Interkingdom Archery Competitions: Final Score, A.S. XXX

Lorenzo's scores for previous years may be found at

My scores for previous years may be found here: A. S. XXXXV (2010 AD), A. S. XXXXII, A. S. XXXXI, A. S. XXXX (2005 AD), A. S. XXXVIIII, A. S. XXXVIII, A. S. XXXVII, A. S. XXXVI, A. S. XXXV (2000 AD), A. S. XXXIIII, A. S. XXXIII, A. S. XXXII, A. S. XXXI, A. S. XXX (1995 AD).

The final standings for 1995 are:

TIE(#): The tie is due to a question of the interpertation of the Period division rules regarding: if period style crossbows were allowed to complete in the Period divison. Since the Period division rules, as I wrote them, did not state that period crossbows could NOT compete in the Period division. And the rules for defining period style crossbows were included in the Period rules rather than under the crossbow division rules. The Period crossbow scores from the East that were entered in the Period division, instead of the crossbow division, will be counted. However, I have declared first place to be tie between the Middle and the East. Next year the rules will be changed to clearly state that peiod crossbows may only shoot in the crossbow division. I would like to receive opinions on dividing the crossbow division into modern and period sections and how to better define period style crossbows.

I would like to thank all the archers that shot in the competitions and my special thanks to those that took the effort and time to set up and run the competitions and send in the scores.

The overall standings for this year are:

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