About the club
A club with a passion
Cressy Bowmen currently has a high rate of membership, and enjoys a friendly relaxed club atmosphere with a good side of social life. We have regular club shoots at 9:30am Tuesdays, and 9:30 & 12:30pm Sundays, with visitors from other clubs are always welcome.
Cressy Bowmen is recognised as a STARCLUB by the Government of South Australia. This represents clubs which are well-run, where quality coaches and officials work alongside valued volunteers in a safe and welcoming environment.
From the past to the present
Established in 1965, Cressy Bowmen was originally based in Enfield, before moving to it’s current home at Rundle Reserve in Salisbury South.
The club was named for The Battle of Cressy. The Battle of Cressy was a major engagement in the Hundred Years’ War in the year 1346 where British forces armed with longbows successfully defeated a much larger French force. The battle is regarded as a major driving force in archery becoming common place amount western culture.
A great place to get started
Cressy Bowmen is a great place to get started. We offer beginner courses are run by qualified coaches which provide a safe, friendly and welcoming environment to learn about archery. These courses provide all the basics required to get started and ensure that you get the skills and equipment you need to enjoy archery in the future.
Need to talk to us?
Our contact information can be found on our contact us page below. We can also be contacted via Facebook or you can stop in and have a chat with us in person at one of your shoots.