- Updated 13/12/23
- Updated 05/12/23
This page will be updated as the latest competition results are appended to the tables.
It will appear in several locations on the Area 5 website:
Updates will be posted on Area 5 Social Media
NB Section names taken from Area 5 result page 18th November ’23-’24 Season
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An excellent days show jumping at Northop. Please find, for information, a copy of the final league results/positions for Individual and Team.
These results will be changes and this page updated as the season moves forward.
The Area Winter League SJ Final is on Saturday 11th March. The WL SJ Final Schedule on 11th March, will incl. a friendly 50cms Class, and a 70cms and a 80cms Pairs Class.
These are the Area 5 Winter League Show Jumping Final results held at Kelsall on Saturday 26th March 2022.
WL SJ results up to and including Cheshire Hunt South on the 26/02/22
Please download and print, some may be able to click on the relevant .pdf and view within the browser, Google Chrome is good for this!
Thank you to Cheshire Hunt South /Waen Y LLyn Branches for hosting our Area 5 Show Jumping, particularly to Chris Kirby and Dani Tanton and their teams for such a well organised day.
It was a very long day but the weather and the venue – Bolesworth Castle – were outstanding. The course, designed by Jill Milner – was suitably testing. The members were very lucky to be able to Show Jump at such a prestigious venue.
The picture is of a relatively small Branch – Aberconwy – who did particularly well and will be one of the teams going forward to the Championships. Full results will be on the Website soon.
These are not the Final tables as the season was curtailed by the Covid19 pandemic.