Athletics Southland AGM

Thursday 27th October 7.00pm, St Pauls Clubrooms


 Athletics in Southland belongs to the people involved – the athletes, the parents of athletes and the officials. These are the people who say what the sport should be doing and how. In other words, you. The AGM is where you have the opportunity to have your say, and just as importantly, elect the people you want to be your representative in the running of the sport – their responsibility is to serve the sport, so be at the AGM and help decide who those people should be and have a say on the direction our sport should be going

Remits: Agenda

Welcome by President.


Minutes of the Previous Meeting

Reports -

  • President
  • Track and Field
  • Development Programme
  • Harriers
  • Masters
  • Sports Manager
  • Children’s
  • Development Officer
  • Financial

Election of Officers:

  • Patron
  • President
  • Vice President
  • Board of Directors
  • Officials Co-Coordinator
  • Auditor
  • Treasurer
  • Development Squad Directors (3)

Nominations for the election of officers  to be sent to the Athletics Southland Secretary at P.O. Box 115, Invercargill or by email to . Nominations will also be taken from the floor.


Brian McEwan Trophy for Official of the Year

Sprinter of the Year

Jumps Athlete of the Year

Throws Athlete of the Year

Distance Athlete of the Year

Southland Athlete of the Year

General Business


Remits to be sent Athletics Southland Secretary at P.O. Box 115, Invercargill or by email to .    

Athletics Southland Structure

The board oversees the sport and is responsible for financial management, policy and direction. The big picture, so to speak.  

The Sub Committees of Track and Field (both junior and senior), Harriers and Masters look after the day to day running and specific direction of their sides of the sport. Development squad directors are appointed by the board and are responsible for policy, decisions and activities related to the squad.

Please make a point of being at the AGM and put forward your thoughts on athletics in Southland