CIACS

AcronymDefinition
CIACSCuerpos Ilegales y Aparatos Clandestinos de Seguridad (Spanish: Illegal Groups and Clandestine Security; Guatemala)
CIACSCentro Internazionale Arte Cultura Societa (Italian: International Center for Art, Culture and Society; Parma, Italy)
CIACSCardiff Integrated Antenatal Care Scheme
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CIACS stalwart Kenny Khan passed away in April, and a Past v Present match will be staged in his memory at the Marl in Cardiff on Saturday, August 19.
Before the Navy's Command Individual Augmentee Coordinator (CIAC) program was implemented, USS Enterprise (CVN 65) created its own program to better support its individual augmentee (IA) Sailors and their families before, during and after their deployments.
Club secretary Patrick Cachia was full of praise for both clubs; praising the effort and 'fight' of CIACS and the performance of Llanrumney.
But while some clubs, who folded like the CIACS last season have been omitted from the WRU fixture list published this week, the Internationals are back in business.
"We train Tuesday's at the Marl in Grangetown then Thursday night at the Arms Park and I'll let you guess which session we have more turning up for," joked Aled Edwards, club official at the CIACs.
The Old Boys also enlisted the aid of CIACS scrum-half Jack Davies, but they could not prevent Penarth tries by ScottMackie (2), GaryPower, Rhys Blake, Rhodri Davies and Scott O'Brien and one conversion from Chris Poole.
In 1991, the club, led by Peckham, took the Welsh Brewers Cup, beating the CIACS 13-3 and not conceding a try through the whole of the competion.
During his National Service in the RAF, Mr Ernest was a member of the Regimental Boxing Team and found time to become an establishing member of the Cardiff International Athletic Club (CIAC).
"I played my first senior game at the age of 16 for Tongwynlais against the CIACS," said Priday, who will be 77 next Saturday and who spent 17 years as Cardiff RFC secretary plus two more as chairman and is now a vice-president of the club.
Thus it was that the CIAC - Cardiff International Athletic Club - was formed, though most Cardiffians known them by the nickname of 'Kayaks'.
The Cardiff International Athletic Club (better known as the CIACs) is currently in its 62nd year and are going stronger than ever.