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Greetings Fellow Archers I am Sibéal inghean Alaxandair. I will be your faithful servant in maintaining your Current Rankings, along with the creator of this wonderful site, Sir Jonathas, who resides in the far Kingdom of Atlantia. Please let me know if:
  • You are a new archer in the West and your name is not on this list
  • Your name is listed with missing or misspelled information
  
How are archery ranks determined?
The rank for adults age 14 and over is determined by averaging the 3 highest Royal Round scores during the 12-month period from November 1   October 31. The rank for youth age 13 and under is based on averaging 2 highest scores. Your rank carries over from one year to the next. You earn a separate rank for each type of bow you use. Please refer to the West Kingdom Archery Range Rules for more information on bow types and equipment.
  
What`s a Royal Round?
A Royal Round is the same for all Kingdoms and consists of four groups of shafts or bolts. For adults age 14 and over, the distances and times are:
  • 6 shafts/bolts (no time limit) at 40 yards
  • 6 shafts/bolts (no time limit) at 30 yards
  • 6 shafts/bolts (no time limit) at 20 yards
  • a 30-second timed shoot at 20 yards    (as many shafts/bolts as you can shoot in the 30 seconds)
Please note that the distances and times for youth under the age of 14 are different.
  
What scores may be reported?
Shoot as many rounds as you want at a published event or practice. The event s scorekeeper will submit your single highest score for each day, for each type of bow you use, for each type of shoot. (Youth under age 14 may have two scores submitted on the same day).
The rankings are continuously updated within 48 hours of submission, and you can look at all of your scores, including those from prior competition years. If you see your average dropping, it is probably because your highest scores are more than 12 months old.
  
What shows up in the reports?
Since this is an interactive database, the reports are many and awesome. The complete lists show everyone kingdom wide or region-wide by bow type and adult or youth division. You can also look at every archer in a specific barony, shire, or canton.
By clicking on the number next to an archer`s name, a list of all shoots in the database for that archer appears. These can be sorted by date, shoot name, marshal, highest scores at the various distances, and total RR scores. In addition, there is a line that shows the archer`s potential highest score. You can retrieve scores older than a year...they are never lost, even though they are not included in the calculation of the current rankings.
  
How do Marshals submit scores?
Warranted Marshals authorized by me may submit scores directly to this page. If you are a marshal and want to use this site, email me. I will verify you are a marshal by looking at the Kingdom list, and authorize you to submit scores.
  
  
What is the 'Easy to Remember' address for this site?

http://scores-sca.org/west_archery

  
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