2019/20 Final SE League Table
2018/19 Final SE League Table
2017/18 Final SE League Table
9-May-21 SLOW Winterfold - results
30-May-21 SAX Chilham & Challock - results
13-Jun-21 SO Oldhouse - results
14-Nov-21 SN Long Valley -results
5-Dec-21 CHIG Epping N - results
16-Jan-22 DFOK Chelwood
23-Jan-22 SAX Enchanted Place
27-Feb-22 HH Ashridge
10-Apr-22 SLOW Leith Hill
22-May-22 SO Friston
Congratulations to SEJS members Tommy Heap (M16), Scarlet Heap (W18) and Adam Conway (M18), who were all selected to represent England at the recent Junior Home International competition hosted by SLOW on 9/10 October.
Adam had a great result coming 3rd in the individual race. England won the individual event. In the relays, Scotland and England drew, leaving England with the overall win. Ireland took 3rd and the small Wales team finished 4th.
Congratulations to Scarlet Heap, 2nd in W18E and best performer in SEJS at this year's British Orienteering Championships.
The squad had a great weekend in Redcar at the Junior Inter-Regional Championships on 26/27 September.
The main purposes of the Association are to provide facilities for and to promote participation in the amateur sport of Orienteering in the South East area of England.
The main activities undertaken by the region include:-
The SEOA Committee are due to meet on the following dates:
9th December 2021 10th March 2022 9thJune 2022
The South East Junior Squad is aimed at juniors in the 14-18 age groups who want to improve their orienteering, train regularly with other juniors, have fun and make new orienteering friends. We meet once a month and sometimes have weekends away for training or competitions, such as the annual Junior Inter-Regional Championships.
The South East League is an annual competition between its member clubs, which runs over each autumn/winter/spring season. The league is based on events approved by SEOA.
The Individual League is a competition between individual members, using the same events, but on a calendar year basis.
Orienteering is an exciting and challenging outdoor sport that exercises mind and body.
The aim is to navigate between control points marked on an orienteering map.
In competitive orienteering the challenge is to complete the course in the quickest time choosing your own best route.
Find out more on the British Orienteering website
These are a great way to get outside and go orienteering at a time and place that suits you. Courses offer a huge range of variety, from urban courses in city centres to rural routes through beautiful scenery. They are on your doorstep or further afield helping you to discover new places.