Dublin Juvenile Track and Field Leagues 2022

The first of four T&F Leagues takes place this Saturday 9th April from 10.30am in Tallaght. League 1 Saturday 9th April @ 10.30am Tallaght Athletics Track Greenhills Rd, D24 League 2 Saturday 23rd April @ 10.15am Morton Stadium, Santry League 3 Saturday 7th May @ 10.30am TBC League 4 Saturday 21st May @ 10.30am TBC Links: League 1 Timetable. (Amended as at 08/04/22) Tallaght Athletics Track (Google Maps Location) How do the Leagues work? You do not have to pre-register for the competition - simply turn up at least 1 hour before your first event and register with our club official (at the DSD flag) to receive your Age Label. Once you’ve registered and received your Age Label - you can compete in any or all of the events scheduled for your age group. Points are awarded to the top 6 athletes in each event and the top 6 athletes in each age group with the most accumulated points over the 4 Leagues are awarded a trophy – so obviously the more events you enter, the more chances you have of accumulating points. 1st 7 points 2nd 5 points 3rd 4 points 4th 3 points 5th 2 points 6th 1 point The Leagues are a great opportunity to try new events and to get some competition practice before the upcoming Dublin T&F Championships. Please arrive at least 1 hour before your scheduled event, remember times are approximate and event can start up to 45 minutes earlier than scheduled. Please see attached for League 1 schedule. Note: without volunteers and officials these competitions cannot take place - please let us know if you are available to volunteer on the day. As always we endeavour to minimise time officiating by spreading the work among many – it is much appreciated if you could make yourself available if asked to help on the day. Notes: Club singlets must be worn (singlets will NOT be on sale on the day) Be prepared for all types of weather Bring water/food as delays can happen All clubs are required to provide officials to help at these events - it will be much appreciated if you make yourself available to help when asked Only athletes aged U10 – U16 are eligible to compete U10 (born 2013) U11 (born 2012) U12 (born 2011) U13 (born 2010) U14 (born 2009) U15 (born 2008) U16 (born 2007) An athlete cannot step up or down an age in any event (except U9 born 2014 can step up to U10) All Track events will be decided on times – no heats/quarter or semi-finals Field events – 3 throws/jumps per athlete All competing athletes must be currently registered In the event of contests clashing, officials will show flexibility, ie if a competitor is involved in long jump contest and a track event/other field event is called, he/she will be facilitated to participate in both, but must inform the official(s) Parents and supporters are not permitted on the track or infield areas. Please cooperate with, abide by and respect the decisions of the voluntary officials and organisers of the competitions Everyone in attendance should help keep the facilities we use clear of rubbish Please use rubbish bins where they are provided or bring your rubbish with you when leaving! Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions. Wishing all athletes the best over the weekend – we look forward to seeing you there! Yours in sport Sharon Wilson Athletics Operations Director