Run or walk, compete against yourself or others, or a fun family day out. Classic "forest" orienteering for all in the great outdoors. (Mar-Sept)
   Run, walk or push a pram to a 45 minute time limit. How many points can you get? (Oct-Feb)
    A great introduction to orienteering with fun courses in suburban parks & reserves. Also includes a night event. (Feb-Mar)
    Navigate around bush tracks and trails on your mountain bike. The     BOSS series offers 75 minute score & line+score events. (Oct-Mar)






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NSW State League
 Newcastle dominates 2023 State League results

 Newcastle Orienteering Club has finished on top in the 2023 State League season winning the NSW Interclub Competition. In the individual competition thirteen club members won their State League age class, more than any other club.

In the Interclub Newcastle finished with 1501 points, well ahead of long-time rival Garingal, Sydney’s biggest club, on 1183. Western and Hills Orienteers filled third position with 774 points. Newcastle was the leading club on the table for ten of the fifteen State League events where 5 points are awarded for an age class win, down to 1 point for fifth place.

Thirteen club members were NSW Orienteer of the Year age class winners. The pointscore counted competitors’ best eight results from this year’s fifteeen State League events.

Hayley Jenkins (W10A), Samantha Howe (W40A), Steven Todkill (M40A), Stephen Craig (M50A), Jennifer Enderby (W55A), Glenn Burgess (M60A) and Jim Lee (M75A) all finished first in their age class. In the short course classes Mikayla Enderby (W21AS), Naomi Scouller (W35AS), Caroline Jenkins (W45AS), Shane Jenkins (M45AS) and Maria Orr (W55AS) finished on top. Newcastle rookie Shane Hunter won the MOpenB.