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Club Juniors selected for England School Teams
 
 
Congratulations to Florence and Tabitha Lunn, for their selection to represent England in the World Schools Championships which takes place in April 2019 in Otepaa, Estonia.  Both girls will be members of the Junior Girls team and Oliver Flippance will be a reserve in the Senior Boys team. These selections were made following successful performances at the British Schools Championships and selection races in Blackburn earlier this month.
 
The Kenilworth School pupils have achieved some great results throughout the year at major national and regional events around the UK. Their commitment to travel and train with the West Midlands Junior Squad has helped secure their places in the England team. Club members: Mel Elkington, deputy head of delegation, coaches Sophie Kirk and Jane Halliday (ex OD) will join England team officials in Estonia.   
 
This weekend selected junior club members of the West Midland Squads will be training with other 8 regional squads in the Lake District at Graythwaite and Holme Fell. 
27 November 2018

BRITISH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS

The annual British Schools Orienteering Championships were held this year at Witton Country Park, Blackburn, in Lancashire. It was great to see club juniors compete representing Warwickshire schools at this prestigious event.

Ten juniors competed in the Kenilworth School team and earned the school a very good 5th place in the Large Secondary school category. All the juniors ran well and top 10 places were achieved by Florence Lunn Year 9 and Nathan Chapple Year 11 who were both 6th in their individual Boys and Girls year classes. Oliver Flippance was 9th Boy in Year 12, Tabitha Lunn 9th Girl Year 9, Oliver Lunn 9th Boy Year 12 and Felix Lunn 10th Boy Year 12. Especial congratulations to the Kenilworth teams of Florence Lunn, Tabitha Lunn and Isla Prince who came 2nd in the Girl Year 9 team and to Oliver Flippance, Oliver Lunn and Felix Lunn who were also placed 2nd in the Boy Year 11 age class.

Pippa Smart competing for Myton School was placed 7th Girl in Year 11 and Josie Smart 14th Girl in Year 9.

Results from around the country this weekend: The Night event organised by Harlequins and City of Birmingham Orienteering Clubs at Banners Gate in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, saw Will Gardner M21 score the maximum 200 points finding all the controls in a time of 49.35mins. In 2nd place was Duncan Birtwistle M21 also scoring 200 in 57.51mins. Sam Leadley M18 was 9th with 130 points. At Black Park, a country park near Uxbridge, organised by Berkshire Orienteers, Lesley Ross W50 was 3rd in 49.02mins on the Blue 6.8km course. At Bagworth, organised by Leicestershire Orienteering Club, David Steele M21 was 2nd on the 5.4km course in 53.22mins. Bruce Bryant M60 won the medium 4.2km course in 42.49mins and Liz Phillips W50 was 2nd in 46.12mins.

 
 
BRITISH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS
 
 
The annual British Schools Orienteering Championships were held this year at Witton Country Park, Blackburn, in Lancashire. It was great to see club juniors compete representing Warwickshire schools at this prestigious event. 
 
Nine juniors competed in the Kenilworth School team and earned the school a very good 5th place in the Large Secondary school category. All the juniors ran well and top 10 places were achieved by Florence Lunn Year 9 and Nathan Chapple Year 11 who were both 6th in their individual Boys and Girls year classes. Oliver Flippance was 9th Boy in Year 12, Tabitha Lunn 9th Girl Year 9, Oliver Lunn 9th Boy Year 12 and Felix Lunn 10th Boy Year 12. Especial congratulations to the Kenilworth teams of Florence Lunn, Tabitha Lunn and Isla Prince who came 2nd in the Girl Year 9 team and to Oliver Flippance, Oliver Lunn and Felix Lunn who were also placed 2nd in the Boy Year 11 age class.
 
Pippa Smart competing for Myton School was placed 7th Girl in Year 11 and Josie Smart 14th Girl in Year 9.
 
Results from around the country this weekend: The Night event organised by Harlequins and City of Birmingham Orienteering Clubs at Banners Gate in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, saw Will Gardner M21 score the maximum 200 points finding all the controls in a time of 49.35mins. In 2nd place was Duncan Birtwistle M21 also scoring 200 in 57.51mins. Sam Leadley M18 was 9th with 130 points. At Black Park, a country park near Uxbridge, organised by Berkshire Orienteers, Lesley Ross W50 was 3rd in 49.02mins on the Blue 6.8km course. At Bagworth, organised by Leicestershire Orienteering Club, David Steele M21 was 2nd on the 5.4km course in 53.22mins. Bruce Bryant M60 won the medium 4.2km course in 42.49mins and Liz Phillips W50 was 2nd in 46.12mins.
 
 
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