Welcome to our regular January-February home school classes members.
We hope you enjoy your annual set of lessons with Larry on Friday afternoons!
Meeting the needs of bowhunters and target archers since 1983
Pour assistez les chasseurs à l’arc et les archers depuis 1983
Celebrating 35 years in business with:
- Everyday discount prices
- Knowledgeable sales and service
- Staff with more than 70 years experience in the sport
South Nation Archery is a pro shop, specialising in archery ONLY; we are not a general sporting goods store.
We offer a personalised in-store experience, the kind of knowledge and service you do not find at a box store. We are here to help you shoot better and that can happen only with in-person service from people in the know.
South Nation Archery continues to train new and advanced archers. We coach bowhunters as well as
recreational archers, local, provincial, state and national Champions,
World Regional Champions, World Champions and Paralympians.
Come join our classes, leagues, tournaments and events!
WEEKDAYS 1:00 pm till 9:00 pm (closed Tuesdays)
SATURDAYS 9:00 am till 4:00 pm (closed Sundays)
FAMILY DAY 2018 The Retail Counter will be closed. The Lanes will be open for OAA 10-ring championship participants ONLY from 5pm – 9pm.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, debit cards/Interact, cash and cheques.
We do not accept post-dated cheques.
We had some really good shooting and more PBs at Sunday, February 11th’s World Archery-sanctioned 18m tournament. Two people, Alexandra Paquette and Ryan Luckovitch, were shooting their first tournaments with their new bows – well done! Hannah Rousseau proved that she is getting stronger with each outing. We had strong performances from Jeremy Wakefield and Jordan Eastman, Jason Larmour and Nolan Eakins.
Congratulations to all our competitors! Use this link for the full results:
Our next big event is the OAA provincial 10-ring championship on February 19, 21, 22 and 25. There are spots still available on week nights ONLY. Please contact Larry or Kathy to book a spot! 🙂
South Nation Archery Club is planning to host World Archery-sanctioned 18-meter tournaments on the following dates. Please note that SNAC will confirm these dates once they have been accepted by Archery Canada. More details on pre-registration and costs will be published in November. Scores from these events may be used for house leagues and mailmatches.
All tournament dates are on Sundays.
December 10, January 14, and February 11
OAA IFAA Indoor provincial championship: January 28
OAA 10-ring Indoor provincial championship WEEK: February 19, 21, 22 and 25 World Archery-sanctioned – spaces are still available for pre-registration! (as of February 12th)
National Indoor Regional Championship: March 04 World Archery-sanctioned
MICA individual & team event: March 25 World Archery-sanctioned
Use this link to see our club members’ results for Archery Canada mailmatches (compound uses outer 10 ring).
If you want to see the national results, use the national website.
Due to the differences in rounds for compound archers between Ontario mail match rounds and the national AC300 round, this is a special post for OAA-only mail match results for our participants. Archery Canada mail match results will be posted elsewhere in the coming days. Use this link for our club results and the OAA website for all-Ontario provincial results.
Please use the following link for our site’s results. This annual event is shot province-wide during the last week of January. This is a 60-arrow round scored X-5-4-3-2-1 on a blue-and-white NFAA target face. Therefore, instead of 600 being the perfect score, it is 300 with 60X. In the attachment, on sheet number 1, you will find the results for those OAA-Archery Canada members who shot; sheet 3 has those scores, plus our guests.
A special shoot-out to Jeremy Wakefield, Nolan Eakins and Hannah Rousseau in the compound division, who shot PBs on this round. There were strong performances also from Ryan Luckovitch, Jason Larmour and Connie Siedule.
Top recurve score was shot by Jordan Eastman 292-29X!
Finally, top score overall and an unofficial provincial compound cadet women’s record goes to Alexandra Paquette who shot really great, disciplined form, with 300-55X!! Felicitations!!!
Our next tournament is on Sunday, February 11th.
Due to the increase in costs to SNAC, both OAA indoor championship registration fees will be higher.
Sunday, January 28 – IFAA 5-ring championship:
Adults $30; 17 years of age and under $20
February OAA 10-ring championship week:
Adults $30; 17 years of age and under $20
National championship and regular WA18m tournament fees will remain the same as posted elsewhere on our site.
Even with all the snow and really cold weather, we had a very good turn-out for Sunday’s 3 lines. Unfortunately, Jordan Sequillion was ill and Jordan Eastman’s meetings in London, ON went too long, but they were the only people missing.
There were some very good performances, particularly from Hannah Rousseau and Brandon Luckovitch.
The results are posted on the Archery Canada website, or use this link below:
Our next WA18M tournament is on Sunday, February 11.
Our next tournament is the OAA IFAA 5-arrow indoor provincial championships. Only a few spots remain, so if you wish to shoot this tournament, please contact Kathy or Larry ASAP.
Due to the uncertain weather in the Ottawa Valley, we will delay the start of our Friday night beginner lessons for Session #2 until January 19th. The session will remain 6-weeks long since we have a one-week buffer in between sessions #2 and #3.
We will attempt to contact everyone by telephone/e-mail this afternoon.
We are postponing the class in the hope that it will encourage people to stay off the roads this evening.
We look forward to seeing everyone next week at their appointed times in order to start week #1. Remember to bring indoor shoes to wear! Thank you.