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Yvette Baker Trophy (YBT)

​National junior competition​

At the 2017 qualifier, Savernake

At the 2017 qualifier, Savernake

Last edited: Sun 18 Aug 2019

If our juniors can emulate their 2019 feat of qualifying for the final, we should have much less trouble getting there this time- it's 90 minutes away for most, at Westonbirt Arboretum.

To get an idea of what the Trophy is about, read on....

The YBT is an annual inter-club competition named after one of the most successful British orienteers. The local heat tends to occur at an event with a strong regional profile like a South West League event.

You can usually run your usual course, not the one prescribed by your age class.

2019- perhaps unsurprisingly given the distance involved, we weren't able to raise a full team to go to the final at Sandringham Estate, Norfolk.

2017- we ran local giants Bristol OK close, again at Savernake.

2016- we qualified for the final in Hertfordshire in July and our captain Chris Hasler drove everyone there in a minibus. Read more

  • Please contact Chris (see contacts page) if you can join us on 7 July


YearLocationResults & reports
2020- finalWestonbirt Arboretum, GloucestershireDetails (BOF)
2020- heat
2019North WiltsResults & report
2018QuantocksResults & report
2017North WiltsResults, Report
2016- finalHertsResults and reports
2016- heatMendipsResults & reports
2014- finalWest SussexResults Video
2014- heatEast DevonResults & reports
2013QuantocksResults & reports
2011DartmoorResults and reports, Article

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