Happy Birthday this week and the following week to Angela Barratt, Dave Bedford, Gemma Bennett, Anastasia Charalambous, Joe Chott, Willem Coertzen, Klaudia Debreczani, Arnold Dikeocha, Thomas Dzurilla, Gareth Edwards, Michael Fox, Guy Handlesman-Leigh, Ori Handlesman-Leigh, Sarah Heath, Glynne Jenkins, Kojo Kyereme, Jerome Lule, Kieran Lyons, Angus McKenzie, Ross McLachlan, Chima Onuora, Abiodun Oyepitan, Tim Parkin, Beth Potter, Samra Richardson, Allan Scott, Rachel Shaw, Ciara Stewart and Constanza Vielma
Downloads – The following documents can be viewed, downloaded or printed
SBH 2016-2017 Winter Fixture Card and Information Sheet, which include Cross Country, Road Relays and Indoor (Lee Valley) fixtures – http://sbharriers.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixture-cards/
Lee Valley Indoor Fixtures – lee-valley-indoor-fixtures-2016-2017
Other Indoor Fixtures, Including English & Scottish Championships – england-scotland-other-fixtures-2016-2017
Lee Valley EHAC Metaswitch Indoor Fixture Information – metaswitch-indoor-games-11-12-16-and-02-01-17
Lee Valley Essex & Eastern Counties Indoor Fixture Information – essex-eastern-counties-indoor-championships-04-02-17-05-02-17
HAPPY CHRISTMAS – On behalf of myself and the club, we wish you all a Happy Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2017. The next edition of the newsletter will be in 2 weeks’ time on Thursday 5 January.
BOXING DAY BONANZA – Takes place from the SBH Clubhouse at Allianz Park and starts at 11.00am, you can run in either the 1-lap race (approximately 1 Mile) or the 2-lap race (approximately 2 Miles), £1 entry fee, there will be prizes, raffle and refreshments, and why not come in fancy dress. Over the years we have had various club member’s pets, and in 2014 there were four Jack Russell’s Patch, Puzzle, Pickle and Poppy escorted their owner KATIE ALCOCK and her twin brother ANDREW.
SOUTH OF ENGLAND INDOOR COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place last Saturday and Sunday at Lee Valley. An excellent week-end for JAMES DAVIS, CRISTINA POTTER, HOLLY TAYLOR and JESSICA NATHAN who all achieved personal best totals, and numerous event personal bests.
Under 20 Men Heptathlon – JAMES DAVIS finished in 5th place (PB 3297 points) – 60m (8.06), Long Jump (5.09m), Shot (7.44m), High Jump (PB 1.66m) adding 6cm to his 9 April jump, 60m Hurdles (PB 9.66), Pole Vault (PB 2.70m) adding 40cm to his 5 June vault, 1000m (PB 3:04.90).
Under 17 Women Pentathlon – CRISTINA POTTER finished in 12th place (PB 2741 points) adding 207 points to her 26 June total – 60m Hurdles (10.03), High Jump (PB 1.45m) equaling her 27 August Jump, Shot (9.29m), Long Jump (4.69m), 800m (2:45.76).
Under 15 Girls Pentathlon – HOLLY TAYLOR finished in 17th place (PB 2412 points) adding 333 points to her 25 September total – 60m Hurdles (PB 9.76) taking .42 of a second off her 26 November time, High Jump (PB 1.39m) adding 12cm to her 26 June jump, Shot (PB 8.21m) adding 28cm to her 14 August put, Long Jump (4.49m), 800m (2:55.71), JESSICA NATHAN finished in 23rd place (PB 2138 points) adding 262 points to her 25 September total – 60m Hurdles (PB 10.37) taking .19 of a second off her 26 November time, High Jump (PB 1.30m) adding 4cm to her 25 September jump, Shot (PB 7.49m) adding 76cm to her 25 September put, Long Jump (4.05m), 800m (2:56.31)
INDOOR FIXTURES – The following Lee Valley fixtures have a Closing Date (CD) by the 15 January 2017.– EHAC Metaswitch Indoor Games on 2/01 CD Friday 23/12, Southern U15 & U17 Indoor Championships on 7/01 & 8/01 CD Friday 23/12, New Year Open Meeting on 1/01 CD Monday 26/12, Southern U20 & Senior Indoor Championships on 14/01 & 15/01 CD Tuesday 03/01, Essex & Eastern Counties Indoor Championships on 14/02 & 15/02 CD Thursday 12/01, London Indoor Games U17 on 21/01 CD Sunday 15/01 and London Indoor Games UU13 & U15 on 22/01 CD Saturday 14/01.
