Strong performances from the WCOC contingent helped the North West Junior Squad achieve an impressive 2nd place (behind Scotland) at the JIRCs this weekend. For full results (and more pictures) click here.
Many thanks to the organisers (SN and GO) and to all the NWJS coaches.
Fundraising: WCOC Juniors work hard to raise funds for their activities by holding regular cake stalls and organising special fundraising events. The support of WCOC members at these is much appreciated. The juniors also contribute to the club and promote the sport of orienteering by planning and helping at events and coaching, including working with local schools. Click here for some notes on applying for grants - written by Katrina Hemingway in 2013.
For those of you who have not already noticed, have a look at:
Coaching (available from the Navigation tab on the Home page and also on the Members page) - relevant articles and upcoming coaching sessions
Hall of Fame (on Members page) - lists WCOC successes over the past 10 years
Junior Fundraising and Grants - information about what WCOC Juniors do and support they receive
Congratulations to the three WCOC junior teams who travelled to the midlands for this year's Peter Palmer relays - and returned with the trophy again, along with a second place in the Joan George competition! Many thanks to COBOC for organising and planning, and of course all the coaches and parents at WCOC who make such great achievements possible.
Three events based around Keswick: Long 9k, Middle 4K and Sprint 1.5k distance. You can do one, two or all three of these events, how many can you handle? Assembly will be next to Keswick Sports Centre with starts from 10:30 for all, closing times vary. Final Details.