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Orienteering SA ENEWS 25 June 2019

Editorial Notes: 
Please send all contributions to enews@sa.orienteering.asn.au  Articles should be concise & can contain hyper links but no attachments or graphics. Normally ENEWS is sent out on Tuesdays so copy needs to be sent in by Monday at the latest. Check out other news on the OrienteeringSA website: https://sa.orienteering.asn.auor the Facebook Orienteering SA page. 
Robyn Dose - Editor 



1. Kuitpo Airstrip this Sunday 30 June
2. SI Cards for sale
3. Orienteering SA clothing
4. Keynes Gap Sunday 7 July
5. Wednesday 10 July training - change of venue
6. Last chance to donate to help Orienteering
7. Oceania 2019 - enter now
8. Juniors invitational tour

 

1. KUITPO FOREST, June 30.
 
This Sunday at Kuitpo Airstrip. A choice of eight courses, beginners welcome. Pine forests and native bush.
 
More information including aerial drone video of the event Arena on the Tjuringa Facebook page.https://www.facebook.com/Tjuringa/?hc_ref=ARTV-sh8Zjr-luSJ5MoTWigkCwgShIZ4MfTeMmY2aceHN5AiT21SMIQ1-90ONvkOiF0&fref=nf
 
Only 45 minutes from Glen Osmond, via SE Freeway and Hahndorf. Signs from Brookman Road/Christmas Hill Road junction, 3km past Forestry SA HQ. Bring a picnic lunch or buy something from Pik-A-Pie Bakery in Meadows. 
 
Eventor entries close midnight Wed, June 26. Enter on the Day available, subject to map availability, but then you won't get a discount.

2. SI Cards for Sale
 
Robin Uppill has SI Card 8 – which are suitable for 95% of orienteers in SA.
These cost $45 and come in a range of colours.
 
Contact Robin on aruppill@chariot.net.au if you would like to purchase one.
 
3. Orienteering SA Clothing
 
Robin Uppill has a few pairs of pants and a few other items (mainly very small).
 
A few people have requested purchasing jackets and shirts. If we have sufficient interest a new order could be placed.  Costs are likely to be more than previously, partly because of the lower $AUS.
 
Contact Robin with your requirements on aruppill@chariot.net.au if you are interested. A sizing chart can be provided.
 

4. Keynes Gap - Sunday, July 7th. Starts 10 A.M. - 12 noon. Course closure 1:30. OY
Directions: O-Signs from Eden Valley, turn right (at the pub) onto Rustlea Road for 1.5 km, turn left onto Keynes Hill Road 2.2km, turn right onto Keynes Gap Road for 800m to the end. Note the roads from Eden Valley are unpaved and slippery. This is Private property with livestock, so no dogs allowed. Please do not climb over, touch or disturb any stone walls, so that we retain good relationships (and therefore access!) with our landowners.

This was one of the most popular maps for the National Orienteering carnival held in S.A. last year. It is unique! Keynes Gap is looking magnificent and green at the moment. Courses 1 to 4 will give access to 3 different sections of the map, and 5 and 6 to 2 sections. All of the hard courses make the best use of the intricate boulders and complex terrain with nice runs between the sections to help with mental recovery. On the event day the course setter will have fled to Europe to avoid any wrath from competitors. Have a nice run!
 
Course Difficulty Class Controls Length
C1 Hard M21A 24 10.4 km
C2 Hard M20A M35A W21A 21 8.1 km
C3 Hard M45A W35A 19 6.8 km
C4 Hard M16A M55A W20A 17 6.5 km
C5 Hard M21AS W45A M65A 17 5.5 km
C6 Hard W55A W21AS 14 4.9 km
C7 Hard M75A W16A W65A M45AS 12 3.2 km
C8 Hard M55+AS W55+AS W75A
W45AS M85A W85A
9 2.3 km
C9 Moderate M14A MOB 10 4.1 km
C10 Moderate W14A WOB W45B M45B 7 2.5 km
C11 Easy W12A M12A 8 2.2 km
C12 Very Easy W10 M10 9 1.6 km
 

5. Wednesday 10 July training
Change of venue-----Lucky Hit is currently being clear felled.
The training will take place on the Wirra Wirra map.
Proceed to northern end of map and turn left at Blockers road.
Only 1 hard course of 3 km will be on offer. Limited maps available so if you are not a regular attendee contact Clive Arthur 82640211 to secure a map.
Starts from 10am to 11.30am only.
 


6.  Donate to help Orienteering
The end of financial year is rapidly approaching with June 30 not that far away, and OA is continuing its fundraising partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation to allow tax-deductible donations.
 
Typically, June is the time when many community donors and philanthropists make their donations to the sports they support. That’s because from July 1, they will be able to lodge a tax receipt for their donations as part of their 2018-19 Tax Return. So why not donate to support an orienteering project now before it’s too late.
 
There are a range of fundraising projects available for you to choose from that will support Australia’s elite orienteers and OA itself. Many of these projects aim to help offset the high cost of our Senior and Junior elites representing Australia overseas. Information on the various projects can be found here - https://asf.org.au/?s=orienteering
 
There are 6 OA projects currently available are –
OA WOC Team Support
OA JWOC Team Support
OA High Performance Support
OA MTBO International Competition Support
Southern Arrows WOC/JWOC Representatives Support
Administration Support
 
West Australian elite MTBO rep Ricky Thackray is also seeking support with his overseas travel expenses and will again be representing Australia in the 2019 MTBO WOC in Denmark in July/August. Ricky’s project can be found here.
 
So, don’t forget, every donation counts, no matter how small and of course all donations are tax deductable, but need to be made by the end of the month if you’re looking to include it in your 2018-19 Tax Return.
 

While on the topic of fundraising, if any orienteer is interested in helping with OA’s fundraising by developing, managing and promoting  OA’s fundraising ASF projects and working with the athletes to develop their own fundraising , please contact Paul Prudhoe ( eo@orienteering.asn.au )

7. OCEANIA 2019 (THE AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS CARNIVAL)
A
ustralia's biggest multi-day orienteering event. Sept 28-Oct 6 (October School Holidays). Nine events over 10 days. Enjoy the beautiful regions of Wagga and Beechworth in springtime. Afternoons and evenings free for walks, wineries, cafes and history (It is Ned Kelly country). Open to orienteers of all ages and abilities. Accommodation filling fast, book asap! http://act.orienteering.asn.au/event-series/major-events/oceania-2019/
 
8. JUNIOR INVITATIONAL TOUR
 

A camp and organised program for kids aged 9-18, who are not in the State Teams, and their families. Held in conjunction with Oceania 2019.
You don’t have to be great at orienteering to attend, just keen. Learn new skills, make new friends and have lots of fun. Make it a school holiday to remember! http://act.orienteering.asn.au/event-series/major-events/oceania-2019/junior-invitational-tour/
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