Scottish Championships 2014

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The 2014 Scottish Championships were held in beautiful Highland Perthshire during the Spring Bank Holiday Weekend, 24-25th May.
Read on for results, reports and RouteGadget.

01st Jun 14

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Individual at Dalnamein inc. controller's report. Individual Results and RouteGadget

Congratulations to our new champions, Claire Ward & Graham Gristwood.

Relay at Newtyle Hill inc. planner's & controller's reports. Relay Results, RouteGadget by letter (A,B,C etc.) so easy to compare. You can also add your comments about each day.

Congratulations to our relay champions: Men: Interlopers CompassPoint 1 (Alex Carcas/Oleg Chepelin/Murray Strain) Women: FVO Female Flyers (Fanni Gyurko/Janine Inman/Fiona Berrow)

Medals & Mementoes The promised “Medals for 1st/2nd/3rd in Individual Junior A classes and M/W 18/20E and for 1st/2nd/3rd in the three Junior Relay classes” unfortunately did not arrive in time for the Prizegiving. These will be distributed to the intended recipients as soon as possible. There are “Mementoes for 1st/2nd/3rd in all Individual and Relay classes”. If you weren’t at the Prizegiving to collect your purple shoe-bag with SOC2014 logo, they will be available at the British Champs and the next few Scottish events.

Lost property Angela Dixon has a navy blue craghopper fleece that was left in the first aid tent at the relays.

Individual Scottish Champions

W10 Iris Macmillan ECKO
W12 Lizzie Stansfield FVO
W14 Grace Molloy FVO
W16 Emma Wilson CLYDE
W18 Jennifer Ricketts MAROC
W20 Rona Lindsay EUOC
W21
Winner
1st Scottish Club member
1st Native Scot

Claire Ward
Claire Ward
Hollie Orr

ESOC
ESOC
LOC
W35 Janine Inman FVO
W40 Fiona Forrest RR
W45 Jenny Peel SYO
W50 Hazel Dean FVO
W55 Lindsey Knox RR
W60 Mary Williams ESOC
W65 Liz Godfree DVO
W70 Eleanor Pyrah ESOC
W75    

 

M10 Jamie Goddard FVO
M12 Matthew Gooch MAROC
M14 Alastair Thomas WCOC
M16 Alex Carcas INT
M18 Alexander Chepelin GRAMP
M20 Joshua Dudley MAROC
M21
Winner
1st Scottish Club member
1st Native Scot

Graham Gristwood
Graham Gristwood
Murray Strain

FVO
FVO
INT
M35 Ross McLennan FVO
M40 Roger Goddard FVO
M45 Andrew Dale ECKO
M50 Dave Robertson CLYDE
M55 Martin Dean FVO
M60 Rob Hickling GRAMP
M65 Tim Sands BASOC
M70 Neil McLean GRAMP
M75 Jim Clark ESOC

Relay Scottish Champions

M Open INT CompassPoint 1 Alex Carcas, Oleg Chepelin, Murray Strain
W Open FVO Female Flyers Fanni Gyurko, Janine Inman, Fiona Berrow
Junior BOF 36- MAROC Wrens Joel Gooch, Ewan Musgrave, John Getliff
Junior BOF 44- FVO 12 Grace Molloy, Benjamin Parkinson, Clare Stansfield
Handicap overall MAROC Eagles Ross McMurtrie, Rosie Getliff, Ewan McMillan
Handicap Junior MAROC Woodpeckers Callum Roberts, Abigail Mason, Jennifer Ricketts

Eligiblity & Trophies

Trophies shall be available to the first Scot in each age group. For this purpose members of Scottish open Clubs shall be automatically recognised as “Scots”. Other orienteers wishing to be classed as “Scottish”, such as those born in Scotland or long-term Scottish residents currently living outside Scotland or competing for their university, must make their status known to the organiser before the race

“Scots” are any one of the following

a] born in Scotland

b] have at least one Scottish parent

c] be a member of the Scottish Orienteering Association

For the M21E and W21E classes there will be three trophies – Winner, Scottish Native Champion and best Scottish Orienteering Association Member. Scottish Native Champions must have been born in Scotland and not just member of the SOA.

Please would all last year’s winners, including Relay Teams,  remember to have their trophy engraved and polished ready to be presented again

SOA Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Orienteering Association will be held at 6.00 pm on Saturday 24th May 2014 at Blair Atholl Village Hall, Blair Atholl, PH18 5SG (GR NN871653), more details about the AGM.

Local area information

May is a gorgeous month in Perthshire and there are plenty of other activities on offer during the Spring Bank Holiday Weekend including:

The Festival of The Arts in Perth City Centre

Blair Atholl Highland Games with the Atholl Highlanders Parade

Bungee Jumping at Killiecrankie

Wildlife Spotting near Aberfeldy

www.highlandperthshire.org - Official Destination Marketing Organisation website for the area. You will find both accommodation and Things To Do information on this site. 

www.highlandperthshire.org - This site is built by a self-funding Tourism Cooperation Group within the area.

www.visitscotland.com - Scotland's Official Tourism website.

www.athollestateslodges.co.uk - Self-catering lodges and Caravan/camping ground in the Blair Atholl area.

www.dunkeldandbirnam.org.uk - Dunkeld and Birnam Tourism Association

TAY and Tummel Festival, in Birnam celebrating Highland Perthshire's Whisky, Food and Culture

Hostels

www.jessiemacs.co.uk - Independent hostel in Birnam. Can be rented by groups for self-catering.

www.syha.org.uk - Scottish Youth Hostel Association. Pitlochry would be the nearest hostel to the orienteering areas.

Caravan / Campsites

www.invermillfarm.com - by Dunkeld

www.fonab.co.uk - Milton of Fonab Caravan Park in Pitlochry

www.faskally.co.uk - Just outside Pitlochry

www.blaircastlecaravanpark.co.uk - in Blair Atholl

Posted on 01st Jun 14