East Devon CATI Events 2013/14
Please see the 2013/14 schools league table below, compiled after the 3 East Devon CATI (Come and Try It) events since September 2013.
Following their success at the Schools Score Championships in October 24 Junior Devon members headed off to Derbyshire representing Torquay Boys' Grammar School for the main event: the British Schools Championships.
Junior and Senior Score Champions
Well done to Torquay Boys Grammar School who are British Schools Junior and Senior Score champions following their successful weekend in Newcastle. Both teams showed their strength in depth with good runs throughout.
Seven Juniors from Devon travelled to Wareham this weekend to represent the south-west in the Junior Inter-Regional Championships. Congratulations to the whole team on achieving 3rd place. For the first time in 14 years the south west is back in the top three!
Axe and Lyme Areas /Sid and Otter Areas
See below for the new East Devon Autumn Coaching Programme.
Axe and Lyme Areas: Wednesdays 4.30pm - 6.00pm
Sid and Otter Areas: Fridays 4.30pm - 6.15pm
NB. For Friday 22.11.13 the coaching venue has been changed to The Byes, Sidmouth
20th September to 6th December, £2 per session. Please ensure you have warm layers, a waterproof and a drink with you for each session.
Congratulations to Devon member Grey Grierson (M16) who has achieved a stunning 2nd place whilst representing England in the Junior Home Internationals this weekend in Llangattock, South Wales (14th /15th September).
Night Event: 31st June 2013
The Harvester - a major night orienteering event, was held on the 31st June at Longmoor near Aldershot. East Devon entered an all Junior Team that comprised Kit and Grey Grierson from Ottery, Joss Knight from Talaton, Jonty Eaton Hart from Payhembury and Ellie Stone from Colyton.
Final 7th July 2013: Grantham, Lincs
Well done to all the Juniors who ran for Devon at the finals of the Yvette Baker competition at Grantham over the weekend. With the largest team there of 32 runners they excelled in the heat, and was it hot, taking the runners up position just two points behind the winners. Bearing in mind our "second team" were in eighth place that showed our strength in depth and it looks very good for the future.
Orienteering was represented for the first time today (Friday 28th June) at the Devon School Games, held at Exeter Arena.
Bulletin No. 9
Matt Atkins is now producing the club's Mailchimp Bulletins and sent out the latest one on November 1st. If you have not received it, please check your spam, as it originated from a new email address. (Devon Orienteering Club <>) It includes lots of club information, so do track it down!