TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2001


The 293rd Recorded Meeting in the 329th year of
The Society of Archers
held at Brayton High School, Selby, North Yorkshire
on Saturday 19th May 2001

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The Clerks Report

Saturday, the 19th May 2001, Brayton High School, nr Selby, North Yorkshire. A fine day with the promise of a breeze later, a nice day for the 293rd Ancient Scorton Silver Arrow Shoot, after a terrific blast on the Bugle by the Lieutenant the Company of Gentlemen assembled for their usual pep talk. After which, under the control of Dennis Heritage and Paul Senior, the stalwart Judges, the shooting commenced. The Lieutenants Bugle for the best Red was claimed at the first end by Garry Aldred of Lancashire, The Ancient Silver Arrow was won at the 3rd end by Dave Phillips, Longbowman of Selby Archers.

The Buffet provided for Luncheon was excellent, the wine, superb. After lunch, the meeting, again rather a long one.

The Lady scorers once again were their usual charming selves and did their duty with their usual banter and wit.

80 Archers took part in the event, 60 of them were Longbowmen, all had a good day as far as the swear bag was concerned, £38.45 was raised for the Captains Methodist Church. After the Captain expressed his thanks and appreciation to all who assisted with the shoot, his lady, Melanie presented all the Trophies and Sweepstakes.

Mr Stanley Snow., Clerk to the Society.


TROPHY WINNERS 2001

The Scorton Trophies
Captain of the Arrow

...

Dave Phillips
Lieutenant of the Arrow

...

Garry Aldred
The Horn Spoon for Worst White
...
Martyn Spence
The Ben Hird Sword for most Hits, Longbow
...
Lance Goodall
The Alain Holt Ladle for Highest Score, Longbow
...
Geoff Ingleby
The Thirsk Insignia for Yorkshiremen
The Silver Arrow & Gold Quiver, for Highest Score
...
Shaun Morgan
The Thirsk Bugle for most Hits
...
Bob Ripley
The Thirsk Silver Medal for Best Gold
...
Graham Tune
The Subscription Trophies
The Gold Medal for the Captain of Numbers
...
Garry Aldred
The Gold Medal for the Highest Score
...
Shaun Morgan
The Phillips Cup for the Best Gold of the Meeting
...
Graham Tune
The Sweepstakes
Best Gold
...
Garry Aldred
Second Best
...
Shaun Morgan
Third Best
...
Graham Tune
Most Golds
...
Garry Aldred
Second Most
...
Shaun Morgan
Third Most
...
Brian Hill, Tony Sutton
& Bob Ripley

TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2001

Name
Notes
Bow
Hits
Score
Golds
1
Garry Aldred
Lieutenant of the Arrow 2001
Recurve
62
370
14
2
Shaun Morgan
-
Recurve
59
325
10
3
Bob Ripley
-
Recurve
59
313
9
4
T Sutton
-
Recurve
51
271
9
5
N Lewis
-
Recurve
50
268
5
6
Brian Hill
-
Recurve
54
260
9
7
Chris Battersby
-
Recurve
53
243
5
8
Martyn Spence
-
Recurve
53
235
5
9
G Stevens
-
Recurve
49
221
3
10
M Yaxley
-
Recurve
48
216
2
11
Graham Tune
-
Recurve
44
190
3
12
Noel Lawrence
-
Recurve
45
183
3
13
M Murphy
-
Recurve
35
155
3
14
Andrew Neal
-
Recurve
27
131
3
15
Lance Goodall
-
Longbow
31
119
2
16
Geoff Ingleby
-
Longbow
26
114
2
17
D Morris
-
Recurve
24
100
2
18
C Hepworth
-
Recurve
26
94
1
19
R Stephenson
-
Recurve
20
78
3
20
Dave Phillips
Captain of the Arrow 2001
Longbow
17
77
3
21
N Fallows
-
Recurve
30
72
2
22
B Lydon
-
Longbow
16
64
1
23
Lewis Mitchel
-
Longbow
21
61
2
24
D Gregson
-
Longbow
16
58
0
25
G W Aldred
-
Longbow
14
58
0
26
L Hirst
-
Recurve
17
57
0
27
K Morrison
-
Longbow
14
56
1
28
M Young
-
Longbow
14
54
2
29
C Norfolk
-
Longbow
12
50
1
30
L Tucker
-
Longbow
14
48
1
31
Frank Newbould
-
Flatbow
12
46
1
32
Steve Daniel
-
Longbow
9
45
0
33
B Trotter
-
Longbow
16
44
0
34
Colin Hope
-
Longbow
15
43
0
35
G Rhodes
-
Longbow
13
41
1
36
T Hand
-
Longbow
8
40
0
37
E Grundwell
-
Longbow
14
38
0
38
G Brown
-
Longbow
9
31
1
39
R Drew
-
Longbow
10
30
1
40
J Raby
-
Longbow
8
30
1
41
A Antcliff
-
Longbow
10
28
0
42
D Aikin
-
Longbow
10
28
0
43
Mr Dyal
-
Longbow
8
28
1
44
Geoff Oliver
-
Longbow
8
28
0
45
S Whestone
-
Longbow
8
28
0
46
Philip Rolls
-
Longbow
10
26
0
47
Clive Roebuck
-
Longbow
8
24
0
48
F Lister
-
Longbow
6
24
1
49
R N Bowns
-
Longbow
5
21
0
50
M Grady
-
Longbow
8
20
0
51
R Stevenson
-
Longbow
6
18
0
52
P Croft
-
Longbow
5
17
0
53
Mr Wareham
-
Longbow
6
16
0
54
Cedric Abbott
-
Longbow
4
16
0
55
P Aikman
-
Longbow
5
15
0
56
N Hails
-
Longbow
6
14
0
57
J R Batey
-
Longbow
4
14
0
58
G Gaunt
-
Longbow
2
14
1
59
Bill Spencer
-
Longbow
3
13
0
60
J Bugden
-
Longbow
4
12
0
61
G Foster
-
Longbow
3
11
0
62
Bernard Hinde
-
Longbow
3
11
0
63
W R M Ashford
-
Longbow
3
11
0
64
Roy Pointing
-
Longbow
3
11
0
65
G Rhodes
-
Longbow
8
10
1
66
E Green
-
Longbow
4
10
0
67
G W Stark
-
Longbow
4
10
0
68
C Line
-
Longbow
3
9
0
69
B Brown
-
Longbow
2
8
0
70
P Hepworth
-
Longbow
2
6
0
71
H Feakins
-
Longbow
3
5
0
72
Doug Pattinson
-
Longbow
3
5
0
73
P Beck
-
Longbow
3
5
0
74
J Noblet
-
Longbow
1
5
0
75
J Bowers
-
Longbow
2
4
0
76
Derek Wilcock
-
Longbow
3
3
0
77
B Jenkinson
-
Longbow
1
1
0
We also had the pleasure of the company of Mr Baxter, C. Broad and J.Knott

Minutes of the 293rd Meeting - 19th May 2001


The Loyal Toast was taken and whilst the Gentlemen were still standing the ladies and guests withdrew. The meeting started with the Captain proposing a toast to the Society, the Arrow and the Captain and Lieutenant elect. The minutes were read by the Lieutenant and duly signed by the Captain. Apologies were received from Adrian Hayes, George Thorley, John Seddon and Barry Norbury who donated a small cheque to the running costs, thank you Barry.

Under matters arising the Captain reported there was no problem collecting the Arrow from the Royal Armouries, where it had been lodged for the past 11 months. The Clerk then rose to give his report, The Queen's reply to the Loyal Message and the White Rose had not yet arrived. The balance of the reserve fund is now £3124.51, the administrative fund is £498.71.

Matters for discussion - Andrew Neal, the retiring Captain read out a letter from Philip Rolls explaining that he had identified that the website address www.scortonarrow.co.uk had been registered by a company called Soho Consulting. It was pointed out that the practise of registering certain important or key names was quite common and was speculative to try and sell the name and site on afterwards. Philip Rolls had then registered the website name www.scortonarrow.com for a period of two years and kindly offered it to the Society for its own use. It was agreed that the retiring Captain and the Captain Elect should look into the possibility of using a website for the Society.

After thanking all concerned for their valuable help the retiring Captain sent the assembled company back to the field, shooting recommenced at 3.30pm.



Also in the year 2001


Monarchy: Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Prime Minister: Tony Blair - Labour Party
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The new web site: www.scortonarrow.com is launched later that same evening (Saturday 19th May 2001) and shows a picture of new, 2001 Captain, Dave Phillips with his winning arrow. A few days later all the 2001 results are published on the internet for the first time.


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