Well, we managed two events. The committee have decided to end the series now, and hopefully have a more complete set of races in 2021. Combining the 2020 and 2021 series was considered but was not the solution chosen.
The SoSOL page has links to the results and the league tables.
The second event of the 2020 South of Scotland Orienteering League (SoSOL) was held on Corstorphine Hill, organised by ESOC.
The SoSOL page has links to the results and the league tables.
The first event of the 2020 South of Scotland Orienteering League (SoSOL) was the third event of the EUOC Big Weekend, the Classic race on Arthurs Seat.
The SoSOL page has details of the events in the series which have been registered so far.
The 2019 South of Scotland Orienteering League (SoSOL) has reached its conclusion with the third of the three November events held by ELO in Duns Wood .
The League Tables have been calculated and, subject to checking, certificates will be distributed shortly.
The list of trophy winners after the East of Scotland Championships on the Loch Ordie map at SoSOL4 in November has now been published.
Thanks to TAY for putting on the event and, after a chilly start, organising the weather and the views. Thanks to Janet for looking after the trophies and master-minding the prize giving. Congratulations to all the winners!
Updated on 18/11/19.
The list of trophy winners after the East of Scotland Championships on Dechmont Law in November has now been published. Not that there were any controversies; just my inefficiency at putting Janet's list on the web. Congratulations to all the winners!
Updated on 23/12/18.
The final event of the 2018 South of Scotland Orienteering League was held on by FVO on snowy Barr Wood on 16th December, bringing to an end the 9 event series (best 4 scores to count). The league tables have been updated and certificates will be sent to clubs for distribution
Updated on 20/12/18.
Fight With The Night (FWTN) is the winter night orienteering league organised by Edinburgh Uni Orienteering Club's (EUOC). Events are every second Thursday kicking off at 7pm and the first race is on October 18th at Calton Hill. Provisional details have been sent out via clubs with more information to follow. If you are impatient, contact EUOC Events .
Updated on 12/10/18.
The 2018 East of Scotland Individual Orienteering Championships will be held with the Interlopers SoSOL on 4th November at Dechmont Law, Livingston. Put the date in your diary now if you want to get your hands on one of the trophies. More information on the courses for each ageclass(pdf).
Updated on 3/10/18.
The fifth event of the 2018 South of Scotland Orienteering League was organised by Clydeside Orienteers using the Muirshiel Visitor Centre as a base. The map is called "Windy Hill" and it did indeed live up to it's billing although it was dry and sunny (for some of the time at least). Results on the CLyde website and league tables are on the SoSOL page.Updated on 10/9/18.
The Wednesday evening set of mainly urban events in Edinburgh and East Lothian has its own Facebook page. Thanks to Ben Brown (ESOC) for collating the results and drawing up the league tableUpdated on 8/6/18.
The first four events of the 2018 South of Scotland Orienteering League have now taken place. A fuller list is on the SoSOL page.
The league table shows all runners who have competed at least two events.Updated on 8/6/18.
The fourth event of the 2018 South of Scotland Orienteering League was organised by Tayside Orienteers on Moncreiffe Hill, south of Perth. Not only did they lay on challenging courses and magnificent views, they also ordered up good weather for us. Results on the TAY website Updated on 3/6/18.
The East of Scotland Individual Championships were hosted by EUOC at Riccarton on Sunday 19th November 2017. Results are here including the names of trophy winners.Updated on 28/11/17.
FOllowing the event run by EUOC, the league tables have been updated. After allowing time for corrections, certificates will be sent to clubs for distribution. See the SoSOL page.Updated on 19/11/17.
We are at the end of the spring-summer Sprintelope series with
events put on by ELO, ESOC, INT and RR. The results have been changed
into points tables
and as the final event was worth double points many places changed.
After the event there was a prizegiving at which certificates and
Sprintelope branded prizes were awarded. The evening finished with
thanks to Graeme Ackland for coordinating the whole series.Updated on 26/7/17.
Every three years the clubs for the East of Scotland host the
Scottish Championships and for the first time ever in 2017 the venues
are in East Lothian.
To find out more, visit the Championships home page on the Scottish Orienteering web site.
Updated on 18/4/17.
The fourth event of the series was organised by Roxburgh Reivers on Eildon Hills on 26/3/17.
The League Table
now includes the first four events. The series restarts after the
summer break with event five at Cademuir, Peebles on 17/09/17,
organised by Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club.
Updated on 18/4/17.
The certificates for 2016 have finally been sent to Club Secretaries
for distribution and the first two events of 2017 have been completed.
The SoSOL page has been updated with fixtures for the rest of the year, although more may be added later.
Updated on 27/2/17.
Edinburgh University Orienteering Club have built a new website to
replace the one hosted on the university server. Please update any
bookmarks to euoc.wordpress.com
Updated on 25/11/16.
The East of Scotland Individual Championships were held in
conjunction with SoSOL 7 at Penicuik Estate on Sunday 6th November
Congratulations to the trophy winners.
After the final event of the 2016 season, final league placings have been calculated.
After waiting for any errors to be reported and fixed, certificates will be sent to Club Secretaries for distribution.
While there are problems with the EUOC website, details and results of the Thursday evening races will be here.Updated on 17/10/16
The ESOA AGM will be held on Tuesday 11th October 2016 at The Steading, Fairmilehead at 7pm. All members of ESOA clubs very welcome. Bar meals available afterwards to make a sociable evening.Updated on 30/9/16.
The East of Scotland Individual Championships will be held in conjunction with SoSOL 7 at Penicuik Estate on Sunday 6th November 2016. Details of which course you need to run to be eligible for an ESOA Trophy can be found here.Updated on 30/9/16.
Following AYROC's SoSOL (sometimes called SoSOL3, sometimes SoSOL6)
the League tables have been updated.
AYROC's SoSOL was rearranged for 21/8/16
Full results are on their website.
Interlopers' SoSOL was held at Calder Wood, nr Livingston on 15/5/16.
There was a good entry for the races, on a generally flat area between two rivers, although there was some scrambling up and down the steep banks. Some runners found the numerous paths and vague vegitation confusing and there were some long leg times. Well done the planner!
Full results and updated SoSOL league table are linked from here.
Solway's SoSOL was held at Drumlanrig, Dumfries on 17/4/16.
Over 100 runners enjoyed the very varied terrain, trying to keep in touch with the map (or not when there were unmapped paths. The results are on the Solway web site and the League table is linked from the SoSOL page.
ELO's SoSOL was held on Lothian Edge with views over the Firth of Forth on a glorious winter/spring dayon 28/2/16.
Full results and updated SoSOL league table are linked from the ELO Website
Unfortunately AYROC have had to postpone the SoSOL event at Muirkirk scheduled for 21st February 2016. The forecast predicts that conditions could be dangerous.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.Updated on 19/2/16.
In 2016 , for a trial year, the series will run for a calendar year instead of the previous autumn/spring period. (This first series will however include the SoSOL held in October 2015, which was the only one before Christmas).
These are already 7 events registered in the series (see SoSOL page) and there are plenty of spare dates between May and November, and all South of Scotland Clubs are encouraged to put on an event to add to this series. Some have already indicated their intention to host one in the autumn and they will be added to the list when they appear.
Any enquiries to the ESOA Secretary:Kirsteen Kershaw 0131 667 4670Updated on 22/1/16.