Club History

MIddlesbrough AC

2022 season

In the NEYDL after a poor start, the team came Second over the series. However the Senior team was relegated.


Northern Youth Development League Division 2 South Champions Unfortunately, because of the pandemic there was no promotion to Division 1


Youth Development Lower East 1 Division Champions Youth Development Upper East 2 Division Champions Senior 3 East Division Champions


Our 40th anniversary. In November moved to our new home at Middlesbrough Sports Village.


Mandale organised the North East cross country championships at Preston Park. Mick Garrett was the instigator of the first Gisborough Moors race starting from the Rugby Club and going to Capt Cook’s Monument, Easby Moor, Roseberry Topping and High Cliff Nab. It was a resounding success and is still a


In the winter of 78-79 a new member Dave Parry was the only representative at the National cross country at Luton. But a certain Colin Walker had joined and would prove to be a very valuable member to the club. Finances were again an issue (aren’t they always) with the


Over the winter cross country season that year, Mandale in conjunction with Stockton Borough Council held its first NYSD XC fixture. Starting from the Harold Wilson centre in Thornaby and using the Bassleton woods area. The Senior men won the title for the second year in succession. Youngsters showing promise


Mick Garrett came 14 th in the annual 3 Peaks Fell race and the likes of Tom Flory, Jon Williams and Richard Puckrin along with now second claim Steve Walker enjoying considerable success in fell running. As it became apparent that Mandale would take the honours at the NYSD XC


The official vesting day of MAC was January 1 st 1975. The policy of the club was to keep the area of South Teesside within the structure of the North East and to be run from subs only. The club colours were black with gold trim and the vest could


Both Mike Starford and his coaching colleague Roy Bradley were becoming disillusioned with negative aspects of their club – Middlesbrough and Cleveland Harriers at the time. Both decided to resign. Together they brainstormed what the future could bring and decided to form a small club that would provide the individual