Next Event: STAG’s Scottish Night Championships - Sat 10th Feb’18 - Pollok CP - No.600.

For the 2nd time STAG will host the SNC with a brand new map of Pollok CP.

Entries are now open for both The Scottish Night Championships & SoSOL 3 the next day ; both being held in Pollok Country Park.

Click here to go to SI Entries

10th Feb 18 Read more...

STAG SCORES+ venues 3 & 4 reversed

Due to a Triathlon taking place on 18 March at Strathclyde CP & a number of road closures we are having to swap round the venues for Scores3+ & 4+.

15th Jan 18 Read more...

STAG’s Maps & Permanent Course Maps - 9th Jan 2018 - inc support materials

Currently copies of STAG’s permanent courses, with the exception of Pollok CP, can be obtained in 2 ways.
Blank copies of STAG maps are also available to purchase but please note that to actually set out Orienteering Markers requires formally permission from the landowner.

09th Jan 18 Read more...

STAG Scores+ 2018 Series - Scores after Event 1 - Drumpellier CP

Courtesy of Professor John McKendrick’s Mathematical Skills please open attachment below

07th Jan 18 Read more...

Map of Drumpellier Country Park Map

STAG Score 1 - Sunday 7th January’18 - Drumpellier CP- No.599., Results

Thank-you for your support. There is one “rogue result” that appears to be on Yellow but there is no one with a recorded time of 29:13. The person also took controls in the incorrect order so it is shown as DNF.

07th Jan 18 Read more...

Map of Bellahouston Park Map

STAG Dark Park 5 - Wed 3rd Jan’18 - Bellahouston Park - No.598., Results

Many Thanks to everyone for their support this evening but particularly to Gerry who, despite being told to stay at home was ever present to take charge of Registration & Results.

Well done to young Anna Talbot who did visit all the controls but this event had defined courses as shown at the top of the map. If it had been a SCORE TYPE (visit in any order) she would have scored maximum points. The computer system only shows when controls were visited in the correct sequence.

03rd Jan 18 Read more...

STAG SCORES return in 2018 but with a twist!

STAG’s very popular SCORE Events return in 2018 with a wee twist for those who just don’t like the challenge that thinking too much can bring or can’t sustain concentration for 60 minutes!
DO NOT ENTER SCORE 2 as this event has had to be cancelled
The twist is that Yellow, Orange, Light Green & Short Score (40 minutes) options shall be available using the same score map but separate loose Control Control Descriptions for the Colour Coded Courses. Map & Control Descriptions available pre-formal start for those who wish to join up controls & /or plan their strategy. Enter here

24th Dec 17 Read more...

Map of Cathkin Braes Country Park Map

STAG’s 19th GPC - Sun 3rd Dec’17 - Nos 595,596 & 597- Event Report added, Results

Thank-you to all the STAG Team who supported this event & to competitors from near & far.

Results are here.

12th Dec 17 Read more...

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In 1982, St. Andrew’s Orienteering Club (Glasgow) was formed in the East End of Glasgow with the primary purpose of making Orienteering a more accessible activity.
By producing maps & hosting events, setting up permanent facilities & facilitating schools’ involvement we continue to promote Orienteering as a
Sport For All & a Sport For Life.

Although we may be numerically small, we do a phenomenal (no sponsorship in the air I’m afraid!) amount of events & continue to pioneer how Orienteering can be embraced throughout education.

In 2017 we have continued to liaise with Local Authorities to support our work; Review the usefulness or otherwise of using Sports Centres to sell map packs ; Arranged 4 Score Events ; Supported World Orienteering Day; Piloted the STAG/SOA Membership option ; Offered Orienteering Activity as often as we can ; Hosted our 35th Anniversary Event in our latest new mapped area - Grandtully.

STAG hosted a SOUL based at Cumbernauld Theatre on Sunday 20th August 2017.
The Glasgow Parks Championships returns to its original date of 1st Sunday in December.

Formed in 1982, we continue to provide new & innovative ideas to stimulate local and Scottish Orienteering.

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