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[-] Yellow (Length 1.8km, 12 controls)
|4||David & Linda Howarth||IND||M55 & W55||51:14|
|5||Ben Skudi||74th Scouts||M16||66:19|
|Mary Webb||WCH||W10||48:47||Missed No.12|
[-] Orange (Length 2.6km, 14 controls)
|3||Francis Badin & Julie Chevalier||IND||M21 & W21||33:41|
|9||Sue & Tim Wilson||IND||W50 & M50||51:37|
|11||Jane Walker & Liz Lowther||OD||W60||58:24|
|14||Kirill & Eddy (+ Kim)||74th Scouts||M14 & M12||81:31|
[-] Gold (20 controls)
|8||Kris & Erin||BAOC||M21 & W21||88:04|
|+4 minutes for a missed control|
|+2 minutes for a control in the wrong order|
|9||Inara Gipsle||TVOC||W60||50:24||46:24 + 4 min (Missed 104 (punched 124 instead))|
|10||Bob Brandon||OD||M65||52:39||44:39 + 8 min (4 controls in wrong order)|
|11||Keith Willdig||OD||M65||54:36||46:36 + 8 min (Missed 107 & 109 )|
|12||Bruce Bryant||OD||M55||59:12||35:12 + 24 min (Missed 104 and one set of Gold fireworks)|
|13||Ruth Lockley||COBOC||W60||65:39||61:39 + 4 min (Missed 103)|
|14||Phil Kirk||OD||M55||69:18||59:18 + 10 min (5 controls in wrong order)|
|15||Paul Quinney||OD||M45||71:41||51:41 + 20 min (Missed 115 & 8 controls in wrong order)|
|16||Carolyn Marr||OD||W65||77:01||53:01 + 24 min (Missed 103 & 120 and 8 controls in wrong order)|
|17||Henry Webb||WCH||M14||92:55||48:55 + 44 min (Missed 11 controls)|
|18||Martin Mizera||OD||M60||100:42||90:42 + 10 min (Missed 108 and three controls in wrong order)|
[-] OD 50 (Length 5.0km, 25 controls)
|Chris McCartney||OD||M45||41:04||Missed 21|
|Philip Pavey||IND||M21||45:49||Wrong 6 & 7|
|David Chandler||OD||M21||56:52||Wrong 23 and Missed 25|
|Jane Stew||OD||W55||86:55||Retired - Missed 14 - 25|
Itchington Holt is one of our favourite local woods so we enjoyed planning the courses, two of which (Gold and OD 50), celebrated OD’s fiftieth birthday. It was pleasing we had such a good turnout, a number of clubs within and outside the region represented, despite the weather (although the rain stopped before the first competitor started).
The Gold course (a series of fireworks) gave competitors the choice of the order in which they should complete the four fireworks but they had to complete the star controls within each firework in order - G-O-L-D, after visiting the central firework control. This did cause some confusion but congratulations to those who completed correctly.
The OD 50 course was a double sided map with the controls on the second page set out in the shape of a large 50 (and of course 5.0 km in length).
Unfortunately we had a problem with the positioning of control 104, in that only after the maps were printed and during our placement of the controls, we noted that the various holly bush thickets in this part of the wood were incorrectly positioned on the map. We decided (rightly or wrongly) to put the control approximately in the correct position (still next to a holly bush) but not the holly bushes shown on the map. This did cause some problems to some competitors but we hope did not spoil your enjoyment of the courses.
Suzanne & I would like to thank Karin Kirk for meeting and greeting new comers to orienteering and those who stayed until the bitter end (and it was bitter) to help collect the controls (as we had some competitors turning up very late after getting lost finding the venue), namely Peter and Sheila Carey and Bob Brandon.
Suzanne & Ian