Awards and Badges

Archery GB Progress Awards

Progress Badges

The Archery GB Progress Awards are designed to provide beginners and younger archers with awards for developing their archery skills. The scheme allows juniors to earn badges for achieving certain scores for their age, gender and bowstyle. There are five badges available - in order of increasing proficiency these are White, Black, Blue, Red and Gold - and they are earned by shooting 36 arrows, with a maximum of 12 sighters, to achieve the required score. Please ask a member of the LAC Committee for more details if you are interested in submitting a score.

Archery GB Junior Rose Awards

Progress Badges

Junior archers shooting a recurve, compound or longbow can claim a rose award when shooting at a UK Record Status York, Hereford or Bristol I-V tournament that has been given 'Rose Award' status. You will need to shoot the round relevant to your age group to claim this award.

Bow Style White Black Blue Red Gold Purple
Compound & Recurve 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1250
Longbow 225 300 375 450 525 600

Archery GB Six Gold End Junior Award

Six Gold End Badge

You will be awarded this if you shoot six consecutive arrows into the gold at one end at either of the two longest distances for your age group at a Registered Tournament or Club Shoot.

English Archery Federation – English Crosses

English Cross Badges

These are available for Recurve, Compound, Longbow and Barebow archers shooting the appropriate Record Status (UK or WRS) 12 doz Metric round for their age group. The badges are often available for collection on the day of the shoot.

Junior Crosses
Bow Style Green White Black Blue Red Gold Purple
Longbow 150 250 350 425 500 575 650
Barebow 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
Recurve 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1275
Compound 750 850 950 1050 1150 1250 1325

Archery GB Junior Award Scheme (JAWS)

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Laleham Archery Club encourages junior members to take part in the Archery GB JAWS each year. The JAWS scheme allows Junior archers to submit information about what shoots they have taken part in during the complete calendar year, their scores, classification, handicap improvement and tournament placings. Various points are awarded depending on how you did and then, once submitted, Archery GB produces a league table for archers from across the whole country. Please contact a member of the LAC Committee if you would like more information or help completing the JAWS paperwork.