June Results Round-Up at club, regional, national and international level (18th June - 30th June)

In the latest round-up this month, there's been plenty going on for club athletes of all ages across track and field, road and mountain running at club, regional, national and international level.

Below are the Carmarthen Harriers club results from events held between June 18th and June 30th at Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthen, Spain, Newport, Worcester and Manchester.

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Ras Bryndioddef Race - Newcastle Emlyn Rugby Club (Tuesday 18th June)

At Ras Bryndioddef in Newcastle Emlyn organsied by Menter Gorllewin Sir Gar, Emily Evans-Williams and Tayla Williams took the first two spots in the primary school year 5 and 6 girls' category.



Carmarthen Harriers Throws Meeting - Carmarthen Athletics Track (Thursday 20th June)

A West Wales-based midweek Carmarthen Harriers Throws Meeting was organised by the club on Thursday evening 20th June. Held at the track in Johnstown, the hammer, shot, discus and javelin disciplines were on offer with eleven of the club's throwers getting involved.


Seren Bowen - Shot (7.04m) & Discus (15.49m)

Summer Evans - Discus (26.53m) & Javelin (34.11m)

Maisie Owen - Discus (26.12m)

Dolly Evans - Discus (35.34m)

Ffion Mabey - Hammer (32.56m) & Discus (30.87m)

Storm Evans - Discus (44.21m)

Mia Lloyd - Discus (12.78m)

Jac Sheehan - Seated Shot (7.50m) & Seated Discus (20.49m)

Gwyn James - Discus (21.63m)

Aaron Morgan - Javelin (57.10m)

Morgan Batten - Javelin (51.21m)


Under 18 WMRA International Youth Cup Mountain Race - Spain (Saturday 22nd June)

Following the trial race at the Red Kite Challenge in Devil's Bridge in April, Carmarthen duo Iwan Thomas and Finley Bruce were selected to represent Wales at the Under 18 WMRA International Youth Cup Mountain Race.

The 2024 edition took place at Montana Palencia Region in Spain which comprised of 17 countries and 29 teams from across the world.

Thomas finished in 6th position overall followed by Bruce in 22nd, helping Wales to sixth in the team standings.



Welsh Athletics 3000m & 5000m Championships / BMC 800m - Newport Stadium (Saturday 22nd June)

Seven days on from the championship season opener at Leckwith, the Welsh 3000m and 5000m championships took place on Saturday 22nd June at Newport Stadium. The event incorporated a series of British Milers Club 800m races.


Nansi Griffiths - U15G 3000m (10:11.54)

Toby Anthony - U15B 3000m (10:01.27)

Joshua Barnett - U17M 3000m (10:01.81)

Luke Owen - U17M 3000m (11:48.17)

Macsen Toogood - BMC 800m (1:59.76)

Jessica Hyland - BMC 800m

Setting a new championship best performance and champion was Griffiths by six seconds in the under 15 girls’ 3000m at Spytty Stadium. Anthony claimed a silver medal in the under 15 boys' category.



Long Course Weekend 2024 - Tenby (Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd June)

Further West in Tenby, William Harries and Sion Rowlands completed the 10K at the Long Course Weekend with 38:25 and 40:18 respectively.

Eva Williams took part in the Long Course Kinder on the opening day.


Worcester Athletics Club Open Meeting - Worcester (Tuesday 25th June)

Storm Evans, Summer Evans and Buddy Evans travelled to Worcester on Tuesday evening for the local club’s track and field open meeting.

Storm’s 44.86m throw extended the Carmarthen Harriers women’s club record in both under 20 and senior age groups. Elsewhere Summer and Buddy produced results of 28.54m and 27.56m respectively as the first under 15 girl and under 13 boy in Worcestershire.


Dyfed Secondary Schools NASUWT Cup & Plate Final - Carmarthen Athletics Track (Thursday 27th June)

A fortnight after the Dyfed Schools Athletics Championships was held over two-days in Carmarthen, the schools’ athletics season continued with the Dyfed Schools NASUWT Cup & Plate Final, also staged in Johnstown.

The four areas within the district - Brianne, Pembrokeshire, Llanelli and Ceredigion - held their qualifying fixtures in Carmarthen and Tregaron. 

A total of 31 teams from 15 schools featured on the day in the under 14 and under 16 age categories, over 13 different track and field disciplines.

Pupils from Ysgol Dyffryn Aman, Haverfordwest High, Ysgol Bro Myrddin, Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, Ysgol Penglais and Ysgol Bro Pedr will compete at the Welsh Secondary Schools National Finals, at Penlan Arena in Brecon on Wednesday 10th July.

All eight Welsh districts - Afan Nedd Tawe, Cardiff & Vale, Dyfed, Eryri, Glamorgan Valleys, North East Wales, Powys and South East Wales will be represented in this end-of-term annual fixture.



UK Athletics Championships - Sport City, Manchester (Saturday 29th June)

The final weekend of June saw the UK Athletics Championships held in Manchester. The end of Day 1 saw Angharad Davies compete in the first of three heats of the women's 1500m at SportCity, a race which featured Scottish athlete and Olympic Medallist Laura Muir.
In a close finish, Davies finished in seventh position with a time of 4:21.03.


UK Youth Development League Midland South/West A - Newport Athletics Stadium (Sunday 30th June)

Following fixtures at Aberdare and Yate in April and May, the finale of the UK Youth Development League - South/West A division was held at Newport Stadium for under 17 and under 20 athletes on Sunday 30th June (run as a double-header with the South/West premier). This year's final match is being run as a paper match instead of a promotion event.

Representing the victorious West Wales region composite team in South East Wales were:

Tygan Davies – 100m (11.65), 200m (23.60) & 400m (53.66)

Tom Bridger – 1500m (4:41.04)

Ffion Mabey - Hammer (31.55m), Shot (7.87m) & Discus (30.29m)

Storm Evans - Discus (43.93m)

Dolly Evans - Discus (34.21m)