A few ESOC members competed at the 4th City of London race, with some great results.
Scone Palace, 22 June
Success for ESOC juniors at the Scottish Schools’ Orienteering Festival, at Scone Palace near Perth.
Palacerigg Country Park, 13 March
A return to wintry conditions did not deter ESOC regulars from attending the penultimate event in this season’s South of Scotland Orienteering League, organised by STAG.
John Muir Country Park, 27 February
There was a fair ESOC turnout with plenty of good results at the fifth South of Scotland Orienteering League event, organised by East Lothian Orienteers.
Lanton Moor, 20 February
The fourth South of Scotland Orienteering League event of this season was organised by Roxburgh Reivers, at a small forest on the edge of Jedburgh.
The Edinburgh City Race took place on Saturday, followed by SoSOL3 (also the East of Scotland Championships) on Arthur’s Seat on Sunday, and there was a great turnout from ESOC, with some excellent results.
16 January 2011
The 12th Glasgow Parks Championships, with races in 3 different Glasgow parks, had ESOC prizewinners in three of the classes.
Knock of Crieff, 12 December
There was a fair turnout of ESOC members at TAY’s annual fun event, based at the Famous Grouse Visitor Centre, with orienteering at Knock of Crieff.
Cloberfield, 19 September
A smaller than usual ESOC contingent braved the weather at the second event in this season’s South of Scotland Orienteering League, with good results, including a win on the Blue course.
Some ESOC members enjoyed 3 very different events on Speyside.
Janice Nisbet won the Women’s Supervet class at the 3rd City of London race.
Devilla Forest, 12 September
The first South of Scotland Orienteering League event of the new season took place on a beautiful day, with a great ESOC attendance and some excellent results.