TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1990


The 282nd Recorded Meeting in the 318th year of
The Society of Archers
held at Easingwold, North Yorkshire
on the 26th day of May 1990

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The Clerks Report


Be it recorded that 117 Gentlemen met at Easingwold in the 318th year of the Society and shooting commenced with the Captain and Lieutenant defending their titles. The Lieutenant was successful in retaining the Bugle with a fine shot into the Red.
The Gentlemen then followed and to the great pleasure of all present, John Geldard, a longbowman, struck the inner Gold at the first end, becoming the Captain-Elect.

Luncheon was taken after two hours and the Annual Meeting of the Society then followed. A further two hours shooting in the afternoon in very pleasant weather concluded the meeting. Tea was taken and the Arrow and Trophies were presented by the Captain's Lady.

To the Poor of the Parish £42.00


TROPHY WINNERS 1990

The Scorton Trophies
Captain of the Arrow

...

John Geldard
Lieutenant of the Arrow

...

Stephen Williams
The Horn Spoon for Worst White
...
Gordon Hill
The Ben Hird Sword for most Hits, Longbow
...
D C Ellis
The Alain Holt Ladle for Highest Score, Longbow
...
Phil Parr
The Thirsk Insignia for Yorkshiremen
The Silver Arrow & Gold Quiver, for Highest Score
...
Noel Lawrence
The Thirsk Bugle for most Hits
...
A Hayes
The Thirsk Silver Medal for Best Gold
...
C Hope
The Subscription Trophies
The Gold Medal for the Captain of Numbers
...
Noel Lawrence
The Gold Medal for the Highest Score
...
E Tindall
The Phillips Cup for the Best Gold of the Meeting
...
E Hardman
The Sweepstakes
Best Gold
...
E Hardman
Second Best
...
A Neal
Third Best
...
P Davies
Most Golds
...
Noel Lawrence
Second Most
...
E Tindall
Third Most
...
E Hardman

TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1990

Name
Notes
Bow
Hits
Score
Golds
1
N Lawrence
-
Recurve
64
394
16
2
E Tindall
-
Recurve
63
339
8
3
G Aldred
-
Recurve
61
329
7
4
A Hayes
-
Recurve
64
324
6
5
A Neal
-
Recurve
63
306
2
6
W Goodwin
-
Recurve
54
280
6
7
C Line
-
Recurve
63
277
6
8
J Smoult
-
Recurve
61
277
3
9
P Davies
-
Recurve
54
251
3
10
M Hayes
-
Recurve
59
247
3
11
L Tucker
-
Recurve
55
247
3
12
G Penman
-
Recurve
54
246
3
13
S Sharman
-
Recurve
53
245
4
14
S Williams
Lieutenant of the Arrow
Recurve
53
239
5
15
D McIntyre
-
Recurve
48
234
4
16
P Vasey
-
Recurve
53
229
3
17
J Owens
-
Recurve
57
220
4
18
P Walsh
-
Recurve
47
220
7
19
T Walker
-
Recurve
45
211
4
20
E Hardman
-
Recurve
45
205
8
21
S Slater
-
Recurve
50
204
4
22
B Lydon
-
Recurve
42
194
3
23
P Jackson
-
Recurve
47
183
1
24
C Broad
-
Recurve
45
179
1
25
L Mitchell
-
Recurve
43
167
1
26
L Whittaker
-
Recurve
35
167
6
27
B Donaldson
-
Recurve
37
159
2
28
G Haley
-
Recurve
35
159
5
29
P Cornforth
-
Recurve
43
149
1
30
P Scudamore
-
Recurve
29
139
1
31
D Ellis
-
Recurve
37
137
1
32
P Parr
-
Recurve
31
135
5
33
P Croft
-
Recurve
34
124
0
34
John Geldard
Captain of the Arrow
Recurve
26
118
3
35
M Lee
-
Recurve
25
95
2
36
C Hope
-
Longbow
20
88
2
37
M Fitzpatrick
-
Recurve
14
87
5
38
S Brown
-
Recurve
18
70
4
39
W Aldred
-
Longbow
10
74
2
40
M Brooke
-
Longbow
20
68
1
41
B Trotter
-
Longbow
19
67
1
42
J Lister
-
Longbow
19
67
1
43
D Akin
-
Longbow
14
65
2
44
A Harbisher
-
Recurve
13
61
1
45
B Norberry
-
Longbow
15
51
0
46
J Wylie
-
Longbow
14
48
0
47
J Noblet
-
Longbow
12
48
0
48
G Foster
-
Longbow
10
48
1
49
G Hill
-
Longbow
14
44
0
50
P Hirst
-
Longbow
10
42
0
51
P Cromer
-
Longbow
7
41
2
52
A Abbott
-
Longbow
10
42
2
53
M Edmondson
-
Longbow
10
40
1
54
E Shepherd
-
Longbow
10
40
1
55
A Wylie
-
Recurve
11
39
0
56
P Appleyard
-
Longbow
7
35
2
57
J Barker
-
Longbow
7
35
0
58
P Smith
-
Longbow
7
35
0
59
E Chattaway
-
Longbow
7
35
0
60
D Gardener
-
Longbow
12
31
0
61
J Haigh
-
Longbow
9
31
0
62
J Knott
-
Longbow
9
31
0
63
P Aikman
-
Longbow
6
30
0
64
A Bakes
-
Longbow
11
29
0
65
G Myers
-
Longbow
9
29
0
66
R Stowe
-
Longbow
9
29
0
67
D Rowe
-
Longbow
7
29
1
68
J McCarthy
-
Longbow
11
28
0
69
D Woodrough
-
Longbow
9
27
0
70
M Leach
-
Longbow
10
20
0
71
P Beck
-
Longbow
7
25
0
72
P Titterington
-
Longbow
7
25
0
73
H Livsey
-
Longbow
8
24
0
74
J Bugden
-
Longbow
7
21
1
75
P Aldersley
-
Longbow
7
21
0
76
B Weeds
-
Longbow
6
20
0
77
D Wilcock
-
Longbow
6
20
0
78
N Hardman
-
Longbow
4
20
0
79
E Green
-
Longbow
4
20
0
80
T Hand
-
Longbow
6
18
0
81
C Wale
-
Longbow
6
18
0
82
J Bennett
-
Longbow
4
16
0
83
W Sharp
-
Longbow
5
15
0
84
P Williams
-
Longbow
5
15
0
85
R Brown
-
Longbow
6
12
0
86
D Humble
-
Longbow
4
12
0
87
N Goodey
-
Longbow
2
12
0
88
D Moore
-
Longbow
5
11
0
89
S Broadbent
-
Longbow
5
11
0
90
C Mortlock
-
Longbow
5
11
0
91
D Edwards
-
Longbow
3
11
0
92
W Taylor
-
Longbow
3
11
0
93
F Bates
-
Longbow
6
10
0
94
L Broughton
-
Longbow
4
10
0
95
M Grady
-
Longbow
3
9
0
96
R Matthews
-
Longbow
4
8
0
97
L Harrisson
-
Longbow
2
8
0
98
C Abbott
-
Longbow
2
6
0
99
P Garner
-
Longbow
2
6
0
100
C Hepworth
-
Longbow
3
5
0
101
R Harvey
-
Longbow
3
5
0
102
C Batty
-
Longbow
1
5
0
103
K Morrison
-
Longbow
1
5
0
104
F Edmondson
-
Longbow
4
4
0
105
G Thorley
-
Longbow
2
4
0
106
A Flanagan
-
Longbow
2
4
0
107
G Peake
-
Longbow
1
3
0
108
J Shaw
-
Longbow
1
1
0
109
F Newbould
Incomplete round
Bow
16
68
1
110
R Crees
Incomplete round
Bow
28
108
1
111
P Coffin
Incomplete round
Bow
-
-
-

We also had the pleasure of the company of:
R Pointing, J Suckley, F Duffy, John Odd (Snr), John Odd (Jnr).
On the line 116 Gentlemen and one other - of these 72 carried the longbow.


Minutes of the 1990 meeting


The Captain invited the Lieutenant to read the Minutes of the 281st Meeting, from which there were no matters arising. Apologies had been received from Colin Read, Harry Grace, Sam Brock, Alain Holt, John Crockett, Roland Dartnell, Bill Wales and Geoff Gaunt. We record, with regret, the death of Jack Percival, of Scarborough.

The Clerk read the gracious reply from HM the Queen to our loyal message. It was noted that the Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire was considering an approach on our behalf to HRH Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, to become Patron of the Society.

The taxman was reported to have dealt with us kindly regarding the Reserve Fund which stands at £700.67.

The appointment of George Penman by the Council of Captains as Deputy Clerk to the Society was confirmed with acclaim. Gifts in support of the Reserve Fund included a Parker pen, a voucher from Mary Howis, an engraved plate from the host Club, and wine. It was agreed that these should be raffled. The gift of Volume V1 from Frank Newbould was received with great appreciation.

There being no further matters the Captain closed the Meeting at 2.55pm.


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