Well since I last updated my heavy bow had a bit of damage so got sent away and was repaired. A new set of arrows, dubbed 'Blue Murder' has been made for it to shoot outdoors, and they managed to win me 3rd prize at Assheton's Early Bird shoot. If you are wondering, why I named them that, it's because they have a blue cock feather, and a group of ravens are called 'a murder'.
Though recently my shooting as been suffering recently at close range, though at long range it's been going very well. I'm not exactly sure why that is happening but I'm sure I'll work it out in the end.
A few things though have been achieved this year. Firstly the longbow shoot at Kedleston Hall is really the only longbow shoot we go as a team, and last year (not sure if I mentioned it on here) but I set a goal to have an archer from my club on every target at the shoot. Being 16 targets that's quite a push to get 16 people from one club to shoot longbow, but after some hinting, and light pressure a band of 16 archers arrived at Kedleston this year.