Vic Autumn Series – Course 2 Junior Prizes

With one event to go the current leaders in the race for the Vic Autumn Series course 2 junior prizes are Serryn Eenjes and James Love.

Serryn is in 4th place overall in 2W with 143 points.  If Serryn doesn’t run on Saturday, or has problems, she could still be overtaken by Jemima Bradfield-Smith (6th) or Caitlyn Steer (7th).  Sophie Taverna (11th) has one less Course 2 result than the above three but, mathematically, could still top the junior women if she finishes first or second on Saturday and the others don’t add to their totals. Sarah Davies is 13th and has too few results to pass the others.

James is in 6th place overall on 2M with 127 points.  James has a low score of 10 that he can drop if he has a good run on Saturday.  He could possibly even climb to 3rd or 4th position overall and end with a higher placing than Serryn in 2W.  John Steer sits in 7th with 108 points and could still climb a place or two.  Callum White (9th) has 106 points from only three Course 2 results.  A good result on Saturday could still see him catch James and John.

The highest placed junior on course 2W or 2M will win a pair of VJ orienteering shoes of their choice from vjsportaustralia.com.au, worth $250.  If the placings of the top juniors on 2W and 2M are the same, this will be decided by who has the highest series score.
(thanks to Freemantle/vanG)

The highest placed junior in the class that doesn’t win the VJ orienteering shoes will win a $150 voucher for orienteering gear.  For example if a 2W wins the shoes the best placed 2M will win the orienteering gear voucher.
(thanks to the Jaffes)

Series standings after five events are available HERE.
See what you need to do at the last event to lift your ranking.

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