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RESULTS for Open on 20/4/19

Thank you to everyone who came to support the first SAC open of the season.

Weather was stunning, officials were amazing, helpers were fantastic and the athletes were taking home PBs.

Below are the results, they will be submitted to power of 10 tomorrow evening, if you have any queries please contact me ASAP

200419 Open Track Results

200419 Open Field Results

200419 QK YR4 Results

200419 QK YR5 Results

Help needed for the open, 20th April

With over 260 entries so far on the opens and a few more days left until the closing date (13th April) we need some more helpers.

We need help with selling refreshments and kit, if you can spare an hour or half an hour please contact Diane Reavey

We also need help with the field events, with a full timetable and concurrent events we need more help. You will be put in a team alongside an experienced official. If you are interested or want to know more please contact me, Tracey Jones.

We cannot hold these events without your help and support so please come along an hour early or stay an hour longer and pick up a rake or make a cup of tea and show your support for the club.

Thanks

Hampshire Sportshall Indoor competition finishes with a flurry of awards.

The 4th and final Hampshire Indoor competition took place at Havant Leisure Centre on Sunday 10th,  it was absolutely fantastic to see over thirty U11s representing SAC, several athletes competing for the first time.

 

At the end of the competition individual medals were presented to a number of SAC athletes, these included Gracie Osman, Isabelle Wardle, Aman Uni and Jack Hawkins.

 

Delighted to announce the girls team came third, plaque being shown off by Isabelle and Gracie.

 

The boys were amazing, the Boys B team coming third and Boys A team winning the overall team event. The boys that contributed to the winning team over the 4 events were Jack Hawkins, Aman Uni, Nathan Bell, Keelan Channing-Wood and Aidan Hall.

 

Massive congratulations to all the athletes that represented SAC over the 4 indoor competitions.

 

Mark Wharton
U11s manager

 

Permission has been granted by Isabelle and Gracie parents to use the photo

Important information about subs renewal

This message has been sent from the membership secretary regarding the importance of paying subs NOW, if you wait until the end of the month you may not get your licence to compete until mid April. Please read the message and pay your subs.

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Just a quick email to remind those that haven’t paid already that membership fees for the season 2019/2020 are due.

As most of you are aware, the membership process is now completely online, via the LoveAdmin site, a link to which you should have received via email and if not you can find on the SAC website within the membership section.

From submitting your payment on LoveAdmin it takes approximately 10 days for the money to appear in the SAC account, from this point we are clear to pay the EA fees of £15 which makes you registered and available to enter events, including opens and league matches, this leg of the process takes an additional 5-7 days. So in total from submission of payment the process takes roughly 17 days.

If you are not able to pay till the end of the month, this is fine, but please be aware from the moment you submit payment there is this lag which will restrict you from actively entering competitions in the new season until completed. Any online entry system will display the message ‘URN not valid’.

You can assume the process is complete when you receive an email either from me or UKA stating your URN number.

I hope this makes sense and any problems at all please give me a shout and I will do my best to clear up any confusion.

Stuart Saint

Membership Secretary

Charity places available at Southampton Marathon, Half and 10k

Join Team SSJ at the ABP Marathon in Southampton on Sunday 5th May 2019!

Our runners have helped raise over £15,000 in the last few years, all of which has helped us to provide more housing and support to vulnerable homeless people. Every year thousands of people take to the streets of Southampton in this fantastic event for a whole variety of reasons – as a personal challenge, to raise money for charity, even just for fun! The atmosphere is electric and there is nothing more inspiring than standing on the Itchen Bridge and seeing the immense commitment of the incredible people who take part!

We have 15 runner places in the 10K event and 5 in the Half-marathon event. To register for one of these places please visit http://www.abpsouthamptonhalf.co.uk/– at the end of the registration form enter one of the following codes, depending on whether you want to run the 10K or the half-marathon:

For more information:

Do you want to help us combat homelessness? Join Team SSJ today!We have FREE charity spaces available in ABP…

Posted by Society of St James on Wednesday, 13 March 2019