FVO work hard to claim the 2022 Jamie Stevenson Trophy
After missing a couple of years due to covid, it was great to see lots of smiling faces on Moncreiffe Hill yesterday for the 2022 Jamie Stevenson Trophy.
Twelve clubs from across Scotland brought teams along to enjoy this junior inter club competition. The sun shone and there were smiles all round for the club parade started off the event.
Rona Malloy of Forth Valley Orienteering (FVO) did a great job of cheerleading the mass warm up before the individual races got underway.
The weather was kind and allowed everyone to mix and build on that team spirit or even get to know juniors from other teams at an assembly with a view. There were also cakes and other spot prizes being awarded to the younger juniors for effort, resilience or just some funky outfits whilst the older juniors had to prove their knowledge of orienteering symbols to bag a prize!
Congratulations to FVO for winning the 2022 Jamie Stevenson Trophy. They worked hard as a team and it was great to see the counting scores for the win coming from some of the younger members of their team.
Mention should also be made of Inverness Orienteering Club (INVOC), who came a close second having made a training weekend out of travelling to the event and fielded the second largest team. Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club (ESOC) fielded the youngest team and showed great potential for the future.
There were some excellent individual results and it was great to see faces from even some of our smallest clubs, Badenoch and Strathspey Orienteering Club (BASOC) and Loch Eck Orienteers (ECKO), on the podium. All club and individual results can be found on
Some of the biggest smiles of the day could be seen on the faces of Moravian Orienteering Club juniors who won the prize for the most supportive club – let’s hope they didn’t eat all the sweets on the way home!
Big thanks are due to the Scottish Junior Orienteering Squad (Scotjos) and the various parents/ volunteers involved in making the day happen.