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Greetings my fellow Archers I am THL Brendan Hunterson, the Kingdom Archer General and Scorekeeper.   I will be your faithful servant in keeping this site up to date along with the creator of this wonderful site Sir Jonathas.   If you believe your score is incorrect please search your name and check all of the scores submitted and the dates, sometimes the scores you were counting on are now over 12 months old. 
Please also use the search and look for your name if you have not shot in the last 12 months. If you have shot Royal Rounds within the last year, please contact the Archery Marshal who was in charge and find out if they will submit the scores. They can submit the scores online, by e-mail or by regular "snail" mail.
If your name appears without the SCA Name, a Mundane Name, a Group, a Bow Type, or is spelled incorrectly, please let me know so I can make corrections. If you are an archer in Ealdormere, and your name is not on this list, please contact me at the e-mail address above.
How do I participate?
Go to an event that has target archery, and shoot in a Royal Round. Ask the Archery Marshal if they intend on reporting the results (see below). Local practices whose schedules are published in a group newsletter count as official.
What`s a Royal Round?
A Royal Round consists of four groups of shafts/bolts:
- 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)
For more information about archery in the Society, please look at the SCA Archery Homepage. For more information about the Kingdom of Ealdormere, please look at the Kingdom of Ealdormere Homepage, and the Ealdormere Archery Handbook
How are the standings calculated?
The database averages the three highest scores per bow type for each archer recorded in the last twelve months. The tables are continuously updated.
How to submit scores?
If you have scores to report, please either
1. Update them through the marshals page (if you are a marshal with score keeping authority)
2. Send them to THL Brendan Hunterson
3. Mail them to my address (published in the Tidings every month)
Please include information below if emailed or snail mailed:
- The name and date of the event the shoot was held at
- The name of the archery marshal overseeing the shoot and the marshal`s SCA number
- Each archer`s Society name, modern name, and Society group
- Each archer`s bow type (longbow, recurve, crossbow), scores at 40, 30, 20 yds, 20 yd timed round, and the total score in the Royal Round
Please note that several of the archers appear more then once, but with different bow types (Example: Earl Mika Longbow (Longbow, Crossbow, & Recurve).   The average score posted is from the three highest scores with the same weapon, no mixing of scores and weapon type.   Hence you must have three complete royal round scores with a crossbow to have a crossbow average and three complete royal round scores with a longbow to have a longbow average.   If you happen to borrow a crossbow to shoot a royal round score, you must have three complete scores to be ranked.
Any questions, comments, or corrections, please contact me.
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