Other fixtures – England U20/Senior Combined Events Indoor Championships on 07/01 & 8/01 in Sheffield CD Saturday 16/12, Scottish National Open Indoor Championships on 14/01 in Glasgow CD Tuesday 03/01, Scottish National Senior Indoor Championships on 28/01 in Glasgow CD Sunday 15/01
You can find the entry information in the download section above.
2016 BRITISH MERIT RANKINGS – Were published last week in Athletics Weekly, and are an assessment of form and achievements during the outdoor season. SBH athletes are as follows;
Men – 100m OJIE EDOBURUN U23 7th, 200m ZHARNEL HUGHES U23 6th, 800m KYLE LANGFORD U23 7th, 400m Hurdles SEB RODGER 2nd, High Jump ALLAN SMITH 3rd, DAVID SMITH 6th, Pole Vault GREGOR MACLEAN 11th, Long Jump DAN BRAMBLE 2nd, Triple Jump NATHAN FOX 4th, NONSO OKOLO 5th, Shot NICK PERCY U23 8th, Discus ZANE DUQUEMIN 2nd, NICK PERCY U23 3rd, GREGORY THOMPSON U23 5th, ANGUS MCINROY 9th, Hammer CHRIS BENNETT 1st, NICK PERCY U23 10th, Javelin STEVE TURNOCK 7th.
Women – 100m DARYLL NEITA U23 4th, 800m MELISSA COURTNEY 8th, 5000m BETH POTTER 6th, 10000m BETH POTTER 3rd, Half Marathon BETH POTTER 5th, 3000m Steeplechase LIZZIE BIRD U23 6th, 400m Hurdles PHILIPPA LOWE (HCA) 4th, Triple Jump YAMILE ALDAMA V40 4th, ANGELA BARRETT (2nd Claim) 5th, Discus JADE LALLY 1st, SHADINE DUQUEMIN U23 6th, SARAH PARSONS (HCA) 11th, Hammer RACHEL HUNTER 4th, LOUISA JAMES (HCA) 8th, REBECCA KEATING U20 12th, Javelin JOANNA BLAIR (HCA) 2nd.
2016 UK SEASONS RANKINGS – Were published last week in Athletics Weekly, and show the top 30 based on performance during 2016. SBH athletes are as follows;
Men – 100m ZHARNEL HUGHES U23 (6th 10.10), OJIE EDOBURUN U23 (13th 10.19), ANTONIO INFANTINO (14th 10.24), CONFIDENCE LAWSON (19th 10.33), 200m ANTONIO INFANTINO (7th 20.53), ZHARNEL HUGHES U23 (10th 20.62), CONFIDENCE LAWSON (15th 20.83), TOMMY RAMDHAN U23 (17th 20.84), OJIE EDOBURUN U23 (19th 20.84), 400m SEB RODGER (13th 46.48i), ZHARNEL HUGHES U23 (17th 46.95), 800m KYLE LANGFORD U23 (6th 1:46.73), RICHARD CHARLES U23 (25th 1:49.11i), 1500m LIAM DEE U23 (20th 3:42.86), 1 Mile LIAM DEE U23 (14th 4:00.43i), 3000m LIAM DEE U23 (20th 8:03.70i), 5000m LIAM DEE U23 (25th 14:04.02), PHILLIP CROUT U23 (28th 14:05.59), 10K Road RICHARD HORTON U23 (21st 29.52), Half Marathon KOJO KYEREME V40 (29th 66.13), Marathon KOJO KYEREME V40 (19th 2:21.32), 110m Hurdles JULIAN ADENIRAN (27th 14.62), 400m Hurdles SEB RODGER (3rd 49.29). Shot NICK PERCY U23 (9th 15.85m), GREGORY THOMPSON U23 (11th 15.61m), ZANE DUQUEMIN (18th 15.23m), Discus NICK PERCY U23 (1st 63.38m), ZANE DUQUEMIN (3rd 62.28m), GREGORY THOMPSON U23 (5th 59.22m), ANGUS MCINROY (12th 53.48m), Hammer CHRIS BENNETT (2nd 76.45m), DEMPSEY MCGUIGAN (5th 69.90m), NICK PERCY U23 (9th 67.85m), FELLAN MCGUIGAN U23 (18th 64.47m), JAMES HAMBLIN U23 (2nd Claim) (27th 58.96m), Javelin STEVE TURNOCK (6th 70.78m).
