Achievement and Recognition

This page contains a list of some recent achievements by both clubs and individuals within the County.



Josh Moore has been crowned the National Clout Champion for Gents Compound

Sarah Hubbard came 2nd for Ladies Barebow at the UK Masters tournament.


Pete Hill has been named Archery GB Archer of the Year at the Archery GB AGM.

Layla Annison has been named the Archery GB Young Archer of the Year at the Archery GB AGM

Layla Annison won a Mixed Team Gold Medal, and ranked 9th individually at the European Grand Prix in Bucharest


Josh Moore from Hingham Bowmen came 3rd at the SCAS Field Championships.

Josh and Richard Mill (also of Hingham) won the Gents CUL County Team for Norfolk at the SCAS Field Championships.

Josh Moore came 3rd at the English Field Champs at Daventry, and also went to the UK Masters and shot a GMB / Gold WA Star score.

Richard Mill shot an individual record around the Grey goose Zombie Course.

Kieran Carr has been taken on by Archery GB as their new Paralympic Technician after helping out ad-hoc in a similar role over the last couple of years. Kieran is now based at Lilleshall part of the week, and remains part-time at Clickers whilst in Norfolk.

Josh Moore recently took part in the Pro Archery Series, attending a field shoot on 3rd September and coming an incredible 20th! Given this shoot attracts many current and former World and European champions this was an amazing debut result for Josh!




Hingham Bowmen got a new team record on Grey Goose’s Zombie Course – which club will be next to break this?

Hingham Bowmen and Marshland Archers have both held large have-a-go sessions recently, which have been very successful and helped fill beginners courses, great to see more people getting into the sport.

Fakenham Bowmen ran a very busy have-a-go at the Wild About Wensum event at Pensthorpe Natural Park.

Hingham Bowmen have held a series of Boost Archery coaching sessions over the summer, which proved to be very successful with lots of archers improving and getting some real benefit from coaching within the county