During the dark autumn and winter weekday nights Harlequins put on the Night Street League (NSL). This is street orienteering - in the dark.
Each event has a choice of 3 courses -
Short approx. 4 km, Medium approx 6km, Long approx 8km. A headlamp / torch is highly advisable,
but it need not be a full-power terrain night-O one. You should also wear a light / reflective top
to help ensure you are seen.
Whistles are now also required.
2013 - 2014 Programme
Final league table after all 6 events updated 19 Feb
|1||Thu 07 Nov||Walmley||Bob Scott||Results|
|2||Thu 21 Nov||Warndon, Worcester||John Leeson||Results|
|3||Thu 05 Dec||Frankley, S Birmingham||John Embrey||Results|
|4||Thu 16 Jan||Tipton||Adrian Bailey||Results|
|5||Wed 19 Jan||Sutton Coldfield||COBOC||Results|
|6||Thu 13 Feb||Jewellery Quarter||Andy White||Results updated 21 Feb|
Due to the large number of Medium Course runners at Warndon, the Coordinator has doubled the number of points available, ie the course winners and event organiser get 20 points each, then 19, 18 etc. This has been applied to all classes and retrospectively to the first event, and will apply for the rest of the season.
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The normal time for starts is 6:30 to 7:30pm, in order to avoid the worst of the rush hour traffic. Earlier starts will be available at some events and may possibly be negotiated by individuals at others.
Short (around 4km), Medium (around 6km) and Long (around 9km) courses are available. Trophies are awarded for overall winners on each course at the end of the season.
Events use urban streets and paths, with the occasional stretch of open space or canal towpath. A headlight or torch is often useful, particularly for the longer courses, but it doesn't need to be particularly powerful - enough to see your footing and read the map.
Participants are responsible for their own safety and take part at their own risk. Courses may cross main roads and some reflective clothing is advisable.
2012/2013 season league table
2011/2012 season league table
2010/2011 season league table
2009/2010 season league table
2008/2009 season league table
2007/2008 season league table
2006/2007 season league table
2005/2006 season league table
2004/2005 season league table
2003/2004 season league table
Russ Fauset in charge at the 2010 Droitwich event centre.