Northern Ireland Field Archery Association

Also within NIFAA Clubs we have 7 Archery Community Instructors 

Paige Heath.              Foyle Valley  A C

Linda McArthur            Larne  A C

Michael Fisher             Elite  Ac

Raymond Heron           Elite  A C

Billy Cairns                  Kilmore   A C

Barry Herbinson            Seven Towers  A C


Sean Brolly                   Foyle Valley AC

Click on the button below to go to the International Field Archery Association website

Inclusive

NIFAA First Aiders
Qualified to 16th November 2016


Sean Moore
David Uprichard
Kieran McShane
Robbie Atkinson
Seamus Agnew
Simon Stock
Wellesley McGown

Click on the button below to view or download a copy of the constitution of The Northern Ireland Field Archery Association

NIFAA  IFAA Coaching Instructors
Level 3

Wellesley McGown.

Level 2

Agnew Seamus        
Cummings Peter
Uprichard David
McShane Kieran
Moore Seán
Stock Simon
Heath George
Cairns John
O'Neill John


Level 1

Moison Philippe
Hamilton Peter
Callen Julie
Brown Robin
Stewart Arthur
Stockman Mark




Friendly

Competitive

Who: The Northern Ireland Field Archery Association (NIFAA) was born from the desire of many archers in Northern Ireland to shoot other disciplines besides FITA at every event. Established in May 2012 the NIFAA was granted Probationary Membership of the International Field Archery Association (IFAA), later to be ratified to full membership in November 2012.

What: Types of events.
NIFAA Indoor target events are shot at 20 yards at either a 5 spot target or a single 35cm face depending on your Bow style. Outdoor events vary from Field/Hunter Rounds (Roundel targets) to 2D (Animal faces) or 3D Targets depending on the event. Distances vary too, typically a shoot will have targets at anything between a few feet and 80 yards.
To ensure fair competition each style of archers is divided into ‘classes’ depending on their ability; A Class, B Class and C Class with A Class being the little bit better archers. By shooting events and recording their scores, archers can move up, or down in the Class system.


Why: Because it's fun!

Where & When:Click Here to go to our directory of clubs which are affiliated to NIFAA. In attending any of these you can be sure that you will receive instruction from coaches who have qualified through an internationally recognized body.