver Handicap Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Presented by Mr D. Coils and awarded on Club Championship Day to the archer who does not qualify for a Championship Trophy, but who has the highest handicap adjusted score on any round shot during the day.

Longman Trophy Gentlemen
Silver Medal awarded Silver Cup. Presented by Mr R.J. Dixon and awarded for the aggregate of the best two handicap rounds shot prior to the meeting and the handicap made on the day. Gentlemen shooting a New Western round.

Longman Trophy Ladies
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Plate. Bought by Club Subscription and awarded for the aggregate of the best two handicap rounds shot prior to the meeting and the handicap made on the day. Ladies shooting a Long Western round.

Longman Compound Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Mug. Presented by Mr A. Culham and awarded for the aggregate of the best two handicap rounds shot prior to the meeting and the handicap made on the day. Archer shooting relevant Western round.

Junior Longman Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Mug. Presented by Mr E. Brown and awarded for the aggregate of the best two handicap rounds shot prior to the meeting and the handicap made on the day. Juniors shooting Western round appropriate to age.

Longman 66 Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Silver Cup. Presented by Mr & Mrs A. Poole and awarded for Club members who are unclassified on Longman Trophy Day. Awarded to the archer with the highest handicap adjusted score based on the Handicap Allowance Tables.

Carol Dixon Memorial Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Silver Salver. Bought by Club Subscription and awarded to the archer who has shot the three best handicap adjusted rounds on Golden Arrow Day, during the summer season.

Ron Neno Winter Trophy
Silver Medal awarded Pewter Mug. Presented by Mr. R. Neno and awarded to the archer who has shot the three best handicap adjusted rounds during the winter season.

Beginner’s Champion
Bronze Medal awarded Nuts & Bolts Archer. Bought by Club Subscription and awarded annually on Good Friday to the beginner with the greatest difference between their initial round handicap and their handicap on Palm Sunday.

Chairman’s Prize
Bronze Medal awarded Engraved Glass Vase. Presented by Mr & Mrs R. Gasking. Awarded at the Chairman’s Discretion.

Golden Arrow Plaque
Awarded each month to the Lady or Gentleman making the highest handicap adjusted score, shooting the Western round or the agreed round for the day.

Junior Golden Arrow Trophy
Silver Cup. Presented by Mr B. Moger and awarded each month to the Junior making the highest handicap adjusted score, shooting the appropriate round for the day.

Handicap Improvement Medal
A Bronze Medal on loan from the Grand National Archery Society and awarded annually to the archer who, after observing the GNAS rules, attains the greatest improvement in handicap during a calendar year.

Club Six Gold End Medal
A medal is awarded to each Club Member who shoots a Six Gold End on a Club target Day whilst shooting a recognised round to GNAS rules. Ladies shooting 50 yards, Gentlemen 60 yards and Juniors 50 yards.