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  • BUTTS Indoor Champs - scores and tables have been updated, see BUTTS 16/17 page. Birmingham are BUTTS champions following a win at the BUTTS Indoor Champs, scoring 2324 in the process. Warwick stay second in the overall table although they were pushed in to third by Loughborough (who finished third overall). Loughborough also won the novice title ahead of Birmingham. Results on UKSAA to follow. [updated 22/Mar/17 14:30]

  • BUCS Indoor 2017 Finals Results have now been published. Tournament Review, Records and Archive have not yet been updated. However, every top seed from the 18m round has set a BUCS and All Unis record. [20/Mar/17 10:30]

  • BUCS Indoor National Finals results summary: Birmingham win gents and ladies team double. Warwick and Edinburgh were second and third gents teams and the other way around in the ladies. Francis Berti (Birmingham) won the gents recurve final against Tom Hall (Warwick). Ashe Morgan (Birmingham) beat Sherman Ip (Warwick) for bronze. Jaspreet Sagoo (East London) beat Rebecca Martin (Bristol) for the ladies title. Lydia Sinnett-Smith (Nottingham) beat Rebekah Tipping (Birmingham) in their bronze medal match. Other category winners were compounds Chris Woodgate (Warwick) and Sarah Prieels (Edinburgh), barebows Samuel Thomas (Loughborough) and Jessica Nilsson (Edinburgh) and longbows Alex Newnes (Aberystwyth) and Jessica Nirkko (Edinburgh). [updated 18/Mar/17 19:00]

  • "Napier deny Edinburgh SSS sweep" - new editorial published, reviewing SSS League Match 5 (18th Feb) and SSS Indoor Champs (25th Feb). Napier scored 2205 to win LM5, ahead of Edinburgh second in the match on 2181 but confirmed as league champions. Edinburgh won Indoors on 2271, with Napier second on 2178. St Andrews were third in LM5 and Indoors, Aberdeen finished third in SSS league overall. At SSS Indoors, Josh Croall (Edinburgh) beat the All Unis record for gent novice recurve Portsmouth by two points with 563. [15/Mar/17 14:30]

  • BUTC 2017 results and review in full have now been published. Any corrections to the results should be sent to UKSAA this week. Birmingham A win BUTC 2017 defeating Warwick A 17-15 in the final. Edinburgh B beat Swansea A 17-9 to win bronze. [updated 15/Mar/17 14:30]

  • Lancaster are NEUAL champions following wins in the NEUAL round extracted from BUCS qualifying and also at NEUAL Indoor Championships with 2193. Lancaster's novices do the same as both sides win their leagues unbeaten. Bradford (seniors) and Durham (novices) are the runners up. Results are on NEUAL site - UKSAA to follow. [15/Mar/17 14:30]

  • London are SEAL champions following winning SEAL match 5 with 2200. Southampton were second and Imperial were third in the match and overall. Imperial's novices have hung on in the face of a late Southampton charge, to pick up the SEAL novice title. Southampton's novices won the final leg with Imperial second. Results on UKSAA to follow. [15/Mar/17 14:30]

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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 .

UKSAA covers all the UK's university competitions and their results, especially the nationwide ones (BUCS Indoor and Outdoor, the E-League and BUTC) and the five regional competitions (SSS, BUTTS, SWWU, NEUAL and SEAL). Current site content also includes latest news, there is editorial comment and a season-long calendar of all shoots at university level. The Club Directory lists contact information from the UK's university archery clubs and it is kept as contemporary as possible.

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