Archive of News and Information stored under the Leagues category.
The Huntingdon Urban event was our first WAGAL event of 2021. The remaining events this year will be North Cambridge Urban in September, Bush Heath in October, and Mildenhall South in September.
You can see the scores after one event on the WAGAL scoreboard, where you can also browse results from previous years.
The WAGAL Scoreboard for 2020 has been updated with points awarded for performances in our event at Rowney Warren held on 8th March, and the CompassSport Cup Qualifier round, held at Aspley Heath on 15th March.
Congratulations to the following, who each came top in their respective classes (full results here):
Kate Jarrett (W10), Alex Wetherill (M16), Tom Beskeen (M35), Emma Jarrett (W40), Stephen Borrill (M45), Dil Wetherill (M55), Sue Hartley (W60), Noreen Ives (W65), and Seonaid Dudley (W80).
All 6 qualifying events for 2019 have now taken place and the results have been used to compute the final version of scores for WAGAL, our club league.
You can see the results on the WAGAL scoreboard.
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.
Here are the final standings for the 2018 Evening League all 4 events.
Individual event results are here:
WAOC had four winners in the Essex and Suffolk Schools Orienteering League (ESSOL) for this academic year. Alex Darwin won the Year 3/4 Boys league, Hebe Darwin came 2nd in the Year 5/6 Girls, Jemima Borrill came 2nd in the Year 7/8 Girls and Daniel Hague came 2nd in the Year 9/10 Boys.
Congratulations to the WAOC category winners in the East Anglian League for 2017.
The full league table can be found on the League page of the EA website.
The presentation of trophies will be at the CSC Qualifier event at Shouldham Warren on 11 March.
The list of WAGAL events for 2018 will appear here soon. The first event this year yielding WAGAL points will be the CompassSport Cup Qualifier at Shouldham Warren on 11th March.
The winners for 2017 are revealed here.
What is WAGAL?
The WAGAL is WAOC's own club league. Club members automatically earn points depending on their performance relative to other club members, in a number of nominated events (usually events we organise ourselves) throughout the year. We award trophies annually to the male and female winners in different age categories. The current rankings, as well as a list of previous winners and results from earlier years, can be found by selecting the link "Current WAGAL scores" above.