Aberdeen AAC were our Track and Field Club of the Year winners in 2022 with Nick Percy making the presentation (photo by Bobby Gavin)
The 4J Annual Awards Dinner is coming up next month and we cannot wait to celebrate another thrilling and successful year for our sport.
Eilidh Doyle is our Guest of Honour for the event at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow on the night of Saturday 28 October.
It is always very important for scottishathletics to recognise, acknowledge and celebrate the success and commitment of our clubs, coaches and volunteers.
And that’s why we are urging you to buy tickts now to avoid disappointment and savour what is always a fantastic event.
The past 12 months or so have witnessed spectacular success at elite level in a number of disciplines but our top athletes and coaches are quick to stress that the hard work at grassroots is the platform for high level performances.
That’s why ‘Everyone Has a Role‘ is very much the theme of our 4J Awards with an emphasis on celebrating our clubs, coaches, Officials and volunteers.
Today we reveal the nominees in the various club categories.
Many congratulations to all those short-listed and we very much look forward to welcoming you on the evening of Saturday 28 October.
In alphabetical order, here’s the first of our short-lists for 2023 . . .
Impact Club of the Year:
Aberdeen AAC; Corstorphine AAC; Springburn Harriers
Off-track Club of the Year:
Central AC; Giffnock North AC; Shettleston Harriers
Track and Field Club of the Year:
Edinburgh AC; Harmeny AC; Pitreavie AAC
Janice Eaglesham MBE Para Development Club of the Year:
Aberdeen AAC; Perth Strathtay Harriers; VP-Glasgow
*We will release further short-lists soon for coach, volunteer and Officials awards. And the winners are all revealed at the 4J Annual Awards on Saturday 28 October.
LOOKING BACK . . .
DETAILS ON THE 2022 4J ANNUAL AWARDS
Giffnock North were named our Off Track Club of the Year in 2022 with Eilish McColgan making the presentation (photo by Bobby Gavin)