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  • Address: PO Box 21132, Here Weare St,
    Melbourne, Vivas 2355 Australia
  • Phone: 1-800-565-2390
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Our enthusiasm for Archery is unwavering. We all shoot as often as we can, be it indoors or out, rain or shine. In the cold of Winter, we shoot at Le Roqcuier School and Fort Regent. During the warmer months we shoot at Twin Oaks Field.


Expereienced Archers can be found throughout our members. We endeavour to better ourselves and each other. It's not just our qualified club coaches that teach and give pointers.


Simon S. Needham (an acknowledged archery expert) describes archery as 'The Art of Repetition'. The Archers of Jersey club is not just open to those starting out in the sport, but to those taking part in competitions at the highest levels.


The Beginning…

The club was founded by Ack Hairon and was originally called D’Hautree Archery Club, as the members of the club used to shoot at the school in Jersey called D’Hautree School.

When Ack died the Club still kept the old name until the early 1990′s when the shooting location was changed to Crabbé and the name was then changed to the Archers of Jersey.


The Archers of Jersey club has gone from strength to strength after only having 3 members for quite a few years.

In the winter of 2006 the club changed the shooting locations to the RJAH&S at Trinity, and started to promote itself. The club continued to grow its members and then moved to the Twin Oaks field (Radier Manor) at Grouville, and are now a club of over 70 members!

With many new faces joining the club and a great atmosphere, the Archers of Jersey has really taken off.

Our club members come from a wide range of backgrounds including personal trainers, web developers, states members, pharmasists and builders but no butchers, bakers or candle-stick makers.


Community Specialism

Community specialism clubs seek to explore ways to allow the local community easy access to the sport, consistently working towards providing opportunities for as many people as possible and is aware of the barriers that exist but seeks out solutions to overcome them.

Community specialist clubs will be seen as places where people can enjoy a high quality archery experience with excellent social, training and competition opportunities.


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