Bulls' eye for young archers

27 January 2019 | Sports

The south showed that is not afraid of competition, when Keet­manshoop Private School (KPS) hosted their 2nd archery competition there earlier this month, attracting young archers from across the country.

Even though archers had to compete in the wind and under the ­scorching sun, not to mention ­enduring the network problems – nowadays ­everything is electronic and nothing wanted to work as planned, archers gave it their best and enjoyed it and the day was a huge success.



Top shots – Bulls' eye

Junior boys: Nicholis Roux (Berg-op)

Junior girls: Lianie van Zyl (Danie Joubert)

Senior boys: Gerhard Koen (KPS)

Senior girls: Penny Campbell

Animal rounds

Junior boys: Hermann Schnitter (KPS)

Junior girls: Penny Campbell

Bulls' Eye & Animal

Junior boys: Nicholis Roux

Junior girls: Lianie van Zyl

Senior boys: Gerhard Koen

Senior girls: Penny Campbell

AAG Ladies: Christie Agenbach

AAG Men: Rudolph Koen

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