Monday, 13 November 2017

SROCkite.gif (2521 bytes) Lancaster and District Schools Orienteering League 2017

Following the Eaves Wood event on Saturday 11th November the final league scores are available here. There was fierce competition from a record number of schools, but eventually we have the two winners. Christchurch C of E Primary School, Lancaster are the winners of the Primary League, with St Wilfrids C of E, Halton in second and Moorside Primary, Lancaster in a very creditable third.
In the Secondary League Lancaster Royal Grammar School were first (following their success earlier in the year in the Orienteering Challenge Trophy) with Lancaster Girls' Grammar second and Ripley St Thomas third.
Very many congratulations, not only to the winners but to all schools and everyone who took part.
For those who took part and want more orienteering see the fixtures tab of this website (note that the fun New Year Cracker on 1st January is also in Eaves Wood!) and the British Orienteering event diary.

Saturday, 11 November 2017

SROCkite.gif (2521 bytes) Eaves Wood results

Thank you all for coming to today’s event at Eaves Wood. We certainly had wonderful weather for November. The results can be found here. This is the 3rd and final event of the Lancaster and District Schools Orienteering League. The school league tables will be published in the next couple of days – when the winners of the Primary and Secondary Trophies will be announced!
Any queries on the results to me, Martyn Roome on Development@sroc.org

And a big thank you to the organisers of and helpers at all of the Autumn events

Friday, 10 November 2017

SROCkite.gif (2521 bytes) Street League scores

Scores for event 2 are now available here. You can also view gross scores and age adjusted scores so far.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

SROCkite.gif (2521 bytes) Plungington RouteGadget

Apologies for not posting RouteGadget for the Plungington street league event two weeks ago. It's live now here.

SROCkite.gif (2521 bytes) Night Street League event 2, Lancaster South

A pleasant evening weather-wise, a hilly challenge and a new venue, greeted what may well have been a record numbers of runners at the second event of the season. RouteGadget for the event is here, share your routes and see what others did. Results will follow soon.

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