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Events Calendar

Harriers Monday junior track training

Monday 06 November 2017 17:50 - 19:15
by Paul ChadwickHits : 33886

On the tartan track at Millfield School and using the surrounding fields -for ages 8-17

Start at 6.00pm- finishing at 7.00pm in autumn & winter (from Oct half-term to end of March) & at 7.15pm spring & summer (from early April through to Oct half-term)

Every Monday for c44 weeks of the year (apart from Bank Holidays, no sessions during August and over Xmas/New Year). Registration at 5.50pm trackside in Announcers hut at Millfield School track

Cost £2 for Harrier members or £3 for non-members if there is space. Preference given to those who are competing for the Club once a month. From age 11 and upwards we expect those being coached to be available to compete once a month for the Club; Track & Field in summer as part of the Yeovil Olympiads team; Cross-country and Road Relays.

Membership form is here

 

Parking in designated area adjacent to Millfield Swimming pool at Keen's Elm. Do not go onto the track until after registration and after previous training session (of Millfield Prep or others) has been completed.

Members can also pay by the term (£20) or annually (£60) using annual membership form

 

Fun in Athletics for ages 8-10  

Training to train and compete for ages 11-17  - to maintain your place in the squads you should be prepared to compete for the Club at least once a month.

We try and cover all track & field athletic events and cross-country training but the offer is dependent upon the number of voluntary coaches available.

Full coaches (Level 2): Graham Goldsmid, Paul Chadwick & Al Thorner

Asst coaches (Level 1)  Lawrence Whitehead, Chris Collier, Tom Dukes, Duncan Verel & Oli Harras

Coaching co-ordinator: Paul Chadwick

Registration: Graham Goldsmid

 

We are always looking to recruit new coaches as the current coaches between them have put in almost 50 years (!) of coaching and we need some new blood. Please speak to Paul if you want to know more about how to get involved in coaching.

Parents are encouraged to stay and watch or to help at the sessions (e.g raking the long jump pit; helping to record shot put distances etc). Photo below of one of the Monday juniors, Tom, in action at the County Championships by Al

 

Tom r sprints

Location : Millfield School track, Street
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