This guide gives a useful insight into the leagues we compete in and how teams are selected. It then goes on to explain other T&F competitions such as districts and nationals, OGM’s……

T&F Leagues

We enter leagues as a club with teams selected. Participating and spectating is free at league meetings. Athletes should have a valid scottishathletics membership to compete and wear the club vest

Fixtures, Info & Availability: These are below for each league If you click on any link you will be taken to further info for that event such as venue, timetables, how to declare…… any link will only go live about 4/6 weeks prior to each event. Fixtures are also able to view on the scottishatletics website.

Selection: This will be from the replies received, we will try and be as fair as possible with selection to ensure we give all a chance. We will inform you of successful selection by email to you and/or via your coach. Any concerns over team selection should always be addressed in the first instance with your coach who in-turn will discuss it with the relevant team manager. Please note in each event we are only allowed two athletes per age group/gender/event.(example U15 Girls 100m = one A string athlete then one B string athlete)

Attending: Simply report to the team manager (usually found at the club banner) to collect your number. All athletes will wear the same team number depending on which string they are in. Their performances are turned into points which count toward the club total. 

Age Groups & Leagues

FVL Forth Valley league, CSSAL Central & Southern Scotland Athletics League, SNAL Scottish National Athletics League If viewing this page using a mobile this table is best viewed in landscape or using a larger device

U11 01/09/12 – 9 on the day of the event FVL & CSSAL
U13 01/09/10 – 31/08/12 FVL & CSSAL
U15 01/09/08 – 31/08/10 FVL & CSSAL
U17 01/09/06 – 31/08/08 CSSAL & SNAL
U20 01/01/04 – 31/08/06 CSSAL & SNAL
Sen born on or before 31/12/03 CSSAL & SNAL
Masters Age 35+ on day of comp CSSAL & SNAL


Please complete any declarations two week before the event. 

15/4 | SNAL 1 | Results 

23/4 | FVL 1 | Results

30/4 | CSSAL 1 | Results

20/5 | CSSAL 2 | Results

28/5 | SNAL 2 | Results

17/6 | FVL | Provisional Results

18/6 | SNAL | Results

23/7 | CSSAL | Results

30/7 | SNAL | Results

27/8 | FVL | Declare here | Grangemouth |  Timetable

Club Events

28/5 SUPERteams Regional Heat * results
24-Jun SUPERteams Final (If qualified) results
25-Jun National Track Relay Champs** results

S/teams is for U12 age group {insert age range} The relays for any age group apart from U11. The club canvass for interest and do the entries.The club will also run their own T&F Championships and have friendly inter club matches with other local clubs over the season.

Self Entry Events  

Athletes (or their parents)  self enter into these events via the organisers. Links to do so will be on our fixtures page. An entry fee payable to the organiser, and a closing date for entries will apply. When attending these events athletes report to declarations to collect their individual number. 

District & National Championships: CAAC are in the East District, these championships are a great stepping stone for the Nationals. At both these you will be competing in your age groups. Those competing National events can reclaim the entry costs after the event.

Grand Prix Series. This is a blend of leagues and individual competition However your performance at GP events are turned into club points as well. There are bespoke GP events for Throws, Jumps, Sprints & Endurance with some Championship events also doubling up as GP events. 

Please follow this {insert link} to see the Champs & GP fixtures.

Open Graded Meetings (OGM’s) These are run by either clubs or local authorities The difference is that instead of competing against those of similar age you compete against those of similar standard. These are great opportunities, especially to get some experience if you are new to the sport or wanting to try something different.