Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Weekly Newsletter Thursday 14 December 2017

Happy Birthday this week to Matthew Armstrong, Chris Bennett, Elina Bulman, Alexander Charalambous, Jeremy Dempsey, Charles Edu, Alexa Eichelmann, Thomas Fulton, George Harrison MBE, Lawrence McIlroy, Michael Okoye, Jazz Sears, Emma Taylor and Ashley Wilson


Winter Fixture Card 2017-2018 Updated 25-11-17 Indoor Fixtures Updated –
Winter Information Sheet 2017-2018 –
Cross Country Team Managers –
Road Running Team Managers –
Winter Points Tables –Updated To Include The 2 December Metropolitan League Results –

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

RECENT NEW MEMBERWe wish you a very warm welcome, and a happy, healthy and successful 2018 to JOSEPH O’HARA, THEO MICHAIL and JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ

SCOTLAND COMMONWEALTH GAMES TEAMCongratulations to BETH POTTER (10,000m), ALLAN SMITH (High Jump), DAVID SMITH (High Jump) and CHRIS BENNETT (Hammer) who will be competing at the Gold Coast, Australia next April.

The Scotland team seen celebrating their selection, CHRIS BENNETT is 5th from the left standing and ALLAN SMITH is between the 2 Santa’s

CHRIS BENNETT RE-INSTATEDBritish Athletics has announced that following a successful appeal process, hammer thrower CHRIS BENNETT has been offered membership to the World Class Programme (WCP) for 2017-2018.

JEFF HAGAN – Congratulations to JEFF who at last week’s BP Awards, was presented with the Boys Under 15 Best Field Performance award for 2017. Photograph shows JEFF with coach ALFREDO MELAO.

ATHLETICS WEEKLY READERS POLL 2017Congratulations to KYLE LANGFORD who finished runner-up to EILISH MCCOLGAN in the British Breakthrough category, also ANTHONY WHITEMAN finished third to JO PAVEY in the British Master Athlete (40+) category.

SOUTHERN INTER COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place last Saturday in Horspath Fields, Oxford.

Under 13 Boys (3000m) SAMUEL GREENSTEIN (Middlesex) 65th (11.23) the winner was Zena Sacz of Bedfordshire (10.22), 113 runners finished. Team result 1st Suffolk (22 points), 2nd Surrey (39), 3rd Buckinghamshire (72), 12th Middlesex (169), 14th Hertfordshire (235)

Under 13 Girls (3000m) AIMI WEIGHTMAN (Hertfordshire) 12th (11.39) the winner was Ruby Vinton of Suffolk (11.14), 113 runners finished. Team result 1st Buckinghamshire (43 points), 2nd Kent (61), 3rd Hertfordshire (68)

Under 15 Girls (4000m) BLUEBELL COOKE (Hertfordshire) 52nd (15.52), ELENA RONCARATI (Hertfordshire) 63rd (15.56) the winner was Bethany Cook of Sussex 14.29), 119 runners finished. Team result 1st Surrey (30 points), 2nd Kent (64), 3rd Hampshire (82), 10th Hertfordshire (141)

Under 17 Men (5000m) THOMAS PATRICK (Hertfordshire) 6th (15.10), KRISTIAN IMROTH (2nd Claim) (Hertfordshire) 10th (15.18), BEN WINFIELD (Hertfordshire) 47th (16.09), HENRY FULTON (Hertfordshire) 98th (18.02) the winner was Henry McLuckie of Hampshire (14.49) 99 runners finished. Team result 1st Kent (52 points), 2nd Surrey (59), 3rd Sussex (68), 6th Hertfordshire (109)

Under 17 and 20 Women, the results currently are missing. In the Under 17 race LIA RADUS, MIA GROOM and SOPHIA STAAB competed

SOUTHERN MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place last Saturday in Horspath Fields, Oxford.

