Top-scoring individuals and teams so far in the 2019 all-Ireland Highpointeering competitions. These leader boards are based on Highpointeering activity which took place during 2019 before 1st October.
This year’s all-Ireland Highpointeering competitions started on 1st January 2019 and will finish on 31st December 2019. The leader boards below indicate the top placings and point-scores as they were on 30th September 2019.
During this nine-month period, we received a total of 231 Highpointeer Score Forms from ten participating individuals. Of these, 191 forms comply with our competition rules and count toward the scores of the ten Highpointeers. 40 score forms did not qualify.
Final results for the full year-long competitions will be announced in January 2020.
So far in 2019, a total of ten Highpointeers have submitted score forms.
1. Josephine O’Brien (271 pts)
2. Patrick O’Brien (270 pts)
3. Dillon Lynch (247 pts)
4. Johnny O’Brien (241 pts)
5. Noel Curtis (189 pts)
6. Michael Murphy (146 pts)
7. Emma Dowling (113 pts)
8. Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh (109 pts)
9. Mick Winters (62 pts)
10. David Barnes (17 pts)
So far in 2019, there is one Highpointeer competing in the under 18s category.
1. Dillon Lynch (247 pts)
So far in 2019, one club is being represented in the clubs category.
1. Peaks Mountaineering Club (271 pts)
So far in 2019, seven counties are being represented in the Counties League.
1. County Cork (517 pts)
2. County Tipperary (512 pts)
3. County Meath (302 pts)
4. County Carlow (146 pts)
5. County Limerick (109 pts)
6. County Tyrone (62 pts)
7. County Donegal (17 pts)
So far in 2019, three provinces are being represented in the Provinces League.
1. Munster (1,138 pts)
2. Leinster (448 pts)
3. Ulster (79 pts)
4. Connacht (0 pts)
We aim to publish the final scores and announce the winners at the start of January 2020 to reflect all logged and registered Highpointeering activity in 2019 up to 31st December.
There are still three months of competition left, so it’s not too late to get involved. If you’ve been logging your High Point visits using the Peakhunter app during 2019, but haven’t submitted any score forms to us yet, we invite you to convert those logged visits into points.
Want to be on our final score boards?
To appear on our final score boards you need to log each High Point you visit while you are physically present at its location using the Peakhunter app AND submit a Highpointeer Score Form afterwards. If you haven’t already submitted Highpointeer Score Forms for High Point visits you have logged so far in 2019, we invite you to do so no later than 31st December 2019.
We do not publish quarterly leader boards for the following ratings-based award competitions. Final results for these will be announced in January 2020.