Last week The Royal Company of Archers met for their annual competition at Musselburgh Racecourse to compete for the oldest sporting trophy in the world: the silver Musselburgh Arrow.

The arrow was first shot in 1603 and every year members of The Royal Company assemble at Brunton Hall to march to the Racecourse where targets have been laid out.

This year Walter Simpson, who was match secretary, took home the prestigious award for the sixth time.

Although the event is highly traditional there were a few little changes this year and we went along to see what they were.