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A farewell was made to Ben Windsor at the clubnight on 7th March. Chris Morley, who was WAOC Chairman when we first met Ben about 8 years ago, summarised the excellent work he has done for the club and presented Ben with a mug which featured Ben's maps.
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Thanks to Iain Stemp, there is now a WAOC club on Strava:
You can fined this here: www.strava.com/clubs/WAOC
or search for 'West Anglian Orienteering Club' in the club search on Strava.
Our annual prizegiving and AGM will be on 17 March in Milton.
Anne will arrange for the club trophies to be engraved with the 2017
winners' names, but she needs the trophies to be returned to her by mid
February at the latest.
So - if you have a WAOC trophy, please can you pass it on to myself or
another committee member e.g. at an event, or make your own arrangements
to return the item to Anne by mid-February.
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.
Colour coded badges are intended to give Orienteers of all ages a target to aim for. This article explains more about the scheme and how to earn a badge.
WAGAL is short for WAOC League. Members automatically earn points from participating in nominated club events, and each year the winners (with the highest points in their category) earn a prize! The current scoreboard is here:
Congratulations to Alex Wetherill for coming 3rd in the M14 class at the Scottish 6 Days, based in Royal Deeside.