Instead of travelling to North Yorkshire for the JK over Easter weekend, you can now orienteer from your sofa:
Check out this on-line navigation challenge.
‘Purple Pen’ is Planning software that Saxons has started using, and .......
After cancellation of the final 2 events in the series, winners were decided based on 24 events. There was a close finish in some categories!
Message from British Orienteering
It is with great sadness that we are now in a position where all orienteering activities in the UK have to be suspended with immediate effect.
Saxons showed character in Hampstead Heath race
Despite a much depleted team entry from Saxons this year, we managed first place in four of the six categories in which we competed. This matches our excellent performance in last year's qualifier...
Ever wondered what Routegadget is or how to use it? British Orienteering are running a webinar this Thursday (5th March) to answer all of your questions. Details of the webinar with a link to register are here:
England won both the overall and junior competitions this year. Ffion Bricknell was 2nd in her class. Congratulations Ffion
Sarah Howes was amongst 340 taking part in the National Night Championships in the Chiltern Hills, and took a podium place with 3rd in W60.
Selection to run for England
Ffion has again been selected to represent England at the Interland competition this year.
The competition will take place on the 1 March, this time in England at Burnham Beaches/Egypt Woods.
'Most improved Orienteer'
Ffion was awarded the Anita Kingdon Memorial Trophy at the Christmas KNC for the most improved orienteer in the 2018/19 season. Congratulations Ffion.
KNC at Kings Hill
After a fun run around the streets and alleways Saxons and friends from other clubs retired for a well earned meal