Sunday 27th June U17 & U20 Youth Development League @ Swansea

Sunday 27th June sees the U17 & U20 athletes at home for round 2 of the Youth Development League V Cardiff AAC V West Wales composite team of (Carmarthen, Neath, Pembrokeshire & Llanelli) V Cardiff Archers V South Wales composite team of (Aberdare, Bridgend, Pontyclun Barry & Rhondda).

Our team manager is Wendy Slade for any Swansea athletes that wish to be considered for selection at [email protected] or 079 22 16 45 62

With gatherings for organised outdoor activities for the health and wellbeing of juniors still restricted by Welsh Government guidelines, it is a very limited number of events available. Team managers and selected athletes should read the following document in full which includes a new timetable and Covid 19 protocols before attending on the day 27.06.21 Match Programme & C19 Protocols & Timetable  As detailed in the event information document, the grandstand and footpath between the swimming pool and pavilion will not be in use for spectators during this meeting and each person attending should make their own provision in case of inclement weather. The path shall be used as means for athletes, officials and team managers making their way to the toilets and the track. Athletes are strictly limited to just one parent, guardian or coach each so that social distancing can be maintained.

In addition for the event to run smoothly any UK Athletics qualified timekeepers, track judges and field judges should contact our meeting manager at [email protected] so that you can be declared on the teams portal and chief judges can start to allocate duties.

Team declarations must be made on the Team Managers’ portal and must be made at least 24 hours before the start of the meeting. For clarification: This refers to declarations for athletes and officials.

And finally we are extremely grateful to the volunteers who have made and continue to make this event possible behind the scenes, sacrificing many hours of their free time to get just all the paperwork done thus far. Organising track & field fixtures was complex enough before Covid 19, and has now become even more so!