Vivary Park JOG
When there's an after dark event afterwards, the JOG session is for some a warm up...but not at Vivary Park it wasn't! Although the sun was out, it was such a bitterly cold afternoon it actually felt warmer at the QOAD event
Jim Mallinson had planned Hare, Squirrel and Fox courses around the Park but the Badger took competitors into Wilton and around the perimeter of the golf course.
Unbelievably, the temperature warmed up for the QOAD that followed. This was our first partly urban QOAD and we had more people attending than normal. This was partly because it was a good chance for our juniors to have a go accompanied by an adult. So welcome to the QOAD fold, Freddie and Martha MacPherson, Andrew Page and Hamish Braine-Clarke.
- Roger Craddock
Pictures: Jim Pearson
Captions: Judy Craddock
QO to host junior team regional heat
The club have accepted the opportunity to host the qualifying round of the Yvette Baker Trophy. It will be held together with our Galoppen (South West League event) at St Audries on Sunday 8 April. Hopefully we'll have lots of juniors able to make it to give us the best chance of advancing to the next round.
After Saturday's freezing cold JOG, wouldn't it be nice to be able to enjoy this orienteering lark somewhere just a little warmer? Like say in front of a roaring fire? Well, you're in luck, as an orienteering-themed board game has been released in time for Christmas - read more
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