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Club 50th Year Friday 19 October 2018

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Two weeks today it's Cardiff AAC 50th year. A celebrational Dinner has been organised on the 2nd November at Cardiff City Stadium from 7pm till Late. Dress is Informal Smart. A three course dinner and music take place with Tickets at £40pp, and £20 for students, and under 18's.

Cardiff AAC came about from AGM of 1968 of the two Cardiff Athletic clubs, Roath Harriers (1882) and Birchgrove Harriers (1951). Both clubs were based at Maindy Stadium, as time moved on, both clubs athletes wanted the clubs to be amalgamated, as the athletes mixed in training, and competed together in different clubs at same fixtures. 

Cardiff AAC Sunday 14 October 2018

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Extraordinary General Meeting

Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club will be held on Monday 26th November 2018.

The Extraordinary General Meeting will commence immediately following conclusion of the Annual General Meeting to consider and, if thought fit, to approve the following Special Resolution. 

Cardiff AAC AGM Friday 12 October 2018

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Cardiff AAC 49th Annual General meeting takes place on Monday 26th November 2018 starting at 7.30pm in our club room. 




1.   Welcome

2.   Apologies for absence

3.   To approve the minutes of the 2017 AGM

4.   To consider any matters arising from the 2017 minutes

5.   Chairman's report

6.   To receive the report of the general committee  

7.   To approve the financial report and accounts

8.   To announce subscription rates for the ensuring year

      (rates are decided by the General Committee)

9.   To elect members of the General Committee

10. To appoint an auditor

11. Any other business 


Cardiff AAC Road Runners Monday 8 October 2018

The main event in Cardiff the week end was the Cardiff Half Marathon race. The race included the Commonwealth Championships, and the Welsh Half Marathon Championships. The photo shows the first 3 female runners in the Welsh Championships. Gold Medal went to Cardiff's Clara Evans, in middle of photo in 74.15, 2nd Rosie Edwards Rotherham 75.25, and Jenny Nesbitt 3rd 76.14.

In the men's race Cardiff's Matt Clowes, running for England, finished 10th in 63.25 a personal best time. Matt was 33secs behind Dewi Griffiths in 9th place. Cardiff''s Jake Smith  had a great race, he finished in 14th place in 64.01. Jake Heyward was 92nd in 75.23. Jake Heyward had also ran in England's Road Relay Championships, the day before in Birmingham. He was 2nd on 1st leg in 17.12 the (5th fastest leg time). A busy weekend, though he got his Sundays long run completed.   


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