Need To Know This Week

Achievement Round this Saturday, 1pm

Free for any MGAC member, the Achievement Round round is a progression from BAP, so it’s ideal for those who have completed their Gold Arrow in BAP, or are comfortable shooting at 40m or more. It’s 72 arrows (12 ends of 6 arrows) and you start at your closest comfortable distance. Once you’ve met the achievement score (see below), you can progress to the next distance the following month. Ribbons are free to MGAC members once you meet the achievement score. It’s also a great way to meet other members!

Distances shot:  40m, 50m, 60m, 70m, 80m, 90m 
Target Face: Barebow/Longbow/Recurve 122cm 
Compound 80cm @ 40/50m, 122cm @ 60/70/80/90m 
Achievement Scores:  Barebow/Longbow 400 | Recurve 500 | Compound 600

Youth, MAGS, and Young Adults Lines start again this Sunday for Term 2

At The Club This Week

Saturday 27 April
1pm-3pm* Club Shoot brought to you by keyholder Kelly Atkinson
1pm-3pm Achievement Round
* Note the range closes at the end of the club shoot unless another keyholder arrives

Sunday 28 April
9 – 10.30am Youth Line (9 lanes)
11 – 12.30 MAGS Line (8 lanes)
1 – 2.30pm Young Adults Development Group (3 lanes)

What’s On In The District

The outdoor season is now pretty much over, except for a few tournaments scattered around the country.  The Auckland District Archery Association (ADAA) indoor champs, and the MGAC indoor champs will be happening around mid-year – we will share details when confirmed. 

If you are interested in tournaments regularly check Archery OSA for all target tournaments across NZ, and NZFAA (NZ Field Archery Association) for Field events.

Keep In Touch

Have fun and safe shooting

Secretary, MGAC