Women 50-54 (6000m) JO KENT V50 (2nd Claim) won the Bronze Medal (23.12)

I shall publish the Indoor Rankings from the first week of January

60m – U11G SIENNA CORBYN 14th (PB 9.92)
60m – U13B ARCHIE NASH 7th Equal (PB 8.85), BASIM MIR 18th (9.03), NEO MOHAMMADIAN 40th (PB 9.99)
60m – U13G NIAH AKINTOKUN  2nd (PB 8.71), JASMIN SALT 7th (PB 8.78) taking .10 of a second off her 3 December time, CHANEL DACOSTA 13th (PB 9.00), LOLA MCCANN-EZEKIEL 24th (PB 9.25), NATALIA CORBYN 38th (PB 9.72)
200m – U11G SIENNA CORBYN 21st (PB 35.12)
200m – U13B ARCHIE NASH 6th (PB 29.07), BASIM MIR 15th (30.26), NEO MOHAMMADIAN 37th (PB 33.99)
200m – U13G NIAH AKINTOKUN 2nd (PB 28.89), CHANEL DACOSTA 7th (PB 30.32), JASMIN SALT 11th (PB 30.60) taking .10 of a second off her 3 December time, LOLA MCCANN-EZEKIEL 18th (PB 31.49)
600m – U11G SIENNA CORBYN 15th (PB 2:28.97)
600m – U13B ARCHIE NASH 4th (PB 1:49.51)
High Jump – U13G NIAH AKINTOKUN 3rd (PB 1.25m), CHANEL DACOSTA 4th Equal (PB 1.20m), LOLA MCCANN-EZEKIEL 4th Equal (PB 1.20m)
Shot 3.25kg – U13B NEO MOHAMMADIAN 4th (4.13m)
Shot 2.72kg – U13B JASMIN SALT 6th (PB 5.08m)

INTRASQUAD MEETTook place in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA on 9 December
WT 15.88kg – NICK PERCY (Nebraska University) 1st (PB 20.11m) adding 7cm to his 2016 throw, and is ranked UK No.2 in 2017

REVEILLE INVITATIONALTook place in College Station, Texas, USA on 9 December
WT 15.88kg – FELLAN MCGUIGAN U23 (Texas Christian University) 6th (SB 15.98m)

400m – SM H4 MICHAEL KOBEH U20 (Oaklands College) 3rd (PB 54.77) taking 3.79 seconds off his 2 January time, in the B Final MICHAEL finished 5th (55.01)
800m – SM 1 MAHER GAZALI U23 (Middlesex University) 6th (SB 2:27.81) taking 1.73 second off his 25 November time

PARKRUN RESULTS – 9 DECEMBER – ALLY PALLY – THEO BODEN U13 26th (19.44) 147th parkrun – GREAT LINES, MEDWAY – CLIFF GOLDING V60 89th (25.09) 32nd parkrun – GROVELANDS – JOSEPH HEATHER U15 6th (First Time 19.44) 15th parkrun – HACKNEY MARSHES – BARRY CHISHOLM V55 179th (30.58) 107th parkrun – HAMPSTEAD HEATH – ELANA DIMMER 18th (20.33) 50th parkrun – OAK HILL – GEORGE GROOM U20 1st (New PB 16.26) 6th parkrun, DYLAN HEPWORTH U17 4th (New PB 18.56) 26th parkrun, BEN OUBRIDGE U17 44th (First Time 23.22) 1st parkrun – SOSNOVKA, RUSSIA – NATALIA PEREVERZINA 53rd (First time 27.19) 35th parkrun

PARKRUN MILESTONE – Congratulations to ELANA DIMMER who completed her 50th Parkrun last Saturday.

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.

BETH POTTER SELECTED FOR TRIATHLON – Congratulations to BETH on selection for Team Scotland for Gold Coast 2018 in triathlon.

The Rio Olympian turned her attention to triathlon early in 2017 and has made remarkable progress over the past few months – while also being the best British performer at the World Champs Women’s 10,000m final. BETH still hopes to compete in the 10,000m in Australia, too.

Photograph is of BETH about to win the Cardiff Triathlon, following this she competed in the Funchal ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup event in Portugal dominating the field over the closing 5km run to take victory.

Once on to the run, BETH was in her element and gaining ground with every stride. Producing a run split of 16:44, which was more than a minute quicker than anyone else, Potter cut through the field from ninth place starting the run to take the lead. Indeed, by the time she reached the finish line she had extended her advantage to a dominating margin of 43 seconds, over THERESE FEUERSINGER (AUT), who last week finishing fourth in the ITU World Junior Triathlon Championships.

