DNC, Events/Results

Deeside Night Cup 2011/12

Click here to jump through to the DNC blog to see who won what lavish prizes for the 2011/12 DNC and the overall results. Most nights saw frantic competition in relatively mild conditions compared to last year’s snowy epics – (although I think some folk secretly miss the buzz of floundering through deep drifts with their torchlight bouncing off and their breath hanging in illuminated clouds in front of their face – atmospheric yes but rubbish for trying to navigate and run quickly!)

23/11/11   Birsemore (Drew Tivendale M) Results and RouteGadget
30/11/11   Foggieton (Calum McLeod G) RouteGadget  Results Splits
7/12/11     Glen Davan (Peter Craig M) Results and RouteGadget
14/12/11   Balmedie (Ian Searle G) Results   RouteGadget
4/1/12       Sluie (Frances Wright M)  Results and RouteGadget
11/1/12     Tyrebagger (Gomersalls G) Results Splits RouteGadget
18/1/12     Ballogie (Andrew McMurtrie M) Results and Routegadget
25/1/12     Raemoir (Evgueni Chepelin G) Simple results     Splits  RG
1/2/12       Shooting Greens (Chris Low M) Results and Routegadget
8/2/12       Forvie (Ian Hamilton G) Simple Results   Split time results
15/2/12     Cambus O’May (Alistair Marshall M) Results  Routegadget
22/2/12     Crathes (David Kirk G)  Results  Splits

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