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Results - Fireclay Gully 15 Nov 2017

Results for yesterday's Summer Series orienteering are now online here.
A big thanks to Michael Halmy for setting a tricky course without an obvious loop, and controls in the bush areas of that map that meant some time could be saved with a bit of corner cutting between tracks.

Results - West Sydney Summer Series - North Rocks

Results for Sunday mornings WSSS are now online. The West Sydney series aims to introduce orienteering to more people, as the SSS is more North Shore focused and a bit far to travel. Unfortunately the inch of rain overnight and and drizzle on the day kep a few away, but we still had 38 people in 34 entries brave the weather. Results can be found here.
 

Results - SSS Gore Cove, Wollstonecraft

Results for tonight's SSS at Wollstonecraft are now online. We had 225 entries, which must almost be a Summer Series record. A big thanks to The Men's Shed for the venue, and to course-setter Brett for his great course and organisation.
http://www.bennelongnorthside.com.au/?q=results_sss-20171018

Wins at Cataract Scout Camp Metroleague

Congratulations to our 2 juniors competing in the NSW Schools Championships in the Wollongong area.
Clyde McGhee was a convincing winner in the M13A middle distance at Cataract Scout Camp on Saturday. Clyde couldn't come on Sunday because he was playing in his football grand final and his team won 3-2. 
Tshinta Hopper was 3rd in W16A at Cataract on Saturday and won convincingly on both morning and afternoon run at Wollongong Uni to take the Sprint title in W16A. I was very impressed with this as Tshinta had the same course as me and she flogged me on both runs.
 

Moonlight Madness - North Ryde

Results now online here.

Wed 5 Jul - Bennelong will host another round of Moonlight Madness! Typical Summer Series minute score course format, but under moonlight. This round Bob Morgan has set us a fun run starting from ELS Hall Park in North Ryde.

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