TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1929


The 229th Recorded Meeting in the 257th year of
The Society of Archers
held at Settle, North Yorkshire
on 16th September 1929

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Settle. September 16th 1929


Be it remembered that on this day eight gentlemen archers assembled at Settle on the ground of the North Ribblesdale Archers, to compete for the Antient Scorton Arrow.

Be it also remembered that the day was bright and almost windless.

Be it also remembered that shooting commenced at eleven a.m. and continued for two hours in the morning and for two hours in the afternoon.

Be it also remembered that this day John Yates, Royal Toxophilite Society, with his sixteenth arrow was the first Archer to pierce the Target in the Gold and so became Captain and holder of the Antient Scorton Arrow.

Be it also remembered that Colonel Aspinall Turner, North Lonsdale Archers, with his sixth arrow was the first Archer to pierce the Target in the red and thus became the Lieutenant and Holder of the Silver Bugle.

Be it also remembered that luncheon was partaken at the Ashfield Hotel and the usual bottle of wine was provided by the New Captain.

Be it also remembered that the expenses of the meeting amounting to £4-13-0 were divided among the Archers, according to custom.

Be it also remembered that after luncheon the Reverend G Hayter proposed and it was without dissent resolved by the Archers there present that Archers born in Yorkshire be eligible to compete for the Thirsk Bowman's Insignia and that this Resolution be subject to confirmation at the next meeting.

Be it also remembered that a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the members of the North Ribblesdale Archers for allowing the use of their ground.

Be it also remembered that the prizes were presented by Mrs Edgar to whom a hearty vote of thanks was passed.


PRIZES 1929

The Scorton Trophies
Antient Silver and Captaincy for 1929

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Mr John Yates
Silver Bugle and Lieutenancy

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Col J Aspinall Turner
Gold Medal and Captain of Numbers
...
Col J Aspinall Turner
Gold Medal for Highest Score
...
Mr John Yates
Antient Horn Spoon
...
Col J Aspinall Turner
Silver Cup and Sweepstake for Best Gold
...
Mr B H Satterthwaite
Sweepstake for Most Golds
...
Col J Aspinall Turner, Dr P F Mannix,
Mr John Yates
The Thirsk Insignia for Yorkshiremen
The Silver Arrow & Gold Quiver, for Highest Score
...
Rev G Hayter
The Thirsk Bugle for most Hits
...
Rev G Hayter
The Thirsk Silver Medal for Best Gold
...
Rev G Hayter

TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1929

Name
Notes
Golds
Reds
Blues
Blacks
Whites
Hits
Score
1
Col J A Turner
North Lonsdale Archers Lieutenant to the Arrow
3
7
9
12
16
47
173
2
Mr John Yates
Royal Toxophilites
Captain to the Arrow
3
6
11
9
10
39
101
3
Dr P F Mannix
John O'Gaunts Bowmen
3
7
9
8
8
35
153
4
B H Satterthwaite
John O'Gaunts Bowmen
1
4
7
13
15
40
126
5
J T Sanderson
John O'Gaunts Bowmen
0
4
8
10
7
29
105
6
Rev G Hayter
Woodmen of Arden
0
3
6
3
5
17
65
7
T R Satterthwaite
John O'Gaunts Bowmen
0
2
6
2
7
17
57
8
R T Sanderson
John O'Gaunts Bowmen
1
1
4
5
6
17
57

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