Tayside Orienteers



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Four-week block of coaching

Weekend sessions for Improvers!

Some exciting news to start off our club orienteering in 2016! Following our successful Family Coaching sessions last Autumn, we have been busy planning more coaching for TAY members.  We now have dates for a four-week block - Saturday 19 March, Saturday 16 April, Sunday 1 May and Saturday 7 May.


New club member finishes top in 2015 Club Championship series!

More than 50 club members compete in revived club league

The moment you've been waiting for - final positions at the end of the Club Championship series! Big congratulations to Amber Gillies, one of our newer members, who has triumphed and finishes top of the table. Top marks too to promising junior Finn Duguid, whilst one of our senior members comes in in sixth place.


New monthly training sessions!

Regular meetings in Perth

We're delighted to announce that, starting on Wednesday 7 October, the club will be meeting once a month in Perth.


Third session in our family coaching series

The third session in our block of family coaching took place this evening in the grounds of the Hilton Hotel Dunkeld, an area with a complex path network. Well done to everyone for staying focused and in touch with the map!


Building skills on St Magdalene’s Hill

Second in our block of family coaching

The second of our family coaching sessions took place yesterday on St Magdalene's Hill. Thanks to everyone who turned up so enthusiastic to learn and to club volunteers who helped with marshalling and coaching.


Family Coaching Sessions

A reminder about our four-week block of Family Coaching Sessions, starting Thursday 27 August.  Full details on the events page

Don't miss this fantastic opportunity try out the sport and gain the skills and confidence to tackle your first organised orienteering event.

Please book by 31 July.


Jamie Stevenson Trophy Event

Promising performances from TAY juniors

Fantastic performances from our two juniors Craig and Charlotte who competed in yesterday’s Jamie Stevenson Trophy Event, Scotland's best and most competitive junior event. 


Jamie Stevenson Trophy

Annual inter-club competition for junior orienteers

The Jamie Stevenson Trophy 2015 takes place this year on Sunday 14 June.


Jamie Stevenson Trophy 2014

TAY juniors - here's a chance to run on local terrain against people from all over Scotland

Results, RouteGadget, Winsplits etc.

A reminder that Sunday 1st June is the closing date for entries to the 2014 Jamie Stevenson Junior Competition, being held this year at Deuchny Wood, just east of Kinnoull Hill. The competition is open to all juniors who have British Orienteering membership (more details below). Entries must be made through the club and not individually, so if anyone would like to take part (or find out more about the competition, please let Moira Laws know as soon as possible.

Adults may also have a run once the junior competition is over.  Maps must be booked in advance, but payment can be made on the day. Please let Moira know if you wish to reserve a map.


Perth and Kinross Primary Schools Orienteering - West Area Championships

St Dominic's Primary lead the way

At the West Area Primary Schools Championships, held at Glenalmond College, and attracting 92 teams, it was an especially good day for St Dominic's Primary, Pitcairn Primary and The Community School of Auchterarder. The winners were the Oozema Kapp team from St Dominic's, with Pitcairn 1 as runners up and Pitcairn 6 in third. 7 Enchanted Cheetahs from Dunning were fourth, with TCSoA providing four teams in the top 10!  Well done to all teams who took part -  the top 34 teams qualify for the final on May 21st at Scone Palace.

Perth and Kinross West Area Primary Schools Championships Results.


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