This area will cater for stories and photo galleries that have been submitted for each 3D Archery Association 3DAAA event.
Clubs should use this facility to promote their future events. We understand that it takes time and effort to produce the content and thank them for their efforts.
Articles and photos should be submitted to the Score Recorder.
The second NSW shoot for 2016 was held by the Lake Glenbawn Field Archers at the Inland Waters Holiday Park, Lake Glenbawn, a fantastic place for a camping holiday. Located not far from the small country town of Scone, Lake Glenbawn was a much shorter drive for many NSW shooters than Bonalbo. The club grounds are located on the eastern... View Article
MPB first 3DAAA event this year Previous weeks in lead up to our Shoot a number of works a had been completed to the club grounds, Including a fresh coat of paint to the entire club house and storage facilities as well as some new roofing and fences put in place. The Entire grounds and course where mowed and a... View Article
The second shoot for the Victorian series was hosted by Twin City Archers Gippsland at Morwell last weekend, 19th & 20th March 2016. After much debate about moving the event to stop conflict with other events being run in Victoria on the same weekend and several club members being away hunting, the decision was made to go ahead with the... View Article
The first NSW shoot of 2016 was held in the quiet country town of Bonalbo, near the NSW-QLD border, hosted by the Northern Rivers Field Archers. It was a long drive for many NSW archers, but we still managed a respectable turnout for the first shoot of the year with 111 shooters. This was the first sanctioned shoot held at... View Article
Diamond Valley Archers leads the shoot calendar with our first event in February 27th & 28th 2016. This is always a busy time of year, the planning was in place and the courses planned on paper as the days moved closer paper plans moved to actual setting of the courses and the walk throughs. The day arrived all too soon and in... View Article