Policy for Entry Fee Subsidy
The Club may encourage participation in official SN teams by offering an entry fee subsidy.
The level of subsidy is kept under constant review and is confirmed on an event-by-event basis as
notified by the Team Captain. The current policy (2014 season) is that competitors will be
subsidised by 50% up to a maximum of £5 per event (i.e. if entry fee per person is more than £10,
the maximum subsidy will be £5). The same policy will apply to both Seniors and Juniors. Any
competitive member of an officially entered SN team will qualify for the appropriate subsidy.
Members of other “closed” clubs may choose to run competitively for SN as their nominated
“open” club in any given year, in accordance with British Orienteering Rules Section 8, Eligibility
(specifically Rule 8.1). Such members will also qualify for entry fee subsidy where appropriate.
SN members may choose to enter other team-based competitions, but generally these will not be
as official SN club teams (e.g. White Rose Relays, Army Harris Relays) and will not qualify for
subsidised entry fees.
Further information on British Orienteering competition rules
Available via the British Orienteering web site. Follow links to Rules, Appendices and Guidelines
for the specific team events and competitions.
Event Rules Section 8 – Eligibility (rule 8.1 covers “open” and “closed” clubs)
Competition Rules D – British Relays (includes list of Championship classes)
Competition Rules H – JK Relays (includes list of Championship classes)
Competition Rules K – Harvester Trophy (includes handicaprules)
Competition Rules L – Yvette Baker Trophy
Competition Rules M – Peter Palmer Junior Team Relay
www.pgopage.co.uk/compasssport... – Compass Sport Cup (includes course/class
combinations and scoring system)
Related Information Pages
- Club Constitution
- Eligibility for SN Team Events and Entry Fee Subsidy
- Policy for Entry Fee Subsidy
- Sponsorship of selected athletes
- Free run policy
- Code of Conduct