The Royle Hutton Annual Tournament is held every year on Waitangi Day to commemorate Royle Hutton, the founder of Youth Archery in New Zealand.
Open only to Archery New Zealand affiliated archers. This postal shoot to be shot wet or fine on Waitangi Day 6th February. To be shot under minor tournament conditions at an archery club grounds.
5 x 6 arrows at each distance 55m, 46m & 37m except Junior B (under 16) which will shoot 37m, 28m and 18m.
1 x 6 arrows sighting end at each distance
10 zone target face
Classes Recurve, Barebow, Longbow, Compound, Crossbow, Traditional and Para Recurve, Para Compound, Para W1
Divisions Open, Masters 50+, Masters 65+, Junior A (16 to 20 years), and Junior B (under 16).
Face Sizes Recurve, Barebow Traditional, Longbow and Compound 122cm; Crossbow 60cm
Entry fee $5.00 for both seniors and juniors. Pay to your club and the club will pay Archery NZ. Clubs please use your club name as reference with number of archers.
Or direct bank deposit Kiwi Bank 38 9015 0468141 01
Fees and entries must be received no later than 19 February 2023. Results by Excel file format (under downloads).
Any questions please ask Kerry Hoole [email protected]
Download the 2022 Results here
Congratulations to all the Medal winners and to all that participated given that the weather was not good around the country.
Also well done to the following for the highest score in their bow types: Compound - Stephen Mann 885, Recurve - Shawn Ryan 835, Barebow - Matt Cloonan and Kerry Hoole on 697 with Kerry scoring 19 x 10's and Matt 6.
Download the 2021 results here
Great to see the numbers we got this year. With Covid, numbers have been down for most competitions but not in this case.
There was some great battles especially in the Masters recurve with Tony Vercoe and Warren Kertell drawing on the totals and having to go to the Total 10's and X's to decide the result and then third place only 5 points behind them.. Also with the Senior Mens Recurve only 3 points between first and second, the Masters Mens Compound where there was only 3 points between second and third and in the Masters Mens Barebow where there was only 16 points between first and third. Another highlight was the amazing score posted by Barbara Scott.
Note that we decided to continue with Youth A and Youth B divisions this year (used to be just 1 Youth division) Youth A - Cadet and junior, Youth B- Intermediate Cub and Kiwi. We are reviewing this for next year and considering having shorter distances for Youth B. Any feedback on this will be gratefully received.
Download the 2020 Results here
Download the 2019 Results here
See the download list