Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Weekly Newsletter Thursday 5 October 2017

Happy Birthday this week to Omar Althaaf, Emma Andersson, Najibe Arbe, Lily Archer, Christiaan Cavalli-Warby, Shereen Charles, Tanitoluma Edu, Kai Gordon, Ross Hajipanayi, Sam Hazell, Kanya Hibbert, Yasmin Lakin, Jon Lennard, Ryan Moseley, Irene Peaty Miller, Cristina Potter, Kane Pinnock, Elena Roncarati, Bryan Smith, Anthony Soalla-Bell, Sophia Stockwell, Samuel Travis and Jevonte Wright




Winter Fixture Card 2017-2018 –
Winter Information Sheet 2017-2018 –
Cross Country Team Managers –
Road Running Team Managers –
Winter Points Tables –To Be Updated Following The Metropolitan Fixture on  14 October


Allianz Park Membership, which gives SBH members 10% discount on entry to the Allianz Park stadium – Membership details and Form can be either printed or saved
SBH Wednesday Night Jumps Club at Allianz Park From 19.00 to 21.00 – Pole Vault coaching is led by STEVE LOWE and High Jump is supervised by SHAKA BUNSIE Please contact the coach in advance and let him know you’re planning to attend. Session administrator CLYDE GORDON
Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Club Hoody, information on how to buy one

NATIONAL YOUNG ATHLETES AND MEN’S 6 STAGE AND WOMEN’S 4 STAGE ROAD RELAYS Takes place this Saturday 7 October at Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Town Gate Entrance, Birmingham (Satnav B73 6BU).
Start times 11.00am U13 Boys, 11.05am U13 Girls, 11.50am U15 Boys, 11.55am U15 Girls, 12.30pm U17 Men, 12.35pm U17 Women,  2.00pm Senior Men, 2.10pm Senior Women.
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager  

START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUEPLEASE NOTE we have just received notification that the second fixture which takes place on Saturday 12 November will now be at Stanborough Park, Welwyn Garden City – Details to follow.

NORTH WEST LONDON LEAGUE CROSS COUNTRY – The first fixture of five took place last Saturday 30 September at Berkeley Fields, Greenford.
The 52nd season got off to a great start with splendid weather, a good course with some outstanding races. We came away with superb team wins from our Under 15 Girls and Under 17 Women, also in the Under 15 Girls race GRACE INGLES had an impressive win over her team mate ELENA RONCARATI, In the Under 17 Women LIDIA KYRIACOU won by some 36 seconds with  JOSEPHINE CHADWICK finishing 3rd and SCARLETT KENT 7th. The Under 17 Men race was won by  KRISTIAN IMROTH competing for his 1st claim club Dacorum & Tring, FINN HARVEY finished 4th and DYLAN HEPWORTH 8th .

Under 11 Girls (1200m) – NATALIA CORBYN 32nd (7.15) the winner was Asmaa Abdirahman of Hillingdon (5.46) with 46 runners finishing. Team result 1st Highgate Harriers (25 points), 2nd Thames Valley Harriers (38), 3rd Hillingdon (43), 14th SBH (114).

Under 13 Girls (2000m) – SARON RICHARDSON 18th (7.54) the winner was Cara Terry of Cookham (6.55) with 44 runners finishing. Team result 1st Thames Valley Harriers (16 points), 2nd Cookham (23), 3rd Dacorum & Tring (26), 13th SBH (108).

Under 13 Boys (3000m) – DIKE ONYEMELUKWE 59th (16.18) the winner was Abdirahim Hamud of Hillingdon (10.31) with 61 runners finishing. Team result 1st Highgate Harriers (46 points), 2nd Cookham (58), 3rd Ealing, Southall & Middlesex (80), 12th SBH (245).

Under 15 Girls (3000m) – GRACE INGLES 1st (10.44), ELENA RONCARATI 2nd (11.18), KATIE LLOYD 11th (12.34), LEA REYNA-FARIA 25th (13.49), ISOBEL PARKER 26th (14.13) with 33 runners finishing. Team result 1st SBH (14 points), 2nd Thames Valley Harriers (29), 3rd London Heathside (33).