Result of the 750m Swim, 20km Bike and 5km Run – 1st BETH POTTER (GBR) – 1:01:36, 2nd THERESE FEUERSINGER (AUT) – 1:02:19, 3rd GABRIELA RIBERO (POR) – 1:02:35

A DIFFERENT ASPECT TO TRAINING – Last Thursday THEO BODEN U13 took a break from his Allianz Park training sessions, by joining his Belmont School friends in the ‘Devil takes the Hindmost’ event at Finsbury Park Athletic Track. The challenge is to run 12 laps without being caught, THEO was in a group of 7 athletes that were caught after 7 laps (2880m) and ran a time of (10.42). Also competing was LOUIS CROSS U20 who managed 11 laps (4480m) in a time of (16.07).

25TH EUROPEAN JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 – Congratulations to GREG HURLEY who qualified as one of the 102 competitors and had an outstanding competition by finishing third on 4 under par. GREG opened with a par round, then recorded 4 under in round two, and a final par round to take the Bronze trophy. The winner finished on 8 under par.




























The championships took place in Andalucia, Spain recently, which is widely regarded as the toughest test in junior golf in Europe. The first two rounds were played over the tough Alcaidesa Links and Heathland courses, in Spain’s beautiful southern region. Those making the cut played the final round at the prestigious Finca Cortesin course, where the Volvo World Matchplay was staged last month.

WINTER CROSS COUNTRY POINTS SERIES – The next fixture in the series is for the Under 11 Boys & Girls at the Middlesex Cross Country Championships at Greenford on Saturday 6 January and the Hertfordshire Cross Country Championships at Watford on Sunday 7 January.

INDOOR FIXTURES WITH CLOSING DATES The following fixtures have a closing date between December and up to Mid-January.
To obtain information on how to enter yourself, scroll down to Upcoming  Fixtures For The Next 4 Weeks below.
CD Friday 22 December – Southern U15 & U17 Championships on Saturday 6 January and Sunday 7 January – Please note the 1500m for U20 and Senior Men and Women is on Saturday 6 January
CD Tuesday 26 December – Metaswitch Games on Saturday 30 December
CD Friday 29 December – New Year Open Meeting on Sunday 1 January

To obtain information on how to enter yourself for these fixtures, use this link to the SBH website then scroll down to find the fixture you wish to enter.
CD Tuesday 2 January – Southern U20 & Senior Championships on Saturday 13 January and Sunday 14 January
CD Wednesday 3 January – Scottish National Open Championships on Saturday 13 January
CD Sunday 14 January – Scottish National Senior Championships on Sunday 28 January
CD Sunday 14 January – London U17 Games Includes U15 B/G 60m Hurdles on Saturday 20 January
CD Sunday 14 January – London U13 & U15 Games on Sunday 21 January
CD Sunday 21 January – London U20 & Senior Games on Saturday 27 January and Sunday 28 January

DARYLL NEITA AN ATHLETE ON THE RISE – The following article was published on the Athletics Weekly website recently.
Barely out of the junior ranks, DARYLL is already building an impressive sprints CV, writes Stuart Weir

