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The Wagal Scoreboard for 2019 is now up and running with points awarded for the Bush Heath event on 3rd February. The next WAGAL event is at Royston and Therfield Heath on 10th March. Best 4 scores count out of 6 events this year.
What's WAGAL? Find out here.
New for 2019 - The East Anglian Region is setting up an urban league. This will work in a similar way to the EA League which generally involves cross country orienteering events.
The winners of the 2018 East Anglian League received their trophies at Bush Heath yesterday. Photos of those present to receive their trophies can be found below (Peter was both the giver and a receiver!).
Here is a link to the EAOA junior squad website, which now has videos from the 2018 Laganlia summer training camp in Scotland, and a report from Barney, an East Anglian junior who took part.
WAOC Juniors running Yellow courses and upwards have the opportunity to train with the East Anglian Junior Squad and Juniors from TVOC at Maulden forest.
Action required: Please email training @ waoc.org.uk by Sunday 17th Februaryth February if you would like your child or children to attend
WAOC Seniors training session joint with TVOC.
Action required: Please email training @ waoc.org.uk by Sunday 17th February if you would to attend.
Congratulations to the following club members who topped the league tables for their age class in the East Anglian League.
|M21||Tom Beskeen||W12||Hebe Darwin|
|M45||Stephen Borrill||W60||Janet Cronk|
|M50||Dil Wetherill||W65||Noreen Ives|
Last year, Sport England worked with South London Orienteers in a project to help teenagers develop their orienteering skills. As part of this project, a series of eight short videos have been produced presented by athletes from the GB Orienteering team.
Alex Wetherill, our Junior Team Captain, has been selected to run for England in the Interland International orienteering competition to be held in Ardennes in France, in March 2019.