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CLOK ENTRY SYSTEM

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User ID:
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If you are not registered to use the CLOK Entry System, you can use this form to request a user ID and password.

Note from the webmaster

All the events that were going to be taking place during November have been postponed because of the Autumn lockdown.

If you come across any problems with the system, please let me know so that I can try to resolve them before they affect too many other people.

Notes on the Entry System

This new online entry system has been set up to enable us to organise orienteering events in a way that minimises the risk of spreading Covid-19.  In particular, we need to avoid:-

The online entry system addresses these issues by:-

The system operates as follows:-

(1)   First you need to apply for a user ID and password.
(2) The first step in entering an event is to reserve the appropriate number of start slots.  Click on the Reserve button for the relevant event.  The system will only offer you the 15-minute start blocks for which your entries would not take the number of runners above the limit for the event, and for some events there will also be a limit on the number of different households allocated to each start block.
(3) Once you have successfully reserved your start slots, the system will accept your entries.  Click on the Enter button for the relevant event.
(3) When you submit your entries for an event, the entry fees get added to your account.  To see the statement of your account, click on the View account button on your main account page.
(4)

You can pay off the balance of your account every few weeks (or months) by either (a) making a bank transfer to the CLOK bank account or (b) making a contactless card payment at some events.

You'll find the CLOK bank account details on the main page of your account.  When you're making a bank transfer payment, please give your user ID and surname as the reference.

If you're making a contactless card payment at an event, please give the person with the card machine your user ID and surname so that we can credit the payment to your account.

If you want to, you can build up a credit balance in your account by making a payment of more than your outstanding balance.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Alastair Mackenzie.