Reign Bowstrings announced as National Tour Sponsor

February 24th 2022
Sophie Meering

Archery GB is proud to announce Reign Bowstrings as a sponsor for the 2022 National Tour.

Reign Bowstrings is officially a sponsor of the 2022 National Tour! Reign Bowstrings also sponsors other national events, such as the Youth Festival.

Simon Scott, owner of Reign Bowstrings, said, “We have proudly sponsored the Archery GB Youth Festival for the past six years. We are delighted to extend our sponsorship to the Archery GB National Tour.

This Tour allows archers from all over the UK to compete at National level. And we are honoured to play a part in it.

For the 2022 Tour, we will be offering an open contingency programe. This is for compund and recurve stage winners (barebows subject to entries) and National Tour Finals medalists for any archer enjoying their sucess with our strings. Details and amounts will be published shortly.”



Jon Nott, Archery GB’s Events Manager, commented, “It’s fabulous that a UK company is sponsoring our prestigeous National Tour. It is great to welcome new sponsors to the National Tour events. We are looking forward to a full season of competitions.”

National Tour 2022 Dates

Competition Name Date Venue Entry open
Bucks and Bounty April 30 – May 1 Lilleshall January 27
National Tour Scotland May 21 -22 Brechin Castle Equestrian Show field February 27
National Tour Barnsley June 18 -19 Shaw Lane RFC March 17
British Target Championships June 25-26 Lilleshall March 3
Surrey Archery Weekend July 9-10 Tolworth, Surrey March 24
National Tour Evesham August 6 -7 Badsey Cricket Club April 7
National Tour Finals 16-17 September Wollaton Hall Entry through qualification.


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