Full details can be found on the MVTFL website at http://mvtfl.wordpress.com
Members whose UKA Club does not compete in the league may be able to qualify under the 2nd Claim Rule. Please check with Tony because numbers are limited by the MVTFL Rules.
Midland Masters AC will once again compete in the Midland Veterans Track & Field League (MVTFL); South Division during 2014.
Fixture details can be found at http://mvtfl.wordpress.com/south-division
Only 1st Claim Members can compete in this league and members of road running clubs who have registered with UKA as 1st Claim Track & Field only. If you fall into the latter category; have not registered and are interested in competing in track events then please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
There are exceptions to the above; we can use 3 male & 3 female 2nd Claim Members during the season. Please check with your team manger or myself.
Communication is a two way thing; please contact your MVTFL Team Manager, Tony Porter, if you want to compete in the league. His contact email is email@example.com
This information is for 1st Claim Members of MMAC Only
The MVT&FL Cup Finals are being held in Nuneaton on the 1st September. Here is a note from your Team Manager, Tony Porter…..
If you are interested in competing in the Cup Final at Nuneaton on Sept 1st., please click on the link for the timetable ………..MVTFL_Cup_Final_timetable_2013
If you are interested I have till August 9th. to submit a team. It will be all hands to the pumps so it’s up to you guys.
I am aware that it is late and the cross country has started and it also clashes with the MMAC 10k road Championships but please consider this representing us in this match.
See you on 1st September
Results Midland Veterans Track and Field League Meeting 2 South Division – Mozilla Firefox http://ow.ly/5ibFs
The Cup Finals of the Midland Veterans Track & Field League take place in Rugby on the 5th September 2010.
Midland Masters have decided not to contest this event because we have so few athletes available to compete. We will however continue in the MVT&F L next year
Please check out the “MVT&FL Page” on this Blog for the latest on Meeting 3 Results and for details of Meeting 4
I attended the AGM of the Midland Veterans Track & Field League (MVT&FL) last night where there were items on the Agenda to be discussed that affected MMAC. Without going into detail, these items were unnecessary and were deliberately aimed at MMAC, making us out as different to any of the other Clubs in the MVT&FL. The proposals put us under the heading of “joint clubs”, thus inferring that we are made up from more than one Club! And other proposals sought to change what in effect are the UKA Rules on second claim members.
Needless to say I defended our position as a “proper” Club saying that we affiliated to England Athletics the same as any other UKA Club and that we register members with EA as 1st Claim Members if they wish to compete but not belong to a UKA Club. Further more, we can use members who belong to a Club NOT affiliated for track & field who wish (their choice) to compete for us at track & field. Other Clubs admitted to using athletes in the MVT&FL under this rule, so we are no exception.
I’m glad to say that MMAC received plenty of support and these ridiculous proposals; all aimed at MMAC were dropped. I did point out that athletes from road running clubs wishing to compete in track & field for another club MUST fill in the UKA Form, “Other Discipline Application” for them to be eligible and this should be done pre-season. All MMAC members in this position will go through this procedure.
I now hope we can go into a third season in the MVT&FL without this underlying vendetta against us and we can allow our team managers to get on with it and for the athletes involved to compete and enjoy it, which is what it all should be about.
(I must point out that the above views are purely my personal ones and not necessarily those of the MMAC also the Midland Veterans T&F League is a completely different organization to MMAC)
The MMAC team manager for 2010 will be Tony Crocker assisted by Alan Mellett. Tony is also taking over the role of Divisional Secretary for the South and will be assisted by Eric Horwill and I wish them all well.
Provisional details of the dates for the 2010 season appear on the “Vets League” Page. Please keep returning for further updates as I get them.
The “Other Discipline Application” Form can be downloaded here: – http://www.midlandathletics.org.uk/PDFS/ELIGIBILITY_NA_Other_Disciplines_2NDClaimform.pdf