Under 15 Boys (4000m) – MATTHEW MCATEER 21st (14.34) the winner was Mohamed Ali of Hillingdon (12.15) with 43 runners finishing. Team result 1st Dacorum & Tring (35 points), 2nd Cookham (65), 3rd Hillingdon (68), 13th SBH (153).

Under 17 Women (4000m) – LIDIA KYRIACOU 1st (14.16), JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 3rd (15.08), SCARLETT KENT 7th (15.25) with 18 runners finishing. Team result 1st SBH (11 points), 2nd Ealing, Southall & Middlesex (20), 3rd London Heathside (24).

Under 17 Men (4700m) – KRISTIAN IMROTH (2nd Claim) competing for Dacorum & Tring 1st (14.16), FINN HARVEY 4th (14.51), DYLAN HEPWORTH 8th (16.08), with 24 runners finishing. Team result 1st Cookham (34 points), 2nd Trent Park (48), 3rd Dacorum & Tring (50), 4th SBH (62 points).

Link to the official results – Boys NWLL Fixture 1 Greenford 30-09-17 A – Boys  Girls NWLL Fixture 1 Greenford 30-09-17 A – Girls

ABBOTS LANGLEY TOUGH 10K – Took place on 1 October
ASHOK MATHUR U23 2nd (PB 36.12) taking 6.02 seconds off his 2010 time
ABBOTS LANGLEY TOUGH 5K – Took place on 1 October
LUCA STUBBS U15 6th (PB 16.42), SOPHIA DEMPSEY U17 14th (PB 19.10)
ABBOTS LANGLEY TOUGH 3K – Took place on 1 October
EVA HIGSON U11 83rd (PB 24.25)

MIDDLESEX 10K – Took place in Victoria Park on 1 October
RONAN BREEN V45 100th (SB 38.30) taking 37 seconds off his 3 September time 

JERSEY MARATHON – Took place on 1 October
CLIFF GOLDING V60 316th (SB 4:39.26)

PAUL SHORT RUN – Took place in Bethlehem, Pasadena, USA on 29 September
6000m XC SOPHIA PARVIZI-WAYNE (Duke University) 59th (20.54) the winner was ALYSSA SNYDER of Utah State University (19.47)

HARBOUR CLUB LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5K – Took place in Hyde Park on 29 September
ZAC RANDALL 1st (PB 16.00)

PARKRUN RESULTS – 30 SEPTEMBER – BLANDFORD – HUGH RICHARDS V70 80th (26.52) 72nd parkrun – CARIN GLADES, PERTH, AUSTRALIA – STUART MOORE V55 54th (25.14) 61st parkrun –  CRISSY FIELD STUART SINGER V55 20th (First Time 21.26) 192nd parkrun – HEARTWOOD FOREST – VICTORIA PRITCHARD 1st (New PB 17.43) 14th parkrun – PANSHANGER – RUSSELL DEVITT V65 155th (29.43) 96th parkrun – ST ALBANS REBEKAH GARDINER 8th (18.46) 29th parkrun, BLUEBELL COOKE U15  18th (Fist Time 19.53) 11th parkrun, CLAIRE HOBSON 101st (23.48) 90th parkrun

PARKRUN – Can you make sure that you are registered as ‘Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers’, as the link I use to select all results only shows SBH athletes. If anyone is also officiating can you please contact me, and advise me where and when.

Contact details of all Team Managers please see links at the top of this Newsletter. 

