Bushrangers team to New Zealand

Ian ProsserUncategorized

OA is pleased to announce the Australian Bushrangers team to travel to New Zealand on the first weekend of June for a test match against the New Zealand Pine Stars. The team is: W20 Abigail George Arabella Phillips Caitlin Young W21 Bridget Anderson Krystal Neumann Aislinn Prendergast M20 Dante Afnan Duncan Currie Thomas Garbellini Alastair George Daniel Gray Angus Haines … Read More

2019 Silva Medal – Progress Scores after 5 Events

Darryl ErbacherUncategorized

2019Silva Medal Progress Scores The Silva Medal winner is the orienteer with the maximum number of points accumulated from their best six events. In the event of a tie, the Silva Medal will be determined by count back using the average of the six best winning margins. In 2019 the relevant events will be: 20 April Day 1 3-Days Scotts … Read More

NOL Points after Round 3

Ian ProsserUncategorized

Point scores in the National Orienteering League following the Australian sprint and middle distance championships in WA can be found here. The Canberra Cockatoos continue to lead senior men and both junior categories and Victoria the senior women, but NSW Stingers closed the gap quite a bit in junior men. In the individual categories Henry McNulty (WA), Natasha Key (Vic), … Read More

2019 Silva Medal – Progress Scores after 4 events.

Darryl ErbacherUncategorized

2019Silva Medal Progress Scores The Silva Medal winner is the orienteer with the maximum number of points accumulated from their best six events. In the event of a tie, the Silva Medal will be determined by count back using the average of the six best winning margins. In 2019 the relevant events will be: 20 April Day 1 3-Days Scotts … Read More

2019 Silva Medal – Progressive Scores

Darryl ErbacherUncategorized

2019Silva Medal Progress Scores The Silva Medal winner is the orienteer with the maximum number of points accumulated from their best six events. In the event of a tie, the Silva Medal will be determined by count back using the average of the six best winning margins. In 2019 the relevant events will be: 20 April Day 1 3-Days Scotts … Read More

NOL points after Round 2

Ian ProsserUncategorized

The point score for the National Orienteering League following Easter in WA can be found here. The Canberra Cockatoos lead the senior men and both junior classes with Victoria leading senior women. In the individual competitions Natasha Key, Simon Uppill and Tara Melhuish are looking strong to defend their victories from last year although there are many races to come. … Read More

2019 Australian JWOC team

Ian ProsserUncategorized

Orienteering Australia has offered the following athletes a place in the Australian team for the Junior World Orienteering Championships in Denmark in July. Congratulations to all athletes: Women Mikayla Cooper Tas Ella Cuthbert ACT Joanna George SA Tara Melhuish ACT Caroline Pigerre Qld Caitlin Young ACT Men Dante Afnan SA Alastair George NSW Angus Haines SA Aston Key Vic Patrick … Read More

National Orienteering League Round 1

Ian ProsserUncategorized

There was some exciting racing at Hill End last weekend for the first round of NOL 2019 with a relay and a long distance race. Some things stayed the same and others were new. Victorian and Canberra Cockatoos continued from last year to lead Senior Women and Men respectively and the Cockatoos also lead Junior Women. What was new was … Read More