Judy Craddock reviews the second half of the JOG term just ended. She recounts surreal scenes at the Huish Wood scout camp which played host to a variety of groups one Saturday lunchtime, with JOGgers dodging scouts in pink tutus and posh diners...
SEOUL League runner-up's account of the season
From Page boy to SEOUL boy!
Andrew Page (M12) diarised his family's travels throughout the historic towns and cities of the south in 2016 while taking part in the southern urban league.
Brighton Street race & weekly round-up
Gavin Clegg reports from Brighton where he and Andrew Page dodged the Christmas late night shoppers and revellers to place yet again in the final southern league street race of the season...
After the mammoth effort of the QWO, the club members seek some relief by putting on a simple low-key event! Roger Craddock reports from the final event of JOG for this term, which was held on the Meadow last Saturday...
With his trusty headtorch, Elliot Smith quite literally shone at QO's Weekend of Orienteering at Ramscombe winning the Southern Nights championship on the Saturday evening.
Andrew on course for second
The latest standings in the street leagues...after his 3rd place in the Oxford SEOUL at the weekend, even with one race to go, Andrew Page will be second. Both are fantastic achievements – very well done Andrew.
Round-up Sat 19th & Sun 20th November
A muddy Kings Cliff plays host to a junior and nights double-header. Meanwhile the Page family continue their tour of southern England's shires and spires for the Oxford City race, where Andrew chases a podium place in the Southern urban league...
plus JOG report
Heather Green had an excellent result near Charminster on the South Coast on Saturday (12th November). She won the Orange at Wimborne's Stonebarrow event, with parents Rob and Elaine 5th and 9th respectively on the score. Full results on the WIM website.
Close win for Andrew
Remember remember the 5th of November... well Andrew will! The Page family made their way to Salisbury for Andrew to compete in the South of England Urban League. He won the MYJ class by 24s and is now second in the overall League with three races left.
Judy Craddock reports on the start of the new junior 2016-17 season, with four events to review in September and October...