Monday Evening Park Street Orienteering

For fitness and fun

Everyone is welcome

Enjoy an evening stroll or a more strenuous challenge.  Walk, jog or run Рbe as competitive or as casual as you like while getting to know your parklands and suburbs.

Courses for runners and walkers. Are you looking for new training options or just a fun way to exercise? Park Street Orienteering caters for all.

Monday series events are held all year round.

Summer Series: October till April (daylight savings) – southern and eastern suburbs.¬† Enquiries: Robert, 0413 399 403 or email [email protected]

Winter Series: April till October – eastern suburbs. Enquiries: Michael, 0418 650 350 or email [email protected]

Monday Evening Events

Summer Series October-March; Winter Series April-September

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Event Report – Tatterson

Such a shame that the wet weather kept many people at home, as we had a wonderful new map to play with! The park lends itself to orienteering, and there were half a dozen controls placed so that we could explore all corners. The wetlands and bridges along the edges offered route choice (and apparently tadpoles); the woodland maze offered something fun and unique; and the small quiet residential streets offered enjoyable running or walking with plenty of options for everyone. This map will definitely make a reappearance very soon; it was too good to waste!

Uncontested winner on A course was Andrew J; the upside to getting a bit wet, was the chance to get valuable points! On B, Jay, Mark and Rick were the quickest. C course saw Denise ahead of Martin, Eric and Stuart. On D, I was ahead of Pete and Hamish. Ian D took out PW with a score of 56, ahead of newcomer Susan on 52 and Lauris on 49.

On A, Andrew J has hit the front thanks to his win tonight. Steven and Andrew H are the next in line. Rick now joins Ted and Bruce in the top three on B1, while on B2, Mark and Robert switched positions behind Geoff. On C, Eric extended his lead over Ray and Dale, while on D, there was no change for me, Pete and Kerryn.

Changes in the PW divisions were a lead change on PW2 with Martine moving to first ahead of Ian and Bernie; another lead change on PW3 with Pam claiming top spot from Suzanne and Lauren; and a move into third on PW5 by Schon.

After a challenging few weeks, fingers are crossed for balmy conditions next Monday at Glenhuntly Gallop!

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