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Category: Club ChampionshipMiddle Race - Mallards Pike

Category: OtherNight Urban Race - Chepstow

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Category: Club ChampionshipGaloppen - Mallards Pike

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Category: NGOC leagueLeague 2 - Bixslade

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Category: NGOC leagueLeague 3 - Highmeadow, TBC

4 March, 2018

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  • 27/01/18 – Training – Crickley Hill pied_piper_2101

    Date Event Signed From Forest Entry Organiser sat 27 Jan 11:00-16:00 Training Crickley Hill SO935163 GL4 8JY SO935163 GL4 8JY Coaching team During 2018 NGOC […]

  • Mid-week Training T1-Blakeney-7218

    Paul Horsfall writes: The club undertakes training sessions generally run on a Wednesday evening every other week. Details of these informal sessions are published on […]

Notices

  • Triple Gloucester Lost Property

    Set of O-kit – blue O-trousers, black gaiters, grey socks and Inov8 shoes, left in car park. Shoes stuffed with paper and drying out, clothes […]

  • Triple Gloucester 2018 – Helpers Needed CSC-CwmLickey-006

    Hils Nicholls is coordinating volunteer resources for the Triple Gloucester. We need everyone in the club to help us make this a memorable weekend for everyone, runners, families, and volunteers alike, so please do take a moment to sign up on Hilary’s helper sheet, which you can find here.

  • NGOC League – 2017, and 2018 CSC-CwmLickey-006

    Woke up this morning to a carpet of snow in the forest, so how lucky we were(or well organised?) to fit the final league race of 2017 in before all this arrived. It’s been a great year for the league, with bumper turnouts towards the end of the season, and an almost clean sweep of the top places by NGOC runners. Had Caroline Craig not been injured for the latter part of the season we may well have seen NGOC runners on top of every podium! Read on to see the league champions for 2017, and news of changes to the 2018 league.……

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NGOC goes cross country ski touring. Does anyone know anyone who knows how to try ski orienteering? Longing to have a go! ... See MoreSee Less

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Come along for the season finale of the Western Night League! For regular night orienteers this is a great final chance to drop a bad score from earlier in the season and climb up the league table!

For novice or inexperienced night orienteers, this is a chance for you to try out night orienteering in an accessible area where you should never be too far from something you can relocate on.

The format will be an hour mass start score event, so you will get the fun of all competitors scattering in different directions, and then coming together after 60 mins.

Please call me or message me if you want any information, encouragement or advice. We would be grateful if you could indicate whether you are coming below, so we can get the map printing right.

GO ON! You know you want to! Join the leagues of the Night Orienteers, we know that it's the most fun you can have on a Saturday night, so come and see for yourselves!
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BOK WNL Ashton Court

March 3, 2018, 6:15pm - March 3, 2018, 8:10pm

The Western Night League Season Finale! This mass start 1hr score event is where the final positions of the Western Night League Trophy, and the hotly contestet WNL Handicap Trophy will be decided. Y...

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This short and sweet fell race -up Pen Tir and back is on tomorrow from the village of Cwmdu. Part of the route is marked with a marshal at the top to tell you when to turn round and head home but if you're like Andy Creber, you'll spot a bramble infested 'short cut' back home! It is fun and it can be great fitness training for orienteering. On the Welsh Fell Running page looks like Tom Dobra is planning to take a load of orienteers from Bristol... Perfect mob match potential there - NGOC v BOK/BUOC!
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PEN TIR DROP FELL RACE. Sunday Feb 11th. 2018 2PM. £5. Hot drink and great cakes !! Part marked and turn-around marshal. Sorry no dogs.

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