Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Calling all SROC members! The 1st round of the national clubs championship will take place at Watergrove near Rochdale on Sunday 16th January. We need a strong turnout in all age classes to secure our rightful place in the final. Contact Mark Edwards (Club Captain) if you can run for your club.
An inspection of the Kirkham and Wesham pavements today revealed treacherous conditions. With no chance of a thaw in the next few days the next Street League event has been postponed until next Wednesday 8th December. A decision on whether Knots Wood goes ahead on Saturday 4th will be made late on Thursday 2nd December.
Monday, 29 November 2010
In the current weather conditions there is a possibility that snow might prevent any event going ahead. The streets of Kirkham are currently clear but please check back here before travelling on Wednesday. Likewise for Knots Wood on Saturday.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Courses suitable for beginners and experiences orienteers are on offer at Knots Wood near Lancaster on Saturday. Start times are a very civilised 12.30 - 2.00pm, and cost £3/£1. Please note that there will be no toilet facilities at the event. If there is much snow check back here in case of cancellation.
Results for the rather under-publicised 2010 North West Orienteering League have been announced on the NWOA NWOL page. Highest SROC member in the adult (MW18+) table is Martyn Roome, while Annie Ockenden is our top junior in the M/W16- table. Congratulations to them both. Both tables may be viewed here. Details of the 2011 league fixtures may also be found on the NWOL page.
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Details of the new orienteering league for NW level B events, which will start in 2011, have been announced. SROC's Hutton Roof event in February will be part of this league.
Sunday, 21 November 2010
Both Lancaster Girls' Grammar and Lancaster Royal Grammar (boys) did well at this weekend's British Schools Orienteering Championships, held in the South East. The girls team, fortified by many SROC juniors and a few from LOC, won gold in the Large Secondary Schools category. This was in addition to Year 11 and Year 13 golds, and silver for Years 8 and 9. Individual golds went to Annie Ockenden, Zoe and Katrin Harding. The boys took a much smaller team but still managed to scoop the Year 7 gold! Full results are here.
Preliminary details for the SROC Regional (level B) event next February are now available on the event web page. On-line entries are open via Fabian4, and you may enter by choosing your preferred age class, included S and B classes, or by colour. Helpers receive a 50% discount via a discount code. To obtain the code, and volunteer to help, contact Mike and Mary Ormerod.
Thursday, 18 November 2010
SROC is hosting the Northern Night Championships on Traitor's Gill, on 15th January 2011. This event will also be SROC's contribution to the North West Night League this season. Entries for the NN Champs are now open on Fabian4, and a flyer with details of the event is here.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
You are invited to the Lake District Mountain Trial Association Talk to be held at the Hawkshead Brewery, Staveley, near Kendal, Cumbria on Friday 26th November 2010 about 8.45pm, £5 on the door. This years illustrated talk will be given by Dave Birkett and is called “Living in Lakeland (A Local Climbers Thoughts on Paradise)”
Anne Salisbury 01539 821305 anne1salisbury(at)btinternet.com
Sunday, 14 November 2010
Results for the event held at Healey Nab today are now available here. RouteGadget, Splitsbrowser and Winsplits Online are available via the Results Index. There was a small problem with one of the finish boxes, which affected six people. Finish times for those six have been adjusted, meaning they took less time for their course than shown on their printout.
Friday, 12 November 2010
Friday, 5 November 2010
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
Night Street League number 2 in Lancaster subjected runners to a lethal combination of wet leaves and stone setts, making the going almost as slippery as ice in some parts. Nevertheless most enjoyed the fiendish course setting of Mark Saunders. Share your route on RouteGadget and find out who was tempted to cross the river. Did anyone get all the 50 pointers? For the next event at Ormskirk can anyone wanting food (home made scouse or blind scouse i.e. vegetarian) please let Norman Hall know in advance. Cost will be £3.50 per head, payable on the night.
Monday, 1 November 2010
“Forest Challenge!” is an exciting new game where even the most “average” orienteer can beat that fit M21 or W21 on a Blue, Brown or even Black course. Saturday evenings will never be the same again as you strive to relive the triumphs and disasters of those afternoons spent in the Forest.
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