Just a reminder, pre-registration for the CNOC Summer Series event on the
Curragh closes in just over 12 hours at midday tomorrow.
Pre-register here http://tinyurl.com/CNOCSUMMER
This is the last of the 4 events to count in the Summer League, your last
chance to gain points - the best 3 results count.
League standings after 3 events are at http://tinyurl.com/CNOCleague.
In all classes the lead could change if runners who have only run in 2
events show up tomorrow.
On the Long course veteran Angus Tyner leads junior Jonathan Quinn, but
Gerard Butler could still take the lead if he runs.
David Masterson is leading the Medium course, but junior Cian May & veteran
Heather Wood are not far behind, and Justin May & Siobhan Delaney are in
good positions after running 2 events.
The Short course is a battle of the 10s and 12s, with Shannon Baillie just
ahead of Caoimhe May & Laoise Ryan.
Zoe Tyner is the only runner to have completed 3 Adventure courses and looks
well in the lead, though Clodagh Rea might just challenge her.
Directions to the Curragh event: from the M7 Curragh exit head towards
Kilcullen, and after 1.8 km turn right (orienteering sign here). From the
Kilcullen direction this is the first turn left after Athgarvan school.
Keep right at the fork, turn left at the T-junction and keep left to the
parking at grid ref N 809 092.
Parking, Registration, Start & Finish are all close to each other.
Start times 18:00 to 19:30. Courses close at 20:30.
SI electronic timing will be used, SI cards will be available to rent if
don't own one.
Ruairi Short has planned 4 courses:
Long: 6.5 km, technically difficult, full leg cover advised.
Medium: 3.7 km, technically difficult, full leg cover advised.
Short: 2.1 km, straightforward navigation.
Adventure: 4.5 km, straightforward navigation.
The final event in the Summer Series will be on Tue 19th June in Hollywood,
West Wicklow, including prize-giving and the end-of-season barbecue.
In other news, the Irish Selection races were held in Scotland over the last weekend as well as the Irish 3 Day.
Reports a coming
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