Postal leagues are a way in which clubs can compete against each other without the need to meet at a particular ground to shoot. Each club shoots at their home ground and the results are posted to a co-ordinator who collects all the results and produces league tables and the such like. This also means that clubs from all over the country can compete in the same league.
The club enter 3 Indoor leagues, the Andy Harris, Bray I and British Archer's Portsmouth leagues
Recurve - Each Andy Harris competition shoot involves shooting 36 arrows over 15 yards on 40cm faces.
Compound - A Bray I competition shoot involves shooting a Bray I round which is 30 arrows over 20 yards on 40cm faces.
Each BA Portsmouth competition shoot involves shooting a Portsmouth round which is 60 arrows over 20 yards on 60cm faces.