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11th October 2021: EA Champs presentations

Mini-presentations were held at both events of the Autumn in Anglia weekend, to award the East Anglian Championship trophies from HAVOC's Championship event at Epping a couple of weeks earlier. Photos of some of the category winners with their trophies are shown below.

In addition to the EA Champs trophies, two additional awards were presented: Sarah Mansel of SUFFOC, who happened also to be the planner of the Bury St Edmunds event, received the Bill Stevens trophy for contribution to orienteering in the region, and Kate Jarrett was awarded the Joan George award for best performance at the EA Championships.

7th October 2021: East Anglian Championships 2021

The East Anglian Championships 2021 were held at HAVOC's event in Epping South West on 26th September, where orienteers of all age classes were competing with their peers in the region to be the champion in their age class, or outright winner. Congratulations to all the class winners. Trophies will be presented at the Autumn in Anglia event at Bury St Edmunds on 10th October. If you are going to this event, we hope you will attend the presentation and applaud the recipients.

Full results can be viewed on the HAVOC website, and the list of current and past East Anglian Champions is available here.

Due to an unfortunate side effect of various events having been rescheduled as the orienteering calendar returns to normal, the championships were on the same date as at the Junior Inter-Regional Championships (JIRCS). The JIRCS took place near Redcar in the north-east of England, where the East Anglian Junior Squad, representing their region in a combination of individual and team competitions, secured a very creditable 6th place overall. Congratulations to the junior team and to Sally and Clive Wilkinson, whose coaching and enthusiasm helped produce this result.

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