Tees Valley Sport bring you the County Finals from the Middlesbrough Sports Village, Middlesbrough.
These Games will consist of Athletics, Cycling, Tennis, Rounders, Volleyball, Quadkids, Change 4 Life, Badminton and Try-it sports for Girls.
The day will start with welcoming and registration followed by an inspirational opening ceremony.
9.00 Arrive and registration
10.00 Opening Ceremony
10.30 Competition Time & Medal Ceremonies
All of the sports formats, contact details, codes of conducts can be found in the event handbook below.
School Games Summer Sports Handbook
Event Welfare Plan
Sports Village RA
R.A 146 Cycle Circuit
RA1.3 Athletics Track
RA1 7 Car Park and Pedestrian Routes
RA1.44 Spectator Galleries
RA1.22 Outdoor Areas
RA2.104 Grassed Area
Tennis World RA
Indoor Tennis Courts
Middlesbrough Sports Village and Tennis World
Alan Peacock Way
Zone 1 – Athletics Track and Stands Opening Ceremony, Registration, Athletics, personal challenge activities.
Zone 2 – Sports Hall & Centre Café, Toilets, VIP area, Head teachers Workshop, Panathlon Challenge.
Zone 3 – 6 aside & 5 aside 3G pitches Try it Sports Carousel
Zone 4 – Cycle Track Cycling competition, personal challenge activities.
Zone 5 – 11 aside 3G pitches Active Schools Zone, St Johns Ambulance Activity
Zone 6 – Grass Field Area Volleyball, Rounders, Quadkids Athletics, Personal Challenge activities.
Zone 7 – Tennis World Tennis Centre Tennis, Badminton, Personal Challenge Activities.
Zone 8 – Overflow Car Park Additional Toilets, over flow car park.
Zone 9 – Main Car Park Car parking, Bus and coach parking closest to roundabout, Disabled parking in front of centre.
There is plenty of parking available on site at the Sports Village. Unfortunately there is no parking available at Tennis World please use the Sports Village car parks only.
Coaches and buses should use the area marked on the map in the handbook. There is an overflow car park marked also.
Both venues remain open to the public so please be mindful when parking.
We do not provide refreshments for spectators or participants at this event. However, there are cafes on each site which are open to the public.
There should be no food or drink brought into the Tennis Courts at Tennis World.