South West Orienteering Association
Best four of six to count. Please see the Organising Clubs website for event details.
|Sunday 4th June||NWO Relays||www.northwilts.org.uk||Lawns Park, Swindon|
|Sunday 25th June||Adams Avery||www.bristolorienteering.org.uk||Ashton Court, Bristol|
|Sunday 2nd July||Moonraker Relays||www.sarumo.org.uk||Dinton Park, Salisbury|
|Sunday 9th July||Furrow Hoppers||www.wimborne-orienteers.org.uk||Blandford Forum|
|Sunday 16th July||Hardy Relays||www.wessex-oc.org||Broadstone Rec, Poole|
|Sunday 23rd July||Devon Relays||www.devonorienteering.co.uk||Kings Tor, Pricetown|
A dominant performance by BOK this summer; winning five of the six races. A close second at the Hardy Relay being pipped by WSX at their home relays. Well done to WSX, QO and Sarum for not giving up the chase. For interest all the SWOA clubs scored in at least one relay. Although a good win BOK didn’t quite succeed in winning all six trophies. A feat only once achieved by mighty WSX in 2013.
The winning team is awarded the Chairman’s Challenge Trophy – a magnificent mounted piece of crystal.
The Rules may be found here
The 2012 Results can be found here
The 2013 Results can be found here
The 2014 Results can be found here
The 2015 Results can be found here
The 2016 Results can be found here
A history of relays in the SW can be found here.
The scorer is Gavin Clegg of QO: tel 07786 963712, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The WSX team with, from left to right: The Devon Relay Handicap trophy (the Byfoot Trophy); the Devon Relays Open trophy; the Hardy Relays trophy; the Adams Avery trophy; the overall Chairman’s trophy.
The NWO Relay trophy presented by Wessex OC.
The WSX team being presented with the Furrow Hoppers trophy.
2002 Devon OC – New Develites
2003 Wessex Whizzers
2004 Not awarded
2005 BOK Army
2006 NGOC Tauntons
2007 Quantock Orienteers
2008 QO Quicksteps
2009 Wessex Raiders
2010 Wessex Raiders
2011 Wessex Raiders
2012 Wessex Raiders
2013 Wessex Raiders
2014 Wessex Raiders
2016 Wessex Raiders