Compass Sport Cup Archive

2016
Results
Cup
1. FVO: 2366  2. SYO: 2324  3. BOK: 2313
Trophy
1. INT: 1264  2. CLYDE: 1250  3. EPOC: 1247

2016 Competition
Results Qualifying rounds Sunday 13 March 2016

Region
Club
Area
Qualifiers
NWOA  
 DEE
Cup: DEE
Trophy: SELOC
EAOA
 EAOA
Cup:HH
Trophy: SOS
SCOA
 SOC   
Cup: SO
Trophy: SARUM
YHOA
CLARO
Cup: SYO AIRE
Trophy: SROC EPOC
WMOA
WCH
Cup: OD
Trophy: POTOC
SWOA
BOK
Cup: BOK
Trophy: SBOC
SOA
 FVO
Cup: FVO, ESOC
Trophy: CLYDE, RR, INT, ECKO


2016 Draw
Microsoft Word Document
2015
Compass Sport Cup Final 2015
The Compass Sport Cup and Trophy Final was hosted by South Ribble OC at Helsington  Barrows, Kendal on 18 October 2015.  
They provided a well organised and planned event with commentary, live results and mementos for the thousand plus competitors taking part.  

In the Cup competition Forth Valley in their first year in the Cup won by over 100 points, with Lakeland second just 4 points ahead of South Yorkshire in third place.  
Last year's winners Bristol were fourth.

In the trophy competition home club South Ribble were the winners, beating Interlopers who tied on scores with them, as the South Ribble fourteenth scorer, scored more points.  
East Potteries were placed third.

Full results can be viewed on the SROC website: www.sroc.org Individual   Team

The 2016 eliminator rounds are on 13th March 2016 with the Final being hosted by South Yorkshire on 16th October 2016 at Tankersley, near Barnsley.  
Entry forms for 2016 will be sent out to club contacts by the end of October.

FVO

SROC


Qualifying Rounds 2015

Finish at Sherwood Pines where 700 people competed.
Comments on Qualifying  Rounds
The WCOC round was close with LOC beating WCOC by one point.
In the HOC round in the Trophy SBOC beat neighbours SWOC by one point.
Results - Qualifying Rounds
Event
Final Qualifiers
Cup
Trophy
1. FVO
1. MAROC
2. INT
3. CLYDE
1. AIRE
1. NATO
1. LOC
1. SROC
2. BL
1. SYO
2. DVO
3. DEE
1. EPOC
1. SN
2. SLOW
1. GO
2. SOS     (Added 16 March)
1. OD
1. SBOC
1. BOK
2. SOC
1. WIM


Update:18 January 2015
Compass Sport Cup Draw 2015
Organsing Club
Area
Cup
Trophy
MAROC
Balnagowen
MOR GRAMP FVO ESOC
KFO MAROC CLYDE ECKO TAY RR ELO BASOC AYROC INT
Cup: The winning team qualifies for the Final:
Trophy The first, second and third placed teams qualify for the Final  (SOA, two Trophy teams qualify plus eight or more clubs rule)
Note: STAG and TINTO are not entering teams and FVO has opted to enter the Cup.
NN
Hamsterley Common
CLOK EBOR AIRE
NATO NN CLARO
Cup: The winning team qualifies for the Final.
Trophy: The winning team qualifies for the Final.
WCOC
High and Low Rigg
LOC WCOC
SROC BL SOLWAY PFO
Cup: The winning team qualifies for the Final
Trophy: If SROC win then the first and second placed clubs qualify for the Final, if not, then only the winning club.
NOC
Sherwood Pines
DVO WCH LEI MDOC WAOC NOR NOC SYO DEE
SELOC SUFFOC EPOC HALO POTOC LOG WRE
Cup: If SYO win or are second then the first, second and third placed clubs qualify for the Final, if not, then the first and second placed clubs. (eight or more clubs completing)
Trophy: The winning team qualifies for the Final
GO
Great Wood
HH TVOC SO SLOW SN
SMOC DFOK HAVOC LOK SAX GO MV SOS BADO CHIG
Cup: If SN win then the first and second placed clubs qualify for the Final, if not, then only the winning club.
Trophy: The clubs placed first and second will qualify for the Final (eight or more clubs completing)
HOC
Eastnor & Malvern
HOC OD NGOC
SWOC SBOC COBOC
Cup: The winning team qualifies for the Final.
Trophy: The winning team qualifies for the Final.
SARUM
Fonthill
DEVON BKO BOK SOC
WSX KERNO SARUM QO WIM N Wilts
Cup: If BOK win then the first and second placed clubs qualify for the Final, if not, then only the winning club.
Trophy: If SARUM win then the first and second placed clubs qualify for the Final, if not, then only the winning club.
*Teams placed in top three in 2014

