Three generations of Gloucester archers compete at the State titles.
Three members from Gloucester District Archers (GDA) travelled to Taree to compete in the NSW State Australian Bowhunter Association (ABA) Titles over the October long weekend.
This event was hosted by the Manning District Bowhunters.
The State event was held over two days, with a three arrow round held in the morning and a one arrow round held after lunch each day.
Each round consisted of 20 targets.
A huge congratulations goes to Zali Jennings for placing first in the Cub Girls C-grade Bowhunter Compound division.
Andrew Jennings placed fourth in the Adult Men’s A Grade Freestyle Unlimited Division, while, Jeff Jennings placed second in the Veteran Men Sighted Division.
Well done, and great to see three generations of archers competing at State level.
What an achievement.