Welcome to Ilford AC  

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We are an inclusive friendly club catering for runners and athletes of all standards and abilities across all disciplines, Track and Field, Road and Cross Country and Racewalking. We also have a “Harriers” section that is suitable for beginners.

We train at Cricklefields Stadium on Tuesdays and Thursday nights from 6.30pm onwards and at Chigwell Row on the weekend.

Please visit our “About us” Page and our “How to Join” Page for further information.






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  Ilford AC Press Report 23rd May 2017  

May 232017
 
Ilford AC Press Report 23rd May 2017

*PRESS REPORT 23rd MAY 2017* *Dagenham 5 Miles (Elvis Series)Wednesday 17th May 2017* The 2017 Elvis series (East London fiVes Interclub series) got off to a good start at Eastbrook End Country Park on Wednesday Evening when Dagenham 88 hosted the first of this years 7 summer races with their 5 mile event. 27 Ilford AC runners lined up at the start, including 5 members having their first ever race for the club Heavy rain had settled in for the evening and on a course full of twists and turns on grass and trail paths, the rain ensured there was plenty of mud and slippery slopes to contend with. Nevertheless the Ilford AC squad put in a very good performance …Read More

  Ilford A.C Press Report Part 2. SCVAC Monday 15th May  

May 162017
 

Completing a busy week for Ilford A.C, please find below details of the SCVAC (Southern Counties Veterans Athletic Club) league match from Monday 15th May *PRESS REPORT No 2. TUESDAY 16th MAY 2017* *​* *SCVAC LEAGUE.* *Lee Valley.Monday 8th May 2017​* On a bitterly cold evening on 8th May the Vets team put in a fantastic performance to finish a magnificent second ​ of ten teams​. The match was delayed due to transport problems but the team was still not able to fill the second walker spot for the first event. Stuart Bennett came away with a win in the M35 2000m walk in 11.28.5. With the team not having any athletes in the aged 35-49, the group pulled together …Read More

  Ilford AC Press Report. Monday 15th May 2017  

May 152017
 
Ilford AC Press Report. Monday 15th May 2017

*ILFORD AC PRESS REPORT 15th MAY 2017* *Veterans AC 5 Mile Road Race and Walk. Battersea Park Tuesday 9th May* On Tuesday evening Ilford athlete Steve Philcox was a comfortable winner of the Vets AC Road race at Battersea Park in a time of 28.40, his fastest 5 mile time for 2 years. In the 5 mile race walk event Ilford ac member Mark Culshaw, finished 2nd in a time of 48.02, just losing his race by 1 second. *Essex Track Championships. Chelmsford Saturday 13th May and Sunday 14th May* *Aaron Samuels smashes 2 Ilford AC Club Records* Aaron Samuels was Ilford’s star performer at the Essex Track championship at Chelmsford over the weekend. The Under 15’s 1500m was a …Read More

  Ilford A.C Press Report. Tuesday 9th May 2017  

May 092017
 
Ilford A.C Press Report. Tuesday 9th May 2017

*ILFORD A.C PRESS REPORT. TUESDAY 9th May 2017* *Tuesday 2nd May* *Woodford Green Open Track meeting * In the 3000m at the Woodford Green Open Track Meeting last week, Sam Rahman of Ilford ran his usual steady race to come home 5th in 10 mins 05.89 secs on a chilly breezy evening. *Wednesday 3rd May* *WATFORD OPEN MEET* On a cold and windy evening Ilford athlete Ahmed Abdulle run his first 3000m of the season. Although he has been off form of late AHMED put in a excellent performance finishing in 4th place, where the first 8 home were within 4 seconds of one another. He was rewarded with a Pb of 8-43-87 which currently puts him 18th in the …Read More

  Ilford AC Press Report. May Day Weekend 2017  

May 022017
 
Ilford AC Press Report. May Day Weekend 2017

*ILFORD AC PRESS REPORT. MAY DAY WEEKEND 2017* *Serpentine 5k* * Friday 28th April 2017 *John Batchelor completed the Serpentine 5K in 163rd place out of 275 runners of all ages and sexes, in a time of 22:15, half a minute slower than his M75 course record. *Hackney Half Marathon* *Sunday 30th April 2017* On a warm Sunday Morning 2 Ilford Athletes were among the 10,000 runners that ran this popular Half Marathon. The ‘Hackney Half’ takes place on the usually busy streets of Hackney, takes in part of the Olympic Park and past the London Stadium. Instead of cars though, the roads were busy with runners and enthusiastic locals with motivating banners and jelly beans. Club Captain Billy Green …Read More