FINAL: Sunday 18 October at Helsington Barrow organised by SROC













2014
2014 Final
Compass Sport Cup Final 2014
The Compass Sport Cup and Trophy Finals were held on Sunday 14 December 2014 hosted by Southern Navigators
and assisted by Guilford Orienteering and The British Army Orienteering Clubs at Long Valley near Aldershot.

The event was most excellently organised with the extra bonus of club parking which added to the atmosphere of this
being a club event. Commentary was provided the whole day to keep everyone well informed on team and individual
results and several caterers providing hot drinks and food on a chilly but dry day. Marquees were available for shelter.

Bristol Orienteering Klub retained the Cup with 2381 points, South Yorkshire were second with 2322 points and the
host club third with 2281 points, pushing previous top three club for many years, Octavian Droobers into fourth place.

Forth Valley retained the Trophy with 1289 points defeating South Ribble on 1256 points closely followed by Sarum with 12 45 points.
Golden boot winners for the fastest split time for the last control were British Orienteering Chairman Martin Ward (SYO)
and Fanni Gyurko (FVO).

Full results can be viewed here.

Bristol OK
Forth Valley

2014 Competition
Results
Round
Final Qualifiers
HH
SUFFOC & SOS
DEE
SROC
BOK & DEVON
SARUM
SN
WIM
SYO
EPOC
MAROC
FVO, CLYDE, BL
OD  HOC
LOG
2014 Final
The 2014 Final is being hosted by Sourthern Navigators on 14 December 2014.

2013 Final
RESULTS
Cup
Trophy
FINAL REPORT
CompassSport Cup and Trophy Finals 2013
Held in the Forest of Dean, Sunday 20th October 2013.
A clash with the British Fell (FRA) relays, being held in Llanberis, meant some teams, and especially Lakeland, were some runners short, but there were seven hundred entries to enjoy the well planned and challenging courses, in good weather until the late rain.
There were five full teams in the Cup Final, and nine small clubs fielded full teams in the Trophy Final.
There were clear victories for Bristol in the Cup and Forth Valley in the Trophy. This was Forth Valley's seventh consecutive win. By contrast in Bristol's case their win followed seven years of reaching the final and not winning - their position ranging between 2nd (2010) and last year's 9th.

The Trophy - 1.FVO. 2.RR. 3. NGOC.
FVO. Some years it is close in the Trophy, but this year wasn't one of those. FVO were a long way from home, but such was their strength this year they would have won even without their two class winners - Frances Brown in Light Green women's and Jon Cross in Blue men's.
RR. Roxburgh Rievers, last year's hosts, with three surnames providing nine of their 13 counters, ran well to make it a Scottish 1-2. They won five courses, including Doug Tullie's best run of the day on the men's open.

Trophy Roundup
Local club North Gloucester were third, and Wimborne were fourth. The best junior contributions to overall scores in the Trophy came from 5th club Essex Stragglers and 6th club Pendle Forest. East Pennine were 7th, with Megan Harrison winner of the orange women's course. The Lincoln Orienteering Group were 8th, and Mole Valley 9th.

