Unfortunately with yesterday's increased crackdowns on registered clubs Erina Leagues Club has had to close. As part of this the Archery field is closed for practice as well as competition. I would presume that there is a possibility of the police keeping an eye on gatherings in such places, so please keep away until we notify you that access to the field has been restored.
NOTE: $5 per week shoot fees still required to cover target butt wear and insurance. This can be paid by direct deposit per email sent to members
The COVID-19 situation is fast moving and the Committee is monitoring this very carefully.
Our membership demographic is particularly vulnerable to this virus and we need to take that into account.
The NSW Government has just announced that all non-essential services are to close.
While some would like to think Archery is an essential service, it is not.
The Leagues club would also likely close with these new NSW Government measures.
We cannot operate without toilets. It should also be noted that shared toilets are the likely places where the virus will spread.
While we will definitely close the field if the League Club closes, we believe that it would be prudent to close the field effective immediately for all organised club events.
That would include Saturday calendar shoots, Interclub events, and any beginner classes.
The field closure will be reviewed at the end of April based on the situation at that time
The field will remain open for practice only at this time, but with restrictions of only 1 archer per target. This will be policed by members themselves. This may also be reviewed if the situation changes.
Under no circumstances should any member come to the field if they are not feeling well, even for practice.
Committee Erina Archery Club
Just a reminder that the shoots during the month of February constitute the Yeadon Memorial shoot. In order to be in award contention you must complete all
four shoots and shoot in your own or higher class for all of the shoots.
Unfortunately due to the fires affecting his property, Mark Sim has had to give up his role as DOS. Best wishes to Mark.
Unfortunately Erina Leagues club has informed us that they will be using the field for a Christmas event on the 21st so a shoot won't be possible.
On the positive side it will mean that strong people will be available to help with the new kitchen container if we are unable to get things sorted on
Sunday the 15th. So far we have only had 2 volunteers, come on team we really need some strong people to help out. If you have metal cutting and welding
skills, even better.
I have added a link to a PDF version of next years tournament calendar under the results & Calendar menu.
The next shoot is down as a Novelty shoot but as we are going to have one on December 21 we are changing the November 30 shoot to be an indoor followed by a match play.
Hi everyone. This year's Christmas party and Presentation night will be on December 14 at Erina Leagues club. 18:30 for a 19:00 start.
Cost will be $30 per head for adults (subsidised by EAC) and $10.50 for children. You are welcome to bring along non-EAC members.
There is a registration form at our club that you will need to register your details and that of any non-EAC members joining you.
Payment can be made to Nisaba, our treasurer when you register or you can pay by direct bank deposit to our EAC account, using your surname with the word Xmas;
Name: Erina Archery Club Inc.
Branch: Erina NSW
Acct number: 00914336
Note: Payment needs to be made at least by the 14th of December so that we can give numbers to the club. If you are unable to attend on the night after paying we are unable to give a refund as we will have paid for food for you.
Due to the difficult nature of setting up the field for rounds shot in yards it is absolutely necessary that members register for this event or risk being disappointed if they show up on the day and are unable to shoot at their preferred distance. The registration form is always available above the sign on book at the club.
At the GM yesterday members voted to move the time for the first scoring arrow to 09:30 during the daylight savings period. This means members will have to arrive at the range early enough to assist with field set up so that the 2 practice ends can start by 09:15.