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[-] Yellow (Length 1.4km, 9 controls)
|Martha Bryan||00:23:38||MP 6-8|
|Nathan Taylor||OD||M8||00:31:06||Ret after 4|
[-] Orange (Length 2.6km, 14 controls)
|John Wright||OD||M75||Failed Brikke|
|Nathanael Harding||KHVIII||M16||Failed Brikke|
|Seth Bryan||00:54:32||MP 12-14|
|Noah Bryan||00:25:51||MP 1-4, 8-11,13,14|
|Callum Pearman||KHVIII||M16||00:35:50||MP 5|
|Kerrie Flippance||OD||W40||00:21:20||Ret after 3|
|Kath Wright||OD||W70||00:59:56||Ret after 4|
[-] Green (Length 4.7km, 21 controls)
|15||William De Bolla||M21||00:49:34|
|Bruce Bryant||OD||M55||00:29:55||Ran as a score course|
|Richard Steele||OD||M50||Failed Brikke|
|Erin||M21||00:55:37||MP 16 -21|
|Carolyn Marr||OD||W65||01:07:39||MP 3, 16|
|Helen Baricer||OD||W50||01:02:34||Ret after 15|
Firstly, I owe significant thanks to a number of folk who made sure the event worked.... my involvement unfortunately being pretty much reduced to just the course planning due to work commitments. Bob Brandon was ever helpful in pulling everything together, John Middler kindly hung the controls and ran download, Kimberley Lunn (with Oliver and Felix) ran registration and Karin was as ever there to welcome newcomers. Dave Marr, Sheila and Peter Carey and Bob Brandon were all on hand to help collect controls at the end of the evening. Thank you to everyone, and if I have forgotten to acknowledge anybody, then my apologies.
Although there was a slightly chilly wind, there was an excellent turn out of around 70. People seemed to enjoy their courses and I received some positive feedback, which is always nice when you have planned. A few folk experienced some problems with their Brikkes, I hope that this didn’t upset your enjoyment of the woods.
John Middler, who did so much to make the event a success, has asked me to add:
“When asked to put out controls for Mike, I accepted with pleasure. It meant that I could have a nice leisurely stroll around Itchington Holt. I was able to enjoy the flora and fauna. I saw 2 pheasants and several small deer which I think were monkjack, a non native species. The weather was pleasant all day and not too hot. Kimberley, Felix and Oliver did a fantastic job on registration and coped well with the peaks and troughs as the masses descended.”
Thanks again to all who helped and entrants alike.
16/6/15: Orange Results corrected (Palul Stapleton had been omitted)