Our Nerf War Games offer a taste of what is available in Tag Archery to our younger players.

Nerf Gun Wars is ideal for Birthday Parties and we offer a complete birthday package including pizzas and drinks after the game.

Take a look at the games below:

We use the same field of play and the same games as we do for Tag Archery, but all of the equipment is safe for use and many children are already familiar with Nerf Guns.

We have chosen a selection of games that are competitive, fun and will ensure that your child’s birthday will give everyone a good workout!

This is the first game you will play. There will be 2 teams, and the aim of the game is for each team to score the most points for the duration of the game, typically 10-15 minutes.

Points are scored by shooting an opposing player in any area of the body.

All players will remain in the game for the complete duration whether hit or not. All points will be awarded by the referee who will keep score and announce the winner at the end of the game.

Before the game begins, each team will hide a flag somewhere in their own camp. The aim of the game is for each team to capture the opposing team’s flag. Once you have been hit, you must leave the game. (Don’t worry we’ll have a referee present to make sure there is no cheating!) The most difficult part of the game is actually capturing the flag as it will be well defended and it you are hit while capturing the flag you must replace the flag and leave the game. The game is over once a flag has been captured.

In this game every player is playing for themselves. The aim of the game is to be last person to be hit. There are no teams, but just like in the Hunger Games you can form alliances, but who can you trust and what will happen when its only you against your allies. This game will help you to find out who your friends really are!! Will you be the Last man Standing – Join Us at Tag Archery to find out.





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What Foot Golf Players Say

I really can’t think of anything better than representing Ireland in a sport that is growing so quickly. When this sport takes off, and believe me it will, I’ll be glad to say that I played on the first Irish national team.

Mick Young Irish International December 7, 2016