A particular warm Welcome to the many new visitors to the website: to the young students who are embarking upon their athletic career within the County and to the many visitors from countries around the world.
The Association has a long and highly successful history. It was established in 1926 and is the sixth smallest County Association, by pupil population, affiliated to the ESAA.
The Association hosts championships and organises teams to regional and national championships in track and field, cross-country, combined events and race walking.
This website is packed with historical data, eg County Track & Field Champions and important information for the many championships hosted or attended in the current season.
The website contains over 150 pages; these can be accessed in a variety of ways:
the page currently being viewed has a red font
whilst all navigation bar tabs contain information
First level tabs (above) contain overview information
Second level tabs (right) which drop down from the first level tabs
contain more specific information
of particular note are:
AGM reports listing success from previous years
Gallery displaying championship photographs
Results listed from previous years
Third level tabs (below) which flow right of the second level tabs
contain very specific information
these are designed for touch screens
lead quickly to important pages
which are updated regularly
pages that have been updated are listed here
the pages can be accessed directly from the list
on the Home Page and particularly within the Gallery pages photo albums can be accessed via the photos
this navigation invariable leads to highly specific information far too detailed to be included in other navigation systems
For example -
event county champions
regional and national success during a particular year
I am often told that the latest results, for example, are not on the website sometime after I have posted them!
I update the website frequently; therefore to be sure you are viewing the very latest page you should perform either or both of two actions:
1. Force Refresh
A force refresh, or reload, will cause your browser to re-check to make sure it has the latest copy of the web page you are viewing. Most browsers have a refresh / reload icon visible: typically a reverse arrow.
There are also keyboard shortcuts to force refresh your browser:
Windows: Ctrl + F5
Mac/Apple: Apple + R or Cmd + R
2. Clearing Your Browser Cache
If you are experiencing repeated problems displaying web pages, clearing the browser cache is a good first step to try to resolve the issue.
Each time you access a web page, your computer stores a temporary copy of the files needed to display the web page. These temporary files are called the ‘browser cache’. If your cache is not updating properly, or if it’s stuck, you could be viewing an older version of some of the supporting files. If you clear the cache, this will force your browser to fetch all of the files for the web page again, enabling you to see the most recent version.
Instructions for clearing your browser cache will be different for each browser and version and are to be found within your browser options or settings.
I hope this is helpful.