Open Tournaments 2018 2018-03-12T22:27:23+00:00


Open Tournaments 2018

Meriden Archery Club Open Tournaments

Meriden Archery Club runs five Open Tournaments per year and details of each of those scheduled for 2018, including Entry Forms and Target Lists (which will be added as they become available), can be obtained by clicking on the links below. Tournaments are open to any archer currently affiliated to Archery GB, and their Dress Regulations as shown in Rule 307 will apply.


  • Entry forms for Juniors must be signed by a parent or guardian.
  • All record status shoots are liable for drug testing and competitors approached by an official to give a sample must comply. Any refusal will be treated as a positive result. Where an entry form contains one or more junior competitors, a parent or guardian must countersign the form to signify that they consent to their child being tested if approached.
  • Anyone wishing to use photographic/video equipment at a tournament must register prior to the start of the shoot. This includes mobile phone cameras.

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Archery GB Rule 307 (c): Dress Regulations

(c) Members of Archery GB shooting and officiating at tournaments granted UK or World Record Status by Archery GB are required to wear clothing that is appropriate, clean, in good condition (i.e. not frayed or worn, either deliberately or by use) and conventional in style and appearance. In particular:

(i) Tops or shirts must cover the front and back of the body (including the midriff when at full draw), they must not be strapless and, for gentlemen, must include sleeves.

(ii) Any colour garments may be worn with the exception of blue denim, olive drab and camouflage pattern.

(iii) Badges, Logos and Wording.

  1. Clothing manufacturers’ trademarks are allowed. The wearer’s name is allowed.
  2. Individuals, and members of clubs and other archery organisations that are commercially sponsored may wear sponsors’ logos and names during the sponsorship period only.
  3. Other wording or badges on clothing must represent archery organisations.

(iv) Members of Archery GB who are officiating as the Chairman of Judges, Judge or Director of Shooting at a UK or World Record Status tournament shall wear Archery GB recognised Judges official dress.

(v) A member of Archery GB who has represented Great Britain (GBR) as an archer at an international tournament may wear their international shooting uniform for the remainder of that season and the following one.