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Brett Morse 2014 18 June 2019

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Match 2 took place in London, unfortunately Andrew Seary TM was not available. Helen James and Bernie Plain helped to managed team on day. Another weak team peformance on top of Match 1, has left team in a difficult position. In analysing team results, track points scored 125pts and Field points scored 80pts. Results show top 10 best match performances. Brett Morse was 5th iwith Discus throw of 59.02m. Team points were lost having no 'B' strings in 5 events. The team picked up good points in 800m 'A' Joe Reid 1st and 'B' David Lock 4th. 1500m 'A' Rowan Axe 1st and 'B' Kyran Roberts 3rd. In 100m 'A' Jeremiah Azu 4th and Makoye Kampengele 'B' 3rd. Field events best points were in Javelin with 'A' Richard Dangerfield 3rd and Arron Thomas 'B' 4th. Discus 'A' Brett Morse 2nd and 'B' Matthew Curtis 5th. Matthew Curtis competed in 4 events to earn points for team. To all athletes who competed for club team, thank you. Team scores are below. Individual team members peformances, are on Pof 10, use Links in left column.     

18 June 2019

The athletic fraternity in Wales will be sad to learn of the death after a short illness, of former Welsh Commonwealth Games Coach Tony Clemo earlier today Tuesday June 18th aged 78.

Tony (a Roath Harrier) was a highly competent 800m runner, with a pb of 1.54 gaining serveral Welsh vests.

He was a regular attendee at the Welsh Hall of Fame dinners, including the last such celebration, last autumn.

Tony was known in the wider community as a former owner and chairman of Cardiff City AFC 1989 - 1992. 

Nigel Walker

Yesterday, Welsh Athletics under their News column they omitted to include two former members of our club.

Nigel Walker 0BE. Nigel was honoured for his service to Elite Sport. Nigel born in Cardiff 15th June 1963. Nigel was a member of our club for many years, and team captain of our BAL team. Nigel had a great athletic career, he started in Llanrumney HS. He combined Rugby in winter & Athletics in summer. Nigels main events was 110mH & 60mH, and Sprinting. A regular in GB international teams appearing in Los Angeles Olympic Games 1984 SF 110mH. European Indoor Championships in Greece 1985 5th 60mH. European Championships 1986 West Germany 110mH 4th 13.52. 1987 his peak year winning Bronze medal in 60H at the 1987 European Indoor Championships in France 60mH 7.65. World Indoor Championships Indianapolis USA with Bronze medal in 60mH 7.66. Nigel continued at international level up to 1992. Nigel then returned to rugby, Cardiff RFC first then went on to gaining 17 International caps for Wales, where his sprinting ability helped him to score trys. Nigel worked first in Welsh Office, then moved into UK Sport Bodies, now he is National Director at the English Institute of Sport.    


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