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Live Results from the Australian Championships in Queensland.

Introduction to Orienteering at Wadmore Park on Wed 5th Oct. Registration by dusk on 2nd Oct essential

Entries now open for upcoming bush events

Next Training event on Wed 19th Oct in Kuitpo Forest

 

 

 


 
   
   

SA Schools Relay Champs beat the Floods!

Friday, 16 September 2016

Today in spite of the flooding of the River Torrens the SA Schools Relays went ahead at Bonython Park thanks to some quick thinking on the part of the organisers. Over 100 students in teams of 3 from primary and secondary schools took part in ideal weather conditions.


First Leg Runners are on their way!

Winners of the various shields were:

Girls Primary: Black Forest Primary School

Boys Primary: Goodwood Primary School

Girls Year 8-9: Glenunga International High School

Boys Year 8-9: Pembroke School

Girls Year 10-12: St Aloysius College

Boys Year 10-12: Pembroke School

Full Results Can be found by Clicking this Link

 
   
   
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