Hucking Estate (DFOK). Kent Night Cup 3

Results & League updated

Thu 6 Oct 2016

Type of event: Local, Night, Score

Info updated: Thu 27 Oct


Event Report

This was my first visit to Hucking: must remember - it's an uphill Finish when starting near the pub!  Except for those in the vanguard, it was getting the right mix of 70s in the hills, and 60s for the long distance brigade. 31 enjoyed this night-time excursion, which included owls hooting in the woods.

Neil Crickmore won this time, getting all 20 in spite of having to visit 77 twice; and Alison Howe was the Ladies winner.

Thank you, Neil & DFOK, for a well-run competition.

Mark Glaisher

Pre Event Info


Nearest town: Maidstone

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