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New Blueprint Issue Out Now (Nov 2016)

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In this issue: Wedding Bells and an orienteering trip to Slovenia-Austria-Italy. This is our final Blueprint edition from Marina, with the departure of our favourite Russians to Canberra. I'm sure we'll bump into them at a few events.

Club Christmas Picnic

Keep Sat 17th Dec free for the Bennelong Christmas Picnic at Manly Dam. We have booked Table 1, the closest to the entrance. Parking inside the reserve is free to local residents only. Others may like to drop off their gear then park back in King Street outside the Manly Hydraulics Laboratory (250m walk). Table 1 has shelter, power and electric barbecues. BYO food and drinks. Seating is limited so you may also like to bring a fold-up chair. There will be water sports and short and long orienteering courses. You could also bring your mountain bike to ride around the dam.

New Aus Rankings are online

The Australian rankings for age group orienteers in 2016 have just been released They can be found on http://orienteering.asn.au/index.php/2016/11/09/2015-rankings/

Congratulations to Gordon Wilson ranked 1st in M65

Also placed were:

  • Eric Morris  2nd in M45
  • Darren Slattery 3rd in M35

Also mentioned on the list were:

SSS Forty Baskets - Balgowlah

Tonight Peter Hopper has set us a course on the Forty Baskets map at Balgowlah. There are some great lookouts and a nice bit of trail.

Full event info can be found here: https://eventor.orienteering.asn.au/Events/Show/4062

Update: Results are now online here.

SSS Round 2. Ups or Downs?

 

Week two down. Time to see who has maintained, who has gained and who the rest of us are.

This week's event was hosted by Garingal at North Epping. If you made it through the Epping Road traffic you will have been greeted with some fireroad and trails in the upper end of the Lane Cove National Park, some steep hills around the streets and some ominous skies at had many grabbing a plastic slip for their map. The National Park and steep slope down to the creek meant it was a long loop running along the top of the map, with just one other entry point. With lots of points along the track you had to venture down there if you wanted a 400+ score. It also gave you a sight of the map's namesake, Whale Rock.

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