Latest (JD)2C Rankings after Corsedarder here.
Well done to:
Douglas Walmsley leading M10 at the moment with sister Mairi 3rd W10
Stuart Prince lying in 3rd in M8
Hannah and Judith Kuhnel joint 3rd in W8
Olivia Coman 3rd W16
Remember that all you have to do is come along to any of the nominated events and you will automatically be entered into the (JD)2C.
Spoiler alert – coming along to events will also earn you Junior Participation Awards and Badges. Eddy Coman is currently beavering away adding up all 2017’s data and will shortly be revealing who qualified for what last year.
Next (JD)2C event will be Glen Dye on 6th May. Details here.
(Message from Scott Reynolds – if you check the standings and find a mistake, especially re shadowing, please let him or Laura Farquharson know. Ta.)
Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup 2018 full rules and points scheme and list of events for you to target (although we’ve still yet to finalise the full list. Like to keep you guessing but hopefully not much longer now.)
It turned into a beautiful winter’s day at Back O’ Bennachie (after a cold wet start) – blue skies, no wind, and a tough hilly forest and moor to test you all.
Here are provisional results and split times.
Routegadget has been loaded here, please add your routes!
You can also analyse your splits on Splitsbrowser.
Splits are also loaded up to Winsplits Online.
Taken a wee while (sorry – holidays and handovers) but results now uploaded to BOF site and ranking points will be calculated overnight 20/2/18.
Course details were as follows:
White 1.8k 40m
Yellow 2.1k 40m
Orange 2.3k 45m
Lt Green 3.0k 80m
Green 3.6k 140m
Blue 4.6k 210m
Brown 5.6k 225m
A (JD)2C event.
Our very grateful thanks to:
Organiser; Lesley Gomersall
Planner : Sam Gomersall
Controller: Drew Tivendale (MAROC)
Woohoo! Here we go again and battle commences for those much loved (JD)2C trophies.
Rankings following Corsedarder.
Here is the provisional list of events so far and rules. We’re still in the process of getting permissions finalised for the rest and there will be 10 nominated events eventually.
If you enter any of these events you will automatically be included in the (JD)2C rankings so all you need do is get out there. Good luck everyone!
Big congratulations to Oli Robertson who retains the M8 Trophy and Sam Griffin for 2nd M14, just pipping Maroc’s Joel Gooch at the final post , and Josie Gomersall 2nd W16.
3rd places go to Emily Robertson W8, Kirsty Farquharson W12 and Robert Prince M10. Trophies and prizes will be awarded at the Gramp AGM.
Any Junior from Gramp or Maroc is automatically entered into the (JD)2C. You win points by running in any of the 9 nominated local Level C races listed below, with a sliding scale depending on your course and how well you do.
To try and keep things as fair as possible, only half points are awarded to shadowed competitors which is why we ask you to declare this when entering.
8 Jan MAROC Glen O’Dee
19 Mar MAROC Potarch
9 Apr GRAMP Crathes
30 Apr MAROC Coull
28 May GRAMP Tyrebagger
18 Jun MAROC Sluie
17 Sep GRAMP Scolty postponed
1 Oct MAROC Cambus O’May
15 Oct GRAMP Forvie
5 Nov GRAMP Scolty
Gramp Champs and JD2C Event
We hope you enjoyed running at Scolty. It’s a hilly and physically tough area in some places, fast in others, and the navigation can be testing – especially near the far start on Hill of Gouach. The air temperature of 5 degrees felt chilly in the tent, but was pleasant enough on the run. Cold feet, though! (the forest is pretty wet at the moment).
A big thanks to our officials and helpers. (Amazing speedy job by the control collectors, BTW.)
Routegadget is loaded up – please draw your crazy wiggles.
Click here for Winsplits split times analysis.
White 1.6km/ 25m
Yellow 2.2km/ 45m
Orange 2.7km/ 60m
Lt Green 3.4km/ 80m
Green 4.1km/ 90m
Blue 5.8km/ 160m
Brown 8.0km/ 230m
Organiser Helen Anderson
Planner Pete Lawrence
Controller Andrew McMurtrie (MAROC)
Good to see several of the GJOs taking on the contour challenge at Forvie. Most of you made it out alive and kicking at the other end and even if you didn’t we hope you enjoyed the day anyway.
Only Scolty left to go now to round off this year’s (JD)2C on Sunday 5th Nov. Don’t miss out on your last chance to boost your scores. Trophies have been gathered in already for engraving ready to present at respective club AGMs so good luck everyone and hope your name is on one!
Maybe some of the GJOs would like to leave a comment about taking part in the (JD)2C this year? We’d love to find out the good, bad and the amazing bits from a GJO perspective.
The dates and rules for the (JD)2C competition 2016 are linked below.
This competition is for juniors from GRAMP and MAROC up to MW16 and this year the league will consist of 9 level C events plus the Scottish Championships, to be held at Balmoral in May.
