Whitehorse Wood (DFOK). Kent Night Cup 25

Thu 16 Mar 2017

Results have been posted


Type of event: Local, Night, Score

Info updated: Sat 18 Mar


Event Report

A Start and Finish at the centre of the map meant there was plenty of route choice, and with the higher value controls being within 500m there were good points scores available. There is a wide variety of terrain, with the slopes of open downland and thick woods, the finely detailed old army camp near the access road,and the mixed woodland to the W.

Thank you, Neil and DFOK, for putting on this round.

Next Thursday's event is the last of this season - the clocks change the weekend after. Positions in the League are closest in the Women's categories. Alison Howe will be the winner, but in both the Veteran and SuperVeteran Women there's all to play for!

Mark Glaisher

Pre Event Info


Nearest town: Meopham

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