Welcome to the 2016/17 Season


The season starts on Sunday 2nd October, once again at Prestwold Hall.

Over the last few weeks we’ve had a lot of questions from teachers and parents.
We’ve put together a Frequently Asked Questions Page and we’ve also put all the previous results and reports in one place.
This will make it easier for you to find your way around the site and also to prepare for the season ahead.

If you have any queries about the league or this web site, please fill in the form at the bottom of this page.


Very Frequently Asked Questions


When are the races?

SUNDAY 2nd October 2016

Saturday 29th October 2016

Saturday 26th November 2016

All the ABOVE races will be held at Prestwold Hall – full details are on the Venue page


How does our school join the league?

Simply affiliate your school to the league

Click here for the affiliation form


Can we wear spikes?

These rules have been changed. The answers to this and other frequently asked questions are
On the FAQ page


Can we run, even if our school doesn’t enter?

Please try to persuade your school to join! Some schools don’t wish to affiliate but we would like as many children to run as wish to.
The registration information for individual runners is On the FAQ page


Keeping you up to date
Our web sponsors, SystemEd, are now helping with our communications, here’s the Press release.
They’ll be contacting you to make sure we have all your correct data, then keeping you up to date.

FORTY YEARS OLD – and still going strong


Welcome to the FORTIETH season of the
Leicestershire and Rutland Primary Schools Cross Country League

Do you have any memorabilia including photographs from the first season that we could exhibit or show on this website?
If so, please let us know.




As we look forward to the 2016-17 season, it’s worth looking back at a few of the highlights of the 2015-16 season.

One Hundred Thousand and counting

100thousand (Large)

Since the league was formed, we’ve now had 100,000 finishers.
To put this into perspective, the London Marathon has only (only!) had 1,000,000 finishers.

A staggering achievement made possible by all these runners!

A visit from a European Champion

jo pavey prestwold

Four-time Olympian and 10,000 m European champion Jo Pavey came along to the final race of the season at Prestwold Hall

We organised and hosted the first National Primary Cross Country Finals

national final

If you would like to know more about the league and how your school could get involved, please fill in the form below.

 

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