Committee 2014


For posterity, here is the management committee of 2014: Managment Committee President: Ruairi O’Sullivan Secretary: Peter Walsh Treasurer: Stephen Kestell Children’s Officer: Hubert Keenaghan Public Relations Officer: Matthias John Committee Designated person: Ed Hick Competition Coordinator: Shay Fitzsimons Health & Safety Officer, Line Manager: Frank Doyle Coaching Coordianator: Rohan O’Dúill Social Officers: Anne Robinson, Tammy […]

Beyond Beginning


Finished your Entry to Archery Course? Where to go from here…. Join a Club To shoot in the club after your course you must join Archery Ireland, the national governing body for archery in Ireland. The association covers insurance and affiliation with FITA which is the world governing body in archery. Please see the Club […]

Getting Started in Archery


Getting started in Archery with Wicklow Archers is an easy, fun and hopefully not too expensive process! Attending a Course The first thing to do is to attend a 6-week Entry to Archery course. We run these regularly and you can find more information here: Courses. The course is run on a Monday or night […]

Club Constitution


1. Name The Club will be called Wicklow Archers and will be affiliated to Archery Ireland 2. Main Objective The main objective for which the club is established is for the promotion of the sport of Archery. 3. Subsidiary Objectives In furtherance, exclusively of the foregoing main object, the club shall have the following subsidiary […]



Here you can find all of the relevant documents and forms for the Wicklow Archers. Membership Forms For 2019, you only need to fill in the Archer Ireland forms for both Club membership and Archery Ireland membership. The Archery Ireland forms include Gardai Vetting forms which you only need to supply every three years. These […]

History of the Club


Wicklow Archers began life as two separate clubs: Woodbrook Archery Club, which was formed in 2001 in St. Brendas college, Bray; and Garden County Archery Club, which was formed in Wicklow town in 2006. After a number of years Woodbrook outgrew the sports hall in St. Brendans and moved to shoot in the sports hall in […]

How the Club Runs


How Wicklow Archers Club Works Wicklow archery club is entirely run by voluntary staff. We have 11 qualified level-1 coaches in the club. Most coaches work on the beginners courses, while the more experienced coaches run the advanced courses and coach the Junior and B squads. We currently have 8 archers on the Irish National […]

Committee Structure and Procedures


Notice of changes Visual representation of the committee structure Management Committee President Childrens Officer Secretary Treasurer Comp Co-ordinator PRO committee Designated Person Safety Officer Vetting Officer Membership Secretary Equipment Officer Coaching Co-ordinator Social Officer Sub Committees Assistant Tresurer Club Judge Beginners Coaches FITA Awards Co-ord Squad Coaches Compound Coach Convening and Participation The Management committee […]

Code of Conduct for Juniors, Cadets and their Parents


Wicklow Archers Code of Conduct for Juniors & Cadets Wicklow Archers is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all its members. The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club should, at all times, show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of […]

Archery Ireland Code of Conduct


Irish Amateur Archery Association Ltd Code of Ethics & Good Practice for Children’s Sport Cumann Boghdóireacht Amaitéireach na hÉireann Teo Table of contents Policy Statement Core Values in Young People’s Sport (this page) Integrity in Relationships Fair Play Quality, Atmosphere and Ethos Equality Competition Guidelines for Young Archers Guidelines for Parents Guidelines for Coaches, Selectors […]