Here you will find information about the club, contact details, fixture lists and the latest news from the club. The club caters for athletes of all ages from 9 through to seniors, and competes in local and national athletics events as well as providing fun and varied training for athletes of all abilities in Halton and north Cheshire.
If you want to know more about joining the club, please contact us via the Contacts page, or come and see us in person at one of our scheduled training sessions. You can find details of when and where we train on the Club Details page.
1. SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST AT MACCLESFIELD
2. SUNDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER AT WARRINGTON
These matches are open to all so please make yourself available.
The match at Warrington is our home match and we would like our athletes and parents to show support for the coaches and officials of the club by turning out.
The turnout at all our matches this year has been very disappointing. We are an athletics club, which competes in 2 leagues. If the club is to continue as such, we need support from parents. If your child does not wish to compete for us, then we need to start asking ‘WHY DO YOUR CHILDREN COME TO TRAINING?'
The details for both matches will be on our website.
Any queries please speak to any of the coaches / committee members or look on the website:
Due to holidays and work commitments, there will no training at Castle Park, Frodsham on the following dates:
TUESDAY: 4TH, 11TH, 18TH, 25TH AUGUST
(Endurance squad should check with Nick for the summer training schedule!)
Can you help?
Written by Website
Tuesday, 21 July 2015
As the outdoor track season is nearing the end, with the lower YDL completed and just 2 more Cheshire T&F matches to come, we should take time to say "Thank you" to Emma Scott and Rachel Wilson for their time, effort and dedication as Team Managers this year.
Unfortunately for us, both Team Managers won't be able to do that role for us next year, so the club is looking for some keen volunteers to take their places for both the winter Sportshall programme and for the outdoor Track & Field season next year.
Without team managers in place, the club wouldn't be able to enter the various leagues, and our young athletes would miss out on the chance to compete.
We are looking for people with energy and enthusiasm to lead and inspire the young athletes to achieve the great things that we know they are capable of. Over the years the Club has been very fortunate to have parents with these qualities to come through and take on team management and other roles within the club, and we are always on the lookout for those who can help us.
If you think you might be able to help out, please drop a line to Bill Smith (
) or any of the other officials at our training sessions.
Cheshire Multi Events Championships - 13th September 2015
Written by Website
Tuesday, 07 July 2015
Entries are invited for individuals who wish to take part in the Cheshire Junior Multi Events Championships.
U11s take part in a three event Triathlon format consisting of 100m or 800m, plus Long Jump and Soft Javelin.
U13s also compete in three events, comprising a run (100m or 70/75m hurdles or 800m), a jump (long jump or high jump) and a throw (javelin or shot put).
U15s and U17s compete in a five event Pentathln with sprint hurdles, 800m, long jump, high jump and shot put as mandatory events.
The event will be run by Handford Wilmslow Alderley Athletics Club and take place at the Macclesfield track.
The application form can be found here and it is up to individual athletes to make their entries.
Good luck to any athlete taking part!
Success for endurance squad at Cheshire Championships
Written by Website
Thursday, 28 May 2015
The Frodsham-based endurance squad reaped the benefits of their hard training throughout the winter with 7 medals at last weekend's Cheshire County Championships.
Richard McGeachie (U20 - 3000m gold, 800m silver), Jacob Birtles (U15 - 800m gold) and Chris Larkin (U17 - 3000m bronze, 1500m steeplechase silver, high jump silver and triple jump silver) all set PBs and club records in their events on Saturday and Sunday, with Richard's battling display in the 3000m and Jacob's dominant 800m run being particular highlights in the glorious weather on the Saturday.
Whilst the athletes are the ones running the events and taking the glory Nick Massey as coach to the squad should also be singled out for his dedication and hard work with this squad too!
In addition to Richard, Chris and Jacob, Luke Southerton was the only other Harrier to compete in the weekend's championships, unfortunately overstepping the take off on each of his jumps and missing out at an excellent chance at the gold medal.
It was disappointing to see such few entrants this weekend, with no female competitors at all. Perhaps athletes and parents could feed back to coaches and team managers to see whether there were any underlying reasons for the low turnout?