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Judging
Has   the   notion   of   becoming   an AGB   Judge   ever   crossed   your   mind?   Maybe on   one   of   those   days   when   hitting   the   broad   side   of   a   barn   seems   an impossible   task   or   when   the   wet   and   windy   weather   we   experience   so infrequently in this country has lost its innate charm?
 
You   might   think   that   it’s   boring   just   watching   other   people   shoot,   or   that being   a   judge   means   sitting   under   an   umbrella   or   walking   up   and   down   a field,   but   this   is   far   from   reality,   you   just   have   to   much   to   do   and   think   about, especially on FITA rounds.
 
You   possibly   believe   that   as   a   judge   you   get   a   lot   of   hassle   from   the archers,   and   while   there   are   a   few   out   there   who   do   enjoy   judge   baiting,   the vast majority of archers are both friendly and easy going.
 
On   the   plus   side   you   can   enjoy   the   day   and   the   company,   without   the   stress of   trying   to   better   your   last   score,   you   also   usually   get   fed   and   watered   by the   tournament   organiser,   and   invariably   at   the   prize   giving   you   get   a   bottle of something alcoholic as a thank you for officiating.
You   are   also   entitled   to   claim   your   travelling   expenses,   but   possibly   the major   advantage   of   being   a   judge   is   that   your   chances   of   winning   in   the raffle   will   improve   exponentially,   just   think   how   at   every   shoot   you   go   to doesn’t a judge invariably win something in the raffle??
 
You   start   your   judging   career   as   a   Candidate   Judge   and   after   a   minimum period   of   one   year   and   at   least   12   judging   day’s   experience   you   can   apply to   be   assessed   to   become   a   County   Judge,   from   there   the   speed   at   which you   can   progress   to   Regional   and   then   National   is   down   to   you.   All   you have   to   do   is   gain   the   number   of   days   experience   required   and   then   apply for and pass the assessments.
National   is   the   highest   grade   you   can   attain   under AGB,   but   if   you   meet   the criteria   and   have   the   desire   you   can   progress   further   under   World   Archery Europe   and   World   Archery,   becoming   first   a   Continental   Judge,   then   a Candidate International Judge and finally an International Judge.
 
For information regarding all aspects of judging please refer to
 
The National Judging Scheme
 
AGB document
Cheshire Archery Association
Judging
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Has   the   notion   of   becoming   an AGB   Judge   ever   crossed   your   mind?   Maybe on   one   of   those   days   when   hitting   the   broad   side   of   a   barn   seems   an impossible   task   or   when   the   wet   and   windy   weather   we   experience   so infrequently in this country has lost its innate charm?
 
You   might   think   that   it’s   boring   just   watching   other   people   shoot,   or   that being   a   judge   means   sitting   under   an   umbrella   or   walking   up   and   down   a field,   but   this   is   far   from   reality,   you   just   have   to   much   to   do   and   think   about, especially on FITA rounds.
 
You   possibly   believe   that   as   a   judge   you   get   a   lot   of   hassle   from   the archers,   and   while   there   are   a   few   out   there   who   do   enjoy   judge   baiting,   the vast majority of archers are both friendly and easy going.
 
On   the   plus   side   you   can   enjoy   the   day   and   the   company,   without   the   stress of   trying   to   better   your   last   score,   you   also   usually   get   fed   and   watered   by the   tournament   organiser,   and   invariably   at   the   prize   giving   you   get   a   bottle of something alcoholic as a thank you for officiating.
You   are   also   entitled   to   claim   your   travelling   expenses,   but   possibly   the major   advantage   of   being   a   judge   is   that   your   chances   of   winning   in   the raffle   will   improve   exponentially,   just   think   how   at   every   shoot   you   go   to doesn’t a judge invariably win something in the raffle??
 
You   start   your   judging   career   as   a   Candidate   Judge   and   after   a   minimum period   of   one   year   and   at   least   12   judging   day’s   experience   you   can   apply to   be   assessed   to   become   a   County   Judge,   from   there   the   speed   at   which you   can   progress   to   Regional   and   then   National   is   down   to   you.   All   you have   to   do   is   gain   the   number   of   days   experience   required   and   then   apply for and pass the assessments.
National   is   the   highest   grade   you   can   attain   under AGB,   but   if   you   meet   the criteria   and   have   the   desire   you   can   progress   further   under   World   Archery Europe   and   World   Archery,   becoming   first   a   Continental   Judge,   then   a Candidate International Judge and finally an International Judge.
 
For information regarding all aspects of judging please refer to
 
The National Judging Scheme
 
AGB document
Cheshire Archery Association
Judging
Home About County Matches Calendar Records Contact FInd a Club Coaching Clout Field	 Judging Juniors Meetings CAA Tournaments Junior Indoor County Indoor Cheshire Weekend WA/Metric Clout Clout Championships Junior Outdoor Field Championships
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Judging
© Cheshire Archery Association 2018 
Email: CAA Webmaster (John Lewis)