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NWK at Foots Cray on Saturday 16th May

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NWK at Beacon Wood on Saturday 18th April


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British Championships 2015

Congratulations to all members who ran at the British Long Championships in the Forest of Dean in April. A special mention for Matthew LeFevre who came 1st on M16B and David Dorling who was 2nd on M40S. The club results may be found here.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2015 19:27

Results from the SE famous people Individual League 2014

The 2014 final results have been computed and many members have excelled. The certificate winners are:
Angus Harrington, M14 1st
Chris Baker, M80 1st
Rachel Collins, W21 3rd
Naomi Drewitt, W35 2nd
Sheralee Bailey, W40 1st
The best 5 scores out of 8 count with 100 points for the class winner, 99 for second etc. worthy of special mention is Sheralee's score of 500, the only person in the whole of SEOA to win her age class in 5 events.

2014 results here.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 January 2015 11:29

Roding Rally 2014 – An alternative night orienteering event

Over the weekend of 15 and 16 November 2014, Neil Speers and Andrew Pitcher took part in the 58th annual Roding Rally around Epping Forest. This is a large scale night orienteering event with a few twists, run by the Epping Forest Outdoor Group. The straight line distance was 16km and there were 10 check points. The ideal course distance was about 20km. The event uses a specially produced map at a scale of 1:20,000 with detail between an OS map and an orienteering one. The map has a kilometre square grid which is not based on the OS national grid.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 December 2014 13:42

Strong DFOK performance at OMM 2014 in the Cheviots

DFOK was only represented by two klubb members this year following Mark Collins withdrawal with injury but Neil Speers and Andrew Pitcher put in a strong performance in the Medium Score course. Despite both having bad ankles Neil and Andy made the most of the generally fast conditions underfoot, as this year's event had greater than normal opportunities to use forest tracks and other paths in the Cheviots. After a reasonable performance on day 1 when they were 26th overnight, they pulled out all the stops on day 2 and with a few gambles which paid off were 8th on the Sunday, bringing their overall position to 14th out of 200 teams on the Medium Score course.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 22:41

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