START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUE – The first fixture of five takes place on Saturday 14 October at Claybury, Essex. Changing is at Ashton Playing Fields Track, 588 Chigwell Road, Woodford Green, Essex (Satnav IG8 8AA). Changing rooms and Showers available Ashton Playing Fields from 11.15am, although hot water tends to be limited.
Parking – Approximately 150 spaces at Ashton Playing Fields and limited parking on Roding Lane North and nearby residential roads. Please DO NOT park on grass verges, look out for any restrictions and do not block access.
HQ to Course – 10 minutes from Ashton Playing Fields to Claybury Park, Roding Lane North.
Course Description – Parkland setting, undulating course, with one steep climb per large lap, on grass and woodland paths.
Public Transport – Woodford underground station (Central Line) is 10 minutes walk away from Ashton Playing Fields. If you get off an eastbound train, you need to walk under the pedestrian subway and walk downhill, down Snakes Lane East. Bus numbers 275 and W14 stop at the gates to Ashton Playing Fields.
Directions From Major Roads – From the eastbound A406, branch left and merge onto the A1400 (signposted Gants Hill). At Charlie Brown’s roundabout, take the first left exit onto the A113 (signposted Chigwell). Go straight ahead through three sets of traffic lights (including a crossing set for pedestrians) and turn left into Ashton Playing Fields just after you go under a road bridge.
Start Times 12.40pm U11 (Over 9) Boys (1.5km), 12.45pm U11 (Over 9) Girls (1.5km), 12.55pm U13 Boys (3km), 1.00pm U13 Girls (3km), not before 1.20pm U17 Men and U15 Boys (4km), not before 1.25pm U17 Women and U15 Girls (4km), not before 1.55pm U20, Senior and Veteran Women (6km), not before 2.35pm U20, Senior and Veteran Men (8km).
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run.
Please go to Start Fitness Metropolitan League web site for course maps, and any other final information.

SOUTHERN CROSS COUNTRY RELAYS – Takes place on Saturday 21 October at Wormwood Scrubs, Linford Christie Stadium, Du Cane Road (SatNav W12 0AE). Enter main car park off Du Cane Road (via Artillery Lane), through 6’6” height/width barrier. Extra parking will be available in the enclosed/fenced hospital parking area. Parking is free in all areas at the week-end.
Start Times – 11.00am U17 & U20 Women (3 x 2.5km), 11.30am U17 & U20 Men (3 x 3km), 12.10pm U13 Girls (3 x 2km), 12.40pm U13 Boys (3 x 2km), 1.10pm U15 Girls (3 x 2km), 1.35pm U15 Boys (3 x 2km), 2.00pm Senior Women (3 x 3km), 2.30pm Senior Men (4 x 5km).
Entries Close Friday 6 October
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager

NORTH WEST LONDON LEAGUE – The second fixture of five takes place on Saturday 28 October at Fryent Country Park, Kingsbury. Race headquarters is at the Kingsbury Free Church Hall, Slough Lane, Kingsbury (SatNav NW9 8QG). Please park in nearby roads, but not at church Hall. Toilets available at the Church Hall, no showers and very limited changing facilities.Church Hall will not be available until 11.30am.  Start Times12.45pm U11 Girls (1500m), 12.55pm approximately U11 Boys & U13 Girls (2200m), 1.10pm approximately U13 Boys & U15 Girls (3000m), 1.30pm approximately U15 Boys & U17 Women (4000m), 2.00pm approximately U17 Men (5000m) inconjunction with the Senior Women. Numbers will be given out close to the start area.
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run. Will any of our Female athletes please see JEREMY SOTHCOTT who will give you a race number

LIDDIARD TROPHY/NORTH OF THE THAMES CHAMPIONSHIPS– Takes place on Saturday 28 October at Fryent Country Park, Kingsbury. Race headquarters is at the Kingsbury Free Church Hall, Slough Lane, Kingsbury (SatNav NW9 8QG). Please park in nearby roads, but not at church Hall. Toilets available at the Church Hall, no showers and very limited changing facilities.Church Hall will not be available until 11.30am.
Start Times 2.00pm U20 and Senior Women (3 Miles), 2.30pm U20 and Senior Men (5 Miles).
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS– Takes place on Saturday 4 November at Berry Hill Park, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire (SatNav NG18 4JR).
Start Times11.00am U20 Women (3 x 2.5K), 11.09am U17 Women (3 x 2.5K), 11.40am U13 Boys (3 x 2K), 12.05pm U13 Girls (3 x 2K), 12.30pm U20 Men (3 x 3K), 12.50pm U17 Men (3 x 3K), 1.20pm U15 Girls (3 x 2K), 1.45pm U15 Boys (3 x 2K), 2.05pm Senior Women (3 x 3K), 2.40pm Senior Men (4 x 5K).
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager

