Entries that have been categorised as Club
For the MAROC and TAY club catchment areas, (each 1 day per week).
Annual Salary: £15000 - £16000 (pro rata for 1 day per week) depending on experience
Duration: to end-August 2016
The Scottish Orienteering Association is seeking to appoint two highly motivated people who are able to work both in collaboration with the club and independently to fill these positions.
Andy Tivendale has taken over the role of MAROC Results Secretary. Organisers, please send Andy a .csv file of the results as soon as possible after the event.
Can’t wait until the next event? Or would you like some more practice to climb up those results lists? Have a go at one of our semi-permanent courses in Deeside. Currently in 4 areas, there are suggested courses of short, medium and long at each. Controls will be moved once or twice a year so you can go back and have a different challenge. 3 of the courses are now also equipped with QR codes and you can use your mobile phone instead of a paper map.
Level C, previously called District events: (£7 non-BOF) £5 Senior / £2.50 Junior
Level D, previously called Local events: £4 Senior / £2.50 Junior
Adults up to Light Green: £2.50
Deeside Night Cup & Forest Sprints: £4 Senior/ £2.50 Junior
Training events: £2 Senior / £1 Junior
LOST BRIKKES £45 unless the Club Commitee agrees there are special circumstances
The Maroc Annual Club Celebration and AGM was held on Saturday 24th November. The focus was on celebrating the year’s achievements, and lots of badges and medals were presented. This was followed by lots of great food and a ceilidh. A great night.
Some 35 club members travelled over the hill for a weekend of quality socialising and training in Speyside on Sep 1st-2nd.
Early warning of dates for your diary for 2012
Club Weekend at Nethybridge: 2nd September
AGM & Ceilidh : 24th November 2012 again to be at Knockburn Loch
The web site is basically a database containing records of information. Various MAROC members have update access:
Roles and Responsibilities:
MAROC Webmaster: Roger Coombs;
Third line Support: Paul Frost (ECKO);
MAROC Editors & Responsibilities
Each person will have the ability and access rights to post any material but in order to apply a measure of consistency and order please use them in the roles assigned.
• Marjorie Mason – General Notices
• Alastair Marshall – Fixtures Details
• Sarah Dunn – Publicity / Event Reports
• Roger Coombs – Updates to other standing items / catch all.
Following the success of the Gramp system we ran the EEE system at Redburn on Sunday 27th March. This speeded up registration, and reduced computer data entry on the morning of the event.
With increasing numbers attending all of our events we need to ensure our entry and registration systems are as slick and efficient as possible.
Bring your BOF numbers to events as it makes registration much easier and also allows you to get BOF ranking points at our level C events.