No British Woman has ever reached the 100m final in the IAAF World Championships, so when DARYLL ran 11.16 to finish fourth in her semi-final in London in August, it represented the best performance ever by a GB athlete.
The 21-year-old first came to public attention when she finished second in the UK Championships and Olympic Trials in 2016. She recalls: “I would say I was a bit of an underdog going into the trials. No one expected me to come out where I did.
“But I decided a week before, ‘actually I do want to win this.’ So, I went into it thinking, ‘there is no reason why I can’t do well at the trials.’ “I went into it feeling confident and actually wanting to win it.”
She ran a PB of 11.23 to clinch second place. She added: “I shocked a lot of people because people did not know my capability and especially running under pressure. And I proved to myself that I could do it.”
Young talent DARYLL started running at a very young age and was spotted in a primary school sports day in year 6. Her mum tells a story of how she was running in a park with her cousins. The cousins were a lot older than her but she ran away from them.
Her mum then made a life-changing decision, taking her to the local athletics club but they said she was too young. She joined after primary school and has been running ever since.
The 2015 season was her breakthrough year. She was selected for the European Junior Championships and despite running with a hamstring injury, finished fourth in the 100m in 11.69 seconds.
She then ran in the Anniversary Games in London and was selected for the 4x100m squad for the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. Although she did not run in Beijing, she looks back on it as “a positive year that put me into the senior scene” and she adds: “Beijing was a great experience and I think that prepared me for Rio because I understood what athletics was about and what a championship was like.”
Her reward for finishing second in the trials was selection for the European Championships in Amsterdam and the Olympics. At the Europeans, it was decided that she would just run the relay and not the individual 100m.
“Beijing was a great experience and I think that prepared me for Rio because I understood what athletics was about and what a championship was like”
She said of her experience in Amsterdam: “It was great competition and we came out with a medal as well. It was great momentum going into the Anniversary Games and gave us a lot of excitement. At the Anniversary Games, we ran a national record and going into Rio we were excited feeling that we could definitely come out with an Olympic medal.”
In the heat in Rio she missed the semi-final by three hundredths of a second. I have a vivid memory of that race as I bumped into her in the stadium and we walked together to the exit. She was so down on herself but one year later she reflects: “I was absolutely gutted because I had wished all my life to be in that position and it had come crumbling down in an awful fashion. I wasn’t happy with how I had performed or with how I handled the whole situation.”
When I pointed out that she was only three hundredths of a second from making the semi-final, she dismissed my comment, saying: “I know but I ran tragically badly.”
She feared she had blown her chance completely. “I thought I wasn’t going to be picked for the relay and my whole Rio experience was over,” she said. “When I was picked for the relay, it was like ‘thank God they have given me another chance’. And then to come out with a medal. In the space of three days, my whole life changed. I had never been so down and I have never been so happy – so it worked out well in the end.”
She said of the Olympic relay in which GB took the bronze behind USA and Jamaica: “It was amazing. We won our heat and we were thinking ‘we won that by quite a bit. In the final we can really go for it’. That gave us all the confidence we needed.
“We were thinking that all we needed to do was go out and do the same again or even improve. We really came together as a team. Everyone was supporting each other and there was great energy. Getting on the podium, the celebrations afterwards was all a dream and the best thing ever.”
London calling DARYLL confirmed her place in London 2017 with second place in the trials behind ASHA PHILIP, running 11.25 into a 1.3m/sec headwind.
She also set two PBs this season – 11.20 for 100m at the England Under-23 Championships at Bedford and then 11.14 (again into a wind, this time 0.4m/sec) in the Müller Anniversary Games.
She went into London 2017 with confidence. “Rio showed me that I could definitely make the semi-final and who knows what could happen then,” she explains. “So I went into London this year way more confident, wanting to win, no matter who’s next to me in the race.”
That confidence showed when she won her London 2017 heat in 11.15, her second fastest time ever. She said: “It was absolutely amazing, winning in front of a home crowd – it was just the heat, I know there is more to come. A lot of anxiety has gone now.”
“I went into London this year way more confident, wanting to win, no matter who’s next to me in the race”
She would have needed to have run a PB to reach the final, which she missed by nine hundredths of a second. But having run 11.15 and 11.16 against a PB of 11.14, she let no one down. She said of the semi-final where she finished behind MARIE-JOSEE TA LOU, DAFNE SCHIPPERS and KELLY-ANN BAPTISTE but beat two Jamaicans and an American: “It was a pretty tough field and I actually feel like I did do decently well. I am known for having a poor start and I think it was really good. I’m someone who doesn’t put limits on myself massively and I’m always aiming for the best, I’m always aiming for the highest.”
Then she anchored the 4x100m team to a silver medal and, for a moment, it looked as if she was catching world champion TORI BOWIE. She remembers: “DINA passed to me in a really great position and I was like ‘I’m going to run for my life here,’ and that’s what I did and I crossed the line and we got silver. I knew she was going to go off really hard and I tried my best to stick with her but then she found another five gears.”

