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Headington results available

So the street-o season is up and running again, with the results of this week’s event now available. Congratulations to Roger and Marie-Anne for leading the standings at this early stage, and thanks to Bill for planning the first event.

Oxford Street-O is back

The evenings are getting darker now so you’ll all be glad to know that the return of Oxford Street-O is nearly here! The first event of the season takes place next Wednesday in Headington, courtesy of Bill Child. The tried and tested event format is unchanged, but there are a couple of differences for the series as a whole – firstly the series scoring system has been amended to make it simpler and hopefully more competitive at the top, and secondly we will be venturing further afield to find some new challenges, with an event in Abingdon next year, and possibly one in Kidlington as well. Best of luck and I hope you enjoy the new season!

March results

The results for last month’s event in Temple Cowley are now available. Many thanks to Neville and Marie-Anne for organising and the Marsh Harrier for hosting us. There’s only one more event left in the season, so I hope to see lots of you in Botley!

Date change for March event

A bit more advance notice this time, but the date for this month’s event has also had to be changed at the request of the venue. It will take place on Tuesday 25th March, based at the Marsh Harrier in Temple Cowley and venture into probably the only part of Oxford inside the ring road that we have yet to visit.

February results published

Last week’s results are now available. Apologies for the delay. Many thanks to Matt for organising and to the Prince of Wales for hosting us.

February event postponed by a week

The event that was to have taken place next Tuesday has been postponed by a week to Tuesday 25th February due to a last-minute change to the organiser’s work commitments. Apologies for any inconvenience.