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Alongside the ArcheryGB fund to help clubs recover/restart archery, the CAA are pleased to announce match funding for clubs who apply for the AGB grant.

CAA Chairman, Philip Watson, said "The county recognises that times are tough for everyone and particularly for clubs with limited funds. We want to get as many clubs back up and running as possible so some financial support for PPE, helping to organise socially distanced beginners courses or help with the costs of alternative venues might just help tip the balance."

Clubs who are successful with an AGB grant will get match funding from the CAA up to £150. If unsuccessful. with AGB, Cambridgeshire clubs can still apply for a grant of up to £150.

Details and submission form below.

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In light of the guidance from HM Gov. and Archery GB, the organising team have decided to postpone the SCAS Coaching Conference scheduled for Saturday 21st of March until a later date.

The organisers said. "Thanks for your patience and understanding regarding this and we hope to have a new and brighter conference in September."

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Fenland Archers have the following announcement...

"Our venue, Sir Harry Smith, Whittlesey have given notice that they are closing the school from midnight tonight, there our competition planned for this Saturday 21st March has been cancelled. 
A note will be put on our website and Dave Slack our Tournament Officer will be contacting competitors."

"We will be rescheduling the competition as soon as we are allowed, but in the meantime anyone wanting a refund should write to"

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In light of the updated guidance from the Government, SCAS have decided to postpone the scheduled 4th of April AGM until the September Council meeting.

Further details will be available in due course.

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CAA Future Champion??
Elsie, proudly showing off the medals and trophy won by her dad, Martin Sullivan at the CAA Indoor Championships. Showing it's never too early to dream of success!
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