About Cressy Bowmen

Established in 1965, Cressy Bowmen was originally based in Enfield, before moving to it's current home at Rundle Reserve in Salisbury South.

The club shoots weekly on Tuesdays at 9:30am, and Sundays at 9:30am and 1:00pm. Visitors from other clubs are always welcome. Several tournaments are also hosted throughout the year - check the calendar for the latest details.

Cressy Bowmen currently has a high rate of membership, and enjoys a friendly relaxed club atmosphere with a good side of social life.

The club was named for The Battle of Cressy. The Battle of Cressy was a major engagments in the Hundred Years' War in the year 1346 where British forces armed with longbows succecfully defeated a much larger French force. The battle is regarded as a major driving force in archery becoming common place amount western culture.

Cressy Bowmen is recognised as a STARCLUB by the Government of South Australia. This represents clubs which are well-run, where quality coaches and officials work alongside valued volunteers in a safe and welcoming environment.

Club Contact Details

Rundle Reserve, Rundle Road, Salisbury South, South Australia

email: cressypresident@yahoo.com

Programmed Club Shoots:

Tuesdays 9:30am

Sundays 9:30am and 1:00pm

*Programmed shoots are cancelled if the weather is forecast to be 38 degrees or above at our location (Parafield). Shoots may aslo be cancelled on the day if conditions are unsafe as decided by present club commitee members.