MLN Catterick South

Wednesday 14th February

This event is the second event of the MLN 23-24 league

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Entries are closed. Amendments can be made to existing entries as allowed by the event organiser.

Entered: 59

Car Sharing available


Final course details available nearer the event

Blue 7.0Km, 95m, 29 controls
Long, technically difficult with pictorial descriptions
Entry limit: 80
Entered: 20

Short Green 3.3Km, 50m, 19 controls
Shorter medium distance, technically difficult with pictorial descriptions
Entry limit: 60
Entered: 15

Light Green 4.2Km, 45m, 18 controls
Medium distance, technically Medium with loose pictorial descriptions, textural descriptions on the map
Entry limit: 60
Entered: 10

Red 4.9Km, 75m, 13 controls
Long, technically easy with textural descriptions.
Entry limit: 60
Entered: 14

Entry Fees
    Entry Fee: £7.50
    Entry Fee: £6.00
Military plus Coaching
    Entry Fee: £6.50
Late entries for a £1 supplement up to 8pm on the day before
Event Information

Travel Directions
Car parking at What3words youthful.table.emulating. The nearest postcode takes you into the stables, the car parking is further East along Loos Road. The nearest postcode is DL9 4LG.

The event area is the public area in the south of the Garrison. It has a significant river valley runing SW to NE. There are a range of small blocks of mainly runable woodland, significant areas of barracks and domestic housing. The south part of the map is mainly horse grazing and a sports field.

Scale 1:5,000, 4,000 for Sh Green, 5m interval, printed on waterproof paper. Updated for this event by the planner.

Planner : Phill Batts
Organiser: Capt Mark Davis
Controller: Chief Tech Wayne Byrne

Punching system
EMIT Emitag Touch Free. Wrist strap chip system with LED light to indicate a successful punch. No beep. No hire charge but lost tags charged at £75.

Reception:11.30 - 14.00 hrs for Tag collection.
Starts: 12.00 - 14.30 hrs
Courses Close: 15.30 hrs. Controls will be taken in from 15.00 hrs.

Coaching is available for up to 20 military. The coaching sessions are aimed at beginners or those competing on Red or Lt Green courses. They will: start at 12:00 prompt, finish around 15:30, include a run on a course and conclude with a de-brief and action planning. For more information contact Phill Batts via

To book coaching (cost is 50p) please select the 'Mil &Coaching' class when you enter.

You must adhere to the British Orienteering Participant Code of Conduct.

Full leg and arm cover is mandatory; that means no shorts, vests or exposed ankles.

Dogs are allowed on the courses

Results with splits will be at

Civilian Participation
For civilians participating in Army orienteering, Public Liability Insurance is provided by Towergate; individuals are advised to have their own private accident insurance. This event is conducted iaw British Orienteering Rules 2019 and land booked iaw the AOA DIO Licence and JSP907.

Personal Responsibility
Orienteering in the Army is classed as individual military training. Civilian competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and for assessing their own abilities to complete the course.

Use of personal data
The personal data you give at Registration will be used by the event organisers and their agents for the purpose of processing and publishing entries and results, conducting safety checks and as required by our insurers to validate our cover. Your information will be managed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).