Try this jigsaw o-puzzle for size ..and see if you can solve inside 20 minutes (for the 100 piece option)
Or for a very trick one try this of Ash Ranges at 300 pieces
and the hardest Hindhead with rotated 300 pieces!!!
HINT: pieces are rotated by selecting with one click of the mouse and then right mouse click to rotate by 90 degrees
Given the current government advice, we are sorry to have to say that ALL our organised orienteering events and activities (including Wednesday evenings) are suspended until further notice. This applies across the UK.
We will make a decision on the position of the 2019/20 Junior League competition in due course, but probably not before Easter, and update this notice as and when further information becomes available.
Congratulations to the 36 juniors who raced to qualify for the Yvette Baker Trophy Final.
The team finished second, just four points behind Southdowns Orienteers, at Warlies Park, near Epping Forest.
As it was the first time this area has been used for orienteering, there wasn't much that could be done to prepare, but the team raced around the fast parkland.
Notable results for the team include:
- Aimee D. - 3rd Green Girls
- Jocie H. - 1st Light Green Girls
- Charlotte S. - 1st Orange Girls
- Tom D. - 4th Orange Boys
- Jake H. - 2nd Yellow Boys
- Daniel O. - 3rd Yellow Boys
- Charlotte L. - 2nd Yellow Girls
- Livia D. - 3rd Yellow Girls
Full results can be found on the CHIG website.
The Yvette Baker Trophy is an annual inter-club competition for juniors, named after Britain's first World Orienteering Champion, and consists of regional rounds and a final.
The final will be held by Bristol Orienteering Klub on 5 July, at Westonbirt Arboretum. Juniors - please mark in your diaries!
and it includes an SN member!
Congratulations to Peter Bray, one of 24 athletes named in the GB senior squad for the coming season. More info here on the British Orienteering news page.
Congratulations to Frank, Mel, and Charlotte for winning the Club Championships!
Congratulations to Frank Townley (M16), Sarah Rollins (W21E), Mel Slade (W50) and Jane Archer (W65) for winning the Southern Championships titles in the Forest of Dean on 1 December. Honourable mention to Woo Allen (2nd, W50).
Lots of medals for the club at the SCOA championships held at Bramshaw on 3 November. Gold for Tommy Rollins, Peter Bray, Peter Daplyn, Laurence Townley, Laura Barrett, Sarah Rollins, Helen Le Page and Mel Slade, plus a further 10 silver and 4 bronze.