Mission Statement

The object of New Marske Harriers is the promotion of community participation in healthy recreation for the benefit of the inhabitants of Redcar and Cleveland and it's neighbouring Boroughs by the provision of facilities for athletics. Registered Charity Number 1168578

New Marske Harriers Three Rings Award

General Rules.

1. Athletes can only ever claim one award at each level.

2. Athletes must have been a member of New Marske Harriers for a minimum of 18 months prior to relevant performance to claim an award.

3. Performaces must be recognised in national statistics database (IE Power of 10)

4. Awards are made at three levels:

 

ONE RING -         Open to u15 Boys and Girls who equal or better age group performance in the table below*

TWO RINGS -      Open to u17 Men and Women who equal or better age group performance in the table below*

THREE RINGS -   Open to u20 and Senior Men and Women who equal or better relevant age group performance in the table below*

 

*For DisAblity Athletes, UK Rankings are to be used. An athlete has to be ranked 1st or 2nd in UK (out of a minimum of 5 athletes in ranking table) in his/her event/category to qualify for an award.

3 rings

AWARD LEVELS:

ONE RING = £50

TWO RINGS = £100

THREE RINGS = £200

Track & Field Leagues

The second on fixture of the YAL will again be at Monkton Stadium, Jarrow on May 22nd. The minibus has been booked this.

The next Senior League fixture is at Clairville on 4th June - support required from both athletes and volunteers as fixture is being hosted by the club.

The team managers are:

YAL Jean Cole - 01642 486847

Senior MenAndrew Hart - 07790772549


Senior Women Louise Danby -·07898881985


 

Track & Field Awards

The season will run from 1st April to 31st October each year.

Scoring Events

The scoring can be achieved at:

  • Schools Meetings at county level and above,
  • Club league fixtures,
  • NYSD fixtures,
  • UKA permitted open meetings including county, regional and national championships
  • BUSA meetings, and
  • events organized by the club to provide scoring opportunities.

It is the responsibility of the individual athlete to ensure that official results from non club events are made available to the Awards Administrator or Club Secretary.

In the event of a tied score in any category, a joint award will be made.

All Age Groups

Most Improved Award.

Awarded to the athlete with greatest percentage increase of score, in their best event score of the previous season. The award will only be made to an athlete that does not win an award in any of the categories below. Where an athlete changes age group and the best event is not available in the new age group, then the equivalent event will be substituted (eg U17W 300M becomes U20W 400M and U15G 70MHur becomes U17W 80MHur).

Event Group Awards

The Event Group awards are open to all age groups starting from under 13. Performances will scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances using New Marske Harriers scoring system

The scoring system allows males and females to compete on equal footing for each award.

Throws Award

Any combination of throwing events. Correct weights are to be used at each age group.

Jumps Award

Any combination of jumping events appropriate to the age group.

Speed Award

Any combination of flat and hurdle events appropriate to the age group up to 400m.

Endurance Award

Any track running event 600m or over appropriate to the age group.

Age Group Awards

Separate Male & Female awards in each Age group

Multi Event Awards – certificates will be awarded to all who qualify, and a trophy to best in each category.

Under 11

Best Athlete

Using New Marske Harriers scoring system, the best three scores to include a run (speed or endurance), a throw and a jump.

Under 13

Best Athlete

Using New Marske Harriers scoring system, the best three scores to include a run (speed or endurance), a throw and a jump. 

Under 15

Best Athlete

Performances will be scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances,  using New Marske Harriers scoring system – any combination of events but must include a least 1 track event and 1 field event

Pentathlon Award

Pentathlon Award by completing 5 events scored Using New Marske Harriers scoring system

The 5 scored events must be:

1 Speed

1 Endurance

1 Jump

1 Throw

1 further event from any of these groups.

Under 17

Best Athlete

Performances will be scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances using New Marske Harriers scoring system – any combination of events. 

Pentathlon Award

Pentathlon Award by completing 5 events scored Using New Marske Harriers scoring system

The 5 scored events must be:

1 Speed

1 Endurance

1 Jump

1 Throw

1 further event from any of these groups.

Under 20

Best Athlete

Performances will be scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances using New Marske Harriers scoring system – any combination of events.

Additional points of 2 per meeting, will be awarded for representing the club in League competition.

Pentathlon Award

Pentathlon Award by completing 5 events scored Using New Marske Harriers scoring system

The 5 scored events must be:

1 Speed

1 Endurance

1 Jump

1 Throw

1 further event from any of these groups.

Seniors – men 20 to 39 and women 20 to 34

Best Athlete

Performances will be scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances using New Marske Harriers scoring system – any combination of events.

Pentathlon Award for men,

1500m, 400m, Shot, Long Jump and javelin

Pentathlon Award for women

800m, 200m, Shot, Long Jump and javelin

The above will be scored on performances achieved over the season and using New Marske Harriers scoring system.

Veterans – men 40+ and women 35+

Best Athlete

Performances will be scored as an aggregate of best 3 performances using New Marske Harriers scoring system – any combination of events.

Pentathlon Award for men,

1500m, 400m, Shot, Long Jump and javelin

Pentathlon Award for women

800m, 200m, Shot, Long Jump and javelin

The above will scores on performances achieved over the season and scored using New Marske Harriers scoring system

New Marske Harriers Results Database & Scoring System

Only events entered in the New Marske Harriers web based results database will be scored, as the scoring system is built in. League results will be entered by the administrator; however the facility for athletes to add other performances (subject to verification) will be available.

The New Marske Harriers Scoring System calculates a percentage score against the GRADE 1 for each event and age group (using AAA’s Grades for 2010). For veteran athletes, the score is calculated using the senior grade, but modified using WAVA Age Factor tables for the relevant event. The Grade 1 table has been extended to include events for Under 11’s (1kg Shot, 60m/70m, Long Jump and 600m), for some other common events and for veteran throws and hurdles with different equipment specifications.

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