EMOA Sprint Championships: Sunday 23rd June 2019

LOG will be hosting the 2019 edition of the EMOA Sprint Championships on Sunday 23rd June at Witham St. Hugh’s, nr Lincoln. Covering a range of age classes, across three separate courses, and featuring a prologue followed by a reverse chase, entries are now available via Fabian here.

Provisional details are available via the event page here.

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Coaching for Juniors

We are running a series of four coaching sessions aimed at Juniors. John Mather is leading on each of the sessions which are an opportunity for Juniors new to the sport to get to grips with the basics and for more experienced Juniors to undertake some practice in a non-competitive setting. Parents are warmly welcomed to attend – and join in.

The sessions all take place at Hartsholme Park, Lincoln, starting 1.45pm and lasting for around an hour, hopefully finishing in the Café afterwards! Juniors don’t need to attend all the sessions, just come along to as many as you want to.

The dates are:

27th April
11th May
25th May
8th June

It is essential that you email beforehand to let John know you are coming – to send out more details and for map printing – please email at j.mather[AT]ntlworld.com

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Spring Series 6 – Ostler’s Plantation

Ostler’s Plantation offers some of the most runnnable forest of all of LOG’s mapped areas and this week’s Planner Kev Rice made good use of it across all three courses, opting for a traditional line course for the Technical. Some of the areas mapped as mid or dark green are now beginning to open out giving wider route-choice options than was perhaps the case a few years ago.

On the Short Course Patricia Simmonds made it her own, whilst over on the Long Course PJD, Ian Crowe and Doug Stewart made it the 1-2-3. Liam was absent from the Technical this week – car trouble – and Justin Williams took full advantage storming round in under 24 minutes; Paul M and Andrew R took second and third.

This was the sixth and final event of the series and the series winners were:

Liam Harrington – Technical – 200 points (maximum score)
Tanya Taylor – Long – 199 points
Alison & Alison and Isabel May – Short – tied on 98 points

Mention also to newcomers Ian Crowe and Doug Stewart taking second and third on the Long Course.

Prizegiving to take place at the East Midlands Sprint Championships on 23rd June at Witham-St-Hughs

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Lincs Urban League- Race 1: Wednesday 26th June

The 2019 Lincs Urban League, courtesy of the combined efforts of the two county clubs, LOG & HALO, will begin with the first event on Wednesday 26th June at the newly mapped area of Quarrington, Sleaford, with three courses on offer, catering for all levels of orienteer! Starts from 5:30pm and all the details of the event and the series as a whole will be published soon.

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Compass Sport Trophy 2019

A closely fought CST heat at Sherwood Pines saw WAOC progress to the final, with LOG finisihing 4th:

WAOC 1279
EPOC 1277
NOC 1267
LOG 1249
HALO 1185
PFO 1159

The LOG point scorers roll of honour:

Tanya Taylor 100
Hannah Mather 100
Hazel Williams 98
Amanda Roberts 97
Jo Nell 96
Kevin Swinbourne 96
Ally Wright 96
Paul Murgatroyd 96
Justin Williams 95
Liam Harrington 95
John Mather 95
Craig Lucas 93
Ann Gibbs 92

And those that contributed by pushing other teams’ scorers further down:

Paul Barnes
Holly Haywood
Clare Hanna
Julie Mendes
Martin Wheeler
Michael Nell
Nick Lyons
Ben Mather
Toby Williams

Congratulations to WAOC and SYO & DVO in the Cup competition and thanks to NOC for organising.

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Fight the Night – Finale

The results for the fourth and final event can be found here, with the finale results table available here.

Congratulations to Cup winner, Anne Gibbs, and runner-up, Brian Ward, with Liam Harrington taking home the highest non-handicapped total prize from across the four races. The minor prizes were claimed by Nick Lyons (Trophy), David Jolly (Plate) and Philip-Johnston Davis (Vase).

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