NORTH LONDON CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place on Saturday 4 November. The race headquarters is The Tir Chonaill Gaels Club, Berkeley Fields, Berkeley Avenue, Greenford (Satnav UB6 0NZ). Directions – turn off Greenford Road (A4127), opposite the entrance to the Glaxo Factory. The playing fields are at the end of Berkeley Avenue, and there is parking in the Clubhouse or in adjacent roads.
Start Times2.00pm Women, 2.30pm Men.
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUE – The second fixture of five takes place on Saturday 12 November at Stanborough Park, Welwyn Garden City – Details to follow.
Start Times12.40pm U11 (Over 9) Boys (1.5km), 12.45pm U11 (Over 9) Girls (1.5km), 12.55pm U13 Boys (3km), 1.00pm U13 Girls (3km), not before 1.20pm U17 Men and U15 Boys (4km), not before 1.25pm U17 Women and U15 Girls (4km), not before 1.55pm U20, Senior and Veteran Women (6km), not before 2.35pm U20, Senior and Veteran Men (8km).
Directions from the A1(M) – Leave the A1(M) at Junction 7, A602 to Stevenage. Follow the A602, Broadhall Way to the second roundabout. Turn left onto Monkswood Way and go to next roundabout. Turn right onto Six Hills Way and follow for almost 1 mile. Turn left into park, signposted Sailing Centre.
Public Transport – Stevenage Station (Main Line) 1.75 Miles
Parking – The nearest car park is off Six Hills Way, signposted Sailing Centre. There is another car park off Shephall View, a one-way street accessed from Colestrete. This is only a short walk across the park to the HQ/Start.
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run 
Please go to Start Fitness Metropolitan League web site for course maps, and any other final information.

CAN YOU HELPMEL PARKER is looking for participants to assist his students on their studies on knee pain, so would be very grateful if you could please circulate the attached poster to your membership, and happy for them to pass on to family and friends, to see if anyone is interested in participating. Open to men and women. Link to Flyer includes all information PFPS Poster

Mel Parker
Head of Sport & Recreation
Middlesex University
The Burroughs
London NW4 4BT
(T) 020 8411 5893 (M)07771 914464

BALLOT RESULTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2018 VIRGIN MONEY LONDON MARATHON – The wait is over. From Monday 2 October the 386,050 applicants for the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon will find out if they have been successful in the ballot and have a place in the race on Sunday 22 April.







The world record number of hopefuls was 73,586 up from the previous UK applicant record of 253,930 for the 2017 event – an increase of nearly 29 per cent. A total of 58,534 people applied in the overseas ballot. Just over 58% of the UK applications for 2018 were from people who have never run a marathon and more than 45% of the total UK applicants were women (also a new record).
The ballot is a completely random draw, just like the National Lottery, so everyone who applies has an equal chance of success.
Everyone who has won a place in the ballot will receive a confirmation letter and magazine through the post. Unsuccessful applicants will receive either a magazine or will be emailed an e-zine.
Applicants who have not received their ballot result are asked to wait until Monday 9 October before contacting the London Marathon helpdesk.
“The Virgin Money London Marathon is the most popular marathon on the planet with a world record number of people applying in the ballot for 2018. Unfortunately, that means a huge number of people will be disappointed after the ballot,” said Hugh Brasher, Event Director of the Virgin Money London Marathon. “But I’d remind everyone that there is still a chance to gain a place in the 2018 race by fundraising for a charity. Charities with places available are listed on our website.”
Runners in the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon raised more than £61.5 million for charity setting a new record for an annual single day charity fundraising event for the eleventh successive year. That brought the total raised for charity by the world’s greatest marathon to more than £890 million since the event was founded in 1981.

