THREE members of the McIntosh family were among nine state champions after the Bendigo Field Archers launched an assault on the Victorian titles at the weekend.
Gregory and his sons Jack and Darcy McIntosh each took out their state divisions at the Australian Bowhunters Association State Titles at Bacchus Marsh.
Gregory was victorious in the men's compound A, Jack won the men's bowhunter unlimited flight two and Darcy claimed the title in the cub boys compound B grade.
Other men's winners were recurve A archer Andrew McGregor, recurve D victor Jared Mond and Shane Walker in the freestyle recurve flight two.
Deborah Spencer-Jones clinched the ladies' bowhunter unlimited flight two crown.
Matthew Walker won the junior boys' freestyle recurve flight two division, while Seth Bish was the cub boys' freestyle unlimited flight two winner.
Men's archers Damien Kairn finished second in the compound masters and Alain Guoault stood on the podium for his third placing in the bowhunter unlimited flight two.
Brett Cox won bronze in the bowhunter limited flight two, while Luke Cox took third place in the junior boys compound A grade.
Raiden Jones was runner-up in the junior boys' bowhunter unlimited flight two and Giacomo Meadows was next in line.
The undulating terrain of the Bacchus Marsh Bowmen's home range proved hard work and challenging for the 135 Archers from across the state who competed in the two day event.
Seth Bish, Deborah Spencer-Jones and Andrew McGregor all won perpetual trophies, while many Bendigo archers finished in the top-10 shooters for the event.