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Wayne Pivac Insists Scarlets Surge Shows They Will Stay At Top Table

Wayne Pivac believes his Scarlets side are already proving that winning the Guinness Pro title 12 last season was not a one-off. The defending champions were ruthless in disposing of Glasgow last week and they will pose a real threat to Leinster's hopes of clinching an historic double at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday evening after the Irish province triumphed again in Europe a fortnight ago. The Scarlets' last visit to Dublin didn't quite go according to plan, however, as they were hammered by Leinster in the Champions Cup semi-final last month.

South Wales To Host Opening Stage Of Tour Of Britain

The 2018 OVO Energy Tour of Britain will begin in South Wales for the first time as some of the world's top cyclists race from Carmarthenshire to Newport on the opening stage of Britain’s national Tour on Sunday 2 September. The tour is British Cycling’s premier road cycling event, giving fans the opportunity to see some of the biggest names in the sport competing on their door step and free of charge.

It's Cornish Cream Again For Warnock's Bluebirds

Pals Joel And Peter Clash In Welsh PSA Final

James Davies Says Leinster Job Is Tougher Than Playing For Wales

James Davies believes playing against the Leinster back row in the Guinness Pro 14 final will be even tougher than facing the Springboks or Pumas on Wales’ summer tour. The Scarlets’ fetcher was himself turned over by Leinster when the two teams met in the semi-final of the Champions Cup at the same Aviva Stadium at which they will clash in Saturday’s final.  Dan Leavy took the plaudits and Davies and co. were left licking their wounds. “It is basically going to be like playing against the Irish back row this weekend - and they won the Grand Slam this year and are ranked at number two in the world,” said Davies.

Catherine Remembered On Emotional Dragons' Night

Davies Escapes Injury After Hitting Wet Patch

Chaz Davies escaped injury after a crash in World Superbikes practice left him limping away from the Donington Park track. The Knighton-born rider went down at Redgate in the third practice session after his Ducati Panigale bike snapped out of control on a wet patch.

Griffiths Ready To Return Faster Than Ever

Distance runners beware . . . Dewi Griffiths is on his way back and he’s aiming to be faster and stronger than ever. The Carmarthenshire athlete was in the form of his life in 2017 and looked set to star for Wales at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April.

Trefelin Delight In Dramatic League Cup Final Success

Trundle Has Foot In Both Camps At Cup Final

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Davies Escapes Injury After Hitting Wet Patch

Griffiths Ready To Return Faster Than Ever

Trefelin Delight In Dramatic League Cup Final Success

Trundle Has Foot In Both Camps At Cup Final

Julie's Passion For Wales Is Celtic Dragons' Plus

Ken Owens Says There Are No Dublin Scars, Only Determination To Put Things Right

Phil Bennett: This Scarlets Team Can Join The Greats

Heartbroken Trefelin Plotting League Cup Final Upset

Dame Laura Mixes It With Woosie In Seniors Showdown

Colin Ingram Tells Winless Glamorgan They Need To Up Their Game. . . Or Face Exit

Welsh Triathlon Ace Stanford Backs Clean Sport Week

Ben Tozer Quits Newport County For League Two Rivals

It's Blaenrhondda AFC At The Double In Alliance

Davies Out To Break Donington Duck

Blue Bulls Eager To Get Campaign Underway Against Cougars

Shaun Edwards' Future Is Up To Him, Says Rob Howley

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Wayne Pivac Insists Scarlets Surge Shows They Will Stay At Top Table

James Davies Says Leinster Job Is Tougher Than Playing For Wales

Ken Owens Says There Are No Dublin Scars, Only Determination To Put Things Right

Phil Bennett: This Scarlets Team Can Join The Greats

Shaun Edwards' Future Is Up To Him, Says Rob Howley

Why It's Time To Get Drastic About The Plastic . . . Following Shameful Glasgow Response

Angry Johnny McNicholl Seethes Over Scarlets Sores . . . As Trend Emerges

Allen Clarke - We Let Down Ospreys Fans And We Need To Rebuild

Ospreys Warned To Expect Early Ulster Onslaught As Europe Beckons

Brad Davies has warned his Ospreys players they must withstand an Ulster onslaught in their Guinness Pro 14 play-off for... Read More

Bridgend Athletic Bid To Defend Title Against Pontypridd

Bridgend Athletic are looking to hold onto their Principality National Youth League title this weekend (Saturday) as they take on Pontypridd... Read More

Rob Evans Says Scarlets Are Set On Dublin Mission After Euro Failure

Rob Evans says the Scarlets are driven by a thirst for revenge as they prepare to head back to Dublin... Read More

Time For The Scarlets To Move From A Good Team To A Great One

It won’t be long before we find out if the Scarlets’ success last year in bringing home some silverware was... Read More

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It's Cornish Cream Again For Warnock's Bluebirds

Trefelin Delight In Dramatic League Cup Final Success

Trundle Has Foot In Both Camps At Cup Final

Heartbroken Trefelin Plotting League Cup Final Upset

Ben Tozer Quits Newport County For League Two Rivals

It's Blaenrhondda AFC At The Double In Alliance

Time for Ruscoe To Make His Mark At TNS

Connell Rawlinson joins Port Vale As Nine Players Depart The New Saints

Craig's The Man To Lead Bangor City Fightback

Craig Harrison, the manager who helped make The New Saints dominant in Welsh Premier League football, has taken charge at... Read More

Andy, David And The Reds Deliver Llanelli Dream

Llanelli Town and Caernarfon Town. are back in the top flight. They have earned promotion to the JD Welsh Premier... Read More

Graham Potter Plays It Cool Over Swans Job

Graham Potter has tried to dampen speculation that he is about to be named as Swansea City’s manager. The current... Read More

Defensive Duo Arrive As Llandudno Plan Summer Rebuild

Llandudno manager Iwan Williams has made the first of his summer signings with the arrival of defenders Kai Edwards and... Read More

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Extra League Fixtures For All Elite Teams In 2018-19

Bring On Canadians And America Say Britain

Cardiff Devils Reveal Crucial New Signing For 2018-19

Manchester Retire Number 22 Jersey To Honour Victims

Lord, Ex-Teammate And New Pal Meet in Europe

Swedes, Swiss, Austrians For Devils In CHL Draw

Lord's Champions League View: 'Bring On Swedes'

Slovakian Ice Aces Ready For Cardiff Bay Challenge

Man Of Match Sam Fires Title Winner For Devils

Cardiff Junior Devils are under-18 ice hockey champions - and now they are going for promotion. Devils defeated Peterborough 2-1 to... Read More

Bluebirds, Devils Can Mix It With Best in Britain

Cardiff Devils are the best team in Britain. Now Cardiff City are intent on promotion to football’s elite group of... Read More

Lord's Men Sign Pope In New Elite Recruitment Drive

Canadian power forward Matt Pope has committed to Cardiff Devils for a second season. It was thought Pope would return to... Read More

Matthew's GB Moment 'The Best Of My Career'

Welshman Matthew Myers says Great Britain’s gold medal success in Budapest is the ‘best moment of my career.’ GB won their... Read More

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