The WEE is coming – Pre WEE on Wed 1 May

Details of the Pre-WEE coaching sessions are up on the Fixtures Page above

Sporteering tonight Wed 24 Apr

Go Sporteering tonight 7pm Wed 24 Apr at Orangefield Park. All the details you need are here:

NISeries Tables

The NISeries tables having been updated following the Meelmore event and can be found on the NIOA website at “Results/NI Colour Series Leagues/NI Colour Series 2019 league” or here at “Resources/LVO Public Folders/NI Series”. Over the year it’s your best 4 results (in any one class) which count.

Irish Champs Relays

Hi everyone, Olivia and I are pulling together the IOC relay teams. This is not easy with very complicated sums to be done for the Handicap classes. The good thing is, there are no Team Trials and you can take it as seriously, or not, as you wish. If you’d like a run, please let me (Susan) or Olivia know. Email or pm the Facebook page or post in the group or text or comment here. Go for it 🙂

Colour Standards Updated

The Colour Standards table has been updated following NISeries2 at Meelmore yesterday. NI Colour Series tables to follow.

Workshop on future direction of LVO

On Thursday April 25th we are going to have a workshop on the future direction of the club. Nathalie  Foehr, who is an expert in change management, has volunteered to help us with this. We are very happy that Mark McClure of SportNI has agreed to open the discussion. Following Mike’s introduction, we will start with your ideas on what are the ‘blockers’ – things that may get in the way of running a successful club in the future. Working in groups, we’ll then collect and prioritize the most promising opportunities to address these challenges. By the end of the Read More …

Looking forward to Meelmore this Saturday, 6th April!

Hopefully everyone’s looking forward to a good gallop over the Mournes at this Saturday’s NI Colour Series event. If you can offer some help it would really be appreciated . Could you help wth meeting and greeting, or maybe registration? We need a couple of people for the start too. Or perhaps you would bring in a few controls? Even a short stint would be great, just to take some of the load off the other volunteers. The weather man is promising an improvement for Saturday. Still nippy though, so please do bring suitable clothing. Waterproof/windproof coats may be mandatory Read More …

The WEE is Coming. Pre-WEE 1 May Ormeau Park

Plans are well under way for the 2019 WEE series which starts in May. The outline programme is: WEE 1  8 May  Orangefield Park; WEE 2 15 May  Ormeau Park; WEE 3  22 May  Barnett Demesne; WEE 4  29 May  Lady Dixon Park. To warm everyone up there will be a Pre-WEE on Wed 1 May in Ormeau Park. Coaching will be offered for all levels from complete beginner to experienced orienteer, so that by the time the series proper starts the following week all members and newcomers will be raring to go. Full details will appear on the WEE website Read More …