James Berry - Archery

Published on Tuesday, 9 May 2023 at 1:39:55 PM

Over the Easter weekend, James Berry was showing his older rivals glimpses of the future as he represented Western Australia at the Australian Bowhunters Titles in Mudgee, NSW. After what he described as some of the most difficult courses he had faced, with strong winds and competing in temperatures as low as -3C as he was able to show his skill to come home with a medal, finish 3rd place in both Bowhunter and 3D Target.


Although James has only been doing archery for about 2 years now he has fallen in love with the sport and practices regularly to hone his craft. The results of his hard have shown with him quickly rising the ranks locally as he is the current WA#1 in A grade juniors in both 3D targets and Australian Bowhunter Associations targets. James was also awarded his advanced Junior badge meaning he has scored about 740 out of 800 in 3 consecutive competition.


When back locally, you will see James learning developing in his other career. He is in his first year as an apprentice boilermaker at Bruce Rock engineering.


The Josh Kennedy Foundation is proud to support James to achieve his current and future goals as a part of the Sports Assistance Scholarship Program. The Foundation would like to thank its’ partners of the foundation, the program, and the Mid West community for assisting young people to achieve their goals.


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