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This year's North-West Sprint Orienteering Championships took place last Sunday, 16th June, as part of SELOC's Horwich Festival of Racing. It was a 2 part sprint with the times for each part added together for the final result.
Congratulations to all the juniors who took part in last Saturdays NW Heat for the Yvette Baker Trophy at Aitken Wood, organised by PFO. The team, consisting mainly of students from Fallibroome Academy, tied for 1st place with WCOC on 890 points and so gained a place in the Final. A fantastic achievement!
The Final will take place on Sunday 7th July at Sandringham. We wish them all the very best of luck.
British Orienteering has just announced the team for the 2019 World Trail Orienteering Championships (WTOC) in Portugal and MDOC's John Kewley (JK) has been selected for both PreO and TempO disciplines (this is the 11 year in succession that JK has been selected for WTOC). He'll be looking for a good performance in the PreO to ensure selection for the TrailO Relay which is the discipline that GB (with JK on anchor leg) won Bronze in last year's European Trail Orienteering Championships in Slovakia.
MDOC are pleased to announce that over the coming months we will be working with British Orienteering on an event participant satisfaction initiative to develop our understanding of the participant experience at club events ...
Congratulations to John Britton who won the Maurice Dean Cup (Old Codgers Trophy), for the best 65+, at SROC's Night Street League prize-giving last Wednesday. This is a new trophy given in honour of the late Maurice Dean - an SROC founder member who organised their very first street event in 1967.
Full league results and prizewinners can be found on the SROC website.