The Sweatshop Southern Athletics League is the area track and field league for clubs in the SEAA region who wish to compete in joint (male & female) teams.
The league obtained a grant from UKA in 2011 and has been sponsored by Sweatshop since 2012. They will be providing 250 numbers for every club plus vouchers for man- and woman-of the division awards for each division.
- Clubs that wish to join or to continue in the Sweatshop SAL in 2015 should complete the Application Form on the Documents page and send it to Ray Gibbins with a cheque for £50 by the end of September.
- There were some hard-fought matches in the Final Round on 2 August as teams fought for promotion or to avoid relegation. The proposed structure for each division in 2015 has been, or will shortly be, circulated by the Fixtures Secretary.
- All the round five results are now on the website, the records have been updated, and the Divisional Men and Women have been sorted out. The current League rankings can be viewed at Power of Ten SAL Rankings.
- Twenty two overall League Records have been recorded in 2014. All new overall League Record holders will receive a medal after the AGM.
- The results spreadsheets have been updated for 2014 and can be downloaded from the documents page. There is a separate results spreadsheet for each of Division 3 North and Division 3 South.
- The Sweatshop has very kindly agreed to sponsor the SAL again in 2014. The bib numbers will be posted to the first-match hosts towards the end of March.
- The 2014 fixtures for Division one, Division 2 North, Division 2 South, Division 3 North and Division 3 South are all available.
- The Sweatshop SAL welcomes Aldershot, Farnham & District; Bournemouth AC; Horsham Blue Star Harriers; Medway Park Phoenix; Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers; and Yeovil Olympiads as new members of the league for 2014.
- For 2014, the top two teams in each of Divisions 2N and 2S will be promoted and the bottom four clubs in Division 1 will be relegated. The bottom four clubs in both Division 2N and Division 2S will be relegated and the top four clubs in Divisions 3N and 3S will be promoted.