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Track & Field

Cross Country


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Notts Mini League T&F

2018 Season


U11, U13, U15 age groups


First match:

Saturday 28th April 2018

Harvey Hadden Stadium, Nottingham

Notts Mini League XC


Results now online
for all 5 matches

PLUS overall individual & team results.


Congratulations to all athletes and teams who competed!

Notts Sportshall League 2017-18

Results now online
for all 5 matches

(plus U11 Octathlon and UK East Midlands regional finals)



Congratulations to all athletes and teams who competed!

Quadrathlon competition for U11s

Saturday 12th May 2018 (Notts athletes, by school)

Sunday 13th May 2018 (Derbys Athletes)

Closing date 21st April
Still Spaces
Entres this week please also send email

Harvey Hadden Stadium, Nottingham

For young athletes aged 9 or 10 on the day of the competition. Each athlete competes in all 4 events: 75m sprint, 600m run, long jump and howler javelin.

For further information, timetable and results when available: To view the results: To view the results: For full details and booking form:

Kenilworth Half Marathon

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Web Diary

Hurdles and Jumps Academy

UKA Regulations

Sunday 2nd Sept 2018

Plus fun run for u16s

I hope you are enjoying watching the Commonwealth Games in Queensland, Australia?

I have just found out that Olivia Mathias of Newark AC was competing for Wales. Olivia was a regular athlete in all our Mini League events and we are very proud of her!

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8th Feb 2018

Sat 14th April
10am to 12 Noon

U13 to U17
Hurdles, Long & High jump
(no need to book)

Harvey Hadden Stadium Nottm.

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Results Queries

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Athlete's age categories

U13 and aboveCompetitors

All Athletes U13 and above

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You can check an athlete's age category using the downloadable Excel spreadsheet below.

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age on: Aug 31st 2018

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Helpers & Officials Needed!

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For each event we need helpers / officials. This is something any parent or Athlete can do to help maintain the Standards and Enjoyment of All

A small amount training ensures things are done correctly






Athlete registration

Coinciding with the start of the new track and field season, the latest version of the UKA Rules for Competition 2016 are to be launched on April 1st and UKA have announced information on the updates that will be included. UKA Rules apply from the Under 13 Age Group upwards.

These include important changes regarding compulsory athlete registration in competitions held under UKA Rules . It is important that athletes, club membership secretaries, team managers and others are aware of this and the associated guidance.

While athlete registration is a well established part of the sport to help athletes and others affected by different aspects of registration rules we have put together the following advice

Guidance for athletes

It is important that athletes (and parents of younger athletes, UKA Rules apply from the Under 13 Age Group upwards) take responsibility for their role in ensuring their club registration is up to date. Be aware the volunteers at your club are involved in carrying out a wider range of activities to support athletes so playing your part is important.

Here is what you should do:

  • Ensure you know your URN/ licence number (also sometimes referred to as licence number or England Athletics number ) – more below
  • Ensure you pay your club membership fe e, including England Athletics' registration fee, promptly
    • Make clear to your club that you are a competing athlete if your club also has non-competing athletes
    • Be aware of your club's membership renewal process – when do you need to pay and how?
  • Log in at to check your details are correct and your registration status. If necessary us the forgotten username and/ or forgotten password functionality
  • Make a note of your URN/ Licence number (also sometimes referred to as England Athletics number )– this is given at the top of your Summary/ Personal Details
  • Ensure your details are correct on your profile:
    • First name – especially if your name can be abbreviated
    • Surname
    • Date of Birth
    • Email address
  • When you are sent your athlete pack keep hold of your registration card
  •  If your name and date of birth are correct on the portal (Trinity) you can also use to find your URN (also sometimes referred to as licence number or England Athletics number)
  • Remember
    • The new affiliation year begins on 1 April
    • Previously registered athletes who have not renewed their registration by 30 June will become ‘unregistered' at that point







Newark Athletic Club added 5 new photos .
Yesterday at 9:35am ·

We're all super proud of Olivia Mathias competing in the Commonwealth Games earlier today for Wales in the triathlon mixed relay. Here's a report from the President who is lucky enough to be out there watching, but for the rest of us it meant getting up at 4am! Some photos courtesy of Paul Reed with some more to follow.

"If you are going to make your debut in the Commonwealth Games then Southport on the Australian Gold Coast is a spectacular place to do it and that is exactly what Newark AC/ swimming club member Olivia Mathias did today 7th April. Olivia competed for Wales in the mixed triathlon relay 2 women/2 men cheered on by family and friends including AC president she coped admirably with the 26.1 air temp, 24.2 water temp, 60% humidity and a wind speed of 8.3m/s. taking over on leg 3 in 5th place she managed to maintain that during her 250m swim, (transition from swim to bike being quicker than in UK with no wetsuit to remove), 7k bike and 1.5k run and managing to hold off the fast finishing commonwealth champion from Bermuda. The welsh team were ranked 8th going into the event and eventually finished 6th with the team management pleased to beat the Scottish team." Gareth Bagguley