St George, Albion and Windsor archery rounds are all Archery GB rounds that are shot at yard/imperial distances. You need to shoot 3 different distances in these rounds and you only get 6 arrows of sighters (one end) at the longest distance.
The St George, Albion and Windsor archery rounds are shot on a full size 122cm target face and you score the rounds using 5 zone scoring. This means working with the coloured bands of the archery target. So 9 for gold, 7 for red, 5 for blue, 3 for black and 1 for white.
The total arrow count on the St George, Albion and Windsor archery rounds is 108 arrows and the maximum score you can get is 972.
Your arrow count is divided equally among the three distances so you shoot 36 arrows at the first longest distance, then 36 arrows at the second longest distance and finally 36 arrows at the shortest distance.
Here are the different St George, Albion and Windsor rounds you can shoot:
St George – 100 yards, 80 yards and 60 yards
Albion – 80 yards, 60 yards and 50 yards
Windsor – 60 yards, 50 yards and 40 yards
Windsor 50 – 50 yards, 40 yards and 30 yards
Windsor 40 – 40 yards, 30 yards and 20 yards
Windsor 30 – 30 yards, 20 yards and 10 yards
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