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July 4, 2010 & July 25, 2010
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Results and Photos available from July 4th - see above


Sorry, but we've had to cancel the event on July 25th due to a family illness.

  • Our sixth consecutive year of Leg work around Longfield.

  • 10:45 to 11:00
    Arrival. Just time for a cuppa and cake. All day refreshments provided.

  • 11:15 to 13:30
    Leg-ability 1 (Search Trial): Previously known as the Longfield Triangle.
    A contest to test your searching capabilities. Find 16 code boards, which guide you to 8 more, then another 4, a pair, and a final board which points you to a treasure cache. A two-hour romp through the woods and field of Longfield.
    Download The Definitive Guide to the Longfield Leg-ability Search Trial for further details.

  • 13:30 to 14:30
    Lunch. A sumptuous buffet while you swap tales about your treasure hunt.

  • 14:30 to 15:30
    Leg-ability 2 (Time Trial): After lunch choose from several local footpath walks of around 1.25 - 2 miles and deposit any timepiece you have (including GPSr's) before you start. Predict exactly how long the walk will take you; there are penalties for getting back too early or too late. You'll have to record a code board at the furthest point on the footpath to prove you completed the walk. Download maps of Paths 1A and 1B & Paths 2A and 2B.
    As added value for any geocachers that come there will be a new cache to find on one of the footpaths. (July 4 - Rally Round 36 aka Leg-ability 1; July 25 - Rally Round 37 aka Leg-ability 2)

  • 15:30 to 15:45
    Time for a tea break and Leg-ability 3: (Distance Trial) There will be a course laid out in the ménage. Measure/guess the distance of the course to the nearest centimetre – without using any measuring instrument, or calibrated feet!

  • 15:45 to 16:45
    Leg-ability 4: (Average Speed Trial) Also known as a Pegularity. Set off on a fixed route around Longfield (between 0.5 and 1.0 miles) and say what speed you will attempt to average (between 1.5 and 3.0 mph). We know the exact distance – you won’t. Penalties for arriving early or late. (Pegularity Route Map)

  • 17:00+
    Awards presentation.
    There will be medals for first and second on each Trial.
    Points will also be awarded for Trial positions 1st=25, 2nd=18, 3rd=15, 4th=12, 5th=10, 6th=8, 7th=6, 8th=4, 9th=2, 10th=1 (half points if you do any Trial as a couple).
    The Leg-ability Overall Champion will be the individual with the most points. Medals also for 2nd and 3rd overall. Winners of overall awards will forsake any Trial awards to the next best performances.

  • No entry fee but donations will be collected for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

  • Link to Pegularity 2009 and Triangle 2009 to see what happened last year.

Entry Lists

July 4, 2010 July 25, 2010
Len Graves aka
Malcolm Heymer  
Wendy Graves Christine Heymer?  
Paul Carlier   Paul Carlier (Marshal)
Andrea Weston   Andrea Weston (Marshal)
Jenny Butler aka
Peter Hayes  
Simon Butler Christine Hayes?  
Melanie Nel aka
Anne Culverwell? aka
The Kitty Cachers
Ray Bashford Jess Culverwell?
Sarah Harmer   Grahame Points  
John Harmer   Jean Points  
Sylvia Price aka
We do checks and cache
Chris Towers  
Robert Price Robin Hernaman  
Gilly Ryan aka
Cathy Hernaman  
Grahame Ryan Ken Larking  
Dave Beckerleg   Gina Hollick  
Sandra Beckerleg   Rob Roebuck  
Shawn Beckerleg   Stephanie Arber aka
Clair Beckerleg   Chris Cook aka
cookie cook
Caroline Crowther      
Oliver Khaldi      
Peter Rymill aka
Pam Rymill    
Stuart Whenmouth aka
Jake Versey aka
Chris French aka
James Hustler aka
Ken Larking (Marshal)      


July 4, 2010 July 25, 2010
Salt aka
Salt aka
Pepper Pepper
Aggie Aggie
Tat Tat
Clover Clover

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