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Men take third place Sunday 9 August 2009

Cup Final Copthall 8 8 09

Cardiff's senior men's team contested the BAL 10 in 100 cup final at Copthall Stadium, North London, yesterday, 8th August, taking third place behind winners Channel Islands with Blackheath and Bromley second. Best points winner for Cardiff was Dave Coleman who won the discus with 51.23m and came third in the shot put with 13.88m, both personal best performances.

Women's team secure Wednesday 5 August 2009


Grangemouth stadium, Glasgow, was the venue for the third and final round of the UK Women's league series. Cardiff, needing a solid performance to safeguard the team's place in division 2, came fifth on the day and also 5th over the series. Emma Peters and Emily Brown were Cardiff's only individual winners but, with athletes covering multiple events, the team was safe.

Men's team on course Tuesday 4 August 2009

David Guest

Cardiff's British League men's team travelled to Leeds for a crucial third round match on Saturday last, 1st August. Last minute withdrawals weakened the team slightly but a good all round performance meant that the team holds on to one of the two promotion places with only one match to go. David Guest, returning from the European Junior Championships, contributed valuable points competing in four events including a leg of the 4 x 400m relay which Cardiff won.

Celtic Games Monday 3 August 2009

Celtic Games 2009

Cardiff AAC was well represented in the Celtic Games, held in Carmarthen on Saturday last, 1st August. Even if the Welsh team could manage only third place behind first placers Ireland with Scotland second and Ulster fourth, there were some good performances from Cardiff athletes. Lewis Newton was a rare Welsh winner, taking the Under 18 men's pole vault with 4.40m while Sam Cogan set another personal best of 40.46 in the Under 18 women's 300m.

Key match for BAL team Friday 31 July 2009

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Cardiff AAC’s British League adventure moves on to Leeds tomorrow, 1st August, with the Cardiff team still sitting on top of its division. After the first two matches of the four round series, Cardiff narrowly leads the division from Blackheath, Herne Hill and TVH. A good result at Leeds is essential to Cardiff's promotion ambitions but team manager James Williams has assembled a strong team for the encounter.

Junior League team is top Thursday 30 July 2009

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Cardiff's Welsh Under 15 League team rounded off this year's series to come top of the league. Newport were second with Hereford third and these clubs accompany Cardiff to the Cup Final at Brecon on 23 August.

Mike Johnson wins 5k Wednesday 29 July 2009

Mike Johnson

Cardiff's Mike Johnson won the SSAFA 5k road race held in Cardiff last Wednesday, 22 July, from team mate Chris Moss. Mike was very pleased with his winning time of 14m.45 which equalled his best time on the course and gave him an 11sec advantage over second placed Chris. Mike and Chris took an early lead in the race and ran away from the rest of the field but, as the race went on, Bristol based Mike proved the stronger on the day and thwarted Chris in his ambition to win all three races. Chris Moss had won the first two of the three race series and thus took the series title.

Rhys in team for Berlin Tuesday 28 July 2009

Rhys Williams

Cardiff's 400m hurdler Rhys Williams has been included in the Great Britain team for the IAAF World Championships taking place in Berlin from 15th to 23 August, UK Athletics has announced today. Rhys joins Swansea's David Greene in the 400m hurdles. This selection is a just reward for Rhys's determination to come back after missing two seasons through injury. He was the bronze medallist in the European Championships in Gothenburg in 2006.

Juniors struggle in the rain Monday 27 July 2009

Val Davison

On another typical athletics day in Cardiff (continual rain), Cardiff's National Junior League team, already weakened by illnesses, managed only 7th place in the fourth and final match of the year yesterday, Sunday 26 July. A number of good performances could not overcome gaps in the team; which will be competing next year in a regional division of this league.

Silver for Simon Lawson Thursday 23 July 2009

Simon Lawson

Cardiff's Simon Lawson crowned a fabulous season by taking the silver medal in the European Junior Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia earlier today. His time of 30.35.62 was outside his best but this is not significant in such an important race. The winner was Hayle Ibrahimov (Azerbaijan) and fellow Welshman Dewi Griffiths was fourth. Simon's was the first British medal in these Championships. He is also entered in the 5000m on Sunday provided he has recovered sufficiently from the 10,000m

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