Williamson the only Brit left at London Archery Classic at Lord's
ALISON Williamson is the sole Brit left at the London Archery Classic at Lord's after Larry Godfrey, Alan Wills, Naomi Folkard and Amy Oliver all exited on Friday - and she hasn't even shot an arrow in anger.
LAST ONE STANDING: Alison Williamson is now Britain's sole hope at the London Archery Classic at Lord's
With two-time Olympic bronze medallist Simon Terry bowing out in the men's first round on Thursday, British interest was four-fold a day later with Godfrey, Wills, Folkard and Oliver all competing at the home of cricket.
Godfrey saw off Poland's Jacek Proc 7-3 in the first round before falling to Dmytro Hrachov 6-4 in the second while teammate Wills was soundly beaten 6-0 by France's Jean-Charles Valladont in his first contest.
Folkard, like Godfrey, made it out of the first round but lost 6-0 to Japan's Ren Hayakawa in round two with Oliver also failing to progress beyond the last 16 - losing 7-1 to Korean world No.1 Dasomi Jung.
That leaves five-time Olympian Williamson, who courtesy of finishing Monday's ranking round in 12th was given a bye through to the last 16, as the last Brit standing at the official 2012 test event.
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