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Kilcoy Gift – Postponed till 4th June 2022

After discussions with Con Searle the President of the Kilcoy Turf Club the gift will be postponed to Saturday 4th June “Kilcoy Cup Day”.

Modelling by the Qld Chief Health Officer team predicts Covid numbers to surge substantially in the next few weeks.

This modelling will substantially effect the success of the Australia Day event and increase risks associated for our members particularly our volunteer group.

RACING QUEENSLAND – VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS

Racing Queensland has advised that people will need to be fully vaccinated in order to attend race meetings from next month.

From December 17, 2021, race meetings conducted in Queensland will become fully vaccinated events, including patrons, employees, racing participants and volunteers, and only those who are fully vaccinated will be permitted to attend.

Venue restrictions will come into effect three hours prior to the first race at any meeting and will conclude two hours after the last.

Non-raceday activities will be determined by each individual club and subject to government requirements as apply to their venue.

Racing Queensland will continue to monitor government announcements and will provide further updates once the detailed directions are released.

At that time, Racing Queensland will be able to assist clubs upon request if any questions arise.

Queensland Athletic League Inc

Welcome to the official site of the Queensland Athletic League (QAL)!  The QAL organises professional running events across Queensland.  Races are run under a handicap system, usually over distances ranging from 70 metres to 1600 metres.
Handicap racing is designed to ensure that every athlete has a chance to win !  Runners are handicapped according to their ability which ensures that racing is close and more importantly exciting for both participants and spectators. While the big gifts offer thousands of dollars in prizemoney, there are many races where the prizemoney is a few hundred dollars.

Registration

Registration with the QAL allows the athlete to compete in both local (usually around 10 races) and Interstate events. The QAL has reciprical arrangements interstate professional bodies in VIC, SA, NSW, WA and Tasmania whereby runners need only pay the race entry fee. However to run interstate in pro running you must be a member of the QAL

Payments can be made via the Qld Athletic League Bank Acc – Bank of Qld BSB 124 053 ACC 10196537. All runners must be a member of Qld Athletics via a club or affiliated body to run in Qld or a member of an interstate Athletic League. If you live in Queensland are not a QA member it only costs $12 to get the base membership. So go online to Queensland Athletics membership and sign up

The QAL is a not for profit organisation run by a volunteer committee. Our handicapper is Darren Kynaston his email for entry forms is kynastondarren@gmail.com
Please click on for the by laws of the QAL

QAL Registration Form Now Available

The 2020/2021 QAL registration form is now available on the Forms & Members page.
Fill out the form and get your registration in.