252 Award Scheme

Abbey Bowmen 252 award scheme

The 252 badges are awards for achieving a score of 252 or better at different distances in the outdoor season. This scheme is used at many archery clubs and is designed to help you practice at different distances and reward your achievements.

The 252 score is set for Recurve Archers.  However, the required score is adjusted for different bow types and the score requirement for all bow types is summarised in the table below. It is only 3 dozen arrows and all can give this a go!

THE AWARDS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
(All badges have “252” on them)

RULES OF THE AWARD SCHEME

To be eligible for a 252 award the following rules need to be followed:

To be eligible for a 252 award the following rules need to be followed: While covid restrictions and the booking system are in place the round can be shot on any booked session. This will be reviewed once restrictions are lifted. 

• Archery GB Rules of shoot to apply
• Six sighters.
Three dozen arrows to be shot immediately after 6 sighters.
• 5 zone scoring.
• Three dozen arrows can be shot on their own or as part of the first three dozen arrows of a longer imperial round.
• Distances can be shot in any order. However, we recommend new members should claim awards in sequence.
• Scores need to be achieved and reported twice in the calendar year to qualify for an award.
• Qualifying scores for a given distance must be shot on different days.

A fully completed score sheet must be submitted to abbeyrecords1@gmail.com. If you wish to leave a hard copy scoresheet in the container, please email confirmation of this to the abbeyrecords email address. 

Your scoresheet needs to be witnessed and signed by another club member.

A small charge may be made to cover the cost of the award badges