The very last NECAA Open T&F meeting takes place at Morpeth on 18th October. This event includes hammer, discus, shot, long jump, 200m, 800m and the mile. Details and entries can be made HERE
Finally, to round the month off, we have a third NECAA open meeting at Morpeth, which will include numerous track and field events for all age groups including masters (who can throw their own age group weights), as well as the NEMAA 3,000m Track Championships. Numbers are limited due to the usual Covid restrictions, we'd advise you to get your entries in as soon as you can - entries are online only (debit or credit card), unfortunately there are no postal entries. Entries are CLOSED.
Timetable and start lists can be seen HERE
NOTE - the 3,000m champs are an open competition - medals will only be awarded to NEMAA members, but you don't have to be a member to compete.
Full details and an entry link are HERE
Free Virtual 5k Road Running Champs for affiliated athletes
Medals for top 3 male and female athletes overall
Individual winning medals by age category: Ambulant Para, U17, U20, U23, SEN, V35, V40, V45, V50, V55, V60, V65, V70, V75, V80, V85, V90
3-to-score ladies & men's team scoring based on cumulative time
How to compete
Our Season Pass (six matches for the price of five) is now available for purchase in our online store HERE. Individual match entries will be available shortly in the online store (awaiting final timetable confirmation).
All matches will take place at Monkton Stadium on Monday evenings, with field events beginning at 6.15pm and track events at 6.30pm
Full timetable details and rules will be available online shortly.
Match 1 Monday 4th May
Match 2 Monday 18th May
Match 3 Monday 8th June
Match 4 Monday 29th June
Match 5 Monday 6th July
Match 6 Monday 27th July
Brough Law Fell Race takes place on Sunday March 15th. This is the NEMAA Fell Running Championship race, and it's the ONLY Masters event where on the day entries count for NEMAA awards - don't miss out! This event is also the next Endurance GP event, so you'll get points awarded too.
These championships incorporate the NEMAA Indoor T&F Championships - online entry HERE or you can click on the form below to download the postal entry form. Field events on the 15th, Track events on the 16th - closing date is 1st Feb
Masters Grand Prix is back at the English Institute of Sport for a whole afternoon of Indoor Track & Field action on Saturday 8th Feb, starting at 1.15pm. This event is a month before the European Masters Indoors in Braga, Portugal on 15th March, so could be a perfect tune-up event! Full details and entries here.
Online entries available in the NEMAA Shop or you can enter by post here
Entry for paid-up NEMAA members £5.00 non-members £8.00
RACE 1: 12.30 – Women 35 & Over and Men 65 & Over (approx 3.5 miles – 2 laps)
RACE 2: 1.15 – Men 35-64 (approx 5.25 miles – 3 laps)
NEMAA Championship awards to the first three individuals in each 5 year age group.
Team awards for the first 3 teams (3 to count) in 10 year age groups (no team entry necessary):
Race 1: F35-44, F45-54, F55+, M65
Race 2: M35-44, M45-54, M55-64
The Race HQ and parking is at North Moor Farm (Hartley Main Farm on Google Maps), on the A192 north of Seaton Delaval. Post code NE25 0PX. There will be a parking charge of £2.00 per vehicle. Access via the Cramlington A19/A189 Moor Farm roundabout. Go north onto the A189 (Blyth, Ashington). Follow the A189 to the A192 Three Horse Shoes roundabout. Take the 4th exit (A192 Blyth/Tynemouth/Seaton Delaval). At next roundabout take the 2nd exit (A192) to Seaton Delaval. North Moor Farm is one mile on the left.
Please note: For safety reasons there will be no access to the farm from the A192 south, cars will not be allowed to turn right across traffic into the farm. Cars travelling north from Seaton Delaval must continue past the farm, turn at the roundabout and approach from the north. The farm is for registration, parking and the presentation only. There are no toilet facilities at the farm, toilets will be available on the course.
The Championship is open to all Masters who are First Claim members of the club for which they are competing and who qualify for the Championships by residence or birth in the counties of Northumberland, Durham, Tyne & Wear or Cleveland (non-NEMAA members welcome)
Online entries can be made HERE. If you prefer to enter by post, a copy of the entry form can be downloaded here.
The second Birtley AC cross country relay event will take place on Sunday January 19th 2020, and will incorporate the NEMAA XC Relay Championships. The prospectus is shown below, and entries can be made via the Birtley website
Remember, these are an open championships - team members do not need to be NEMAA members to win awards.