The Cup - 1. BOK. 2. OD. 3. LOC.
With local team Bristol (BOK) winning with a colossal turnout, and other qualifying clubs not attending, not bringing full teams, or just being less strong than they might be, it's tempting to say it's all about location. It does seem that generally the further a club is asked to travel the smaller its team gets, and on the day attendance may indeed have decided 2nd, as OD (4th last year) had a much easier journey than LOC (2nd last year.)

That's not the whole picture though. Sure BOK did have a huge turnout, and when we look at how their score was made up we see, as is usual for a winning team, that they had scorers in all 10 classes. But their profile is significantly different from the other teams, with their win founded on a full complement of eight scorers in the junior classes, team wins in both the men's open and second men's classes, and a tied win in the women's open. The classes that mattered least to them were the green men and the short green vets, classes in which every other team had more counters - with LOC particularly strong on green men and DVO particularly strong on green vets. LOC also won the women's green class. In a sense whilst the other clubs all take points off each other in the older senior classes, BOK made hay in the junior and open classes. Some highlights for BOK are Chloe Potter and Eddie Narbert's wins in the juniors, packing 3,4,5,6 on the men's open, and M50 Clive Hallett getting amongst the four fast juniors in the blue.

Second were 2005-2007 winners Octavian Droobers (OD). They put in a sound all round performance, with the highlight being their junior performances. They did very well on the older juniors classes, including Matthew Elkington's win on light green. Other juniors - both junior internationals this year - won classes shared with 45+ runners: Will Gardner the Blue men's, Julie Emmerson the Green women's.

Third this year were regular finalists Lakeland (LOC), last year's runners up. They did very well in the veteran classes and the younger juniors, but were weakest of the five in the open classes, at least partially because of the clash with the FRA relays. They had one course winner in Daisy Fletcher-Coony on the Orange women's.

Derwent Valley (DVO) were fourth. Like BOK they had counters in every class, and they had the second highest number of counting juniors. They caused the shock of the tournament when they won their qualifying match against South Yorkshire (several times recent winners, most recently in 2011) and they brought the second largest team to the final. Captain Liz Godfree won the vets course in a 1-2 with Judith Holt. A fine 2013 campaign.

Southdowns (SO) were fifth. They scored reasonably across all six senior classes and had three counters on light green men, to take them ahead of half the other teams that qualified for the final. They provided the women's open winner in Karen Poole.

2013 Competition
QUALIFYING ROUNDS 2013- Results
The shock of the qualifying rounds was DVO defeating SYO. This analysis by Dave Nevell of DVO is well worth reading as it shows that
their non scoring runners who pushed SYO runners down made the the difference between winning and losing.
" These runners didnít score us any points but what they have in common is that they beat scoring SYO runners. If you look at it carefully
you will be able to work out that they pushed SYO scorers down by a total of 30 points. Conversely there were just 2 SYO runners who pushed our scorers down, both on Blue Men, and
they took 4 points off us. Thatís a net swing of 26 points in our favour and that is what could be said to have won us the match Ė without it we would have lost by 4 points."

Congratulations to all the clubs who qualified for the Final, eight different from last year.
Many thanks to the clubs who hosted the qualifying rounds.
Final Qualifiers
Cup
Trophy
DVO
LOG
LOC, WCOC
PFO
AIRE and CLOK
EPOC and NN
SO
SOS, MV
OD
NGOC
BOK
WIM
MAROC
FVO, CLYDE, RR
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2012 Competition
Golden Boot winner - fastest run time at the Final
The Final
Congratulations to the winners  of the Cup, AIRE  and FVO who reatin the Trophy.
RR hosted a really well organised event in very trying weather conditions.
RR photographs
2012 Cup Scores
2012 Trophy Scores
Position
Club
Score
Position
Club
Score
1
AIRE
2204
1
FVO
1265
2
LOC
2115
2
INT
1256
3
SYO
2093
3
EPOC
1165
4
OD
1907
4
CLYDE
1160
5
WCOC
1818
5
SARUM
1141
6
ESOC
1788
6
PFO
1030
7
HOC
1536
7
WRE
1023
8
HH
1418
8
CHIG
1009
9
BOK
1401
9
SMOC
860
10
WCH
1250
10
GO
837
11
WAOC
654
11
TAY
785
12
SO
416


