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  • "BUCS Indoors 2019 Finals Review" now published. Warwick (men's) and Birmingham (women's) recorded big wins in the team events at BUCS Indoor National Finals in Leeds, see BUCS Indoor section including a link to the results in full. Warwick's 1663 took them 83 clear in the men's team event. Plymouth were second on 1580, Nottingham were third on 1565, with London and Loughborough only a fraction behind. Birmingham won the women's team event on 1634 to win by 79. Warwick were second on 1555, with Nottingham on 1544, well clear of Edinburgh fourth and Loughborough fifth. Individual recurve winners were Alex Wise and Bryony Pitman (both Northumbria) who beat Arthur Coveney (Loughborough) and Eleanor Piper (Birmingham) in their respective finals. Jonas Skackauskas (Brunel) and Rebekah Tipping (Birmingham) won bronzes. 5 All Unis records broken, 1 tied. [updated 20/Mar/19 16:00]

  • "Battle for NEUAL - Part 1" and "Battle for NEUAL - Part 2" - new editorials published. NEUAL 2018/19 page has been updated with results from 6 matches and 2 championship rounds. Bradford won NEUAL Indoor Champs and as a result, won the overall senior NEUAL title for the first time. Durham were second overall, finishing just a point behind. Full results are on the NEUAL website. Results from 6 league matches and 2 championship events were published there over the weekend. At BUCS Qualifier, Durham were top and beat Bradford by 8 golds, the pair both having accrued 2178. However at NEUAL Indoor Champs, Bradford turned the tables and finished top ahead of UCLan, with Durham third. The competition was shortened to 4 dozen arrows because of venue issues. Durham's novices won at BUCS Qualifiers, whilst Newcastle won novice team at NEUAL Indoors. Sunderland were second at both and won this title comfortably after Durham (whose novice team had 5/5 wins going in) only fielded 1 novice at NEUAL Indoors. [updated 14/Mar/19 17:00]

  • B team draw took place on Tue 12th Mar from 12:00, live streamed on Reading's Facebook page. The B teams with confirmed spaces are Reading (as hosts), then from the draw, York, Oxford, Swansea and Lancaster. Top of the 11 strong waiting list are Plymouth, Bristol and Exeter. See the confirmed list of teams on the Tournament Info page. Of the 27 A teams, Coventry and Sussex are in line to make their BUTC debut. Birmingham are the defending champions and the competition itself will be on Sun 31st Mar. [updated 12/Mar/19 12:30]

  • Results from SEAL match 5 have (mostly) been published on TamlynScore. SEAL 2018/19 page has not yet been updated. London top scored in the match so far on 2155, with Imperial second on 2145, with Sussex next, 6 short of 2100. Portsmouth and Southampton's part of the match will now be shot on Sun 24th Mar. With London currently ahead of Imperial by one place, but by less than the 79 they would have needed, if Southampton or Portsmouth finish in between London and Imperial (or inbetween 2155 and 2145), thus pushing Imperial down a place, then London will be SEAL champions by a point. If they don't, then Imperial will be champions, level on points with London but ahead on aggregate. London are confirmed as SEAL novice champions. They had a 6pt lead and will be at worst 3rd in the match. [12/Mar/19 10:30]

  • "Combined BUTTS Champs" - new editorial published. Correction to BUTTS Indoor Champs results now live. Warwick win with a mammoth 2322, with Birmingham in second despite amassing 2317. Warwick are overall BUTTS league champions for the season, completing a clean sweep. Full results (with the missing boss' archers included) are now on the BUTTS 2018/19 page with end-of-season tables. Nottingham are third on 2250 and overtake Loughborough (who scored 2245) for third place overall as a result. De Montfort were sixth overall and won the Div 2 fixture to complete a clean sweep there. Birmingham won the novice championship and overall novice league title. An All Unis record was also tied. [updated 08/Mar/19 17:30]

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