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Sunday 1st March - an opportunity for BL juniors to take part in local Heats for the Yvette Baker Trophy – beginners and experienced juniors welcome to compete.

The Yvette Baker Trophy is a junior event for clubs in England and Wales. It is named after Britain’s first World Champion, Yvette Baker, who won Gold in the short distance in Scotland in 1999.

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Border Liners 2020 Junior Orienteering Series
Incorporating Carlisle and Eden Schools Competition.

Enter a minimum of 3 events, your best 3 scores (on any course) will count towards an overall series score.

Results so far...

Junior Series 2020 Results Table docxWord Document pdfPDF

Congratulations to the best school team (best four results)
1st  Hayton (396 points)
2nd  Stanwix (199 points)
3rd  (joint) Hunter Hall, Gilsland, Wigton (197 points)

Saturday 28th December 2019, Xmas Charity Event (Level D, Local)

Hope you all enjoyed your post Christmas run in the sun (yes, sun!) today at Whittas Park. Results won't be published today due to a small technical problem with the map memory course. You're all patient people though, and some will remember having to wait weeks for them to arrive in the post! 😄
Thanks to Raymond and Jenny for organising it all, and providing fantastic post race food at Bothel Village Hall to raise money for Cumbria Blood Bikes. The total raised came to £420 - thank you for your generous donations.

HUGE thanks to the team of volunteers who worked so hard to make Border Liners 50th Anniversary Dinner such an extra special occasion. An excellent buffet meal was provided, the hall looked a treat with specially made bunting, the tables were elegant enough to grace a top class restaurant - and we even had BL themed chocolates!!

The club's inaugural meeting was held in November 1969 and the Anniversary Dinner took place at Bothel Village Hall on Saturday 23rd November 2019.

Click on the photo to see the the more Anniversary Dinner photos on Flickr (with apologies for a shaky hand held video)

BL 50th Anniversary Dinner, 23rd Nov 2019

A bronze for Border Liner Ruben at the British Schools Score Champs today, Heaton Park, Manchester. Well done Ruben! Thanks to Natalie for the photo.

http://www.bsoa.org/home/raw?htm=BSSC19

BSOC Ruben

BL Sprint Champions!
Christine K, 1st on W65
Carol E, 2nd on W60
Keith K, 2nd on M60

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British Orienteering Sprint Championships
14th September 2019
Loughborough University

Full Results

Border Liner and Northern Fells Running Club member Natalie Hawkrigg describes how she overcame injury to break the women's Frog Graham record.

Northern Fells Running Club website

Top podium places for some BL members at the White Rose in Scarborough over the recent Bank Holiday weekend. A special Congratulations to the Gaines family who came joint second family overall for Middle Distance and Urban Classic combined. Sorry Oscar (M18L) and Stella (W45L) we didn't capture your podium places. Well done Isabel(W14S), Maria (W12S) and Paul Gaines(M45S), Maisy(W16S), Lewis (M14S) and Jane Yates (W50S) and Christine Goulding(W55L) and to everyone else who competed. A brilliant social weekend in the sunshine.

EBOR White Rose, 23rd - 26th August 2019

Well done to our BL Juniors and their support team who raised a grand total of £119.50 at Askham Fell on Sunday 1st September 2019. They achieved this by running another successful cake stall - and making good use of their new tent, purchased with the proceeds from a previous fund raising venture.

Askham Fell, 1st September 2019

Orienteering Foundation now have details of their next Lakes coaching day on 23rd Nov 2019 at Haverthwaite. 'Either attend as an individual or encourage your club to get a group together!' https://www.orienteeringfoundation.org.uk/coaching-day-nov-2019

BL's Christine Goulding raced to success in the Scottish 6 days competition recently held in Strathearn, Perthshire. Based around Crieff around 3500 competitors participated in the UK's biggest orienteering event, held every 2 years in Scotland. Christine demonstrated consistency, accuracy and resilience across the different events and ran home an excellent and worthy winner in the W55 class.

Photo: Wendy Carlyle