Drumpellier Country Park, 12 February
Drumpellier Country Park is on the edge of Coatbridge, east of Glasgow, and has a wide variety of terrain around a loch, including mixed woodlands, open grassland and lowland heath, with a good network of paths and tracks and some gentle hills.
As at STAG's previous winter score events, there was a time limit of 60 minutes, with 25 controls, whose points value ranged from 300 to 700, with a maximum possible score of 12,500 points.
ESOC members in the top half of the results (35 competitors) were:
Martin Quirke – 6th (10,800 points)
Les Dalgleish – 10th (8,800 points)
Finlay Ross – 12th (8,190 points)
Margaret Dalgleish – 15th (8,000 points)
Heidi Ross – 18th (7,350 points)
Full results are available in the STAG Score 3 event item, on the STAG website.
This event was the third in a series of four; the first was at Pollok Country Park on 8 January (see this news item for a report); the second was at Strathclyde Country Park on 15 January (see this news item for a report); the final event is at Faskally on 30 April (see this event item on the STAG website for more details).
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