Yokine Archery Club Inc.
Thank you to Darcy Rowe for the club photos
OUTSTANDING JUNIOR ACHIEVERS FROM YOKINE ARCHERY CLUB
CALLUM INGLEY started archery when he was 13. He won the Silver Medal at the WA Cup Finals in 2009, competed internationally at the Asian Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur in February 2010 and won the Mens Open Gold Medal at the 2010 WA State Championships. Callum was selected in both the Junior and Senior WA State teams for 2010 and the Australian Team for the Trans Tasman competition where he won the Male Recurve Matchplay and Mixed Team events.
ALICE INGLEY started archery when she was 12. In July 2008 (at age 15) she was offered a residential scholarship in archery at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. In January 2009 she won the Bronze Medal in the Female Individual, Gold Medal in the Female Team and Silver in the Mixed Team at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival and in April 2009 she won the Silver Medal at the Australian National Open Championships in Adelaide. Alice has competed internationally at the 2009 World Cup in Antalya, Turkey and the 2009 Junior Championships in Ogden, Utah USA where she secured the female position for Australia at the Junior Olympics in 2010 coming 5th in the Mixed Team event and 9th in Female Individual. She qualified for Commonwealth Games selection and trained in the squad of 5.
NICHOLAS ROWE has represented WA in the State team at the Youth National Championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
TOMAS WRAY started archery in 2009. He joined the WA State team for the 2011 National Youth Archery Championships (Morwell, Vic), and again for the 2012 Championships (Armidale, NSW) where he came overall third. Tom gained selection to the Australian youth team for the 2012 (April) Trans-Tasman championships (Rotorua, NZ) where he gained two bronze medals, and he also qualified for the World Field archery championships in val d'Isere, France in August 2012. In 2013, he won the Open male Gold medal in the New Zealand Championships event in Whitianga, New Zealand.
Courtney Cowling started archery late, at age 18, and is one of only a few Compound archers at Yokine. Through hard work and training, Courtney was selected only one year later for both the State Junior and Senior teams in 2012 to compete where she won 2 Bronze Medals at Junior Nationals. She then went on to compete at the 2013 Junior Nationals securing 3 Silver medals and selection for the 2013 World Youth Championships in China.
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