To be eligible for a SCOA Championship, an individual must be a member of British Orienteering and have SCOA as their nominated Association (as shown on their BOF membership card). Individuals who are members of two clubs will thus be eligible only if their first club is a SCOA club.
On this page, we display events that are sponsored by, or are relevant to, SCOA members. Note that the SCOA Championships are sponsored by SCOA, the requirements for determining the event are shown at SCOA Championships Requirements.
The 2013 SCOA Middle Distance Championships were held at SN's event at Oxshott Common on Sunday 7th April. It was a beautiful sunny spring day, a welcome relief after recent unseasonally cold weather.
Congratulations are exteneded to the prizewinners, a list of which can be seen in the table...Read more
The inaugural SCOA relays were held on Saturday 16th June 2012 at Southern Navigators' event at Bagshot Heath.
A total of 15 SCOA teams competed, 7 open teams (inclduing 1 womens only team), 7 handicap teams and 1 junior team.
Congratulations are extended to the following class winners:
1. BAOC1 (Sarah Rollins, ...Read more
The 2012 SCOA Championships were held at the SARUM Saunter event at Hamptworth on Sunday 26th February. It was a beautiful sunny spring day, which complemented the excellent event provide by SARUM.
A list of the prizewinners can be seen in the table below....Read more
The SCOA Championships 2011 were held at the Chiltern Challenge at Hambleden on 13 March 2011. However it was not possible to hold the prizegiving that day.
The prizegiving took place at the SOC event at Slufters Enclosure on Sunday 11th September.
Photographs of the prize-giving can be viewed here.