At the Warwick leg Oxford’s Sherman Ip’s score of 587 took
him to gold in gents recurve by 5 points from Tom Hall, who finished a point
clear of Harry Ives-Keeler.
In Ladies recurve Madeleine Meatyard took the gold medal on
557 with Sophie Goodwin 8 points back in second, Elizabeth Elmer took third a
further 13 points down. Special mention must go to Eléonore Cossade who shot
560 as a guest.
In novice gent’s recurve a trio of J’s made up the podium,
with James Holmes, Jonas Jotautas and Jack Brittan taking the medals, Warwick’s
Gillian Yu took gold in novice ladies recurve with Ieva Lipska taking the
silver and Tina Wu the bronze.
On the non-recurve front James Edmondson claimed Compound
gold with Alex White taking the honours in Longbow. Faheem Mirza was the best of the Barebows.
Many miles away in Cambridge and almost exclusively recurve
shoot took place, Loughborough’s longbowist Jonathan Ellis being the only
Arthur Coveney took the gold medal in gents recurve ahead of
Sam Rees in second and the duo of Rob Gray and Francis Berti tied in third.
In ladies recurve two of last year’s novices took the top
two slots, Lydia Sinnett-Smith finished well clear of Catherine Jackson who ,
in turn finished a point ahead of Rebekah Tipping.
In novice gents recurve Antonio Rubino was only one point
ahead of Guy Coop at the end of shooting but it was enough to give him gold.
Matt Lamacraft took a distant third.
In novice ladies recurve Megan Salfairso took gold with
Georgie Jones a close second and India Wilson third.
Next up Team Champs at NTU.