The OSA Presentation evening was held on a cold, windy and showery evening at the Glenunga Hub. Outdoor activities of Direction-O and Wombat Hunt were organized by Bridget Anderson and partaken between showers, although the wind moved some of the hidden wombats.
A great slide show of the main orienteering activities through the year was put together by Erica Diment and Leila Henderson. This cab be viewed here.
The following awards were presented
Orienteer of the Year
M20A – Toby Cazzolatto
M21A – Simon Uppill
M45A - Greg Morcom
M55A – Ruhi Afnan
M65A – Paul Hoopman
M75A – Robert Smith
W16A – Gemma Burley
W20A - Jemima Lloyd
W21A – Vanessa Round
W35A – Jenny Casanova
W45A – Sandra Afnan
W55A – Zara Soden
W65A – Robin Uppill
W75A – Carol Such
M21AS – Tyson Hillyard
M55AS – Jeff Dinning
W55AS – Lan Kelly
MOPenB – Patrick Burley
WOpenB – Jacqueline Stephens
Full results are available here – note that an orienteer had to attend at least 4 events to be eligible for an award.
Sue Millard awards for the most improved junior awards
Boys – Ben Marshall (photo below)
Girls – Zoe Carter
Course Planner Award
Jack Marshall – For the Roseworthy Sprint courses
Arlo mention made of Robert Smith for the Middle Distance Championships., Nigel Dobson for the OY at Bri Glen and Kym Barnet for the Long Distance Championships.
OSA would also like to thank the event controllers – David Tilbrook, Aylwin Lim, Gerry Velaitis, Tyson Hillyard and Jenny Casanova.
And finally the John Hall Service Award was made to Bridget Uppill. Presentaion below by Rob Tucker - OSA President.
Some more photos of the evening can be seen on OSA Facebook page