COACHING JAVELIN TECHNIQUE – The following was published on the Athletics Weekly website recently.
British record-holder GOLDIE SAYERS runs through javelin technique basics

It is very easy to over-complicate javelin throwing. This is mainly because it is such a complex sequence of movements that have to occur in order, and at speed.
In order to try and keep things simple, I am going to highlight the key fundamentals of throwing a javelin a long way that every athlete would do well to remember from time to time.
Fundamental No.1: Acceleration
Athletes forget that acceleration is a skill. It needs to be trained. The fastest part of the run-up has to be at the delivery end of the throw, not at the start of the run-up. To do this, start slowly and accelerate.
So, follow these rules:
» Practise the skill of acceleration in your running and sprinting training. You must be able to tolerate the speed you create on the run-up and perform a sequential series of movements, so I would recommend starting slower and accelerating. Starting your run-up like a ‘bat out of hell’ only creates a rushed (and therefore shortened) throw if you cannot tolerate the acceleration when it matters.
» If your javelin is not going further as your run-up increases in length, then either shorten your run-up or really work on a controlled acceleration. This can only occur by starting slower than you think.
Remember: As javelin throwers, the reason we sprint and learn correct running mechanics is so that running at around 80% pace on the runway becomes effortless. We can then also accelerate. As you stand at the back of the run-up, I challenge you to start as slowly as you can.
Fundamental No.2: Withdrawal
The withdrawal is just that – taking the javelin back. Two words for this change from forwards to sideways running: smooth and gradual. Any rushed and jerky movements will take you off balance and make you look like you are fighting yourself down the run-up. So, slow down the withdrawal (in the upper body) and see how much easier it is to gradually accelerate on the run-up:
» Be aware that the start of the withdrawal should occur in conjunction with the opposite foot. For a right-handed javelin thrower, the withdrawal should start from the left foot. Just think of a forehand in tennis – opposite hand to lead foot. This way your back doesn’t endure too much torsion and the legs are free to move efficiently.
» Try not to bring the left foot across to the right side your body as you turn sideways. Blocking your body/right leg with your left foot across you in your cross-overs causes you to veer off to the right in the run-up. It also makes it hard to get your right foot past your left in your cross-overs and almost impossible to move in a straight line.
» I always used to think about the run-up and withdrawal as running down a narrow corridor. Keep the left arm parallel to the ground (like the javelin) and working in conjunction with the legs i.e. moving over a horizontal, not vertical plane.
Remember: No wasted movements = no wasted forced = good health = long throws
Fundamental No.3: Impulse
The impulse or ‘time in the air’ from the penultimate left foot contact (if right-handed) is imperative to the throw as it allows time for the legs to get back in front of the thrower in the final crossover and therefore helps set up the correct body angle for the throw. If, as a thrower, you feel like your delivery is rushed and not a ‘pull’ but rather a ‘push’, it could well be to do with the fact that you have not created a big enough impulse stride.
» The impulse allows for full extension of the lateral left hip and therefore creates a ‘sling shot’ effect with the left leg getting back ahead of the thrower in time for the left leg block. Note that an active right foot has a big job to do in this, too. However, if the impulse and left leg extension is not big enough then it is likely that the athlete’s right foot will land behind their centre of mass and their legs will barely play any part in the throw at all.
» The rhythm of the final three strides in effect is LONG (left), QUICK (right), BLOCK left).
» A very important point to note is that the impulse/time in the air should be created horizontally not vertically. What goes up must come down so travelling up too high in the impulse means more force to absorb with the right leg (on landing) and a slower right to left foot block contact time.
Remember: If in doubt and you’re timing is out, drive off your penultimate left foot contact and turn a push into a pull.
Fundamental No.4: Throwing position
The throwing or power position is critical. This is the point at which the body creates a bow for the arrow (the javelin). By contrast, in the pole vault the body is the arrow and the pole is the bow. The throwing position also enables the javelin ‘pull.’
» In order to get into the ‘inverted C’ position, it is important for your right foot to turn quickly when it lands to move into a fixed left leg block.
» It is imperative that there has been full extension off the left leg in the impulse stride which enables the legs to get ahead of your centre of mass in the air so you then have your legs out in front of you when you land. You then have something to pull the javelin against.
» The quickly-turned right foot into left leg block gets the hip ahead of the hand (which you can completely leave alone until the rest of the body has done its work) which not only creates the inverted C shape but also the height of release and mid-flight in the throw. In all striking sports and throwing events, the power is generated from the hip.
» If you have done all these things in the correct sequence then you will find that your right hand is behind your right foot as your left foot lands creating length, pull and distance. Thoracic mobility is also important to really gain excellent range of movement in the throwing position.
» From my experience, to get from the right to the left foot quickly (something most javelin throwers struggle with) I would recommend thinking of the right foot as weightless as this will enable the heel to whip out and the hip to turn in. As soon as you think of forcing the right knee/hip in, you will have loaded the quad up and invariably slowed the movement down. However, everyone has their own preferences. If your own is working and you’re not sinking when you land on your right foot then stick with it.
Fundamental No.5: Point control
» Keep the javelin flat throughout the run up.
» As you come to throw, the javelin often lifts up and the mid flight of the javelin comes from the hip and not from throwing at a steep angle – you’ll only increase drag on the javelin in flight if the angle is too steep.
» Keep arm and hand relaxed and tucked in behind the line of the shoulder in your crossovers.
» Lay the javelin along your forearm and keep it that way as you come to throw the javelin – the elbow should rotate up and over the shoulder at strike.
Fundamental No.6: The throw
The main thing in the throw/delivery is the ability to rotate the shoulder which allows the elbow and then hand to throw over the top of the shoulder (and not out to the side of it). It is helpful to think about throwing down a narrow corridor which doesn’t allow any lateral movement.
This is where throwing a javelin is different to throwing a ball. It is possible to throw a ball around any axis – think about how a cricketers throws – but a javelin has to be thrown through its linear length and in line with the body.
This is not only good for distance but also for optimal release height. It is also critical for elbow and shoulder health as throwing out to the side of the shoulder puts unnecessary strain through the elbow especially. Throwing directly over the shoulder also enables vertical velocity of the javelin (lift).
Relaxation in the upper body is important as is letting the shoulder go after release. The most important thing in javelin throwing is that it looks and feels like a pull and not a push of the javelin.
Fundamental No.7: Recovery
Being too close to the line coming into the throw subconsciously causes the body to shrink and shorten to try and stay behind it. Giving yourself space behind the line allows you to create length, pull and follow through which gives you distance. Don’t be afraid to take your run up back. I would recommend throwing at least 1.5 to two metres behind the line to allow for a good follow through and recovery.
If you struggle staying behind the line when you throw (which many do), practise your run up away from the runway and make it based on rhythm, not check marks. That way, you will be relying on internal, not external cues giving you more control over your run up.
If you can’t stay behind the line in competition then don’t practise going over it in training. Remember, PBs don’t count if your foot goes over the line so make room for the recovery – it will make for longer throws but no fouls.
Remember: Enable your body to get into a powerful position first and enjoy using the torque you will create with your whole body to produce a catapult-like effect for the javelin.

