COVID-19 Activities


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As a non-contact sport NASP-SA will soon be allowed only for training and modified activities with restricted use of facilities. Specific and stringent safety requirements are stipulated in our NASP-SA COVID-10 Policy. The Policy is available in the documents link.

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These protocols will need to be strictly adhered to for NASP-SA to remain open. NASP-SA will soon announce the date from which our activities will be permitted to commence. It is very important to remember that the risk of containing the COVID-19 virus is far from over and that we must continue with our personal safety precausions.

Virtual Competitions


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With all the rules and Social Distancing NASP SA decided to implement a Virtual tournament between clubs and schools. This innitiative was very succesfful in keeping our archers in the practice element, instead of sitting in front of the televisions and getting out of practice with their archery skills.

WELL DONE TO ALL OUR NASP ARCHER THAT WORK SO HARD!

Keep up the hard work and stay safe.






BAI and BAIT Training 2020

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Due to the lockdown stages being lifted step by step, our Training Schedules for the BAI as well as the BAIT training will commence soon. The president of NASP SA, Wilhelm Greeff, will announce the dates as soon as he sees fit.











School recieve grant


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NATIONAL Archery in Schools Programme shortly known as NASP, handed over sports equipment to Sunshine Special School in Uitenhage recently.

Chris Oelofse from NASP said archery is a highly disciplined sport that develops the archers cognitive and muscular ability.

“It is a sport of mass participation with an outstanding safety record,” Oelofse said.

With the assistance of the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, NASP SA, which is growing in the Eastern Cape received funds which were used to acquire equipment in order to develop the sport in the province.

We will meet again soon


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Dear NASP-SA leadership, members and supporters,

It won't be too long before we will be able to enjoy our beloved sport again. Given the long period of time during which we were locked down and not being able to enjoy NASP or even get together, we have a lot to consider when picking up all the lose ends again.

Our NASP-SA leadership on all levels should consider that motivating your team members is of the utmost importance and don't forget where you will find your strength.

SANAA working on protocols

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SANAA is busy working on the agreed protocols for submission to the sports ministry - only once we have the compliance certificate and clubs are able to comply with the agreed requirements can we resume our activities.