This trophy was donated by the Club’s founder and is awarded annually at the Club Dinner. It is awarded to a member who has made an outstanding contribution during the year. This can be based on outstanding competitive results, service to the club in the year, or a combination of both; long-term service to the club is a further criterion.
Nominations are required for this.
Donated by Bob Carey Senior to be awarded to the Club junior member who has achieved the most outstanding result or set of results during the year, particularly in respect of such events as the JK and British. Representing England/Great Britain at international level is a further criterion. Nominations are required for this trophy, which is presented at the Christmas party.
Donated by the Haw family in memory of junior club member, Jennifer who died from Leukaemia in 1995. This is awarded to the club junior who has achieved the highest cumulative West Midlands League score.i.e. Their scores at all the events added together. This excludes the winner of Bob’s Dad’s Trophy. This trophy is presented at the Christmas party.
Donated in 2002 by Ginny and Debbie Haw in memory of Club member, Tony. This is awarded on the basis of the Handicap results from the Score event held to raise money for the Leukaemia Research Trust. This trophy is presented at the Christmas Party.
Tony Haw Charity Score Competition Rules are available here.
These are awarded annually at the Christmas Party to the winners of the Club Championships. There is also a small banner for each winner and one for the winner of the Handicap Trophy. The Handicaps are based on performances by club members at West Midlands orienteering events over the year.
OD Club Championships Rules (MS Word .doc format) are available here.
2011 Handicaps are available here.
|Category||Age Class||Course Colour|
|Junior Men||M16-||Light Green|
|Junior Girls||W16-||Light Green|
|Open Men||Any M||Brown|
|Open Women||Any W||Blue|
|Vintage Women||W60+||Light Green|
Competitors must run in either their own age group or the open to be eligible.