SOUTH MIDLANDS ORIENTEERING CLUB
2004 - SUMMER SERIES - RESULTS
|Blue Lagoon; Bletchley|
|Forest of Marston Vale; Stewartby|
|Maids Moreton Short Course or Medium Course|
|Twywell Hills County Park; Kettering|
|SMOC FRONT PAGE||RESULTS|
|SUMMER SERIES RESULTS|
|Name||Blue Lagoon||Marston||Maids Moreton||Twywell||Series Totals|
|Wendy & Jen||58||69||94||221|
|The Cole Family||97||97|
|M & D Redman||88||88|
|T & M Webster||47||47|
|S & J Holroyd||44||44|
|TWYWELL HILLS SUMMER SERIES RESULTS - 31st July|
|Short||2.5K & 50m Climb|
The Cole Family
Wendy & Byron Williams
|Medium||4.3K & 120m Climb|
|Maria Marshall (Missed 20)||171:40||50|
|Karen Vines (Brown Only Map)||Ret||10|
|Rosie Shaw (Brown Only Map)||Ret||10|
|Long||8.7K & 135m Climb|
hope you all enjoyed Summer Series 4, and the opportunity to see Twywell
Hills and Dales
the Summer. I was pleased
with the comments from all involved about their enjoyment
the scenery and wide variety of flora and fauna (especially the
opportunity to stop and pick
first time planning any event and, if I thought I had planned a green
for the medium course,
times tell me I was obviously wrong. The area is a lot trickier than it
think that the courses provided a challenge for all competitors, in some
cases more than I
- I know the area too well!
for the description error on permanent control 13 - errrrr, should have
soil is obviously very fertile, there was a path through the beans when
a few weeks ago and the nettles seem to have been out in abundance where
woods had been cleared.
for all your comments which I can take into account next time I do any
to all who helped in setting up and running the event, especially David
Rose for time
and my wife, Jill, for providing first aid cover (even for dogs!).
MAIDS MORETON SUMMER SERIES RESULTS - 2nd July
|4.7K||Alex & Mike||3rd Buckingham||47:30||93|
|Andy & Matt||3rd Buckingham||52:00||Missed Most|
|Adam & Peter||3rd Buckingham||52:45||83|
|Matt & Cameron||3rd Buckingham||56:00||79|
|Team Eve||1st Winslow||126:45||35|
|Simon Bushell||1st Tingewick||52:45||85|
|Andrew & Richard||3rd Buckingham||78:10||Missed Some|
|Patrick & Keiron||3rd Buckingham||80:10||Missed Some|
|Jonathon Mair||3rd Buckingham||82:00||55|
|Jack Mair||3rd Buckingham||83:00||54|
|Andrew & James||1st Winslow||101:30||44|
|Tim & Richard||3rd Buckingham||105:30||43|
|Marian Cairns||1st Great Linford||111:45||40|
|Team Diana||1st Winslow||113:50||40|
|Phoenix ESU||Winslow ESU||123:05||Missed 2|
|Emily & Alexander||1st Winslow||125:35||Guessed a few!|
|Matthew & Michael||
From the SMOC point this was possibly not the best time to attract the bulk of the club but to those of you who this was the first of our summer series I hope you enjoyed it, you will certainly saw some parts of Buckingham not seen by the ring road users.
For the scouts Friday evening is a better date but I see that honours must mainly go to those with local knowledge which means next year we must move to Winslow to even out chances.
Thanks go to 1st Maids Moreton for allowing us to use their HQ as the Event Centre.
Roger Williams - 1st Tingewick, SMOC
|FOREST OF MARSTON VALE SUMMER SERIES RESULTS - 5th June|
|Short & Easy||L & T Price||33:55|
|2.0K||A & J Jeacocke||58:24|
|L & R Jeacocke||58:24|
|M & D Redman||43:55||88|
|Wendy & Jen||66:10||58|
|Long||Lap 1||Lap 2||T/Time||Points|
|Starting Young||Control with a view||Assembly||Party Control||Relaxed Organisation|
Thank you for coming along to Stewartby Country Park. I hope you enjoyed your run/walk. The sun may not have been shining but at least it was dry.
I planned and organised the event as a typical low-key Summer Series Event with some complications along the way. I made a few late concessions when I realised it was being advertised by the Country Park and on getting a few enquiries from other people. It was just as well I accepted the many offers of help that came in. 'Overwhelmed' I think was my feeling a few minutes after ten o'clock and I gratefully handed over to Keith, Stan, Rosie, David and the rest. Everything seemed to go swimmingly after that.
Apologies for the long grass and the undergrowth which certainly wasn't there when I planned the courses many weeks before. The reason for the early planning was an impending hernia operation which finally materialised just two weeks before the event, so no last-minute changes. I had concerns about the difficulty of the courses for non-orienteers and for the length of the Long Course but, judging by the results neither seemed to pose to many problems. Everyone I spoke to seemed to have enjoyed themselves and those who were out the longest seemed to have enjoyed themselves the most.
If you're new to Orienteering I hope you're now hooked and we'll be seeing you again at other events.
|BLUE LAGOON SUMMER SERIES RESULTS - 8th May|
|T & M Webster||92:17||47|
|S & J Holroyd||98:31||44|