The winner of the Charles Lewsley Cup for 2014 was announced at the Annual Dinner last night. It was presented to Chris Dicken by our Chairman, Stan Appleton. Chris has served the club tirelessly for many years, notably as Secretary from 1995 to 1998, and then a ten year run on the committee as Chairman from 2004 to 2009 and Fixtures Secretary from 2010 to 2013. Photos here.
News just in from the YHOA Committee – the Yorkshire Superleague is alive and well and will be run differently this year. There will be the usual nine or so events (8 in the calendar already and potentially one replacement to come). The first event is this Sunday at SYO’s Cawthorne and Deffer event. The dates are:
|1 Mar 15
||SYO BNC Weekend Event (UKOL) (B) Cawthorne & Deffer
|22 Mar 15
||EBOR Level B Event, Gilling
|29 Mar 15
||HALO YHOA Middle Championships (B), Knapton Wood
|12 Apr 15
||AIRE Level C Middle Distance, Calverley Wood
|30 Aug 15
||EBOR White Rose Weekend (B), Pickering Forest
|20 Sep 15
||AIRE Dales Weekend Day 2(UKOL)/YHOA Championships (B), Hawkswick Clowder
|1 Nov 15
||SYO Level C Event, Wharncliffe
|22 Nov 15
||CLARO Level C Event, Brimham Rocks
The league will be scored differently using a similar system to that used by SEOA. It uses the concept of a target time for each class with points awarded based on how you perform in comparison. The full details will be posted on a new YHOA website shortly, but for now we have been sent details here.
Merry Christmas to all! The weekly newsletter is now out with details of what’s on over Christmas. Hope you have a good one!
Update: Autumn leaves 5 results are up.
The next Autumn Leaves Street-O is from the Stray in Harrogate on Wednesday 12th, so grab your hi-viz and headtorch and see you there. It is mentioned in this week’s news update, which has just gone out; you can join the list here.
Details are now up for the next two Claro events – Hookstone Woods night event on 27 Nov and Dob Park on 7 Dec. Note the update for directions for Dob Park as Otley town centre will be closed.
After a brief delay, the results of last Wednesday’s Autumn Leaves Street-O are now published here. Two more to go before Christmas, so hope to see you a week on Wednesday for a start on the side of The Stray.
Tomorrow is the penultimate Yorkshire SuperLeague for 2014. We have a few Claros in contention, so lets hope things go well for the last two events. Ilkley Moor on 30 Nov 14 is the other one.
For those not there, the AGM went well. Full details will be in the next Clarion, or you can browse the minutes here. The next Clarion will also include the collation of replies to Linda’s question “What were you doing on the weekend the clocks went back?”. Look out for it in the week beginning 10 Nov.
There are a few happenings to report in the week before the clocks go back (don’t forget next Sunday 26th!). With 5 events completed we have a new leader in the club league – Allen Barnes – but there is lots of scope for catching him up. This week’s results from Midgley Moor will be up soon. Some of the Claro contingent that went to Scotland for Race the Castles were spotted by Wendy’s usual splendid efforts with the camera – here and there are a few new Claro photos too.
Details for the next two Claro events are now up – our Hookstone night event that is part of the YHOA Night League, which is local and an ideal chance to try a night event if you have not done so, and Dob Park on 7 Dec, which is part of the club league (obviously). Finally, don’t forget the AGM this Thursday.
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The next event in the Autumn Leaves Street-O is on Wednesday this week. All the details are here. Look forward to seeing you there!
After the penultimate event in the YHOA Urban League at Sheffield on Saturday, Club Chairman Stan Appleton secured an unassailable lead to retain the YHOA UltraVet title that he won last year. Congratulations Stan! Continue reading STAN RETAINS YHOA TITLE
We have been busy putting together a new website for the club. We hope you like it! The idea is that it is much more modern and dynamic, with a regular feed of news. We will also be linking more with social media, so look out for developments on Twitter and Facebook.
As always, Continue reading Welcome to the new Claro website