Our head coach, Sean, has over 17 years’ experience of archery.
Sean is an Archery GB County Coach, Archery GB judge and mentor for the Archery GB Young Ambassador’s programme. He is also the Norfolk Archery Team Manager.
He primarily shoots a compound bow, but also competes with a recurve bow and has even been known to shoot longbow.
He loves all things related to all forms of archery and is also a KATTA (UK Knife, Axe and Tomahawk Throwing Association) trained instructor.
Frank is an Archery GB Level 2 Coach and he shoots a compound bow in competitions.
He used to play American football and when you meet him you will have no difficulty imagining him on the American football field.
Affectionately referred to as our gentle giant, Frank loves nothing more than to encourage new archers of all ages.
Den is an Archery GB Level 1 Coach and he is a volunteer coach.
He is also our Child Protection Officer.
He shoots a compound bow and competes for the British Police Archery Association as well as for Grey Goose Archers.
He is also a KATTA (UK Knife, Axe and Tomahawk Throwing Association) trained instructor.
Jenna is an Archery GB Level 1 coach and is one of our Archery GB Young Ambassadors.
She shoots a recurve bow in competitions and has been Norfolk County Champion.
She is currently at University studying Sport and Exercise Science.
She brings her enthusiasm and her sports science skills to coaching groups of all ages when she coaches during University holidays.
Thomas has been surrounded by archery all his life. From starting archery at the age of four, he moved on to shooting a compound bow and became Cambridgeshire County Champion. However, more recently he has moved to shooting longbow.
Thomas is also one of our Archery GB Young Ambassadors as well as a KATTA (UK Knife, Axe and Tomahawk Throwing Association) trained instructor.
He is currently busy studying for his A-Levels and spends much of his free time bouldering, scuba diving or training his bird of prey. However, during holidays he can be seen helping coach groups.