Course Setter of the Year Announced and Millennium Club Legends Honoured

The annual Awards Night marked the end of the Park Street Summer Series for 2021-22.  Winners and placegetters in the Monday and Wednesday Series received their certificates, and the Park Street Champs medals were presented.

The Course Setter of the Year award went to Don Fell.  Don was recognised not just for one course, but for his huge contribution to the Park Street Tuesday Series, with no less than 5 courses set this season alone!  Don’s course setting is always of a extremely high standard, and something to look forward to each summer.  This year, Don set courses at Sea Breeze, Cairnlea, Altona Mound, Copperfield, and Kingsville.  You can check out his maps here

We also honoured 8 new Millennium Club members by presenting their framed certificates and keyrings, and recognised others who achieved significant TMC milestones during the year.  Congratulations to the following orienteers!

500 Events – Associate Member

  • Prue Dobbin
  • Christine Palmer
  • Rosie Salvaris

750 Events – Companion Member

  • Tim Hatley
  • Philippa Lohmeyer-Collins
  • Stuart McWilliam
  • David Prentice
  • Suzy Speirs

1000 Events – Legend Member

  • Geoff Adams
  • Warwick Davis
  • Judi Herkes
  • Peter Mallen
  • Newbury Navigators
  • Suzanne O’Callaghan
  • Merv Trease
  • Greg Tamblyn

1500 Events – Touring Legend

  • Bryan Ackerley
  • Ian Greenwood

2000 Events – Vintage Legend

  • Mark Besley
  • Vic Sedunary
  • Lauris Stirling

Click here to view the Millennium Club Rankings.

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