Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup rankings after 3 events

Rankings after Crathes

GJOs in top 3 positions in their age classes: Oli and Emily Robertson, Reuben Cole, Morven and Kirsty Farquharson, Sam Griffin, Patrick Lang and Josie Gomersall
Well done guys!

Aka (JD)2C, the Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup is a competition between Maroc and Gramp  Juniors that has been going for many years now. Any Maroc or Gramp Junior is eligible and automatically entered just by running at certain nominated Level C events throughout the year where they can score points depending on their course and their result.
We now have an almost complete set of events – check the main (JD)2C post here for the list and also rules and scoring system.

Next counting event will be Tyrebagger on 28th May. Middle distance race so good for those of you who enjoy finding lots of controls rather than flat out running and a chance to even the score a bit with those whose legs work faster than their brains sometimes.


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