Road races, Cross Country and Track & Field fixtures




CCS - (Cross Challenge Series)
EAA (Eastern AA)
ECCA (English Cross Country Association)
SCAA (Suffolk County AA)
SEAA (South of England AA)
SSAA (Suffolk Schools AA)
SWL (Suffolk Winter League)


6th SCAA County Championships - Culford School
20th SWL - Haughley Park (prov)
26th SEAA Cross Country Main Champs - Parliament Hill, London

2nd SSAA Anglians - Lincolonshire (TBC)
17th SWL - BSE
23rd ECCA National Championships - Harewood House, Leeds

9th CCS - Prestwold Hall, Loughborough (incorporates the World Cross Country Trials and UK Inter Counties Championships)
10th SWL- Fritton Lake
16th SSAA - ESAA XC Championships, Leeds
24th SWL- Haverhill

Suffolk Winter League information

Individual scoring will be best 4 from 5 events.

The Senior races (around 5 miles long) usually start at 11.00am with the Junior (around 2 miles long) start times subject to each individual hosting club (they're usually within 10 minutes of the Senior start time). Maps and any further info will be distributed a couple of weeks before each race. All full members are eligible to take part in these league races and no individual entry is required.

Directions:- Fritton Lake Country Park



Harriers fixture list 2018

Championship events

9th & 10th - Southern Outdoor T&F U20/Senior Championships, Bedford International Stadium
30th - Eastern Counties Championships, Peterborough

7th & 8th Southern Outdoor T&F All Ages Combined Events, Horspath Track,

11th & 12th Southern Outdoor T&F U13*/U15/U17 Championships, Lee Valley (*Limited programme of events)

1st - Southern Inter County Championships at Horspath Track, Oxford
8th - Hibberd, Peterhouse, Bemax Trophy at Bury St Edmunds

Southern Athletics League (U17, U20 & Seniors only) timetable

Eastern Young Athletes League (U13, U15 & U17 only) timetable

East Anglian League (All age groups) timetable

Ipswich Harriers provides members with coach travel to away league meetings (ie Eastern Young Athletes League, East Anglian League, National Junior League and Southern Athletics League). Athletes need to arrange their own transport to any Open meetings that they choose to enter. Coaches for all away league meetings will leave from the road outside Northgate Sports Centre and Team Managers will confirm pick-up times the week before the meeting.

Parents/guardians who are not members of the Club but who would like to accompany their children on the coach MUST speak to the relevant Team Manager the week before the meeting to confirm that there is room on the coach for them. If there is room, non-members will be charged 5 each as a contribution towards travel costs. For parents/guardians who are travelling on the coach and need to park their cars for the day, please ensure that you do NOT park in the Northgate Sports Centre car park (there is plenty of street parking outside Northgate) as the Sports Centre will be closed by the time we return and your car will be locked in until the next morning!

If new athletes or their parents/guardians have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask me, your Coach, your Team Manager or any Club Official - any of us will be pleased to help.