Final rankings for John Duncan Junior Deeside Cup 2015
Congratulations to everyone who took part in so many races this year and in particular to the following:
Morvern Farquharson 1st W10
Kirsty Farquharson 3rd W10
Josie Gomersall 2nd W14
Ailsa Anderson 3rd W14
Naomi Lang 3rd W16
Lachlan Kirk 3rd M16
Well done to GJOs Dara Tivendale, Morven Farquharson, Isobel Anderson, Kirsty Farquharson, Duncan Will, Douglas Walmsley, Mairi Walmsley and Alex Lang for holding it together at Wood of Easter Clune over the weekend and not being phased by stiff competition from Maroc and MOR.
They ran in courses varying from White to Light Green and for many this would have been their first taste of major competion. 264 points total gave them 3rd place overall and they also boosted their (JD)2C scores at the same time. An excellent day all round!
Rules and events list below. Any questions? Contact Trevor Ricketts of MAROC or Marianne Lang of GRAMP or ask at an event.
You’re automatically entered into the competition if you’re a GRAMP or MAROC Junior, all you need do now is make sure you get along to as many events as you can this year. Good Luck!
In case you didn’t already know, the Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup is named after an honorary GRAMP and ex-British Team member, Jon Duncan, who is now enjoying semi-retirement from the international orienteering scene growing beetroot in Norway. (Honest!)
The (JD)2C competition will be run over 10 x Level C events with the best 6 (TBC) scores counting for each runner.
There will be 6 classes for girls and boys, using the ‘standard’ age classes, i.e. M/W8, M/W10, M/W12, M/W14, M/W16.
Within each event, the Gramp/Maroc Junior who is highest placed for each course scores the maximum course points:
Light Green 500
Points for subsequent runners are calculated using this formula:
score = [(winner’s time)/(runner’s time)]*(maximum course points)
Every effort will be made to provide a White course at each event. However, if this is not possible, the JDC organisers will review how many events will qualify for the M8 and W8 classes
If you are being shadowed or running in a pair, please declare this when you register. You will score half points for your run
The competition aims to find the best Gramp / Maroc junior in each age class. Juniors may choose the course appropriate to their ability.
11th Jan Glen O’Dee
26th Feb Crathes
3rd May Glen Dye
17th May Bogendriep
7th June Back O’Bennachie
17th May Potarch
23rd Aug Birsemore
13th Sep Scolty
4th Oct Easter Clune
14th Nov Raemoir
Check the clubs’ websites closer to each event for details and entries links.
Many thanks to all the helpers for their labours in the cold sleety weather.
Brown 7.4 km – very hard
Blue 5.6 km – very hard
Green 4.3 km – very hard
Light Green 3.0 km – hard
Orange 2.5 km – medium
Yellow 1.8 km – easy
White 1.2 km – very easy
Organiser: Gareth Yardley
Planner: Sam Gomersall
Controller: Steve Spencer
Congratulations to Maya Reynard on winning W10 and Hannah Will, Morvern Farquharson, Isobel Anderson, Naomi Lang, Daniel Smith, Paul Caffyn and Lachlan Kirk on winning medals too.
Shadowing is shown in the results tables by the number being in italics. If you notice an incorrect record of shadowing at any event in the results, please contact Trevor Ricketts to correct using this contact form.
Final standings for (JD)2C 2013
Well done to Morvern Farquharson who held on to her lead to win the W8 Trophy!
Maroc pipped us at the post for all the other trophies this year but we also had loads of good performances and the following also deserve congratulations for gaining 2nd or 3rd place overall:
W8 2nd Kirsty Farquharson
W10 2nd Isobel Anderson, 3rd Maya Reynard
W12 2nd Ailsa Anderson
W14 3rd Naomi Lang
W16 3rd Kate Wilkinson
M14 3rd Lachlan Kirk
M16 2nd Sasha Chepelin
Trophies and certificates for (JD)2C and GRAMP Champs will be awarded at the AGM on Saturday.
Hope you’ll all be there to receive them? And that you’ve been busy planning something scrummy to bring for the bring-a-dish supper? See you there!
Congratulations to all GJOs who took part in this year’s Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup and here are the Final Results. Usually, we present the trophies at the GRAMP and MAROC AGMs so if your name is on one then a special congratulations and GJOs please come to collect your trophy on Saturday 8th Dec.
The Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup is named after an honorary GRAMP and ex-British Team member, Jon Duncan, who is now enjoying semi-retirement from the international orienteering scene growing beetroot in Norway. (Honest!)
Here are the final results: (JD)2C 2011 Final Results
Big Fat Congratulations to:
Laura Smith, Isobel Anderson and Maya Reynard who packed out the top three places in W8 – looks so good when it says GRAMP, GRAMP, GRAMP!
Also Ailsa Anderson and Josie Gomersall for 1st and 2nd in W10, Naomi Lang and Kate Wilkinson 3rd in W12 and W14 respectively. The boys struggled a bit this year but well done to Patrick Lang, Keith Yardley and Jack Gomersall who all came 3rd in M8, M12 and M16 respectively and Sasha Chepelin who cruised to 1st place in M14.
And everyone who took part in this year’s (JD)2C – even if you didn’t get into the top three places hopefully you enjoyed the friendly competition with Maroc and the chance to run in some great areas in Deeside.