Next IFAF Shoot

Wexford Archery 

Sunday 12th July

Wexford Archery are delighted to welcome everyone back to competition but wish to advise of some differences to the usual running of the shoot in light of Covid-19

Pre-registration and pre-payment is preferred, but not compulsory. Register HERE

The bank details are account name Wexford Archery, IBAN  ie79nrcu99211204442102 and BIC nrcuie21xxx

On-the-day registrations should, if possible, provide a pre-completed registration slip and the correct entry fee

The shoot will operate on a ‘rolling ‘ basis, groups will go out onto the course at 10-minute intervals

There will be no stop for lunch, bring food onto the course with you to snack on

Once the range has been shot, drop scorecards back to admin and leave the venue as soon as reasonably possible

There will be no prize-giving post-shoot, results will be submitted to IFAF for publication on the website

Registration:  From 9:00-9:30am for a 10am start.
Fees:   10 Adults,  5 Juniors/cubs

Venue:   Woodville House New Ross, Co. Wexford.

Facilities: NO TEA OR COFFEE PROVIDED. WC on site.

Directions:  At the Junction of the N30/R700. Just beside the Mannions Pub on the road to Enniscorthy from New Ross. There are two large pillars at the entrance into the woods.

Any queries please contact Eddie 0862334151

Google map link    –    GPS Co-ordinates  N52.417181 W-6.930971


 Open Shoot but Please bring your membership card

Link to IFAF Shoot Calendar

Members of the following organisations are eligible to compete at an IFAF shoot, as a guest:

1) All organisations affiliated to the International Field Archery Association (IFAA)
2) All organisations affiliated to World Archery
3) ITFAS – Irish Traditional Field Archery Society
4) SIFA – Society of Irish Field Archers
5) NFAS – National Field Archery Society
REMEMBER: Members of the following organisations are eligible to compete at this event as guests.  They must, however, bring evidence of their membership (e.g. current membership card).  They should also note that they are NOT covered under IFAF’s personal accident insurance and must have such insurance either through their own association or personally.