ESOC is holding two informal night events in December and January.
Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series
Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series.
Everyone was a winner today. The sun shone on us; there were no rugby matches at the Royal High School (letting us use the whole map); Scotland beat Tonga (they had to turn the sound down when we arrived, but we could see bits of the match); loads and loads of people came (probably a record, but I haven't counted them all up yet); everyone was very patient in the queues for Registration and at the Start; Katy’s courses provided something just right for everyone (from little kids on White to top-class orienteers on Norwegian Map Memory); no-one got lost; everyone was back safely before it got dark; the whole atmosphere was amazing.
Grateful thanks to the Royal High School Sports Hub for the indoor room (imagine all those people registering and downloading at a tent); all the members of ESOC who manned the event (and got a bit more than they bargained for); Katy for planning the courses; and most of all, to all of you for coming.
Our next event is at Cammo on 17th January 2015. It will be every bit as good – don’t miss it. Details will be on the ESOC website: http://www.esoc.org.uk
Janet Clark Organiser
The Hirsel, 22 November
There was a good turnout from ESOC for the East of Scotland Championships, which was also the 4th event in the South of Scotland Orienteering League for 2014/15.
This includes preliminary information about the Hair of the Dog and our Anniversary Ceilidh.
Lots of things on the ESOC social calendar over coming weeks so make sure you update your diary.
Achlean, 16 November
There was unfortunately a low entry for the Scottish Score Championships this year, and relatively few ESOC members travelled north, but there were still some ESOC trophy winners.
The 2014 Club Championships trophies were presented at the Club Championships social on 9 November - congratulations to all this year's winners!
Croy Hill, 9 November
The third South of Scotland Orienteering League event of the 2014/15 season was organised by Clydeside Orienteers, in glorious weather, and had an unexpectedly high attendance.