Youngster Harvey Hamilton was among the awards as the archers of Silver Spoon Bowmen gave recognition to those who impressed during the indoor season.
Junior ace Hamilton won the handicap award after making great pogress.
Having struggled to put a decent score together at the beginning of the season, he made a few vital changes and turned things around to claim two county records.
Lynn Fisher came second in the handicap award with Margaret Marsh and Emily Must sharing third spot.
Achievement badges were gained by Charlene Marsh, Lisa Cave, Anne Skelcher, Stephi Reynolds, Edd Thompson, Steve Green, Ian Prior, Alex Taylor, Harvey Hamilton while a special mention must go to former club chairman Sam Newton who is the only member to achieve a 575 award in both compound & recurve disciplines.
If anyone would like to try archery the club are holding a ‘have a go’ series over the summer. The dates are May 27, June 26, July 12 & 29 & August 28 and will all be at the Sir John Gleed School (Neville Road entrance).
Anyone interested in having a go should turn up at 6.30pm.