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South Yorkshire Orienteers have over 200 members ranging in age from 5 to 85. There is a wide range of ability and experience within the club from beginners to elite orienteers, who represent Great Britain all over the world. We offer a friendly and informal welcome to the sport - supporting adult and junior beginners and more seasoned orienteers alike with coaching and a programme of regular events.

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Sheffield Success at the British Schools Champs

Published Sunday, 27 November 2016 13:13

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There were amazing results for many of our junior members at the British Schools Champs at Sutton Park. 70 Sheffield children competed from 16 different schools plus a contingent of home schooled children.

Nether Green Primary

Nether Green Junior School won the trophy for the best overall primary school and Hunters Bar Y5 girls took team silver. In the secondary school category High Storrs Y7 boys took the victory and the Y9 girls were bronze medalists.

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There were plenty of individual successes too for SYO juniors: Freya Tryner 1st Y5 girls, Imogen Pieters 1st Y6 girls, Jamie Lightfoot 1st Y6 boys, Conrad Reuber 3rd Y6 boys, Euan Tryner 1st Y7 boys and Dom Dakin 2nd Y10 boys.

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CSC Final - A great Success!

Published Monday, 07 November 2016 12:06

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Well done to everyone who competed and helped at the Compass Sport Cup Final. It was a real club effort and a tremendous success. It is particularly impressive that we managed to finish 2nd in the competition, despite many members having worked on long shifts in the early rain. Huge thanks must go to organiser Melinda Riley and planner Colin Drury, who gave up hours and hours of their time. Thanks also to Peter Guillaume who designed and built an impressive race arena, Lesley Ward for handling all the entries and Mark Dakin for co-ordinating the huge volunteer force.

It was also great to see such a mix of experienced and new members running on behalf of the club and particularly pleasing that all the juniors completed the very challenging orange and green courses. Congratulations must go in particular to the 25 members who scored for the club: Nic Barber, Dane Blomquist, Andy Preston, Nick Barrable, Al Buckley, Michael Adams, Pete Tryner, Cat Taylor, Kim Baxter, Laura Goy, Rachael Rothman, Tim Tett, Charlie Adams, Nick Lightfoot, Colin Smith, Jenny Peel, Lucy Weigand, Juliette Soulard, Peter Gorvett, Bill Hanley, Brian Shaw, Louise Adams, Yasmin Field, Alex Elliott and Euan Tryner.

Burbage Moor Event 6th November

Published Tuesday, 25 October 2016 11:08

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You could be orienteering here on November 6th!

See Flyer for details.  Please pre enter via Fabian (to guarantee a map) or EOD (there should be enough maps for everyone to do the course they want).

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