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Deserved award for Debbie Thursday 10 July 2014

Sue Sayer and Debbie Bull 2014

Cardiff's Mrs Debbie Bull has been honoured by Welsh Athletics for her contribution to the sport and was presented with her Meritorious Award by Welsh Athletics' President Sue Sayer during last Saturday's Welsh Schools Championships.

Debbie became involved with Cardiff AAC when her eldest son joined as a thrower in 1997 and has held numerous posts since, as one of the club's most reliable and hard working officials.

Schools champions Wednesday 9 July 2014

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The Welsh Schools Athletics Association held its annual championships in Cardiff on Saturday last, 5th July, and Cardiff AAC members were out in force to represent their schools and collect plenty of medals.

Double winners were Sarah Omoregie (junior girls high jump and shot put), Kristian Jones (middle boys 100m and 200m) and James Vincent (junior boys 800m and high jump).

Wonderwomen Monday 7 July 2014

UK WAL July 14

Cardiff's senior women's UK Women's Athletic League team has covered itself in glory by winning the third round match at Portsmouth yesterday, Sunday 6th July.

Having come third in the first round and having won both the second and third round matches, Cardiff has now finished top of the division and is sure of promotion back to Division one next season.

Seniors find it tough Sunday 6 July 2014

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Cardiff's British Athletics League team travelled to London yesterday with a heavily depleted squad and paid the price of too many unfilled events, finishing eighth and slipping to fourth overall with one round to go this season.

The bright spots amongst the team's results included Brett Morse's revenge win over Zane Duquemin, who had pipped him for the British title the previous weekend, Brett's win in the B shot put and Ryan Leonard's win in the B javelin.

Ciaran on form Wednesday 2 July 2014

mountain rng 2014

Cardiff's Ciaran Lewis led the Welsh team home in the World Mountain Running Association's International Youth Cup, held in Trentino Italy on Sunday last, 29th June.

Ciaran was placed an excellent sixth in an international field of 47 runners and was the first British athlete home. The Welsh team finished seventh.

Juniors on the up Monday 30 June 2014

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Cardiff's UK Youth Development League team (upper age group) is on the brink of retaining its league position after a much improved fourth place at the third round match in Milton Keynes yesterday, 29th June.

Yesterday's result was the outcome of a great all round team effort with athletes willing to take on unfamiliar events for the sake of the team.

Medals for Brett & Ryan Sunday 29 June 2014

On the third and final day of the British championships in  Birmingham today, Cardiff's Brett Morse (silver) and Ryan Spencer-Jones (bronze) both secured medals.

Although ranked number one in Great Britain, Brett had to concede first place in the discus to 22 year old Zane Duquemin. Brett's best throw of 60.26m was a mere 12cms behind Zane's winning 60.38m.

Zane had earlier taken the silver medal in the shot put with 18.00m, pushing Ryan into third spot. Ryan's best put was 17.23m.

Schools medals Sunday 29 June 2014

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Welsh Schools held their combined events championships in Newport yesterday, 28th June, and Cardiff athletes reached the medal podium in most of the age categories.

Talented Harry Hillman, winner of his age group for the past two years, stepped up to the under 17 boys' category and won again. His score of 3002 for the five events included a personal best 100m hurdles of 13.49.

Defending champion in the under 20 men's age group, Matthew Collins had to be content with the silver medal this year.

Bronze medal for Ieuan Saturday 28 June 2014

Ieuan Thomas 2014

Cardiff's Ieuan Thomas won the bronze medal in the 3000m steeplechase at today's British championships and European trials in Birmingham. in the same race, Jonathan Hopkins, in only his fourth race in this event, finished a creditable sixth.

Elsewhere, Cardiff athletes found the competition hard, with Rhys Williams managing only fourth in the 400m hurdles and Gareth Warburton and Joe Thomas both missing out on a place in the 800m final.

Dewi Hammond, however, made it safely through to the semi finals of the 100m tomorrow, when Brett Morse and Ryan Spencer-Jones will be competing in the discus and shot put respectively.

Holding their own Tuesday 24 June 2014

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Cardiff's National Youth Development League (lower age group) team was involved in an extremely close third round competition at Solihull on Sunday last 22nd June. With only 7.5 points covering second to fourth places, Cardiff finished fourth with 497 behind Birchfield (504.5) and Rugby & Northants (499).

With one round left, Cardiff is lying in overall third place with equal league points with Birchfield but having scored more match points.

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