Full Results
QUALIFYING ROUNDS 2012 - Results
Cup
Trophy
BOK
SBOC
OD, WCH, HOC
WRE
SYO, AIRE
EPOC
HH
SARUM, SMOC
WAOC
CHIG
SO
GO
LOC, WCOC
PFO
ESOC
al detailstFVO, INT, CLYDE,TAY

2011 Competition
2011 Final
SYO
FVO

Microsoft Word Document

Results

Round - Results
Cup
Trophy
LOC
PFO
BOK & SOC
SARUM & BADO
NOC
LOG
SLOW
GO
OD, HOC
NGOC
SYO, AIRE
EPOC, CLARO
SOA

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2010  Competition
The final was hosted by SYO on Burbage Moor.
Results
Cup: 1st SYO, 2nd BOK, 3rd OD
Throphy: 1st FVO, 2nd EPOC, 3rd INT
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RESULTS
The first round has produced some close results and new finalists.
NWOA Round DEE qualify for the Cup and PFO for the Trophy
SOA Round FVO, INT & CLYDE qualify for the Trophy and ESOC for the Cup
EAOA Round   WAOC make the final (for the first time?), beating NOC and LOG defeat SOS  in the Trophy
by one point.
SCOA/SWOA Round BOK qualify and SOC make it through as BOK were in the top 3 in the final last year
and WIM defeat SARUM by a point.
WMOA Round OD make the final again with HOC also qualifying. SWOC go through in the Trophy
SEOA Round SO win the Cup round and MV sneak through 2 points ahead of GO in the Trophy.
YHOA Round   SYO and EPOC win,  CLARO and AIRE also make the final as SYO and EPOC were in the top 3 last year
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2009 Competition
SYO and FVO retain their titles at the Final
and OD are 2nd in the Cup

Results

Final qualifiers - LEI Fineshade Sunday 18th October 2009

Round - Results
Cup
Trophy
WCOC
BL
BOK
WIM,SWOC
SYO, NOC
HALO
SLOW, *SN
WSX
AIRE
EPOC
OD, HOC
SBOC
ESOC
FVO,CLYDE,RR
SO
SOS
* Changed after a reinstatement of a runner



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2008 Final
2008 Final Results
SYO  Win Compass Sport Cup
FVO Win Compass Sport Trophy

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A comprehensive review of the 2008 quaifying rounds on Nopesport
SOA Round - 16th March 2008

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2007  Competition
FINAL: Organised by NOC near Mansfield
Thanks to NOC for organising a good Final
OD Hat Trick - 3 Cup wins in a row !
FVO - Trophy Winners  Crack the Bubbly
Proud Club Captains
Alan Halliday OD      Nick Barrable - Compass Sport Editor   Jon Cross FVO
RESULTS
Compass Sport Cup
Compass Sport Trophy
Club
Points
1. OD
2197
2. NOC
2152
3. SYO
2130
4. AIRE
1972
5. LOC
1922
6. SLOW
1892
7. SO
1786
8. BOK
1549
9. HH
1428
10. DEVON
  231

Club
Points
1. FVO
1246
2. SARUM
1204
3. ERYRI
1164
4. SBOC
1134
5. WCOC
1124
6. SWOC
1110
7. WIM
1098
8. SOS
1070
9. RR
1026
10. WRE
999

Full Results  - NOC Web Site


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2006 - OD RETAIN COMPASS SPORT CUP TROPHY NEW WINNERS  SARUM

Cup
Trophy
1 OD 2157
2 SYO 2057
3 BOK 2038
4 AIRE 1903
5 NOC 1840
6 WCH 1812
7 SLOW 1774
8 SO 1724
9 MDOC 1690
10 TVOC 1393
d.com1 SARUM 1265
2 FVO 1239
3 SBOC 1185
4 GO 1144
5 ERYRI 1131
6 SOS 1130
7 CLARO
8 TAY
Results from Nopesport - thanks Tatty

OD Captain - Alan Halliday


SARUM