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Matt Clowes 2017 21 May 2017

PBs at 10,000m

At last night's Highgate Harriers Night of 10,000m, Matt Clowes, Charlotte Arter, Dan Nash and Clara Evans all set personal bests and Lucy Marland came close.

Matt was 14th in the premier men's race in a time of 29:18.38 while Charlotte was 6th in the equivalent ladies' race with 32:51.72, putting her at 10th on the UK rankings.

Dan's time of 30:33.03 and Clara's 36:30.35 were both personal bests and Lucy was timed at 37:53.72.

21 May 2017
Iwan Smith 2017

On a cold, windy and occasionally rainy day, Cardiff's UK Youth Development League (lower age group) team returned to Yate yesterday for the second round match of this year's series.

After just coming third in the first match, a depleted team slipped to fourth and will need a much improved performance next time to avoid missing out on a place in the regional final (only the first three qualify), to be held in Cardiff on 15th July.

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