Women – 100m DARYLL NEITA U23 (6th 11.23), 400m PHILIPPA LOWE (HCA) (15th 53.07), LILY BECKFORD U20 (20th 53.50), 800m MARILYN OKORO (13th 2:02.38), 1500m MELISSA COURTNEY (7th 4:07.55), SOPHIE CONNOR (16th 4:13.74), 1 Mile SOPHIE CONNOR (4th 4:37.67i), LIZZIE BIRD U23 (6th 4:39.32i), 3000m BETH POTTER (4th 8:53.94), MELISSA COURTNEY (9th 9:03.63), LIZZIE BIRD U23 (26th 9:18.42i), 5000m BETH POTTER (6th 15:28.32), 10000m BETH POTTER (3rd 32:03.45), 10K Road RACHEL FELTON V35 (10th 33.35), Half Marathon BETH POTTER (3rd 72.07), RACHEL FELTON V35 (14th 74.03), 3000m Steeplechase LIZZIE BIRD U23 (5th 10:10.28), 100m Hurdles GEMMA BENNETT (14th 13.57), 400m Hurdles PHILIPPA LOWE (HCA) (7th 58.03), GEMMA ROUS (HCA) (23rd 60.78), Long Jump ANGELA BARRETT (2nd Claim) (21st 5.96m), EAVION RICHARDSON U20 (22nd 5.95m), Triple Jump YAMILE ALDAMA V40 (2nd 13.74m), ANGELA BARRETT (2nd Claim) (5th 13.19m), YASMIN LAKIN U23 (26th 12.01m), Shot LUCY UNDERDOWN (18th 13.44m), Discus JADE LALLY (1st 65.10m), SHADINE DUQUEMIN U23 (5th 51.55m), LUCY UNDERDOWN (15th 46.18m), SARAH PARSONS (HCA) (17th 45.83m), Hammer RACHEL HUNTER (3rd 65.13m), LOUISA JAMES (HCA) (7th 62.29m), REBECCA KEATING U20 (13th 58.34m), PHILIPPA DAVENHALL U20 (2nd Claim) (23rd 54.86m), Javelin JOANNA BLAIR (HCA) (2nd 57.44m), KELLY BRAMHALD U23 (18th 44.27m), GEORGIE FLOYD U23 (21st 43.95m).
CHRIS BENNETT – Athletics Weekly featured an article on CHRIS this last week. British Hammer champion CHRIS BENNETT is riding high following a season that saw him gain European and Olympic qualification. He tells EILISH McCOLGAN about the training that made it happen.
I played a lot of rugby as a kid. One of my friends invited me along to his athletics club to keep fit over the summer. Initially, I hated it. Then I saw someone training for the hammer so I asked to join in. My first few attempts didn’t go too well and I would end up dizzy, but I stuck at it.
I live 400 miles away from my coach, Mick Jones. It’s an interesting coaching relationship because of the distance between us. I started working with him in 2013, after the death of my previous coach, Chief Inspector Alan Bertram MBE.
In the lead up to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, I decided to become a full-time athlete. I receive financial support from both Scottish Athletics and Sport Scotland which allowed me to take the step.
I also do a little bit of coaching work for the local club Shettleston Harriers and I help with the organisation of elite fields at the Great Run events.
Tough people last, tough times don’t. I had lost both my coach and my dad in the 18 months leading up to the Glasgow Games. The thing I had wanted most in the world was for both of them to see me throw at the Games.
It was a difficult time and I really let it get to me. But in some respects it taught me so much about myself and helps me every day to become a better person and a better athlete.
I enjoy two parts of training; throwing and squatting. When it comes to squatting I love nothing more than getting the music up really loud in the gym and squatting some big weights.
I’m one of the shorter hammer throwers and so I find it easy to lift big. For instance this year I’ve done 220kg for 10 reps and 270kg for three reps.
I get up at least five hours before I’m due to compete. I’m not a morning person, so it usually takes me a good while to feel up and ready. I also tend to train the morning of a competition, just three to four throws. It almost acts as a warm up and makes the afternoon session feel much better and I tend to throw a lot further.
We hammer throwers have to battle against a lack of competitions on the world circuit. We get a lot less coverage than any of the other events in the Diamond League which results in less sponsorship and kit supplies.
