Blackford Hill and the Hermitage††††††††† Saturday 18th August 2007

 

 

White Course†††††††† 1.1km†††††††††††††† 50m

1

Ben Brown

M6

13.04

2

Rachel Brown

W4

15.04

3

Finlay Duncan

M6††††† KFO

17.50

4

Pippa Carcas

W4††††† INT

19.09

5

Chapman Family

 

21.30

6

Adam Clark

M2††††† ESOC

33.40

 

Patrick Harvey

M2††††† ESOC

Completed course

 

Yellow Course†††††††† 1.5km†††††††††††† 65m

1

Matthew Galloway

††††††††††† INT

12.02

2

Samuel Galloway

††††††††††† INT

16.58

3

Cameron Winterburn

 

18.56

4

F. Carcas + 1

W7†††††† INT

19.33

5

A.Carcas

M9†††††† INT

20.05

6

John Laurenson

 

20.22

7

Collie Family

 

23.00

8

Hazel Laurenson

 

25.31

9

Susanna Lacey

 

13.39

10

J. Philp

 

34.06

11

Kieran Benn

M9

44.10

 

Orange Course††††††††† 2.3km†††††††††† 100m

1

C. Galloway

†††††††††††† INT

20.40

2

Jim Morrison

††††††††††††† ESOC

21.21

3

Andreas Wilhelm

 

21.51

4

Max Ledlie

M12†††††† INT

30.14

5

Nicholas Flynn

 

33.50

6

Imogen Beck

W14††††† ESOC

35.17

7

Lucas Johnston

 

53.56

7=

Martha Johnston

 

53.56

9

Heather Knight

 

63.37

9=

Nina J.

 

63.37

 

Chris Keith

 

DNF

 

Well done to all those who braved the elements and came to our event on Blackford Hill on a very wet Saturday afternoon.

 

As well as the three courses above, there were three non-competitive training courses on offer.†† Taking part were Simon Herniman (BASOC), Pat Squire and Colin Ledlie (INT), Owain, Tal and John Ramsay, Trina Rogerson, Neil McMillan, Robin and Sheila Strain (ELO) and Kirsten Strain (EUOC), Ian and Kirsten Maxwell (RR), Susanna (from Spain), the Robinson Family, Keith Brown, and from ESOC :-Crawford, Andrew and Rona Lindsay, Alison Cunningham, Maggie Scrugham, Mike Stewart, Heather Thomson, Euan Mackenzie, David Matthews,Martin Quirke, Tyler Morison, Ron Nolan and Andrew Dalgleish.(It was difficult to read some of the soggy cards but I think thatís about it)

 

Apologies for the misplaced path bend control (Training No.4) and for the confusion caused by the attempt to show an area of burnt gorse. This was meant to help but perhaps it would have been better just to say that there were some areas of gorse that had been burnt.

 

Ian and Eleanor Pyrah