Running in the London Stadium was a special experience. She points out: “The stadium is 20 minutes from my house and I drive past it each day on my way to training. Every day I was thinking, ‘I need to be there on that podium’ and getting silver with the girls makes that dream come true.”
In 2012 she ran in a schools’ championship which was held as a test event in the Olympic Stadium. She won the gold medal. She recalls thinking: “I am running on this track before Usain Bolt – and then he can go and do what he needs to do on it.”
She was in the stadium watching the great man win the London Olympic 100m title. Now, five years later, she was back running in the same stadium in the same World Championships as BOLT and the experience did not disappoint. “When your name is announced, the stadium just roars, the loudest cheer ever. You get chills and feel the vibrations.”
Speaking after the relay, DARYLL mentioned getting a buzz from seeing BOLT and FARAH warm-up as she prepared for the relay, adding: “I’m very happy to be part of the generation which gets to say goodbye to BOLT while competing there as well.”
She won Olympic, world and European medals all before her 21st birthday, so I suspect there is a lot more to come from this young British sprinter.

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

SOUTHERN INDOOR COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place at Lee Valley Athletics Centre are 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Saturday 16 December and Sunday 17 December for all age-groups excluding U13s.
For full information and to enter please use this link –
Entries Closed

BOXING DAY BONANZATakes place at Allianz Park and Starts at 11.00am, £1 entry fee, there will be prizes, raffle and refreshments, and why not come in fancy dress.

METASWITCH INDOOR GAMES – Takes place at Lee Valley Athletics Centre are 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Saturday 30 December.
For full information and to enter please use this link – EHAC Indoor Games 30-12-17
Entries Close Tuesday 26 December
Note: You will have to be enter yourself and pay the appropriate entry fee
NEW YEAR OPEN INDOOR MEETING – Takes place at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Sunday 1 January. For all age-groups except under 11s.
For full information and to enter please use this link –
Entries Close Friday 29 December – Entries on the Day Accepted
Note: You will have to be enter yourself and pay the appropriate entry fee

MIDDLESEX CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place on Saturday 6 January. 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. The nearest station is Greenford (Central Line) and the HQ is about 20 minutes walk.
Start Times 10.45am U11 Boys (1500m), 10.50am U11 Girls (1500m), 11.00am U13 Boys (3000m), 11.05am U13 Girls (3000m), 11.25am U15 Boys (4000m), 11.30am U15 Girls (4000m), 11.55am U17 and U20 Women (5000m), 12.25pm U17 Men (6000m), 12.55pm U20 Men (8000m), 1.00pm Senior Women (8000m), 1.45pm Senior Men (12000m).
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
HERTFORDSHIRE CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place on Sunday 7 January at Cassiobury Park, Watford (Satnav WD18 7LG).
By Car – There is one official car park for Cassiobury Park at the end of Gade Avenue near the bottom of Cassiobury Park Avenue (WD18 7LG is the nearest postcode).
The car park is signposted from the centre of town and Rickmansworth Road with brown tourist information signs. Parking is free but limited, with 78 spaces plus six more reserved for blue badge holders. In the summer an extension is opened to enlarge the carpark, however on good weather weekends this will often be full. The car park opens at 6am and closes at 9pm.
On-street parking to the north and south of the park is free but restrictions apply.
By Tube – Cassiobury Park is a 2-minute walk from the Watford Metropolitan line station on the London Underground network. Exit the station onto Cassiobury Park Avenue and turn right, after about 150 metres turn left onto Shepherds Road – the park is straight ahead of you.
By Train – Watford Junction (1.3 miles) and Watford High Street (2.1 miles) are the two closest overground stations.
Start Times 11.00am U11 Girls (1500m), 11.10am U11 Boys (1500m), 11.20am U13 Girls (3000m), 11.30am U13 Boys (3000m), 11.45am U15 Boys & Girls (4500m), 12.05pm U17 Men and Women, U20 Women (6000m), 12.30pm U20 Men & Senior Women (8000m), 1.15pm Senior Men (12000m).
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager

START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUE – The fourth fixture of five takes place on Saturday 13 January at 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 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 collect your race numbers from the respective team managers – JEREMY SOTHCOTT (Boys) and JO KENT (Girls)
Please go to Start Fitness Metropolitan League web site for course maps, and any other final information.

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 Emma Gouge at her direct phone number is 0203 675 7252, or Becky Hall at her direct phone number is 0203 675 7240