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SCVAC Kent Vets League 2024
All latest information will be at SCVAC website
(timetables, dates / venues)
Communication between Committee and Clubs is via Team
(Anouska Johnson Officials assistant)
League meeting Dates and Location. All start at 6.45pm
1) Friday 17th May – Norman Park. Host Blackheath and
2) Friday 31st May – Tonbridge. Host TAC
3) Friday 14th June – Dartford. Host DAC
4) Friday 28th June Sutcliffe Park. Host Cambridge harriers
5) Friday 12th July – Tonbridge. Host TAC
6) Friday 19th July – Dartford. Host Central Park AC
Kent Vets SCVAC Structure for 2024
Sevenoaks / Swanley (comp)
Please ensure that a good number of your members sign up and take part
in English Athletics Officials courses this winter. Most Clubs will pay the
It is each individual clubs responsibility to provide officials for their
allocated field events along with
Following the incident at Dartford last year please ensure that all
athletes watch these videos. It will help those with experience to
understand the way those less experienced are thinking and vice versa. Be
aware of these basic reminders.
1/ Competitors and Officials only within competition
2/ Look both ways when crossing the track
3/ No form of head phones within the track and infield areas (as per EA
4/ Warm up
Field Events. Only when directed by officials.
Track Events. Practice starts only when indicated by officials or away from
the busy start area.
5/Please try to avoid interrupting officials unless directly related to the
functioning of the event.
Championship, 2 April 2022 at Lee Valley
Championships Entry Information -
Championship Programme 2 April 2022 - Results
SCVAC Kent Divisions 2024 Rules updated (01/01/2024)
ENTRY FORMS to Mark Pitcairn-Knowles , 2 weeks prior
to the first meeting (will be sent out to team managers)
SUBSCRIPTIONS to SCVAC treasurer Jeremy Carmichael
£75 per team (directly linked to cost of track hire and may change from year
Payment by 2 weeks prior to the first meeting.
Southern Counties Veterans Athletic Club
Sort Code: 20-24-61
A/c no.: 80037249
Must be first Claim members of club that has entered
5 second claim athletes allowed per team, these must be listed on the entry
form prior to the start of the league. Second Claim athletes cannot be first
claim members of another club in the league, regardless of which division
each club is in.
Please give dates of birth of all athletes to Brian Charlton
HOST club. Track Result pads.
Non scoring numbers
Brian Charlton Declaration forms (online in advance
and a hard copy on the night)
Lane Draws, throwing / jumping order, field cards, results.
Mark Pitcairn-Knowles Competition numbers (Clubs
please request )
HOST CLUB Starter, Marksman
Provide Track referee
First Aid provision
VISITING CLUBS 1 Time keeper
Provide 1 Track Judge
Meet requirements as per schedule of clubs field duties
Announcer Richard Mann at all meetings.
3 trials in long throws and triple jump, 4 in shot and
Pole Vault and High jumps, all age groups and
divisions start together
Division 1 compete separately first followed by
Division 2 in all events apart from PV and HJ
654321 in all events
NON SCORING ATHLETES
No non scoring in field events
In sprint events where there is a spare lane or time
for extra races.
In distance races where they will not over crowd the
race and there are sufficient time keepers and track judges. Extra races
only if track referee agrees there is spare time.
AGE GROUP COMPETITION
Athletes cannot compete in the same event in different age groups in the
same meeting, but may compete in different events in different age groups in
the same meeting
A AND B STRINGS
Where A and B strings run in separate races, the faster athlete should
always be placed in the A race
Where A and B strings run in the same race, the first athlete to finish will
score as the A string
RELAY BREAK POINTS
4X200 Athletes will start on the long stagger and the third leg runner will
break at the beginning of the back straight
4x400 First leg athletes will start on the 800 start lines, run the first
100 in lanes and then break at the beginning of the back straight
Any appeals about possible inaccurate individual results must be made by the
athlete concerned or his/her team manager on the night.. The decision of the
track or field referee will be final.
The team results may not be finalised on the night, but will be supplied by
the recorder as soon as possible after the night.
CANCELLATION OF FIXTURES
If a fixture is cancelled and at least 80% of the events have been
completed, the fixture will count as a complete fixture and the remaining
events will not be held.
If fewer than 80% of the events have been completed, the points for the
completed events will count and the remaining events may be held at a later
date An event is defined as a race/throw/jump in one division in one age
group, e.g.100m. division 1, M40A and M40B
If the up to two fixture’s have to be cancelled, the league positions after
four or five matches will be the final results for the season.
The first and second teams in division 1, men and women, will compete in the
final against the winners from the other regional sections of the league.
An entrant shall be deemed to have made him/herself/their self, familiar
with, and agreed to be bound by the UKA Anti-Doping Rules and to submit to
the authority of UK Anti-Doping in the application and enforcement of the
The UKA Anti-Doping Rules apply to entrants participating in the sport of
Athletics, for 12 months from the [date of entry], whether or not the
licence holder is a citizen of, or resident in, the UK.’