Notes from the latest KAA meeting

Good Afternoon everybody, please see below pointers from the recent meeting.

4 way Indoor match: the cut off date for you to submit scores for consideration for the team is the 13th January. The easiest way to scores is through Archr and we would like to see all your scores on a regular basis. Please remember that in order to be considered you must submit scores.

Archr: Archr is the programme we use for the submission of scores from members it allows for you to submit your score from a smart phone or computer onto the database each time you record a round. Please contact to obtain the required code to enable access to the system. This is by far the easiest way to submit your scores but if you would prefer to send them in manually then KAA Score return is the required form.

Coaching: Invicta coaching is our sub group that supplies the opportunity for you to improve you shooting and are there to help. for further information and to contact them visit their webpage at Invicta Coaching Group (

National County Team event: It is our intention to submit teams to this event and during the next 6 months we will be sorting out the details and important dates for you to get your returns into us by. Although we are waiting for more information from AGB regarding format and registration we will be looking to send teams from all disciplines and if possible both Gents and Ladies.

KAA Field Championships: The date for the 2023 field champs has been set for the 12th of March. The format is to be confirmed but is expected to be a WA24 mixed and the entry form is due out very soon. In honour of the many years of hard work, especially in Field Archery, that our own Mr Derrick Lovell MBE has given, this Tournament is to be known as the Derrick Lovell Field Tournament (incorporating the KAA Field Championships)

Development Plan: After many years we now have a development officer to look at ways to move KAA forward over the next 5 years. He has a few questions that he would like to put to you in order to know where to put his emphasis. If you could send your responses to or comment on this post it would be very much appreciated.

1). Do you regulary attend competitions nationally or in Kent.

If yes, what do you feel would help you perform better physically or mentally (eg. Better information of events or coaching).

If no what doesn’t appeal to you regarding competitions.

2). Would you consider carrying out a coaching qualification?

3). Does KAA provide enough competition events info on their web browser?

4). Any further comments you feel we need to know regarding Kent archers development?

Please take a minute or two to send us your thoughts, we can’t include them if we don’t them.

Can all clubs please share with your members and encourage them to sign up for their own copy.