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Annual Presentation Evening Thursday 25 August 2011

Presentation Evening 2010

The club's 2011 annual presentation evening and disco will be held on Sunday 11th September from 6.30 to 10.00pm. This annual event is a marvellous opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the past season both for the teams and the individuals who have performed well.

Win for Andrew Wednesday 24 August 2011

Andrew Hunt

Cardiff's Andrew Hunt (a former winner of the Nos Galan 5k race) returned to form with a win at the Race the Train Event in Tywyn on Saturday last, 20th August. The 14 mile endurance race is held in the Snowdonia National Park each year. The Cardiff stalwart had missed several seasons due to long term injury but has overcome Achilles problems to take the title at the North Wales event following a strong second place finish at the Brecon 10 earlier this month.

More medals Tuesday 23 August 2011

Elliot Slade

Ten Cardiff athletes travelled to Bedford to take part in the England Athletics under 17 and under 15 championships last weekend, 20-21 August, and returned with three medals between them. Matthew Field took the bronze medals in both the under 17 shot put and discus whilst Elliot Slade (pictured) also took bronze in the 800m. Tom Trottman narrowly missed a medal in the under 15 high jump, taking fourth place with a personal best clearance of 1.76m.

Cardiff fourth in Cup Final Monday 22 August 2011

Harry Hillman

The annual Welsh under 15 cup final was held in Brecon yesterday,21 August and Cardiff ended the day in fourth place behind Pembroke (third) and Carmarthen, who were just pipped to the title by Swansea. Cardiff fielded a depleted team and winners were scarce although Harry Hillman (pictured) won both the 100m A and 75m Hurdles A as well as coming third in the high jump in the under 13 age group.

Field day for Cardiff throwers Tuesday 16 August 2011

Matthew Field

Cardiff's Matthew Field (pictured), Ryan Leonard and Matteo Holmes picked up four medals between them when representing Wales at the Celtic Games in Antrim, Northern Ireland on Saturday last, 13th August. In addition, Elliot Slade won his speciality 800m. Pride of place goes to Matthew Field who won both the Under 18 Discus and Shot Put, his performance in the latter (17.42m) breaking his own recently set Welsh age group record and putting him in the top spot in the UK under 17 rankings.

Three medals for Lewis Saturday 13 August 2011

Lewis Akrill

Cardiff athlete Lewis Akrill (17) who is coached by Peter Lane has just returned from the World Kidney Transplant Games in Gothenburg with two golds and a silver medal. Lewis (pictured being congratulated by the Mayor of Caerphilly, Cllr Vera Jenkins) won the 100m and the ball throwing competition and came second in the Long Jump. Lewis received his new kidney seven years ago from his mother Tracy and was determined that this setback would not stop his sporting ambitions. He has already competed in six British transplant games and won four gold medals (100m, 200m, long jump and ball throw) at last year's event.

Joe goes to China Thursday 11 August 2011

Joe Thomas

Cardiff's international 800m runner Joe Thomas travels to Shenzhen, China as part of the British team competing in the World University Games. Selection for this event will go some way towards compensating Joe for missing out on a place at the World Championships in Daegu. Round one of the 800m takes place on Friday, 19th August, with the semi final the following day and the final on the 21st.

Christian to captain GB team Tuesday 9 August 2011

Malcolm and Lemaitre in Barcelona

Cardiff's Christian Malcolm has been handed the captaincy of the Great Britain team to take part in the IAAF World Championships in Daegu later this month. For Christian (pictured taking the silver medal in last year's European Championships), who will also contest his specialist 200m and the sprint relay, this is a well deserved honour after many years of distinguished service in the British team.

Lianne wins Monday 8 August 2011

Emma Peters

Lianne Clarke saved Cardiff's blushes by winning the A Javelin competition in the final UK Women's League match of the season, held at the Lee Valley Athletic Centre on Saturday last, 6th August. Club captain Emma Peters (pictured) loyally supported her team and took 3rd place in the 400m hurdles A race before rushing off to catch a plane to Dublin to compete in the Irish championships the next day and where she took the bronze medal in a personal best time of 59.67sec.

Welsh vests for club athletes Saturday 6 August 2011

 Dave Hawthorn

Ten Cardiff AAC athletes are included in the Welsh Under 18 and Under 16 team to take part in the 2011 Celtic Games in Antrim, Northern Ireland, on 13th August. The under 18 squad includes seven and the under 16 three athletes. And, in addition, the Team Leader is Cardiff coach Dave Hawthorn (pictured).

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