ARCH - Royal Rounds
wilim.penbras at pandora.org
Wed Apr 4 07:56:01 PDT 2001
There I go go quoting Corpora and Kingdom law when I can quote the rules listed on the RR site.
For an official average in a division an archer must have at least one recorded score from an event sposored by a branch other than their local group
Okay, it's not sponsered by Middleford but what is the the branch that's 'sposering' <G> it.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Dewart, Charles R. --G3 Contractor (Anteon Corp)"
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 06:42:34 -0500
>Greetings and Hi There,
>I have two questions. These are questions and not shots.
>1). Middleford has it's archery practices on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
>Sundays plus other days as scheduled. They do it at the archery Range at
>the Rod and Gun Club on Main Post on Fort Hood. Darcy and I, not in
>conjunction with Middleford, hold periodic shoots out at Camp Finlyason on
>West Fort Hood. The terrain of the two ranges is *totally* different.
>Here's my question, which I didn't think of till just now, can we count the
>Camp Finlayson shoots as away shoots? They aren't being sponsored by the
>local group and the ground is different. However, there isn't much *travel*
>involved. Your call either way, just wondering.
>2). How many scores equal enough? Just curious. Not that we'd know how
>many you had. :)
>From: john moore [mailto:iaenmor at swbell.net]
>Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 9:07 PM
>To: ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org
>Subject: ARCH - Royal Rounds
>First of all let me say things are finally heating up. Now that Gulf Wars
>is done and over with for another year there is time to shoot. It seems
>that now everybody wants to now how they are doing the day they submit
>scores. Some people seem to feel that the Royal Round averages should be
>updated whenever scores have been submitted. To answer that comment I will
>say this, if I have enough bloody scores then I will update the list. For
>general information to everybody on this list the Royal Round list will be
>updated at least quarterly, or sooner if enough scores come in to warrant
>it. Eadric and myself have spent more hours trying to get this set up and
>working than I feel like counting and half the time all I hear is b****ing.
>Now if anyone thinks they can do a better job running this please let us
>know and you can have it, if not then do me and a bunch of other people a
>favor and shut up.
>Now that I have got that off my chest, If anyone still has scores to submit
>this week please do so by Friday. I will update the database this weekend.
>Gilli or Robert please resubmit the last set of scores through ansteorran
>web site, they did not come through.
>Just so everybody is on the same track here I will restate some things from
>earlier posting this year
>1. This is a new year, a new database, a new start. All the scores from
>last year are sitting on a disk in my files. Starting this year all scores
>submitted WILL carryover to the next year.
>2. All scores must be submitted within 30 days through the Ansteorran web
>site unless you are having a problem with your server,computer or do not
>have a computer. If this is the case please e-mail with the problem as soon
>as possible and I will help you any way I can.
>3. To achieve a average you must have at least one shoot that is done at an
>event or practice that is not sponsored by your local group. All scores
>must be submitted by the marshal in charge of that event or practice. If
>you have questions about whether or not those scores have been submitted
>contact that marshal first and then myself if your are having problems
>getting a answer.
>4. Finally, once again the Royal Round scores will be updated quarterly or
>sooner if enough scores have been submitted.
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