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Cork Athletics Cross-Country Championship Entry Forms 2016

Entry Forms for Cork Athletics Cross-Country Championships Autumn 2016

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Cork Athletics Fixtures Calendar

Autumn Cross-Country Fixtures 2016

Cork Athletics Updated Cross-Country Fixtures Listing for Autumn 2016


DateCompetitionVenueEntry FormsClosing Date

Sunday, October 2nd

(after Novice races)

Juvenile Even-Age


Conna Juvenile Even-Age Entry Form  Tuesday 27th Sept 
Sunday October 2nd

Novice & U23


Conna Novice & U23 Entry Form Tuesday 27th Sept

Sunday, October 9th

(after Senior races)

Juvenile Uneven-Age


West Muskerry
Juvenile Uneven Age Entry Form Tuesday 4th Oct
Sunday October 9th

Junior & U19


West Muskerry
Junior & U19 Entry Form Tuesday 4th Oct
Sunday October 9th



West Muskerry
Senior Entry Form Tuesday 4th Oct
Sunday October 16th

Juvenile B


Carraig na bhFear Juvenile B Entry Form Tuesday 11th Oct
Sunday October 16th



Carraig na bhFear Intermediate Entry Form Tuesday 11th Oct
Sunday November 6th

Novice B


Riverstick Novice B Entry Form Tuesday 1st Nov
Sunday November 6th



Riverstick Masters Entry Form Tuesday 1st Nov


Race Distances

(Subject to confirmation)
Juvenile Distances per Athletics Ireland Juvenile Competition Booklet (Pages 36 & 37)

Juvenile Even Age Events

Under 10 1,000m 1,000m
Under 12 2,000m 2,000m
Under 14 3,000m 3,000m
Under 16 4,000m 4,000m
Under 18 6,000m 4,000m

Juvenile UnEven Age Events

Under 9 750m 750m
Under 11 1,500m 1,500m
Under 13 2,500m 2,500m
Under 15 3,500m 3,500m
Under 17 5,000m 4,000m
Under 19 6,000m 4,000m

Adult Events

Novice 6,000m 4,000m
Under 23 6,000m 4,000m
Intermediate 8,000m 5,000m
Novice B 6,000m 4,000m
Senior 10,000m 5,000m



  • Every Athlete MUST be registered with Athletics Ireland to be eligible to take part
  • Clubs with outstanding fees owed from the Track and Field Season will not be permitted to take part
  • Entries by Email only – Any entry, by text or phone call, will NOT be accepted
  • Late entries will be NOT be accepted
  • Cheques / Postal order should to be made payable to Cork County Board AAI, and sent to Mary Meagher, Competition Secretary, Cork Athletics, 3 Whitethorn Drive, Station Rd, Blarney, Co. Cork. 
  • Please respect our venues! Bring your litter/waste home. The lands are all generously provided by individual landowners, without whose generorosity it would not be possible to hold these events.


•    For eligibility for different competitions see Cork Athletics Competition Bye-Laws - PDF File
•    Women's events are first, followed by the men
•    Team events – 4 to score, with the exception of the Masters men O/50
•    Masters Categories start at 0/35, O/40, O/45……
•    The age on the Day of Competition determines the Masters Category


•    No athlete born in 2009 (under 8) may take part
•    To be eligible for the B Championships, Athletes must have been entered in the A Championships


Photography & Videos

Every person taking photos or videos at these Cross-Country Championships MUST register, on the day, with Cork Athletics Child Protection Officer, or other official. Those taking photos and/or videos may be required to wear identifying Hi-Viz vests.  All images taken must comply with the codes/policies below.

The taking of photos and videos at Athletics Ireland events is governed by Athletics Ireland's codes/policies Code Of Ethics & Good Practice for Children in Athletics and Photgraphy Policy for Schools Events - Athletics Ireland

Cork Athletics records, by photo and/or video, its events, for publicity purposes.  All such images comply with the above codes/policies

Cork Athletics County Board Child Protection Policy



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Please do NOT bring dogs to the venue.  Only Guide dogs, and other registered assistance dogs, are permitted at Cork Athletics venues, on health and safety grounds. 

In addition, the presence of a dog is likely to impair the functioning of a trained assistance dog.  A person bringing a non-assistance dog is likely to be asked to keep their dog in their car, or, in extreme cases, to leave the venue.

Cork Athletics Animal Policy



There will be an Admission Charge for many of these events, payable at the gate

About Us

Cork Athletics County Board is a constituent member of Athletics Ireland. Cork Athletics is the governing body, administering athletics, track and field (T&F), cross-country (XC) and running in county Cork. The Board comprises elected representatives of constituent athletic clubs and running clubs. Cork County Board AAI organises Championship races and competition, including road, track & field (T&F) and Cross-country (XC), at junior, juvenile, senior and masters levels, and selects representation for the county. In addition, training and education is provided for coaches and officials. The Board also regulates the Athletics Ireland race/event permit (licence) process for county Cork.
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