These rounds use 5-zone scoring, as opposed to the usual 10-zone scoring.
The points are awarded as follows: 9 for a gold, 7 for a red, 5 for a blue, 3 for a black and 1 for a white.
Arrows are shot at increasingly closer distances.
For example, in a York round, an archer would shoot 6 dozen at 100 yards (91 m), followed by 4 dozen at 80 yards (73 m), followed by 2 dozen at 60 yards (55 m).
Senior rounds are for archers aged 18 and over and junior rounds are for archers under the age of 18.
Senior Outdoor Rounds - Imperial Rounds
|York||6 doz||4 doz||2 doz||-||-|
|Hereford||-||6 doz||4 doz||2 doz||-|
|St George||3 doz||3 doz||3 doz||-||-|
|Albion||-||3 doz||3 doz||3 doz||-|
|Windsor||-||-||3 doz||3 doz||3 doz|
|New Western||4 doz||4 doz||-||-||-|
|Long Western||-||4 doz||4 doz||-||-|
|Western||-||-||4 doz||4 doz||-|
|American||-||-||2 1/2 doz||2 1/2 doz||2 1/2 doz|
|New National||4 doz||2 doz||-||-||-|
|Long National||-||4 doz||2 doz||-||-|
|National||-||-||4 doz||2 doz||-|
|New Warwick||2 doz||2 doz||-||-||-|
|Long Warwick||-||2 doz||2 doz||-||-|
|Warwick||-||-||2 doz||2 doz||-|
Senior Indoor Rounds - Imperial
|Round||Distance||No. of Arrows|
|Portsmouth||20 yd (18m)||5 doz|
|Worcester||20 yd (18m)||5 doz|