The Leicestershire and Rutland County Archery Association (L&RCAA) was formed in May 1950 and is run by volunteers from different archery clubs within the county. The County committee meets once a month (except December) at the Kirby Muxloe Sports Club.

If you are a club within Leicestershire and Rutland, you are entitled to appoint a representative to come along to the meetings and report back to your club.

We extend a very warm welcome to any archer within the county and we are anxious to dispel any fears you may have about coming to the meetings. It is a good opportunity to meet socially with your fellow archers and to hear how county business is conducted.


Presentation and Social evening

The L&RCAA Presentation and Social Evening will be held on Wednesday 16th January 2019 at Kirby Muxloe Sports and Social CLub, please see This Poster for more details.

County Secretary and Affiliation Fees

Jayne Curnock is the new L&RCAA County Secretary, all affiliation paperwork and monies should now be sent to her, she can be contacted on secretary@lrcaa.org.  She would also like contact email addresses from club chairs, membership secretaries and club secretaries.  Any AGB direct members also need to pass on their contact details to Jayne.  Thank you.

Please see the following documents for details of Affiliation Fees:

Affiliation Fees Breakdown

Affiliation Fees Form

National Clout Championships

Well done to Catriona Charters on winning the Ladies Longbow title at the National Clout Championships. Catriona, of Hinckley Archers, retained the title she won in 2017 with a score of 137, 24 points ahead of her nearest rival.

Alan Tonge just missed out on the medals, finishing in 4th place in the Men’s Compound.

England selection

Congratulations to Anne Smith on her selection for England in the Home Nations international on December 2nd. The match is incorporated in the Indoor National Championships at Stoneleigh. She's one of two women recurve archers selected.

Junior Rep

The role of County Junior Rep is currently vacant. If you think you may be interested in taking on this position, or would like any more information, please contact Martin Matkin (juniors@lrcaa.org) or Carol Smith (records@lrcaa.org). Below is a description of the key responsibilities of the role.

  • To represent the interests of Junior archers at County meetings

  • Coordinate with the County Coaching Officer and encourage the training of junior archers

  • To Select the junior archery team with a member of the junior committee

  • Maintain and run a development pathway of events for county juniors to move towards the Junior Development squad (currently the junior shoots) 

  • Help identify potential archers to join the Junior Development Squad

  • Select county juniors for the EMAS development squad

  • Create a junior committee and support network for Junior activities and events