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Night Street League Final - Chapel-en-le-Frith

Night Street League Series 2021-22 'Cup Final' at which trophies and prizes for the 2021-22 series are presented. The event venue is The Roebuck just off Market Place, Chapel-en-le-Frith.

(13/03/2022 Corrected results and wrong answers ...)

Tue 08th Mar 2022

Type of event: Local, Night, Street
Type of terrain: Urban
Info updated: 13th Mar


Event Report

Wrong answers

11(6) Doug Edwards 5

15(8) Miriam Hoelzl + Megan Good, Afi Afrouz + Darren Warbuton, Clare Griffin, Tony Hulme 247

20(8) James Corden, Mike Greenwood, Ian Ankers, Peter Ross 2

29(6) Clay Conlon, Paul Hunt 5

201(5) Paul Turner 1C

209(7) Ruth Beresford 6

Pre Event Info

The Hydrant Trophy will be presented to the winner on the night. The Running Bear-sponsored Owl trophies will be presented to the winners of the Men's and Women's Handicap competition in the NSL, together with a number of small additional prizes for those who have done well in the overall league tables.

Additional trophies to reward Improved Performance and Consistency will also be awarded. You don't necessarily have to be at the top of the league to win either of these ...

Score event with 60 minute time limit.

Under 16s MUST be accompanied by an adult. 16 and 17 year olds can compete alone but ONLY with written consent from parent/guardian. Lights essential (+ back-up). High-visibility clothing compulsory.

Venue: The Roebuck. 9 Market Pl, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak SK23 0EN

The event will use the traditional format - so all answers need to be recorded (legibly please!) on your cluesheet. It is NOT a MapRun event!


Everyone should pre-enter using the MDOC Registration System Select your course, then choose a start block. If you do not have your own SI card (dibber), a hire dibber will be allocated to you. This process will guarantee that a map is available for you on the night. 

If you wish to run in a pair, please enter each competitor individually, and we'll sort the pairings out at registration on the night.

Entries will close at midnight on Sunday 6th March,

We would prefer to avoid entry on the day (EOD) but a limited number of maps may be available. Please do NOT rely on it.

On the night registration will be based in the pub. You will need to pick up your personalised question / answer sheet and a dibber (if requested) and pay for your entry. Our preferred system of payment is by contactless card - using the iZettle system. Cash payments will be possible, but not encouraged.

Please note that all runners will receive a map, and will be charged for it (£4 senior, £2 junior); people running in pairs will both be charged.

We will operate a 'gopher' system for anyone who feels uncomfortable with going into the pub. Please pre-enter in the usual way, then drop Grahame an email to let him know. You will either have to pay by cash - preferably the exact money, or temporarily hand your credit / debit card to the gopher who will make the payment on your behalf before returning the card to you.

Other points worth noting .........

The data you provide in the pre-entry system removes the requirement to fill in the "Participant Waiver Form".

The boards showing photographs of common control sites will no longer be used. The photos are available on the Typical NSL Controls page.

Final details - including a copy of the Safety Notice, and the safety map - will be emailed to all pre-entries after entries have closed.

It will not be available at registration. Please read them!


Nearest town: Chapel-en-le-Frith

Contacts / Officials

Series Co-ordinator: Grahame Crawshaw

Enquiries to 

Safety and Risk

A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.

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