Updated Inter-Club Championship results after SOL6 show some interesting changes to the tables!

With the excitements of the Scottish Junior Team winning the Junior Home Internationals last weekend it would be easy to overlook the effect the Loch Vaa Middle Event and Creag Dubh SOL6 has on the Inter-Club Championship tables. The tables have been updated and it is great to see Glasgow and Stirling Universities making their first entry into the small club division.

Control 142/ Loch Vaa Photo Credit: William Ivory

In the Large Clubs, Moravian (MOR) have climbed ahead of MAR Orienteering Club (MAROC) into third place. If momentum can be maintained they have potential to challenge Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club (ESOC) for second place but Forth Valley Orienteering (FVO) look unassailable in first position.

The results in the Juniors Small Clubs is balanced on a knife-edge with only the equivalent of two good runs separating East Lothian Orienteering (ELO) juniors from Tayside Orienteering Club (TAY) juniors.

In the top ten of all scorers Dave Robertson of Clydeside Orienteers (CLYDE) and Matthew Gooch of Edinburgh University Orienteering Club (EUOC) have notched up their 10th scoring runs and made it on to the table

It is still all to play for! See the updated via this link Inter Club Champs after SOL6