All we ask for is equality and inclusion, not some weak excuse that our event isn’t safe for the stadiums and tracks. It’s safe for the major championships, so what difference is there in the Diamond League?
Factfile – Club Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers/Shettleston Harriers, Born 17 December 1989, Coach Mick Jones, PBs Hammer – 76.45m
2016 British Athletics Championships 1st
2015 Sainsbury’s British Championships 3rd, Scottish Athletics Senior Championships 1st
2014 British Athletics UK Championships (Inc European Trials) 3rd, Scottish Athletics Senior Championships 2nd
2013 Scottish Athletics Senior Championships 3rd, Sainsbury’s British Championships 9th
2012 Aviva Olympic Trials & UK Championships 6th, Scottish Championships 2nd
2011 Aviva U20/U23 Championships (inc European Trials) 1st, Aviva World Trials & UK Championships 6th
2010 Aviva England U23 and U20 World Trials Championships 3rd, Scottish Senior Championships (inc Commonwealth Games Trials) 3rd, Aviva European Trials and UK Championships 10th
Major championships and international highlights
2016 European Championships 3rd qual; Olympic Games 11th qual; Sparkassen Hammerwurfmeeting 1st
2015 Internationales Sparkassen Hammerwurfmeeting 1st, European Cup Winter Throws 8th
2014 Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games 12th
CRYSTAL PALACE LOOKS TO BE BACK IN BUSINESS – Reported this week on the Athletics Weekly website, they highlighted what could turn out to be the greatest comeback of 2017. Crystal Palace is poised to start staging meetings again after a recent and ongoing renovation programme has breathed fresh life into the historic arena, writes Jason Henderson.
Starting with three indoor events on January 4 and 18 followed by February 1, the venue is due to stage the South of England Championships for seniors and juniors on June 10- 11 and under-17 and under-15 athletes on August 19-20. In addition, there will be four open meetings there next summer.
It marks a huge turnaround in fortunes for a run-down venue that was threatened with closure.
“Crystal Palace has a global reputation and is possibly the most iconic track and field venue in Europe,” John Powell, chair of the Crystal Palace Sports Partnership, told AW.
“It will be of interest of many in the sport that these meetings will be returning to Crystal Palace next year and that it will be match-fit for competitive athletics.”
Powell admits it’s been “one heck of a fight” to get to the current situation where considerable improvements to facilities such as the toilets have been made lately, with the Greater London Authority and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan understood to be looking favourably at further options to redevelop the stadium.
“It marks the turning point of a long period of managed decline,” added an optimistic Powell, who has been coaching at the venue since the mid-1970s.
“Through this whole sorry saga and despite being run-down and rotting in places, a large number of athletes have carried on training there due to its reputation, good transport links and large population base in the area.”
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.
ENGLAND ATHLETICS EBULLETIN – Please click on this link to view the December Issue No.2
PHOTOGRAPHS – I would appreciate if you could send me any photographs, which I can then publish on the website and newsletter.
UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 4 WEEKS (CROSS COUNTRY UNLESS STATED)
Contact details of all Cross Country Team Managers can be found on the SBH website. Please use this link http://sbharriers.co.uk/athletics/cross-country/team-managers/
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. Entries on the day accepted. For full information and to enter please use this link https://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/outdoors/athletics-centre/competition-entry-forms/lee-valley-open-meeting/
Note: Closing date is Monday 26 December
EHAC METASWITCH INDOOR GAMES – Takes place at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Monday 2 January. Timetable 12.30pm to 5.00pm. There are no entries on the day, to download entry form please use this link http://sbharriers.co.uk/news/
Closing date is Friday 23 December
MIDDLESEX CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place on Saturday 7 January at Hillingdon House Farm. Race Headquarters is at Hillingdon Athletic Stadium, Gatting Way, Uxbridge (SatNav UB8 1ES). Car parking close to race headquarters (pay to use). Public transport, the nearest underground station is Uxbridge (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines). Then take 331 bus (towards Ruislip) or ten 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 8 January at Haileybury College, Hertford Heath (Satnav SG13 7NU). For all travel directions by road or rail please use this link https://www.haileybury.com/explore/directions
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
ENGLAND U20/SENIOR COMBINED EVENTS INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place at the English Institute of Sport, Coleridge Road, Sheffield (Satnav S9 5DA) on Saturday 7 January and Sunday 8 January.
