Latest News from UKSAA


  • New beginnings - editorial published about some potential new members of the regional league set up, including a BUTTS "Division 2" fixture for this weekend, hosted by De Montfort. [18/Apr/18 17:30]

  • E-League Round 5 March and also final end of season results have been published. Birmingham edged out Warwick in Round 5 and retained the overall senior E-League Division 1 title as a result. Loughborough were third in the round and finished third overall. Southampton and Liverpool finish the season in 4th and 5th. Birmingham won novice Division 1 despite a late charge from Warwick. Warwick also won compound division 1. Tom Hall (Warwick) and Eleanor Piper (Birmingham) won in Round 5 and overall. Runners up were William Pike (Warwick) and Rebekah Tipping (Birmingham). Conor Hall (Birmingham) and Hannah Burnage (Warwick) were third. Full results available on the E-League website [16/Apr/18 09:30]

  • SSS spoils shared - new editorial published. Results from SSS match 5 (17th Feb) and Indoor Champs (7th Apr) have now been extracted, with both sets of results still regarded as provisional. Edinburgh win SSS match 5 to win the overall SSS league title. St Andrews win the Indoor Championships, with both clubs winning the corresponding second place/silver medals. Edinburgh complete a novice team clean sweep and compound league clean sweep. Strathclyde finish 3rd in senior SSS table, 2nd in novice table and win compound title at Indoor Champs. Plus, a new All Unis novice gent compound record shot at SSS Indoors. [11/Apr/18 17:30]

  • BUTC 2018 Review and Results have now been published. The result document is provisional - please email any corrections to UKSAA. Birmingham A win BUTC in a shoot off after the final against Loughborough ends 15-15 - first time the final has ever gone to a shoot off. Warwick A beat Warwick B in the bronze medal match. Quarter finalists were Exeter, Bradford, Cardiff and London. [updated 29/Mar/18 17:00]

  • Calculators out for SEAL thriller - editorial published covering SEAL match 5 and the closest finish to any regional league campaign ever. SEAL 2017/18 tables and results have now been updated. Imperial won the match itself with 2189, with Sussex second on 2145 ahead of both London (2136) and Southampton (2108). This precise combination sandwiched Imperial, Southampton and London back all together on 69 league points each. Imperial, in 3rd place, 3 league points and 41 behind on aggregate going in to the match, came out of it as champions with 10,838, just 40 ahead of Southampton who were themselves a mere 5 ahead of London. Imperial's novices won the novice match to complete a clean sweep. [updated 19/Mar/18 23:00]

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Sheffield 19th Apr
Queen Mary, St Andrews,
and West of Scotland 16th Apr
Aberdeen 12th Apr
De Montfort, Huddersfield,
and Nottingham 4th Apr
Glasgow 28th Mar

Welcome to the United Kingdom Student Archery Association (UKSAA) website. The UKSAA is an independent, informal website created to help disseminate information within the UK's university archery community. Every member of a university archery club and anyone else who wishes to help can consider themselves a member of the UKSAA. The UKSAA's email address is .

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