The 2019 Club League has been finalised.
It is following on from last year’s format, with 8 target events and 2 bonus events – the National 10k and National Half Marathon.
The 8 targeted events comprise two x 5k, one x 8k, three x 10k, and two x 10 mile.
Participating members must complete a minimum of 5 out of the 8 target events listed. Best 5 events from target list to score.
The first event on is on March 10. The Seamus Corbett Memorial 8k Carra Classic in Carnacon is a new addition to the League but a popular event for many club members.
All Mayo AC members (2019 registered) are invited to participate and can compete in as many of the listed events as they like.
Competing members must wear their Mayo AC vest.
Responsibility is on each Mayo AC member to register at race entry as ‘Mayo AC’.
Trisha Carty will be contact for Club League issues and compile points tables for men and women after each event.
Members must declare relevant PBs by Thursday March 1, either by submitting PB entry form at Fit4Life/Mayo AC Training Sessions or by emailing
with PB details. Any PB declared previously will automatically be transferred to new League.
Click the button below to download the rules, list of events and application form in Word.
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