Welsh Schools

The Welsh Schools Athletics Association provides competition opportunities for secondary school pupils across Wales at both Cross Country and Track & Field. Schools are a central part of Welsh Athletics' commitment to bring athletics to all. Opportunities exist for both teaching staff and pupils starting out on their journey through the king of sports. At Secondary School level, both teachers and pupils have the opportunity to develop in the sport of athletics - be it through key initiatives, competitions or formal educational courses.

Welsh Schools are organised into 8 Districts with a number of Local Authorities in each district as laid out below:

WSAA DistrictWelsh Local AuthoritiesContact emails 
EryriConwy, Gwynedd, Anglesey

eryrischools@ws-aa.org

North East WalesDenbigh, Flint, Wrexham

neschools@ws-aa.org

PowysPowys

powysschools@ws-aa.org

DyfedCarmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire

dyfedschools@ws-aa.org

Afan Nedd TaweNeath & Port Talbot, Swansea

antschools@ws-aa.org

Glamorgan ValleysBridgend, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf

gvschools@ws-aa.org

Cardiff & the ValeCardiff, Vale of Glamorgan

cvschools@ws-aa.org

South East WalesBlaenau Gwent, Monmouthshire, Newport, Torfaen.

seschools@ws-aa.org

Competition Structure (both Track & Field and Cross Country)

Level 4 - Welsh team competing at International level

Level 3 - District Teams at National Championships

Level 2 - Local Authority teams competing at District Championships

Level 1 - Schools teams in Local Authority Championships

Current schools competitions

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