1 – What is your favourite dinosaur?
Raptor, because I am feisty.
2 – What club are you a member of?
Lough Cuan Bowmen
3 – What is your preferred shooting style?
4 – How did you get into archery?
I wanted to try something I'd never done before, and now I love it.
5 – Who is your favourite fictional archer?
Merida from Disney's Brave because she has long red curly hair just like me!
6 – What is your favourite competition type?
7 – What is your favourite shooting venue?
I would like to say Mount Stewart as there's a small walk out to the course and once you're there it's like being in Sherwood Forest.
8 – What is your favourite weather to shoot in?
9 – Would you rather do archery whilst riding a unicorn or a pegasus?
10 – What is the oddest thing you have seen during a competition?
While shooting at Mount Stewart, I saw an old, rusty teapot hanging from a tree branch.
11 – What is the highest level of competition you have shot in?
Field at Ballywalter Estate.
12 – What is the best shot you have made in a competition?
When I scored my first 10, 9 and 8 all on the same target: Total, 27.
13 – Which fictious archers would you want on your side for a team match?
Merida (Disney's Brave) and Hawkeye (Marvel).
14 – What are your goals in archery?
To work towards more competitions and build up more bling (medals).
15 – What is your proudest achievement in the sport?
When I achieved my first gold medal.
16 – What is the best advice you have been given in archery?
Write everything down, e.g. stance/posture, distances etc. to review.
17 - How do you think you would have fared in the stone age with a bow and arrows?
Very well. I certainly wouldn't have starved!
18 – What is the one thing you really enjoy in the sport?
Getting to meet new people with the same interest as you and seeing beginners advance.
19 – What one thing in the sport irritates you the most?
Equipment malfunctions and not working as a team.
20 – What would you like to see in terms of improvement within archery as a sport?
More opportunity for younger generations, e.g. after school clubs.
21 – What do you think would make a great mascot for the sport of archery?
A bear called Fletch.
22 – Who is your most fervent supporter?
All my compound mates at Lough Cuan Bowmen.
23 – If you could shoot another bow style, what would it be?
Horsebow, because the shapes and designs are amazing!
24 – Any advice for girls/women in archery?
Yes, it's not just a man's sport. The first women's event at the Olympics was in 1904 and World Archery was the first international federation to have a female president. It doesn't matter what your age, gender or ability is. It's a sport for everyone and I would encourage more women to try it. You never know, you might find your own Robin Hood.
Photo one, Lego cover photo, credit - Matt Latimer
Photo two, Chloe Dixon, credit - Matt Latimer