Our First Field Shoot with Guests on 27th December 2015

After much hemming and hawing, we organised our first field shoot with invited guests from the Sembawang Archery Club. Red Dragon was our key planner for this event and put in many hours working out the format and layout. It was a nice way to round off our 2015 archery calendar plus engage in some year end camaraderie and gluttony over delicious pot luck contributions by Eagles and TBAC members.

Liu Ming, Kat, Decrepit and Red Dragon hard at work setting up
Liu Ming, Kat, Decrepit and Red Dragon hard at work setting up
Oi! Everybody chip in!
Oi! Everybody chip in!
What a nice lot of targets.... only at the TBAC!
What a nice lot of targets…. only at the TBAC!
Let's not get CONFUSES over the RULES!
Let’s not get CONFUSED over the RULES!
_DSC7527
Get familiar with your targets!

 

 

Ready! All are equal at the shooting line!
Ready! All are equal at the shooting line!
Ouch! These are serious archers.
Ouch! These are serious archers.
Are sure that is not a cut liner?
Are you sure that is not a cut liner?
I am shooting a compound bow today BUT I REALLY WANT TO BE BAREBOW ARCHER!
I am shooting a compound bow today BUT I REALLY WANT TO BE BAREBOW ARCHER!
Breaktime.... "Did you see my good miss?!"
Breaktime…. “Did you see my good miss?!”
Uncle Rhino Chew regaling his captive audience
Uncle Rhino Chew regaling his captive audience
The real main event... glorious home cooked contributions
The real main event… glorious home cooked contributions
You can imagine the smell and taste of the goodness.
You can imagine the smell and taste of the goodness.
Happy Archers
Happy Archers! A great close to 2015 and making new friends too!
Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s