On Sunday the 12th of November 2017 Setanta Orienteers are hosting a come and try it event at Massy’s Estate. The event will be signposted from Stocking Lane.
Start times will be between 10am-1pm and the courses will close at 2.30pm.
Parking around Hellfire Woods gets very congested every weekend so please make use of our early start if possible. Please car pool if you can and kindly follow the car parking marshals instructions, parking will be on forest road at top of Hellfire Woods car park.
Registration will be at top of car parkRead more
Event Postponed to Oct 15th subject to permits from Coillte and National Park, but they both indicated that this should not be a problem.
The forecast is quite uncertain, but with the remnants of Hurricane Lee in the mix, it seems definite that there will be rain Sat night and into Sunday morning with the possibility of the river being dangerous to cross.
We will look at making back-up courses to fall back on if we are in same situation in 2 weeks.Read more
The annual Setanta Club Championships is on Sat 7th October This year’s championships are being hosted by Dessie & SandraRead more
What a great competition and record numbers at the Rogaine Ireland event this weekend 🙂 Overall winners of the 24Read more
Results can be viewed at: http://www.orienteering.ie/result2?oaction=fullSIResult&id=2964 Thanks & congrats to all who competed, a full report will follow shortly. ARead more
Closing date extended to Wed 21st, but the great news is that there are still some Long Sleeved tech tops available.
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The planning is finished, and the controls are being placed, all 47 of them! The weather is set fair. It’s a great way to spend a day in the hills!Read more
Enter on Fabian4 by clicking the image Entries Close Monday 19th June Entry fee per person 24hr €45 6hr €32Read more
A chance to run where only legendary orienteering dinosaurs have roamed before (with apologies to all the fun-loving legendary orienteering dinosaurs out there who have been to Ballyward previously).
Ballyward, last mapped in 1972, is the location for the sixth Leinster League event this year. For those of you who may not have been there before, and that might be a few of you, Ballyward is a medium sized very runnable wood with a great mix of linear and point features, and without one single bramble. It’s one not to be missed.