PHOTOGRAPH’S From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used. Also I would appreciate if you could send me any photographs, which I can then publish on the website and newsletter.  

FACEBOOK – Photographs can be found on the SBH page. 

SARACENS SPORT FOUNDATION – Little athletics programme is an athletics ‘Multi Skills’ programme for children aged 4-9 years. The programme is designed to teach children fundamental movement skills of athletics – running, jumping and throwing. The sessions are game based and as of September there will be a progression throughout the term.
LAP runs on a Tuesday and Thursday from 4.30-5.30pm – Term time only.  
1st Legacy athletics club is a pathway club for children aged 10-15 years new to athletics. Children are introduced to all the different athletics disciplines and have the opportunity to develop running, jumping and running skills that we hope they will then go onto use as a participant in the formal athletics club structure or in any other sport for activity they choose to progress to. The lead coach is Gintare Dargeviciute who brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the club.
1st Leg AC runs on a Tuesday and Thursday from 5.00–6.00pm – Term time only.
For full and contact details use this link to the SBH website   

ALLIANZ PARK – Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7240. 

CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £4.00 – Junior (U16) Daily entry fee £2.00 – Concession (Students in full time education, unwaged and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.20.
As a member of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers you can apply for membership of Allianz Park, this is a the link for all information and application form Allianz Park Membership Form 2017 Any official coach of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers gains entry free of charge.
Charges for those with a membership card are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £24.00 – Junior (U16) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £12.00 – Concession (Students in full time education, unwaged and Over 60) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £12.00.
Please use this link to view all membership details and application form (which you can print)Allianz Park Membership Form 2017
All Allianz Park membership enquiries should be directed towards Isobel Dunnicliffe at Her direct phone number is 0203 675 7252