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.
This event incorporates the NEMAA Marathon Championships - entries are online HERE
This popular 10k includes the NEMAA 10k Champs - entries can be made HERE
Closing date 20th October 2019, but places limited and likely to sell out quickly.
Our 5 mile Championship event is incorporated into the Locke Park 5 Mile Race, which takes place on 27th October 2019. This year, the male and female races will be run separately, with the men going first at 10.00am and the women at 10.45am. There are currently around 145 male places, and 146 female places available, so don't wait around if you wish to take part - get your entry in as soon as possible. To enter, click the button below.
This is an open event, open to all athletes, incorporating the NECAA Pentathlon Champs and the NEMAA Pentathlon Champs, plus a NEMAA Weight Pentathlon.
Male events:- Shot Putt, Long Jump, 200m, Javelin and 1,500m
Female events:- Shot Putt, Long Jump, 200m, Javelin and 800m
Weight Pentathlon:- Shot Putt, Javelin, Discus, Hammer and Weight (you must be proficient in the use of the weight implement to participate in this event).
Athletes may choose to compete in both the pentathlon and the weight pentathlon for an additional fee of £5.
Entries for all Masters athletes should be made via our own website - details of both online entries and postal entries can be seen on this page. An order of events will be published nearer to the date of competition.
The BMAF Track10k Championships will also be taking place at the same event.
The BMAF Track 10k Championships will be taking place at Monkton Stadium on 21st September 2019. This event is open to ALL age groups, and both male and female athletes. Entries are strictly online only, via the BMAF OpenTrack system - you must have a login for the system to enter this race. If you are unsure of your login, or even whether you are on the system at all, please contact George Routledge as soon as possible - do not attempt to make a new account with OpenTrack yourself.
The NEMAA 10k Champs are incorporated into this event - there will be no separate entry for these champs, entries will all be via the OpenTrack system as outlined above.
Closing date for entries:- 11th Sept 2019
A provisional timetable is shown below - times are subject to change, depending on number of entries (there may only be two 10k races instead of three).
Darlington Harriers have an event coming up that might interest some of our members.
It’s on the evening of Friday 13th September at Shildon, they’re calling it “Power Night”, and £9 entry covers three events on the night - 100m, Long Jump and Shot Put.
As it’s a week or so before the NEMAA Pentathlon, they think it might be a perfect tune up event. It’ll be a relaxed, fun, friendly event but is fully licensed with all officials etc etc.
There is an FB Page for the event, the website is http://powernight.co.uk/ and entries are open now on race-results.co.uk
Fast 2 lap traffic free course in Watergate Park, Lobley Hill, Gateshead
Relay information for the last match on July 29th:-
1. Teams can be made up of mixed age groups, but the youngest member determines the overall age group.
2. Teams can also be mixed sexes but won't count towards any records - they will, however, count in the informal team comp (see no.5).
3. Composite teams (i.e. members from different clubs) may be formed, but will not count towards any records, or score in the informal team competition (see no.5)
4. Relay events don't count towards your 3 events and will not score team points for the grand prix team competition or individual points.
5. There WILL however be an informal relay team competition on the night, with 3 points for 1st place, 2 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd, with bonus points for any record broken.
6. A maximum of one guest will be allowed per team, but they must be eligible by age (i.e. 35 and over) and be a member of your club to count for a record.
7. Team sheets will be available on the night, or you can download a pdf by clicking on the picture at the bottom of this post.
8. Last leg runner will be supplied with a relay number on the night - to replace league number on vest. An age group sticker will also be provided - please ensure you give the correct age group for each runner in your team (full date of birth required for any guest runners).
PS There may be some familiar faces on the track for this event - don't miss out on what should hopefully be a fun (and competitive, obviously!) evening! Also, to give you all something to aim for, check out the records for the relays below!
Click on pic below to download pdf - forms will be available on the night so don't worry if you can't print!