Southampton and Winchester & District are once again men's and women's champions after the final divisional match at Aldershot Military Stadium.
Southampton won their 13th successive match, this time by five points ahead of hosts Aldershot, Farnham & District. Aldershot's 15 point margin over third-placed Havant meant they also eased past Havant in the final divisional table on event points.
Meanwhile, in the women's match, Southampton recorded their first-ever victory, beating champions Winchester & District by eight points. The victory also saw Southampton overtake City of Portsmouth to finish second in the final divisional table.
All of the other divisions have completed their fixtures for the season and the line-up for the finals, which take place at the Julie Rose Stadium, Ashford, Kent on Sunday 4 September, is as follows. Except for Hercules Wimbledon (men), every team competed in last year's final:
|Hampshire||Southampton (third 2015)||Winchester & District (third 2015)|
|Herts & North Middlesex||Barnet & District||Stevenage & North Herts|
Cambridge Harriers (Runners-up 2015)
|Dartford Harriers (Runners-up 2015)
Blackheath & Bromley Harriers
|Mid London||Herne Hill Harriers (Champions 2015)||Herne Hill Harriers|
|South West London||Hercules Wimbledon||Epsom & Ewell H. (Champions 2015)|
About the league
Hampshire is one of seven divisions of the Southern Counties Veterans AC Track & Field League. It was known as the Hants & Surrey Division until 2016, but was renamed as all member clubs were then based in Hampshire.
The other divisions are:
- Herts & North Middlesex
- Mid London
- South West London
- Sussex (currently operating independently of League)
Each division stages a series of matches, usually on Monday evenings in April, May, June and July, at various venues within its geographic area. The men's and women's champions, plus the runners-up in the Kent Division, then compete against each other in the League Finals which take place in early September.
This site is intended for clubs and athletes competing in the Hampshire Division. It is not directly connected to the Southern Counties Veterans AC and any views expressed on it are independent of and not necessarily those of SCVAC.