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ARCHERY: Folkard first.

Naomi Folkard, Britain's No.1 target archer, scored an excellent 424 to win the recurve ladies event at the County and Open Field Championships held at Hanbury. This put her well ahead of mother Kathy, also from the Royal Leamington Society, who was runner-up with 351.

Adrian Kinzett (Meriden) headed the men's field with 408, closely followed by Tony Wager (Leamington) 398 and James Folkard (Leamington and Dunlop) 383.

The compound bow events were won by Janette Ross (Meriden) and Dave Hicken (Meriden)
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 30, 2002
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