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Senior men still lead - just

Monday 4 July 2016

With a team depleted by clashes with other events, Cardiff's British Athletics League team slipped to fourth place in the third round match held in Kingston on Saturday last, 2nd July, but still lead the division overall by one point.

With Brett Morse and Curtis Mathews competing in seven events between them, the team finished on a high note by winning both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays.

With one match to go, a strong team is needed for the final round to assure promotion to Division one.

Individual event winners for Cardiff were: James Griffiths (100m A); Gareth Warburton (800m A); Carl Hill (800m B); Paul Bennett (400m hurdles A); Brett Morse (Discus A); Curtis Mathews (Discus B).

The match result was:

1. Kingston & Polytechnic H (347)
2. Crawley AC (343)
3. Swansea H & AC (314.5)
4. Cardiff AAC (297)
5. Kent AC (290.5)
6. Bedford AC (210)
7. Notts AC (208)
8. Bristol & West AC (138).

The league position after three rounds is:

1. Cardiff AAC (20)
2. Swansea H & AC (19)
3. Kingston & Poly AC (19)
4. Crawley AC (14)
5. Kent AC (12)
6. Bristol & West AC (11)
7. Bedford AC (9)
8. Notts AC (4)

The official results can be seen here.