The Yorkshire and Humberside Schools’ Orienteering Championships will take place on Saturday 2nd July 2016 on a newly mapped area at Farnley Tyas Estate, Field Lane, Farnley Tyas, Huddersfield HD4 6BS. It is being hosted by East Pennine OC. It includes courses for adults too, so why not take your mum and dad along?
All welcome; just come and have a go.
This event will form part of the EPOC weekend of orienteering along with an urban event on a new map of Huddersfield. For more details contact the organiser, Viv Barraclough or visit www.eastpennineoc.org.uk.
The final event for the Winter Blues StreetO series took place yesterday. Thanks to Steve and Luke Fry for a very successful first attempt at planning. Results are here.
Look out for details of the Spring / Summer series, which will be published after the JK.
Results are now up for last night’s Winter Blues Street-O from West Cliffe Grove. A little snow on the ground didn’t deter 10 runners – enough for Mens and Ladies results so two winners. Many thanks to Ruth and the girls for both planning and refreshments.
Footnote – are you missing a pair of gloves? Have a word with Ruth!
Results are now up for last night’s Winter Blues Street-O in Starbeck, planned by our special guest planner, Vicky Bailey from EBOR – thanks Vicky! Well done to those that turned out in the rain. Tim Evans ran out winner on the night, but the number of controls visited only varied by 5 across the field, so well planned Vicky!
Results are now up from Wednesday’s Street-O event in Ripon. Thanks to David Day for planning. David was rewarded by a decent turnout and provided the extra twist of some bonus points.
The results of the first Winter Blues Street-O are now posted. Thanks to Richard for his efforts in planning and co-ordinating the series. Next up is Knaresborough on Wed 20th Jan.
Happy New Year to all Claros. May you always run in sunlit forests and may your controls be where you expect them to be.
Come and join us for a Christmas Run around the Stray at 7pm on Tuesday 22nd December 2015, and afterwards at the Swan on the Stray. All welcome. Club tops and Santa hats optional.
Well done to everyone who braved the wind and the rain for the second event of the Harrogate Schools Orienteering League. There were lots of good performances on some interesting courses. Thanks to David Day for his efforts in planning and setting out.
The results are here and the updated league updated league is here. There are also some photos. Aspin Park continue to lead, but Oatlands are closing the gap. Behind them it is really close, as 3rd to 5th are only separated by 5 points.
See you all after Christmas for Event 3 at Killinghall Moor Park in Jennyfields.