The third round of the Scottish Indoor League takes place at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow, on Sunday 12 January.
The match starts at 9.30 am and will finish at approximately 2.00 pm.
The Final is on Sunday 8 March, for age group teams that qualify and for athletes selected for the 4x200m relays.
All club members in the Under 11 to Under 20 age groups are eligible to compete in this league.
Athletes must be at least 9 years of age on the day of competition.
U11: Born 01/09/2009 or later
U13: Born 01/09/2007 - 31/08/2009
U15: Born 01/09/2005 - 31/08/2007
U17: Born 01/09/2003 - 31/08/2005
U20: Born 01/01/2000 - 31/08/2003
Club transport is available from Craigswood Sports Centre leaving at 8.00 am and returning at approximately 2.45 pm. There will be a pick-up and drop-off at Harthill Service Station at approximately 8.20 am and 2.25 pm.
The bus cost is £5 per person to a maximum of £15 per family. Depending on the numbers requiring transport, we may use a mini-bus rather than a coach.
Fees for the bus will be collected by direct debit after you submit your availability form and we will no longer collect cash on the bus. When submitting your availability details, to ensure you are charged the correct amount, please use the "Add New Athlete" button to provide availability details for all children at the one time.
Athletes making their own travel arrangements should be at the venue for 8.45 am.
Please use the availability form
to let to let the team managers know if you're available or not for this match. For league matches, availability forms should always be submitted, even if you are not available!
The last date to confirm availability is midnight on Sunday 5 January.
Once the availability period has closed, the team managers will get feedback from lead coaches on the athletes who are available, and then they will select the teams. The provisional teams sheets are usually posted in the pavilion and emailed during the week before the competition.
As this is a half-day team competition with only 2 places per event per club, athletes will usually only be doing 1 or 2 events, and may not be doing their favourite event!
At league matches, the emphasis is on participation and competing as a part of a team, with all selected club members expected to take part.
The points scoring system means that it's important that we have competitors in all events at a match. Athletes that do an event for the first time "to get a point" are just as important a part of the team as the athletes that win events.
Also, there are one or two age groups where we have a large number of athletes which means, because this is a league match with a limited number of places per team, we may not be able to accommodate absolutely everyone who wants to compete.