16-year-old Casey Kaufbold was among the Lancaster Archery Supply team to win the recurve competition at the Indoor Archery World Series Finals ©Getty Images

Top seeds Lancaster Archery Supply won the recurve discipline at the Indoor Archery World Series Finals.

The competition, held remotely, pitted the top four teams following the conclusion of the Indoor Archery World Series.

The four teams involved Lancaster Archery Supply, The Golden Arrow, Netherlands and Beiter took part in two semi-finals with the winners advancing to a final to decide the recurve champion.

Each match featured three individual contests and a team game, with each match lasting 12 arrows.

In the final, Lancaster Archery Supply, shooting from the United States National Training Centre in California took on The Golden Arrow, who were shooting from the Olympic Preparation Centre in Vittel, France.

The first individual match saw reigning World Archery champion Brady Ellison, representing Lancaster Archery Supply, draw 117-117 with Thomas Chirault, who finished second in the individual open ranking for the series.

Match two saw 16-year-old Casey Kaufhold register a win for Lancaster Archery Supply, as she beat Lisa Barbelin 118-113 to give the American outfit the lead in the final.

Match three saw Jack Williams notch up another comfortable victory for Lancaster Archery Supply, as he overcame Clement Jacquey 121-113.

Following their two wins in the individual games, Lancaster Archery Supply had a two point head start going into the team match, which they won 122-116 to retain their title.

In the semi-finals earlier in the day Golden Arrow beat Team Netherlands in a shoot-off, while Team Lancaster overcame Team Beiter 119-113.

Yesterday a compound competition took place in the same format with Arc Système overcoming Team Easton in a one arrow shoot out.