Good Luck to our Welsh Teams at the National Indoor Championships
This weekend our Junior and Senior teams will be in action at the Home Nations competitions at the Junior and Senior Indoor Championships at Stoneleigh Park, Warwick.
Congratulations and Good Luck to all our team members:
Judge Requests - New Procedure for 2020
For 2020 season and afterwards the Judge Request system is changing, and tournament organisers will need to contact individual judges to request their attendance at tournaments, and not rely on the J.L.O to provide judges. This system is used nationally. Organisers, log in and see the internal Documents page for fillable and static forms to contact judges and request their attendance.
This change is due to the lack of judges in WAA. If judges do not agree to attend a tournament then a WRS or UKRS application will not be granted by Archery GB, as a named judge of the correct grade is required on the application, meaning judges will have to be requested from ArcheryGB.
This also means that judges unable to attend their tournament will be required to find a replacement and inform the J.L.O.
Paul Curtis WAA Judge Liaison Officer
Paul Curtis 07954816207 National
Debbie Anderson 07779848769 Regional
Philip Bailey 07595902391 Regional
Martin OSullivam Prismick 07572451724 County
Kevin Bridgman - County
WAA Judges Group Needs More Judges
Through illness and work commitments, we are stretched to the limit. We can only attend so many events.
World and UK Record Status events need a minimum number of Judges for the event to run successfully. Unless more people become Judges, the WAA Judges Group will cease to exist.
Archers in Wales, please consider becoming Judges, or our sport will suffer. Contact Paul Curtis for details of how to become a Judge.