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Jonathon Bailey 23 May 2016

Big PB for Jonathon

Cardiff's Jonathon Bailey improved his high jump best by a massive 6cms when he cleared the bar at 2.09m during yesterday's Loughborough International.

A strong wind made it tricky for all competitors except the 100m sprinters so Jonathon's performance was particularly good.

Personal bests were also recorded by 400m runner Owen Smith who was timed at 46.81 for the one lap race and Sam Gordon with a legal 10.43 for the 100m. 

23 May 2016
Nia Grundy 2016

The forecast had promised early rain but sunshine later. No such luck - there was heavy rain for most of the day along with cold and wind. These were the conditions for the second round of this season's UK YDL (lower age group) at Swansea last Saturday 21st May. Luckily, the high jump and pole vault competitions could be held indoors.

After finishing third in the first round on 24th April, Cardiff took second place behind Swansea on Saturday, pushing Cardiff Archers into third spot. After two rounds, Cardiff AAC and Cardiff Archers both have 9 league points, with Archers narrowly ahead on match points.

Rhys Williams

Cardiff's Rhys Williams showed that he is returning to good form with a season's best time of 49.85 for 400m hurdles, for fifth place in the international event at the Ostrava Golden Spike meeting (Czech Republic) today, 20th May. This time takes him to the top of the latest UK rankings.

At the same meeting, David Omoregie could manage only eighth place in the 110m hurdles with 13.93.

19 May 2016

The club is looking for someone to take over as treasurer from Steve Davies.

Steve has been an excellent treasurer for the past two years but has been forced reluctantly to step down because of pressure in his day job. 

If you are interested to help the club in this way (or can suggest someone who is) please contact chairman Bernie Plain (07976 368 543) as soon as possible. You can be assured of plenty of help in what is an important role.


Club Colours

The official club clours, which should be worn whenever competing in the name of the club, are a blue competition vest (with red and white side panels) and red shorts. Black shorts may be worn if red shorts are not available.
To allow for those who have only black shorts, the club requests that, as these need to be replaced, they are replaced by red ones.
Red shorts are now in stock with Enfys Hawthorn.
Thank you.

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