Please use this link for entry information http://www.englandathletics.org/england-athletics/english-national-championships.
Closing date for entries is Saturday 16 December
SOUTHERN U15 AND U17 INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Saturday 7 January and Sunday 8 January.
Please note Sunday 8 January includes the 1500m for U20 and Senior Men and Women
For full information and to enter please use this link http://www.seaa.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=59&Itemid=67
Note: Closing date is Friday 23 December
START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUE – The fourth fixture of five takes place on Saturday 14 January at Trent Park, full details to follow.
Start Times to be confirmed
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run.
Please go to Start Fitness Metropolitan League web site www.metleague.co.uk for information on course maps, directions etc will be available 2 weeks prior to the race.
SCOTTISH NATIONAL OPEN (ALL AGE-GROUPS) INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place at the Emirates Arena, 1000 London Road, Glasgow (Satnav G40 3HG) on Saturday 14 January. Please use this link for entry information http://events.scottishathletics.org.uk/events?page=3
Closing date for entries is Tuesday 3 January
SOUTHERN U20 AND SENIOR INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton (Satnav N9 0AR) on Saturday 14 January and Sunday 15 January.
Please note the 1500m for U20 and Senior Men and Women is on Sunday 8 January, entries close Friday 23 December
For full information and to enter please use this link http://www.seaa.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=59&Itemid=67
Note: Closing date is Tuesday 3 January
RESULTS – CROSS COUNTRY UNLESS STATED
The Track Academy Sprint Challenge (Indoors) took place in Willesden on 17 December
60m – SX 1.8 SIMONE JONES U20 6th (PB 8.52), SX 1.11 CEAKE MADDIX U20 1st (PB 7.48) taking .19 of a second off his 23 January time, LAURA CLARK U23 4th (SB 7.75) taking .01 of a second off her 27 January time, SX 2.8 SIMONE finished 1st (PB 8.36) taking .16 of a second off her 1.8 time, SX 1.12 JACOB BERKELEY U20 2nd (PB 7.39) taking .21 of a second off his 31 January time, SX 1.14 LOUIS UBAKA U23 4th (SB 7.25), SX 2.11 LAURA finished 4th (7.80), SX 2.12 CEAKE finished 3rd (7.45), SX 2.13 JACOB finished 2nd (PB 7.23) taking .16 of a second off his 1.12 time, SX 2.14 LOUIS finished 4th (7.26)
10 December –MINNIPPI, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – DAVE SWEENEY V55 8th (18.31) 45th parkrun
17 December – ABERYSTWYTH – JOHN DRYDEN V65 30th (26.39) 73th parkrun – ALBERT, MIDDLESBOROUGH – JAMIE HARPER U17 2nd (18.00) 21st parkrun, GEMMA HARPER U15 27th (New PB 20.44) 11th parkrun – CARIN GLADES, PERTH, AUSTRALIA – STUART MOORE V55 66th (28.03) 45th parkrun – CHELMSFORD CENTRAL – NICOLA ROGERS 13th (New PB 18.53) 5th parkrun – MAIDSTONE – CLIFF GOLDING V60 64th (24.05) 14th parkrun – OAKHILL – STUART SINGER V55 4th (20.33) 173rd parkrun – PANSHANGER – RICHARD WILLIAMS V35 1st (16.32) 28th parkrun – POOLE – HUGH RICHARDS V70 340th (26.57) 54th parkrun – ST ALBANS – OLIVER GREENSTEIN U20 5th (First Time 18.21) 19th parkrun, SAMUEL GREENSTEIN U13 10th (18.54) 35th parkrun, REBEKAH GARDINER 23rd (19.40) 21st parkrun – STEVENAGE – RUSSELL DEVITT V65 66th (26.57) 67th parkrun – WORCESTER – ANTHONY WHITEMAN V45 1st (16.38) 14th parkrun
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.
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 – http://sbharriers.co.uk/
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 £4.40 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £2.20 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £3.30.
As a member of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers you can apply for a form which will give you membership of Allianz Park, you can pick up the form from the reception at Allianz Park. Any official coach of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers gains entry free of charge.
Charges for those with a membership form are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £4.00, Monthly fee £28.00 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £2.00, Monthly fee £14.00 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £3.00, Monthly fee £20.00.
All Allianz Park membership enquiries should be directed towards Isobel Dunnicliffe at email@example.com Her direct phone number is 0203 675 7252