ESOC local event in Edinburgh and the Lothians
Note this is a late change of area for the 17th February event. The event was originally scheduled to be at Dalmeny Estate but had to be changed in early January 2018, some time after the 2018 local event fliers were distributed. Corstorphine Hill is an equally good area, suitable for orienteering at all skill levels.
The results are here.
Winsplits are here.
The Corstorphine Hill event was well attended, and it was lovely to welcome so many newcomers and family groups as well as experienced orienteers. I hope everyone will be keen to do more orienteering, and it was very encouraging to hear so many enthusiastic comments.
Thanks to Ian and Eleanor for their great courses – and it was even a nice day!
Pepsi’s compass: contact me to get it back, or collect it at the event at Mary Erskine School and Ravelston Woods.
Anne Thom Organiser 07798 646423
Great running, great fun and great food, perhaps the social highlight of the year
Judy Bell reports on the actual run and the social while Mike Stewart adds in some background to the process of planning a social run. Photos added Wed 14th, more photos on Facebook
Looking ahead to socials in early 2018
ESOC socials are an ideal opportunity to meet other members in a warm and social atmosphere.
Pollok Country Park, 11 February
There was another good turnout from ESOC for the third event in this year’s South of Scotland Orienteering League, organised by STAG.
Pollok Country Park, Saturday 10 February
The 2018 Scottish Night Championships were organised by STAG, and there were some good results from ESOC, with 8 class winners despite difficult conditions.
Broxburn, 4 February
The prologue of this year’s ESOC Sprint-O was the second event of the 2018 Scottish Orienteering Urban League, and there were some excellent ESOC results.
Binning Wood, 28 January
The second event in this year’s South of Scotland Orienteering League was presented by East Lothian Orienteers, and saw a good turnout from ESOC, with some great results.