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Archery: Nine archers to represent IoM at Island Games

Sport will return to the games for first time in six years

The Isle of Man has confirmed it's selections for who will represent the Island in archery at this year's Island Games.

Nine players have been called up with four competing in the recurve class and five to take part in the compound category.

The recurve team will consists of Barbara Harris, Danny Cowin, Alex Allen-Snell and newcomer, James Hill.

Meanwhile, making up the compound squad will be the experienced figures of Joy Gough, Aalin George, Dave Moore, Ethan Moore and Rhys Moore.

The last time archery featured at the games was in 2017 at Gotland - it wasn't included for the event in Gibraltar in 2019.

The team will be lead by manager, Alison Cowin, who's spearheaded the Island's archery teams since the games in Aland in 2009.

Cowin will be assisted by former Island Games competitor, Peter Mumford, who will act as assistant team manager and coach to the players.

The 2023 Island Games will take place in Guernsey from 8-14 July.

You can view the full squad list below:


Isle of Man Recurve Team

Barbara Harris
Danny Cowin
Alex Allen-Snell
James Hill

Isle of Man Compound Team

Joy Gough
Aalin George
Dave Moore
Ethan Moore
Rhys Moore

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