WREXHAM AAC's Amy Odunaiya joined Olympic Games stars in competing at the Diamond League meeting in Birmingham.

Fellow sprinters Dina Asher-Smith and Yohan Blake were in action at the event.

Amy, who ran the second leg, was a member of the Wales team that finished fifth in the 4x100m relay in a time of 44.85 seconds.

Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with Asher-Smith running the third leg, won in a world leading time this year of 42.29.

Amy again represented Wales at the Loughborough international, where she was fifth in the 400m (54.75) and fourth with the 4x400m team (3-42.65).

Also representing Wales at the event, Thomas Walley cleared five metres for fourth position in the pole vault.

At the Trafford AC Grand Prix in Stretford, Oliver Edwards rounded the 400-metres in 53.55 for second spot.

Two members competed in Râs y Gader, an iconic race that climbs 3,000 feet up to the summit of Cadair Idris in Dolgellau and is well supported by the locals, who line the town's streets to cheer in the finishers.

Joel Gomes was sixth in 1-31.55, with Charles Ashley crossing the line in 2-56.15 for 206th spot.

Meanwhile, competing in the Greater Manchester 10k was Simon Williams, who clocked 55.29.

Club members enjoyed a quartet of parkruns.

At Durham, Sophie Paxton finished 77th in 21.57, with Macsen Walker 50th (27.17) at the Canons Park event, in Harrow.

A personal best of 16.48 saw Daniel Weston triumphing at the Erddig parkrun.

Alan Williams was 18th in 24.33, followed by Amanda Neal (117th in 35.41), Tony Vesty (118th in 35.52), John Tipping (148th in 46.48) and Peter Norman (149th in 46.49).

There was a sixth-placed finish for Mike Robbins (22.39) at the Wepre parkrun.