In January 2013 the existing National Junior Athletic League and the National Young Athletics League amalgamated to form the UK Youth Development League for all athletes under 20 years of age.
The management of the new league was formed by existing committee members of the previous leagues.
Following the 2014 AGM Norma Blaine MBE, past Chairman, became the leagues first president with Grace Hall taking over as Chairman.
The dates for 2018 are:
Upper Age Group -
Lower Age Group -
Check dates on League structure for LAG Scottish & Northern Ireland as there is a slight variation on the above.
All correspondance relating to League matters should be sent in the first instance to;
The UKYDL Administrator, 8 Swan Walk, Sandy Water Park, Llanelli. SA15 4SJ.
Tel 07973 469 180 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
06.01.2018. Welcome to the 2018 UKYDL web site. All outstanding documentation on the documents page will be updated in due course.
20.12.2017. Download notes from the Pre-
08.12.2017. Documents page updated with minutes and reports from the 2017 AGM.
11.11.2017. Annual Accounts.
The annual accounts prepared for the AGM are now available.
02.11.2017. AGM Documentation.
The League Administrator has now sent out to member clubs the documentation relating to the Annual General Meeting which can be downloaded below.
UK YDL NATIONAL FINALS
LOWER AGE GROUP. Sale Harriers took the lower age group title by 3 points from Blackheath & Bromley where 7.5 points separated the top three teams. They have now won the lower age group title twice, 2014 and 2017. Congratulations to Sale.
The Norma Blaine MBE athlete of the match award was presented to Holly Mpassy of Blackheath & Bromley Harriers for her outstanding new league record in the U15 girls 300 metres, 40.15 seconds.
The Frank Starkie award was won by Hugh Morrow of Edinburgh AC with a 4:28.05 U15 boys 1500 metre win.
UPPER AGE GROUP. Blackheath & Bromley Harriers, who like Sale, have now won the upper age group title twice, 2016 and 2017, took the title by an unprecedented 167 points, from Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers.
However, they also did a fabulous double, never been seen before, winning both the gender splits. They now have the honour of both their male and female teams going to Europe in 2018 to represent the UK in the European Junior Champions Club Cup. Congratulations to everyone involved in this unique result.
The Norma Blaine MBE athlete of the match award was presented to Jay Morse, Cardiff AAC, for his U17 discus win of 52.57 metres.
The Olive Megit award was won by Hannah Foster of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers with a 45.3 U17 300M hurdles win.