Naomi Folkard, Simon Terry, Chris White and Duncan Busby will feature in the Archery GB National Series Grand Final in Leamington Spa in September, following round four of the qualifying series, in Andover. And Paralympian Dani Brown is virtually assured of a place after another stunning performance.
Dani finished second to Nicky Hunt after shooting a FITA 1406 (maximum score possible 1440), a new world record for a women's Paralympic women's compound archer.
Nicky, gained a second successive first place, and her performance included a fantastic British record FITA 1410. But she will still be sweating on the outcome of the final event of the series, at Exmouth next month, to see if she has made it to the Grand Final.
In men's compound, Chris White will be heading for Leamington Spa after winning the men's compound in Andover, and with Liam Grimwood, and reigning champion Duncan Busby completing the top three, it now looks like the competition in Exmouth will be to secure the fourth and final place at the Grand Final.
Naomi Folkard is assured of her place at the Leamington Spa event after winning the women's recurve event at Andover.
It's great news for Naomi, who is from Leamington Spa, and will now look forward to competing for the top prize at the Grand Final in her home town. Amy Oliver finished in second place.
And in the men's recurve event, Simon Terry made sure he will be appearing at the prestigious Leamington Spa event after winning the men's recurve. Larry Godfrey was second to boost his prospects, while Rob Hallsworth took third place.