Category: DNAA

Kendal Weekend of Clout

When you think of Kendal you might think of Kendal Mint Cake. Or Kendal Mint Cake liqueur. Or Lakes. This hardy DNAA crew were definitely thinking lakes last weekend – lakes of mud!  But it would take more than clarts, strong winds and driving rain to deter this lot and they brought home some beautiful…

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DNAA County Team – NCAS InterCounty Event 2019

The DNAA Committee and the Selection Team would like to congratulate those chosen to represent the County at the forthcoming NCAS Inter County Event to be held in Cheshire on 5 and 6 October. The Junior team will consist of:- Junior Gents Compound; Dillon Crow, Elliott McGovern Junior Ladies Compound; Mya Chalmers Junior Gent Longbow; No submissions received Junior…

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DNAA at NCAS Clout Champs 2019

Don’t be fooled by that sky, the wind was tricky and even cold at times. But the hardy DNAA clout enthusiasts were not deterred and it was Helen Horsley from Riverside Archers who rose to the top, winning the trophy for ladies longbow on Sunday!  Lady Paramount and Lord Patron duties were carried out with…

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Helen George’s Funeral

From Tony George: The final details are in place for Helen and the funeral will take place on Tuesday September 10th at 1-30pm and will be at Whitley Bay Crematorium. This overlooks St Mary’s Island. If you would like to come then please be bright and normal and just the way you are.

Helen George

We are very sorry to hear that Helen George passed away yesterday in the Palliative Care Unit of North Tyneside Hospital. No further details are available at present but will be provided by Tony once these are arranged. Our thoughts are with Tony and her family, Helen was known well throughout the region and beyond…

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DNAA Clout Joy in Cheshire

On a glorious bank holiday weekend six avid DNAA clout archers invaded Cheshire for the Neston Tri-Clout and grabbed some serious bling! Saturday was two-way imperial – Mary Rathbone (Killingworth) took silver for ladies barebow and Helen Horsley (Riverside) took bronze for ladies longbow. Sunday was one-way imperial – Mary was 3rd ladies barebow visitor.…

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