A look at some of the recent performances by British athletes, including at BAL and UKWL meetings

BAL Premier League Match, Barnet, August 5

Birchfield easily won the league match and also won in the final standings.

Leon Reid scored a 10.62/20.81 sprint double for them.

Sudanese Sadam Koumi won the 400m in 46.13.

Martin Duff’s report and Gary Mitchell’s photographs will appear in this week’s issue of Athletics Weekly magazine.

UK Women’s League Premier Division, Copthall, August 5

Birchfield achieved a men’s and women’s double as they won the women’s league match on the day and overall.

Sarah McDonald won the women’s 800m in 2:04.01 and Beth Partridge won the high jump with 1.86m.

Martin Duff’s report and Gary Mitchell’s photographs will appear in this week’s magazine.

BAL Division 1, Basingstoke, August 6

Basingstoke and Mid Hants won the match but second-placed Thames Valley Harriers easily won the overall league to ensure they will be back in the Premiership next season.

BAL Division 2, Nottingham, August 6

Cardiff won the match by a huge 81 points and the overall league. Their winners included David Omoregie in the hurdles.

UK Women’s League Division 1, Manchester, August 7

Cardiff won the match on the day but it was third-placers Blackheath and Bromley who won the league for the season to win a place back in the Premiership.

Their winners included former British women’s 100m record-holder Montell Douglas who took the 100m in 11.74.

Bristol and West’s Lucy Bryan equalled the Division pole vault record with 4.25m.

Dave Greenwood’s photographs will appear in this week’s issue of AW.

UK Women’s League, Division 2, Manchester, August 7

Hosts Sale Harriers won the match but it was runners-up Southampton who easily triumphed in the overall league.

Herts Phoenix’s Joceline Monteiro won the 800m in a divisional record in 2:04.92.

Assembly League, Victoria Park, August 4

In this league which started 40 years ago, there were clear wins over 3.5 miles for Paul Martelletti (16:49) and Clare Elms (20:15) while Kent AC lead both men’s and women’s leagues with one fixture to go.

Ipswich 5km, August 5

Chris Thompson (14:06) and Katrina Wootton (15:51) won the event in fast times. Wootton’s time puts her top of the UK rankings.

Blackpool Air Show 10km, August 7

Andi Jones won in a time of 32:49.

Darlington 10km, August 7

Gemma Steel won the women’s race in a time of 33:47. Tadele Geremew won the men’s race narrowly in 31:26 from Abraham Tewelde’s 31:30.

Les Venmore’s report and David Hewitson’s photographs will appear in this week’s issue.

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