Claro Top 10s
A number of Top 10s at Temple Newsam this weekend. At the night event David Day was 4th and Tim Evans 8th on the medium and on the following days event ( on a 98% different area) David Rochester was 1st on Light Green and Toby Rochester was 1st on Orange.
Don’t forget to renew your membership it is now due. A number of regulars are still showing on the BO lapsed members list.
- Wed 10 Jan – CLARO Local Winter Blues 2018 Water Rat Ripon
- Sat 13 Jan – NYMBO Winter Lane quest 2 hr Score Tadcaster
- Sun 14 Jan – SYO Regional Rivelin Valley Sheffield
- Wed 17 Jan – AIRE local Golden Acre Park Night Score league
- Wed 24 Jan – CLARO Local Winter Blues 2018 Black Swan Burn Bridge
- Sat 27 Jan – CLARO Junior League Hookstone Woods
- Sat 27 Jan – EBOR Regional YHOA NIght League Brayton Barff
- Sun 28 Jan – EPOC Regional Storthes Hall Alistair Tinto Memorial Event
- Sun 28 Jan – DVO Regional Eyam Moor and Bretton Clough
- Sun 4 Feb – AIRE Regional YHOA Superleague Calverley
- Wed 7 Feb – CLARO Local Winter Blues 2018 Central Harrogate
- Sun 11 Feb – LOC Regional NWOA Galoppen Black Beck Woods
- Sun 11 Feb – CLOK Regional Coate Moor
If you are aware of any events I have missed please drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
CLARO Junior League Event 27 Jan 18
All club members should have had an email on Sunday requesting help for the junior event on the 27th January where we may have over 200 Junior Soldiers trying out Orienteering. Thank you for those who have volunteered so far. More volunteers would be welcome for a 2 hour shift between 10:00 and 14:00. If you can help please e-mail email@example.com. If you are a club member and haven’t had the e-mail please can you advise as this means out contact system needs updating.
Alistair Tinto Memorial
EPOC are hosting the YHOA Middle Distance Championships and a Superleague event on January 28 at Storthes Hall. It will also be a memorial event for Alistair Tinto. Many of you will have known Alistair and also know how much he did over many years for EPOC and YHOA. Obviously all are hoping that the event will be a popular and successful one when we can remember Alistair as well as enjoy our runs.
Unfortunately, there is now a clash with a nearby attractive event. DVO had to cancel a National event on Eyam Moor on 10 Dec and it has had to be rearranged as a Regional event on 28 January. DVO have considered moving it to another date, but they are very restricted and it has to stay on January 28. Pre-entries from 10 Dec have been transferred to the new date and there were many YHOA entries. With the date change and the clashing EPOC memorial event, DVO understand that some people will wish to cancel their entries and get a refund. This is possible up to Jan 2 though there will be small administration charge. Pre-entries to the DVO event should have received an email about this.
Obviously we hope that all YHOA members orienteering on that day will choose to go to the EPOC event. However, we do understand that those who already have an entry for the DVO event and/or find Eyam Moor an attractive alternative, may still wish to go to that event. The clash is unfortunate, but please understand that DVO and EPOC have tried to avoid it.
The EPOC event can be entered via Fabian4. It is cheaper than the DVO one, and nearer for most. Hopefully, there will also be awards at the event for the 2017 YHOA Superleague and Urban League.
Winter Blues 2018
Richard Kirk has now found 6 volunteers for planning the next series of event in the winter starting on January 10th details are below and include a new location for what hopefully will be a delightful spring evening for the last of the series.
|Wed 10 Jan 18||Ripon, Water Rat||Allen Banister|
|Wed 24 Jan 18||S Harrogate||Susan Birtwistle|
|Wed 7 Feb 18||Centre/N Harrogate||Stephen Fry|
|Wed 21 Feb 18||Harrogate||Ruth Ker|
|Wed 7 Mar 18||Knaresborough||Rochester family|
|Wed 21 Mar 18||Pateley Bridge||Stan Appleton|
Some of you may remember the link to Sandor Talas’s blog about IOF finances last year. His slightly lighthearted comments that virtual orienteering may be the best chance of Orienteering making the Olympics is here. Oh and if you thought esports was not for the Olympics his follow up is here.