CROSSBOW: Medals for Rugby Sport for the Disabled

Malcolm Scott
Malcolm Scott

National Crossbow Federation’s 10m National Shoot

Rugby Sport for the Disabled members Malcolm Scott and Iris Bingham won Gold and the National Assisted titles at the National Crossbow Federation’s 10m National shoot held at Streetly at the weekend. Graeme Mooney achieved Silver.

To score a ten at this unique shoot, the bolt must be completely inside, and not touching the two and a half centimetre ten circle. Competitors must shoot one bolt in each of the four 25cm target faces.

Graeme said: “I really enjoyed the shoot but it was very frustrating and I had to concentrate very hard”. Iris added: “It is quite strange to shoot four bolts every end and not three as usual. Many of my shots needed the judge to use a magnifying glass to see if the bolt was touching the line.” Malcolm said that despite the poor light and the cold, he was reasonably pleased with the result.

The National Crossbow Federation held an AGM during the lunch break where Iris presented the annual accounts.

RSDA assisted results, with scores out of 800, were:

Lady Tournament: Gold: Iris Bingham 383+390=773.

Gent Sporting: Gold: Malcolm Scott 386+375=761.

Gent Sporting: Silver: Graeme Mooney 353+368=747.



Gentlemen Graham Course 740

Senior Graeme Peatfield 669

Lady Laura Peatfield 739


Gents Chris Bristow 733

RSDA members are now training for the Rotary Disabled National Championships which will be held in Coventry in November.