As always we have to thank the countless number of people that helped us get through the mountain of work required
to make the event the great success that it was.
Big congratulations to everyone who took part in the last intervarsity competition of the season.
It was a lot of fun and we can't wait to host again next year.
The last weekend in March saw us hosting the big finale to a fantstic season.
We had some great results in the overall league;
Roisín Mooney - 1st place Women’s Advanced Recurve
Tom Dillane - 1st place Men’s Intermediate Recurve
Michael Higgins - 2nd place Men’s Beginner Barebow
Niamh Meyler - 2nd place Women’s Advanced Barebow
Killian Hanniffy - 1st place Men’s Beginner Barebow
Adam Fahey - 2nd place Men’s Compound
Shannon Russel-Cowen - 2nd place Women’s Compound
Recurve Team - 2ndplace
Barebow Team - 1stplace
Compound Team - 2ndplace
Mixed Team - 1stplace
The weekend that every student archer looks forward to; National Student Indoor Championships
As always the guys over at UCC Archery organised a perfect shoot even with the change in venue.
Saturday saw the club putting itself in a great position for Sundays Head-to-Heads.
Some PBs up and down the line including Captain Josh shows us that all of our hard work is paying off.
On Sunday came the much anticipated Head-to-Heads.
After some tense matches and a lot of one arrow shoot-offs, NUIG clubs up on the podium spots.
With Roisin Mooney, Ciara Douglas and Michael Higgins all taking gold, Shannon Russel-Cowen and Niamh Meyler
taking silver and Josh Coughlan and Adam Fahey taking bronze in their respective categories, it's clear that
we had a good day at the office.
After the individual head-to-heads, the focus moved onto the team events.
After some tense matches all three NUIG teams; Recurve, Barebow and Compound all took home silver medals.
Some work to be done but to come home as the college with the most medals is certainly a great feeling.
Massive thanks to UCC Archery for hosting another brilliant weekend and we look forward to next year.
Another strong performance from all here as we begin to close out the season.
Newbies crush it once again. Massive shout out to Training Officer Michael Higgins for all his hard work.
A tougher day out for some of our more experienced members but our newbies stepped up to show us how it's done.
Big congratulations to Lukas Moeller and Leonie Braun for both passing the score threshold into advanced.
A special nod to Matthew Lyons for competing in his first intervarsity and finishing in 10th.
Another great day for Róisín Mooney as she hit another P.B. and becomes the second person this year to earn the
coveted Gold Pin!
A full list of the days results can be found here
Points! Points! Points! We're sitting pretty in first place in the league
and we're starting to pull away!
Another great day overall for the Club, as we had seven more personal bests, plenty of league points and four more Gold,
six Silver and four Bronze! A full list of the days results can be found
Even more newbies joined us on this trip, so congratulations to Gina Canty, Leonie Braun and Lukas Möller for taking
part in their first competition, and a special well done to Killian Hanniffy for placing third in his section in his
second ever competition!
After this second IV, we're still sitting in first place in the league.
What a start to the season! A long drive to Carlow at 5am couldn't deter us in the first IV of the year,
and we came home with 5 Gold Medals, 7 Silver and 1 Bronze! A full list of the days results can be found
A fantastic day for the club as 8 of us set new Personal Bests. Big shoutout to Coach Joe Gill for getting us here!
A special congrats to our newbie Killian Hanniffy for taking part in his first competition and killing it,
watch this space people.
At the end of the first IV of the year, we storm into first place in the league, and we plan to be there after the last.
Click here to see the up-to-date league standings.