Park and Street Orienteering 

 

THE MILLENNIUM CLUB

&

MEFTY Award

 

 

Category

 

Method

 

Details

 The Millennium Club
Events attended since 1 Jan 2000

 

Rankings 30th June 2017

 

 
The MEFTY Award

Events attended in a Street-O year (Nov to Oct)
Award Winners

Two categories of information about your Melbourne Street Orienteering participation. Click on the links above, or scroll down,  for more information.

 

Latest news about The Millennium Club and the MEFTY Award.

Ian Davies is a LEGEND and Jenny Chapman is the Newest TMC Member

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Congratulations to Jenny Chapman who became an Associate Member of The Millennium Club last Wednesday night (5th July, 2017) when she completed her 500th Park&Street event on the Bayswater map.

Congratulations also to Ian Davies who becomes the latest LEGEND Member of The Millennium Club when he completes his 1000th Park&Street event on Wednesday night (12th July, 2017) on the Dandenong Creek map in Heathmont. Ian is the 43rd Melbourne Park & Street Orienteer to accomplish this milestone since counting of participation in Melb StreetO was formalised in January, 2000.

Recent News
Ian Davies is a LEGEND and Jenny Chapman is the Newest TMC Member Wednesday, 12 July 2017 Jenny Chapman became the an Associate Member of TMC last Wednesday (5th July, 2017) and Ian Davies becomes a LEGEND Member of TMC this Wednesday (12th July, 2017)
Newbury Navigators complete 750th StreetO event Thursday, 1 June 2017 Last night the Newbury Navigators became Companion members of the Millennium Club last night (Wednesday 1st June, 2017).
Reg Saunders, Jim Glaspole, Kathy Liley - A Legend, an Upgrade and a New member Sunday, 12 March 2017 Three stalwarts of P&S Orienteering add a new member to each of the three levels of membership of The Millennium Club.
Peter Beggs completes 500 StreetO events Monday, 27 February 2017 Tuckonie orienteer Peter Beggs becomes the newest Associate member of The Millennium Club.
Denise Pike is a LEGEND and Tim Hatley completes 500 Saturday, 11 February 2017 Denise Pike became a Legend Member of TMC and Tim Hatley became a new member of TMC last Wednesday 8th February, 2017

 

Legends of Park & Street Orienteering

The Park and Street Orienteering Committee sanctioned the formation of THE MILLENNIUM CLUB in 2009 to acknowledge and honor the long serving participants in Park and Street orienteering in metropolitan Melbourne. In 2013 the Urban Orienteering Committee extended the eligible events to include Geelong and Macedon Ranges Series and the Sprint into Spring Series.

Membership

Legend Member: Participates in 1000 Street-O events since the start of this millennium (1st January, 2000) and will be regarded as a full member of The Millennium Club. Legend members will be presented with a special TMC cloth badge(1000), a special TMC(Legend) key-ring and a Certificate of Recognition. Legend members will be identified with a number which represents the chronological order in which they have qualified for The Millennium Club.

 

Companion Member: Participates in 750 Street-O events since the start of this millennium (1st January, 2000) and will be regarded as a provisional member of The Millennium Club. Companion members will be acknowledged with a special TMC cloth badge(750).

 

 

Associate member: Participates in 500 Street-O events since the start of this millennium (1st January, 2000) and will be regarded as a provisional member of The Millennium Club. Associate members will be acknowledged with a special TMC cloth badge(500).

 

Attendance

Participation in all Melbourne, Geelong and Macedon Ranges Street-O events since the 1st January 2000 and the Sprint into Spring Series are recorded on The Millennium Club Attendance Database which is updated monthly. The database is displayed on the OV website for all Street-O participants whose attendance exceeds 100 events.

As at 1st April 2017, 42 orienteers had reached the Legend milestone, another 25 orienteers had reached the Companion milestone and an additional 45 orienteers had reached the Associate milestone.  (Total membership of 112.)

Note: (i)  Eligible events are those fixtured in OV’s Park and Street Orienteering Program (excluding Sunday Special and bush events). The Geelong and Macedon Ranges series were added to the eligible list in June 2013 and the TMC database have been updated to include all past Geelong and Macedon Ranges Series. The Sprint into Spring Series(Melbourne events) was also added to the list of eligible events in 2014.

           (ii)  Individuals who DNF will be recorded as having participated. (Must visit at least one control).

           (iii) Group entries will only be recorded where special circumstances exist.

           (iv) Individuals within groups will not be recorded.

           (v)  Course setters will be recorded as participating when identified in results.

 

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The MEFTY Award

Each year a perpetual trophy creatively carved from Tasmanian huon pine by Vic Sedunary is presented to the street orienteer who completes the most Park and Street Orienteering events in a Street-O year (start of Summer fixture to the end of Spring fixture). Eligible events are those listed in the official OV Park & Street Orienteering fixture except Sunday events.

This award is titled The M.E.F.T.Y. Award (The Most Events For The Year). Previous winners are honored below:

 

Year

M.E.F.T.Y. Award Winner

Events
2000
 Peter Kempster80
2001 Peter Kempster91
2002 Geoff Hudson95
2003 Judy Hopkins    
93
2004 Reg Saunders111
2005 Mike Hubbert116
2006 Ken O'Brien118
2007 Mike Hubbert109
2008 Ken O'Brien121
2009 Ken O'Brien138
2010 Josie Yeatman136
2011 Josie Yeatman147
2012 Noel McVey146
2013 Noel McVey135
2014 Debbie Dodd144
2015 Steve O'Connell162
2016 Debbie Dodd135

 

The 2016 MEFTY winner is DEBBIE DODD. Debbie attended 135 events during the Street-O year (start of 2015 Summer season to end of 2016 Spring season) and is now a dual winner of the trophy having previously won in 2014. Peter Yeates (131 events), the 2015 runner-up and Dale Howe (131events) were this year's runners-up.

Sixteen (21 in 2014, 22 in 2015) orienteers attended 100 or more events and seventy seven (88 in 2014, 86 in 2015) orienteers participated in 50 or more events for the year.



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