Club Awards

The club support a number of award schemes for archers as they progress. Awards can only be made if you submit your scores to the club records officer or nominated member who administers the scheme; so dont forget to get your scores in to the appropriate person to gain your hard earned reward.

A useful resource to calculate the handicap for your score can be found at

Club Handicap Improvement Medal

Awarded at the club annual celebration to the club member who has shown the greatest improvement in handicap accross the outdoor season.

Administered by Marina Rose.

Submissions can be made on the BAC score record sheet found in the members area documents 

Classification Awards

Awarded to archers who achieve the appropriate scores as definded by ArcheryGB

Details of the scores you require can be found on the Yorkshire Archery website.

The club can award up to the level of Bowman; Administered by Marina Rose. Archery GB administer the award of Junior Master Bowman, Master Bowman and Grand Master Bowmen.

252 Award Scheme

The club operates a 252 award scheme and specific target days outdoors are dedicated  to 252 attempts. You can also submit scores from competative shooting. The award is given for scoring 252 in your first 3 dozen  competative arrows at any distance in yards up to 100.

Different colour badges are awarded for each distance acheived.

The scheme is administered by Marina Rose