ON SATURDAY several members of the Nethermoss Archery club attended a shoot organised by the Cheshire County Bowmen (CCB) at the Upton Leisure Centre near Chester.
It was a Portsmouth round – 60 arrows at a 60cm target face at a distance of 20 yards, maximum score attainable is 600.
In the junior section were Oliver Johnston, his younger brother Harry Johnston and Harrison Moss.
All completed the shoot and were placed as follows: Harry Johnston 16th (291 scored), Harrison Moss 14th (363 scored), Oliver Johnston sixth (479 scored).
John Hirst and Jack Grogan were the only two senior archers to represent Nethermoss on the Saturday.
Jack Grogan was placed second (574 scored), winning the silver medal.
John, shooting in his first competition since becoming an archer, was placed in a respectable 16th position against many experienced and well seasoned archers.
On the Sunday, Jack Grogan received the gold medal for shooting and winning the highest. Gents individual recurve score of the day (584 scored).
Vlada Priestman received the gold medal for shooting and winning the highest lady individual Recurve score of the day (581 scored).
Tracey Scott received the gold medal for shooting and winning the highest lady individual Longbow score of the day (366 scored).
Nethermoss also entered one Recurve team on the day.
The team consisted of Vlada Priestman, Dave Ball, Shaun McClure and Jack Grogan.
Again the Nethermoss archers shot well and ended up being placed second winning the silver medals, and just narrowly missing out on first place.
Nethermoss entered one Longbow team at Sundays CCB shoot.
The team consisted of Tracey Scott, Ian Scott, Barry Hignet and Jim Blakeley. All shot well and ended up in third place winning the bronze medals.