“Madame” marks the “ten” on the bow and arrow league

“Madame” marks the “ten” on the bow and arrow league
“Madame” marks the “ten” on the bow and arrow league
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Sharjah (Al Ittihad)

The Bow and Arrow Federation organized the third phase of the Emirates League at Al Madam Club, with the participation of 133 players representing 14 clubs. Dr. Saeed Musabah Al-Kaabi, President of the Federation, Adel Al-Hammadi, Chairman of the National Teams Committee, Mubarak Al-Hammadi, member of the Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Bow and Arrow Club, and the British Michael Burt, our national team coach. With 9 medals.
In detail, the Dubai Shooting Club won the gold in the men’s compound bow category, the silver Madame Club and the bronze Mushrif Club, while the Madame Club won gold and bronze in the men’s convex bow category and Sharjah won silver, while the Sharjah Ladies Club won gold and silver in the U21 girls’ convex bow category. Al-Fujairah won the bronze for martial arts, while Al-Hamriya won gold, silver and bronze in this category at the boys level.
Khorfakkan Club won the gold and silver medals in the compound bow categories for boys under 18 and 14 years old, and the Abu Dhabi Club won the bronze, while the Sharjah Club dominated the first three places in the compound bow category for boys under 12 years old, and Khor Fakkan won the gold in the compound bow boys under 16 years old. Maliha Club won silver and bronze, and Maliha also won bronze under 18 years for boys.
The women’s compound bow competition witnessed the Dubai Shooting Club win the gold, the Sharjah women’s silver and the Fujairah martial arts club the bronze, while the Fujairah Martial Arts Club shone in the convex bow under 18 years of age for girls, winning gold, silver and bronze, and the Dubai Shooting Club maintained the gold in the women’s convex bow category, and won Sharjah Ladies Club silver and Abu Dhabi Club bronze. In the convex bow category for boys under 18 years old, Fujairah for martial arts won gold, and Madame Club won silver and bronze.
The Trust Club for the Disabled won the first and third places in the compound bow category for people of determination, and the Dubai Club for People of Determination won the silver medal, while the competitions of this category in the convex bow saw the educational police center win the gold and silver medals.
In the convex bow for boys under 16 years old, the Sharjah Cultural and Sports Club won the gold and bronze medals, and Madame the silver medal, while the Fujairah Martial Arts Club dominated the first three places in the convex bow for girls under 14 years old.
Al Madam Club shone in the convex bow category for boys under 14 years old with its gold and bronze medals, and the silver went to the Sharjah Club. Al Madam Club also won gold and silver in the convex bow category for boys under 12 years old, and the Dubai Archers Club won the bronze medal.

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