NATIONAL archery reps Shanti Cook and Robert Elder are getting close to qualifying for the New Zealand National Championship next year.
Cook shot 1231 in the women's Full Fita round while Elder is three points away from qualifying in the Recurve Full Fita.
Last week, he shot 1097, the men's qualifying mark is 1100.
Cook has more time to practise and improve her stats. She is 19 points away from qualifying.
Other reps such as Ajay Ballu and Dipesh Kumar are nearing the 1000 points.
Fiji Archery Association general secretary Ajay Ballu said most shooters were on track to qualify.
"Everyone is shooting well at the moment," he said.
"Robert Elder is only three points away, Shanti Cook is 19 points behind the qualifying mark and the rest are closing to the 1000 mark. I believe all players will be gunning to qualify."
Ballu said the shooters had ample time to practise before the Fiji National Championship at the end of this month.
"We got few more competition coming up, the final will be in October so by then everyone should try and hit the qualifying score."
He added the Savusavu shooters were yet to submit their scores.