This is an open competition so you don't even need to be a member of NEMAA to win a medal - make sure your club are aware and get them to get their entries in!
Full details and entries at https://www.birtleyac.co.uk/birtley-masterssenior-xc-relays-2024.html
The Open BMAF Championships are open to all Masters - there is a £3 surcharge for all non-area club members. Entries must be made via the OpenTrack system using the button at the bottom of this post. Please check with George Routledge if you are unsure whether you are registered with BMAF or not - do NOT try and register yourselves.
The NEMAA Championships are 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, £3 surcharge) and you will be automatically entered into the NEMAA Championships if you are eligible.
RACE TIMES: Provisional times (Final Timetable 12 Sep)
11:45 W35+ M65+
14:00 M50, M55, M60
15:30 M35, M40, M45
Club vests must be worn, and shoes must be checked to ensure they meet the latest legal shoe requirements (Check HERE for latest update). Bib numbers will be available to be collected from the announcer's box on the day of competition. All events will take place within the NEMAA Pentathlon at Monkton Stadium on Saturday 16th September - final timetable TBC.
Entries can be made using the button below
Entries are now open for the Open Pentathlon Championships at Monkton Stadium on Saturday September 16th 2023. This is an open competition which incorporates the NECAA pentathlon champs and the NEMAA pentathlon championships. All masters (O35) athletes are eligible to enter the open championships, whilst NEMAA members are eligible for both the open and the NEMAA championships. Entries and details can be found on THIS PAGE.
NEMAA are very pleased to announce that we are holding our very first stand alone Weight Pentathlon Championships on September 9th at Monkton Stadium. Numbers will be strictly limited to 40 competitors, to allow a quality competition for all competitors.
Non NEMAA members and members of other area masters clubs will be charged a small additional fee, but must not displace any NEMAA competitor from a medal position. All competitors must be 35 or over and registered with a UKA affiliated club. Club vests must be worn. Entry lists and results will be shown on the Roster Athletics platform - link to follow.
Entries and details HERE
Entries close 7pm Friday 1st September 2023
The British Masters Athletics Federation are pleased to announce that entries are now open for the 2023 BMAF British Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The competition will take place on September 1st-3rd, at Moorways Stadium, Derby.
Full information and entry details can be found on OpenTrack.
Expressions of interest are now invited for the above event - full details HERE
The NEMAA Track and Field Championships are taking place on Saturday June 17th at Monkton Stadium. Entries are available via our club shop or the link on the Track and Field page. Entry is only £5.15 with each extra event costing £2 (there is a small surcharge for non-NEMAA members). Your entries can be viewed HERE - this is also where the start lists and results will appear on the day, so please bookmark the page! Alternatively, you can download the Roster Athletics App, available in both the Apple Store and Google Play Store - search for NEMAA under the competition heading when you've installed the app.
Please note that as the BMAF 10,000m champs are taking place in September within our Pentathlon Champs, the 5,000m championships are now taking place with these Track & Field Championships. The 3,000m champs will be taking place in the 3rd NEMAA Track and Field League.
To enter, click the timetable below or use the button.
This year our championships are incorporated into the Roman Wall Fell Race on Saturday 10th June, which is itself part of the Roman Wall Show.
Entries are now open for Match 1 of the NEMAA Track and Field League on May 15th 2023. Full details of each match can be found on the Track and Field main page, along with links to enter match 1 or buy a season pass which gives you entry to all six league matches.
Please note that we have a slightly different timetable this year, with all disciplines having an A and B group. There will be a maximum of 15 athletes accepted in each A group, and these athletes must meet (or exceed) their age group standard to be considered for selection.
We are extremely short of field officials for this first match - we could really use some extra help, so if your club has any qualified field officials of any grade, or any willing volunteers, please ask them to consider helping out to ensure the smooth running of this first match in the series. Thank you.