These awards are open to all archers shooting at a G.N.A.S. Record status York/Hereford Rose Tournament. Gentlemen must shoot the York round and Ladies the Hereford round. The awards are for achieving a score equal to or better than those laid down by G.N.A.S.
Outdoor Classification Badge Scheme
The Outdoor Classification Badge Scheme is based on a total of three qualifying scores is required for each badge.
Welsh Archery Association
Daffodil badges may be claimed by any archer for achieving the relevant score on the Imperial rounds: York (men only), Hereford (Ladies only), Bristols (Juniors only).
Indoor Classification Badge Scheme
The Indoor Classification scheme is similar in many respects to the existing Dragon Award, but is based on handicaps rather than on absolute scores. This means that it can be applied across all of the Indoor rounds that are recognised by Archery GB.
Dragon badges may be claimed by any archer for achieving the relevant score on the Portsmouth round only.
WAA Indoor Badge Scheme
The WAA Indoor Badge Scheme is run to indicate achievement. Any three recorded scores, on any of the indoor rounds at club practice days are required for classification.
St Kingsmark 252
The St Kingsmark 252 Improvement Award is designed to help you practise your shooting at different distances and recognise your achievements.