British Schools Score Championship

Club members Jacob Stephenson and Matthew LeFevre competing at the British Schools Score Championship at Chobham on 10th October. Both had excellent runs, with Jacob finishing 11th and Matthew 16th in their age class. Their school, Palmer Academy, came 7th overall in the senior secondary category. Congratulations to them both.

Next up is the British Schools Long Distance Championships at Sandringham on 15th November. Good luck ... and best behaviour of course, for those members attending this event!

Kent Junior Orienteering Festival

This year's event took place at Foots Cray Meadows, Bexley on Saturday 18th July. Photos of the day here.


Kent Junior Championships 2013

DFOK hosted the 3rd Kent Junior Orienteering Championships at Cobham Hall School on Saturday 18th May.

Full results here.

Angus wins at Penhale

Congratulations to Angus Harrington who won the M12 class in the Southern Championships at Penhale Sands, Newquay in April 2013.

British Schools Orienteering Championships 2012 Delamere Forest, Cheshire

Congratulations to Holly Page who finished 2nd on the Girls Year 8 course this weekend! After an early start time, she had a long wait to see where she would finally finish. However, it was all worthwhile, when she picked up a silver medal, only being beaten by 7 seconds!!

South East Middle Distance Championships

Congratulations to Angus Harrington (1st on M10), Sheralee Bailey (1st on W40) and Chris Baker (2nd on M75) at Nut Wood and Gatton Park, Redhill. This is Angus's third consecutive victory in this event.

More Medals for Angus

Congratulations to Angus Harrington - British Middle Distance Champion - M10.

Angus also came second in his class in the sprint final on the previous day.

Rod's photos from a very sunny weekend in Sussex here.

British Championships 2010

Well done Angus! A great weekend for Angus Harrington, winning the M10B class on the Saturday and then competing in his first relay on the Sunday together with brother Bertie and Rowan Speers. They finished a respectable 20th in a field which included many older juniors.

Rod's photographic record of the weekend here.