- Mike Smith (Chair)
- Brian Tesdale (Vice Chair)
- Glory Wassell (Secretary)
- Roger Jones (Treasurer)
- Graham Howell (Membership)
- Marie Storkey (Coaching)
- Tony Jefferies (Officials)
- Sandra Killen (Social)
- Vic LeGrand (Coach)
- Dave Woodward (Road Running)
- Helen Hogan (Home Matches)
- Stuart Nunn (Publicity/Press)
- John Leaver
- Dennis Stanton
- Chris Fell
- Gerry Slade
- Graham Hellen
- Mens Midland League – Mike Smith
- Women Midland League – Les Green
- Boys Young Athletes League – Tony Jefferies
- Male Avon T&F League – Gerry Slade
- Female Avon T&F League – Lesley Nunn
- Gwent CC League – Graham Judd
- Avalon CC League – Dave Woodward
CLUB AWARD WINNERS
- U13 GIRLS – Zoe Hanson
- U15 GIRLS – Kate Nunn & Catherine Edwards
- U17 WOMEN – Alison Fryer
- SENIOR WOMEN – Joanne Presley
- U13 BOYS – Simon Randy
- U15 BOYS – Mark Farmer
- U17 MEN – Matt Spicer
- SENIOR MEN – Gary Slade
No 12 – April 1987
Report on AGM held at Yate Parish Hall on 6th March. Good results and press coverage. Work due to start on 8 lane all-weather track. Mens and Womens Midland League teams both gain promotion – Men 3rd consecutive year as league champions and Women 2nd year as runners-up. In the Avon league Yate finished as overall runners-up to Bristol with the Men taking the trophy from Bristol and Yate finishing runners-up in 6 other age categories. Matt Spicer and Gary Slade gained UK rankings and Gary ran against the USA in the 60m indoors sprint. Gary also gained a Long Jump PB of 7.32 in the AAA’s National U20 Championship. In the Avon Cross-Country Champs 24 Athletes won medals and 11 were selected to represent the County. The Amey Roadstone road races and Yate 5 mile and 10 mile races were held and weights and circuits sessions were continued on Monday evenings.
No 13 – June 1987
Avon track and field championship results – 11 gold, 21 silver and 4 bronze. Matt Spicer throws 63.54 in Hammer. Yate club is strong in field events. 13 road runners finished the London Marathon. Some club runners try fell running in Wales. Circuit training movrd from Yate Sports Centre to Chipping Sodbury School. Midland Counties track and field championship – silver medals won by Gary Slade, Matt Spicer, Charles Beresford and Richard Cranswick. Skittles match planned for 20th June at the Squire, Chipping Sodbury.
No 14 – October 1987
Track and field results – Senior Men win Midland Cup. Mens Midland team win the Division 5 championship (4th consecutive promotion). 36 medals won in the Avon County Championship. Gary Slade and Matt Spicer now ranked in UK top 6. Plans for Christmas Scamper, informal dinner at the Stagecoach and Annual Dinner/Dance at Stanshawes Court.
AVON TRACK & FIELD LEAGUE
Winners of the Senior Men and U13 Girls Age Groups. Runners up in four categories (Junior Ladies, Boys, Youths & Relays).
Runners up Overall.
BOYS NATIONAL YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE
Well placed, but one disastrous result let us down.
MENS MIDLAND LEAGUE (DIVISION 5)
Promoted, as Champions, for the fourth successive year.
MENS MIDLAND CUP
£300 Prize money and expenses!
WOMENS MIDLAND LEAGUE (DIVISION 5)
Promoted for the second consecutive year.
Avon County Champs
- 11 GOLD – Andy Nicholls, Gary Slade(2), Richard Cranswick, Matt Spicer, Charles Beresford, Alison Fryer, Lisa Hardwick, Kate Nunn, Rachel Langford(2)
- 21 Silver
- 4 Bronze
Midland County Champs – 4 Silvers (Gary Slade, Matt Spicer, Charles Beresford & Richard Cranswick)