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Post CNOC Summer Series 2022 - No 3 - Emo Court
on: May 23, 2022, 10:39
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Hi all,

Entries are still open for tomorrow nights event in Emo - https://www.orienteering.ie/fixtures/emo-court-8/

Course lengths are as follows:
 
SHORT 2.5 km
Medium 5km
Long 8km
 
Courses will cover tracks, paths,  parkland and forest. Some parts of the forest has brashings  from recent thinnings that will impede running. Other areas of the forest has undergrowth shown with green vertical lines. Full leg cover for medium and long courses is recommended.
 
SIAC will be enabled, punching start and finish.
 
Car park is at: https://goo.gl/maps/6QHc2RNkGoqLjAXC9   From the M7, use Junction 15 as best (closest) exit.
 
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Post Re: CNOC Summer Series 2022 - No 3 - Emo Court
on: May 25, 2022, 10:00
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Last nights results from Emo are online now - thansk to all who came along:
https://www.orienteering.ie/result2/?oaction=moreResult&id=22497

I've also had a look at the league standings after 3/5 events (last event with the BBQ isnt counted towards the league - just for fun - best 3 out of the other 5 to count)
https://orienteering.ie/results/leagues/show_table.php?league=CNOC+Summer+Series&date_from=05%2F22&date_to=06%2F23&best_of=3

So, we'll sort out some prizes for best 3 men and best 3 women on each course - prizegiving at the BBQ in Hollywood

State of play so far:

On the Long: very close at the top for the men - just 400 points separate the top 6 runners, so all to play for there - Ivan Vasilkov currently leading the pack. In the ladies race, Deirdre Coyle is at the head (being the only lady to finish 3 events so far) - Zoe Tyner should jump multiple places however, once she runs her third event.

In the Medium: Brian Farren leading the men (with a very healthy average score of 1315 per race) - lots of runners have yet to complete 3 races. Closer in the ladies race, with Niamh Browne just leading over Orla Church and Aoife Masterson, and several ladies hot on their heels.

On Adventure: Zoe Moppet leads the ladies, but Deirbhile Hasset looks set to take the lead once she runs another race. Her Brother Fionn Hasset has a strong lead on the mens side, despite only having run two events but averaging 1424 points per race (so basically running away with it - literally)

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