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 – be 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. Enquiries: Robert, 0434 320 845 or email [email protected] Monday Evening Events October 2018-April 2019 Check for events Monday Evening Results Event 24 Results Now Up! Check your result Event Report – Mulgrave There’s a very good reason why Rick won Course Setter of the Year, and his considerable skills were on display again this week at Mulgrave. How many fell for the temptation of starting with 19 and 20, only to realise their mistake too late? Looks like a few A course regulars were MIA, leaving Steven, Andrew J and Ben to take full advantage and seal the top three places. On B, Ian won out over Jay and Alaster. Fastest on C were Chris, Mark and Katherine. First back on D were Murray, Helen and Pete (completing his 1999th event!) Andrew was a comfortable winner on PW, scoring 62 points, ahead of Dave, Ros and Michael on 54. Well, next Monday is the LAST scoring event! If you’ve notched up 12 events, you’d better come along to earn your full complement of points, and maybe shake up the final results. On A1 we have unbeatable Andrew H on 1300, with Steven now holding a 5 point lead over Ian; Andrew B needs to win next week, to tie for third. On A2, Lauris probably won’t quite catch leader Mark; but will Steven catch Lauris? Another good result may see him in final three. On B1, it looks like Jay will just stay ahead of Bruce to claim the win; while on B2, Neale could well put James under pressure. The C1 result is not in any doubt, but on C2, Murray and Stuart are vying for second with only a point separating them. No question about the result for D course. PW1 has Dave also in an unbeatable position, but if Andrew wins again and outscores Garry by more than 3 points, he’ll jump to second. PW2 has Michael narrowing the gap to Bernie to a single point and a lower score to drop. PW3 finally looks settled, but the same can’t be said for PW4, where Allan holds a tiny one point lead over Di. How will it all turn out? Find out next Monday at Rowville Lakes!