At the AGM on 1 December Andrew Skelton was elected as
the new club president, with Ruth Farmer and Rolph Watson remaining as
secretary and treasurer respectively. Voted on to the committee for 2020 were: John
and Val Robinson, Lyndsay and Bev Shuker, Unni Lewis, Brian Long, Sarah Steele,
Matt Pickering, Justine Edwards and Monique Harsant.
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The following club members have had their applications to attend the camp accepted. Congratulations. Alicia McGivern, Kelly McKinnon, Tyler Halliday, Cameron Richards, Nathan Dowdall, James McGuire, Caitlyn Marx, Daniel Wood, Jed Moloney
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AOS 10 at Tapapakanga Regional Park 95 Deerys Rd, Orere Point Sunday 20th October Start Times 10:00-12:30. Course Closure 2:00 pm.
Directions: From Auckland take State Highway 1 to Takanini turnoff. Drive through Clevedon and Kawakawa Bay. Continue past Orere Point turnoff for a further 3km. Drive time is 60 mins from Newmarket. From Pukekohe either drive through Papakura and Clevedon and then as above (62 min) or drive through Pokeno and Mangatangi and Kaiaua (56 min).
This is a NEW map. It is a stunning regional park (established in 1995) that has spur/gully terrain with a mixture of open farmland and bush. There is a camping ground, BBQ facilities and a nice beach for swimming. The Start/Finish is beside the historic Ashby homestead, built in 1900. The contours are 5m intervals. The black impassable cliffs are definitely impassable. There are challenges for the elite orienteers and plenty to appreciate for the social orienteers. All will enjoy it.
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