Events/Results, Summer Forest Sprint Series

Forest Sprint Dunnottar Woods 27/4/16 – Results

Thanks to all who came along tonight. The sleet, snow and hail held off for the evening so apart from being a tad slippy underfoot all was well (pity same can’t be said for the afternoon!). Some pretty fast times recorded and some more mature members keeping the young ones off the top slots for once.

Special mention must go to all the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts (and leaders and helpers) who gave their course a go – we hope you all enjoyed it and come back for more (we will be back on 20th July). May be less mud next time!

Results.   Splits
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Overall results after 3 events, currently a battle between the Chapmans for top spot. To be continued ….

3 more Forest Sprints, then on to the Summer Series. Download this Summer Series Flyer and spread the word!

Discussion

2 thoughts on “Forest Sprint Dunnottar Woods 27/4/16 – Results

  1. Thanks you from all the Cubs, Beavers Leaders and parents, we had a great time -including the mud and will def be back for more.. Though we will work on some map reading skills in the interim!

    Posted by Claire Clark | April 28, 2016, 3:51 pm

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