June Midweek Score Series(3/4) Midweek Score,AlkincoatsWed 19 June, 2019
Local level event
Explanation of Event levels
- Training events are non competitive events used for training and coaching, aimed at members of the club, but they can attract people from neighbouring clubs, and are often ideal for newcomers to try the sport.
- Local events are usually low key and in the 'localised' area, ideal for newcomers to try the sport. Most clubs run some 'mini series' throughout the year as local mid week events.
- Regional events attract participants from around the local Region.
- National events are high quality competitions that will attract people from far away,
- Major events are Major Events such as a British Championships or the annual JK competition.
Excellent turn out for Alkincoats Park.
Katy Thompson scooped all 14 controls on the MIDI course but this time finished in under 45 minutes. She leads the MIDI league with one event still to go.
Competition is tight at the top in the MAXI League. Next week at Tockholes (60 mins time limit) will determine the outright league winner with only the best 3 of 4 to count. There could be radical changes as those who have only run twice so far can catch the leaders who will drop their lowest score. Anyone down to 8th in the table could, mathmatically, be the outright league champion next week.
Whether you are in the league or just want a run out, next week will be the best event in this years league. Tockholes is 100% mixed woodland with orienteering of the highest quality. Unlike Alkincoats the seasonal undergrowth is easily run through with (almost) no brambles or tangles anywhere.
Is a web browser app for sharing and comparing orienteering routes. You can draw your own route or upload a GPS track from your watch. It also allows you to watch an animated replay with a simulated mass start.
Midweek SCORE Series. Event 3 of 4.
This is the third event in the June Wednesday evening series designed for competition, practice and training.
(Next: 26th June FINALE Tockholes Woods (changed venue).
Simple format - See below for scoring rules:
- MAXI (21 controls) = hard score course
- MIDI (14 controls) = medium score course
Open to all abilities - novice, junior and adult competitors.
Turn up and go.
Near: Colne Lat,Lng: 53.86399,-2.18014 OS Grid Ref: SD882408 Postcode: BB8 9SF
Directions / Parking
Use the main public car park at the Rugby Club at the top of Harrison Drive. Registration here.
Map / Terrain
Alkincoats Park is a large public space with a mix of parkland, play areas, rough open and woodland, bordered by residential areas.
Registration and Start times
Registration: 6:15 to 7:00PM
Starts: 6:30 to 7:15PM
Courses close at 8:00PM.
45 Minute Score series: Two courses:
MAXI Course: TD5/4 (21 controls). Maximum score - 315 points.
Control numbers: 101 to 107 -10 points, 111 to 117 - 15 points, 121 to 127 - 20 points.
Small area rules: Visit 10s, before 15s, before 20s.
10 points penalty per minute late, or part thereof.
MIDI Course: TD4/3 (14 controls). Maximum score - 175 points.
Control numbers: 101 to 107 -10 points, 111 to 117 - 15 points.
Small area rules: Visit 10s, before 15s.
5 points penalty per minute late, or part thereof.
Control descriptions on the map will be IOF symbols.
A league table will be published weekly. Best 3 to count to the final result.
Seniors (M/W21+) £5
Juniors M/W20-) £2
First time orienteers, Free.
Dibber hire will be £1 and £40 if lost!
No dogs on courses please. They may be exercised in the park after the event.
Toilets may be open, otherwise none.
Contacts / Officials
Planner - George Crawford-Smith PFO
For general enquiries -