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With apologies for the lateness of this news posting, here are the final points tables for the Deeside Night Cup and the Mini Night Cup. Congratulations to Adam Barrie for being the overall winner in the Deeside Night Cup and to Roger Coombs for winning the Mini Night Cup.
For both courses, results are calculated as follows: 1st + 50 pts, 2nd = 47 pts, 3rd = 44 pts, 4th = 42, 5th = 40, 6th = 39....
1 point awarded even if retired
Planner gets 50 points on chosen course.
Course of the Year voting led to a tie between Balmedie and Crathes.
'Tougest of the Tough' course was voted to be Tilquhillie.
Whilst we are all in lockdown, an ideal time to listen to a collection of recent broadcasts from River Dee radio featuring MAROC orienteering:
September 2019: Orienteering at Glen Feardar
December 2019: Local Sports Personality Jon Musgrave
We are all aware of the ongoing coronavirus situation. I am reproducing here the recent communication from British Orienteering - we have been requested to cancel all events for the next 12 weeks and the events at Tillyfourie, Redburn and Sluie have now been removed from the events list.
Full statement below.
Another change to the JD2C results - sometimes hard to tell who's run shadowed / paired / family group! So hopefully final revised results for the Jon Duncan Junior Deeside cup. Congratulations to the category winners:
|M8||Dougal Mather (MAR)||W8||Joanna McDonald (Gramp)|
|M10||Fergus Dunbar (MAR)||W10||Dara Tivendale (MAR)|
|M12||Ranolph Whitehead (MAR)||W12||Ruth Gooch (MAR)|
|M14||Blair Garrett (MAR)||W14||Morven Farquharson (Gramp)|
|M16||Sam Griffin (Gramp)||W16||Amber Graham (MAR)|
Please note that it has been decided that the event at Cambus O'May on 10th November will not count towards the JD2C. Further details below.
Here are the JD2C standings after the event at Balmedie on 7th July.
The next event which counts for the JD2C will be Glen Feardar on this coming Sunday - 25th August.
Reminder that the closing date for online entries for the Individual Championships is midnight this Sunday, 12th May. The event is being hosted by Solway Orienteers and will take place on 25th May at Dalbeattie Town Wood with a revised and extended map.
The Closing date for Relays is 16th May - please let Sarah Dunn know if you want to run in a relay team. The relays will take place at Drumlanrig on Sunday 26th May.
More information on their website here for both the individual and relay events.
Entries via SIEntries here.
Here are the JD2C standings after the events at Glen Dye. There should be another update soon to include the Coull event yesterday.
The next event which counts for the JD2C will be Potarch on 30th June.
Latest standings after the events at Glen O'Dee in January and the Birsemore SOL in February are here.
Next event which counts for the JD2C is the event this Sunday at Glen Dye. Weather forecast is good and a nice area so get out there and score some points! Check the Gramp website for info on the road closure approaching Strachan from the west.
The Jon Duncan Dunior Deeside Cup (JD2C) is a points competition for Juniors of MAROC and Grampian Orienteers which runs each calendar year. The competition this year will be run over 9 events and is already underway with the event at Glen O'Dee on Sunday.
The full list of fixtures is in the table below and this along with summary of rules in the attached.
|Event number||Date||Organising club||Location|
|1||6th January||MAROC||Glen O'Dee|
|2||24th February||GRAMP/MAROC||SOL1 Birsemore|
|3||24th March||GRAMP||Glen Dye|
|7||25th August||MAROC||Glen Feardar|
|9||10th November||MAROC||Cambus O'May|
Prize giving for the competition (the much coveted wooden statues) will be at the GRAMP And MAROC Club AGMs.
If you are not sure of the age class that you should be running in, this is tied to your year of birth, so effectively your age at the end of 2019 - see the attached table.
With apologies to those affected, belated posting of revised Final standing for the JD2C. Congratulations again to the category winners below as well as to all medal winners in the attached full table.
|M8||Fraser Pain (GRAMP)||W8||Dara Tivendale|
|M10||Findlay Cormack||W10||Romily Kellas|
|M12||Ranolph Whitehead||W12||Ruth Gooch|
|M14||Ewan Musgrave||W14||Catriona Chapman|
|M16||Matthew Gooch||W16||Eilidh Garrett|