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Costelow's Stunning Try A Throwback To Golden Era For U18s

Wales beat England 26-20, and by the convincing margin of four tries to two, in their latest outing in the Aon Under 18 International Festival in South Africa. If it was a tactically mature performance, the lopsided penalty count probably made life far harder than it might have been for Chris Horsman’s talented young side. In the end Wales conceded 12 penalties to England’s three and suffered as a result in the middle third of the game.

WRGB Raising More Funds For Great Causes In North Wales

Mark Williams Is Heading Back To The Top . . . Two Decades On

Mark Williams believes he is as good now as he’s ever been as he climbs back towards the number one spot in the world. The Welshman moved to the No.2 spot in the snooker rankings – behind only Mark Selby – after winning the World Open in China last Sunday where he beat David Gilbert, 10-9 in a thrilling final. Following on the back of his incredible comeback world title victory earlier this year, the 43-year-old from Cwm has leapfrogged Ronnie O’Sullivan and could regain top spot later this year – 19 years after he first arrived as the leading player on the planet.

Fleetwood Returns To Penydarren Park In 'Marine Team

Phil Davies Says His African Adventure Will Not Lead Him Home

Phil Davies is preparing for a vital Test match this week as Namibia face Kenya. There will be a shake-up on the coaching front at his old region, the Scarlets, this season, but as he tells Dai Sport, he’s not checking his phone. Phil Davies believes he is a better rugby coach now than at any time in his life as he prepares to take Namibia to another World Cup. Like Mike Ruddock – a serial winner in Irish rugby, who collected an incredible four trophies last season – Davies is a prophet more honoured these days outside of Wales than within.

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Evans Aims For Strong WRC Result In Germany

There is no doubting his exceptional speed and ability, but Elfyn Evans knows that he needs to pull a good result out of the bag on this weekend’s Rally Germany. The 29-year old recorded his maiden World Rally Championship stage win in Germany in 2014 and went on to finish fourth overall, so history suggests that a rewarding weekend could be on the horizon. But with only one WRC podium finish to shout about so far in 2018, Evans is currently eighth in the drivers’ standings. It’s not where he wants to be, and whilst throwing caution to the wind is never a good idea in rallying, an immediate change of fortune would be extremely timely.

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Harriers Have A Field Day As They Retain Welsh Title

Swansea Harriers retained their Welsh Athletics League title as they won the final league fixture of the season at Newport. The reigning champions were clear winners at a cold and soggy Spytty Stadium, claiming the win with 931 points on the day from Cardiff AAC who finished second with 721.

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Harriers Have A Field Day As They Retain Welsh Title

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Bluebirds Coaches Bellamy And Harvey On Academy

Shane Williams, Martyn Williams And Eddie Bulter Lead Beeb Exodus To Premier Sports

Erwin The Unready Believes His Time At Swansea City Has Finally Arrived

Rowlands Wins By One Second On Trawsfynydd Ranges

Robert Croft Backs Glamorgan To Make T20 Last Eight Despite End Of Winning Streak

Melissa Courtney Smashes Welsh Record In First Big 5,000m Test

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Fighter Caryl Jones Toughs It Out For GB in Berlin

Devils' Toms Starts Ice Hockey Season In Top Form

Graham Potter Insists Unhappy Swans Had To Be Got Rid Of

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Costelow's Stunning Try A Throwback To Golden Era For U18s

Phil Davies Says His African Adventure Will Not Lead Him Home

Shane Williams, Martyn Williams And Eddie Bulter Lead Beeb Exodus To Premier Sports

No Early Release For Shaun Edwards Before He Returns To Wigan

That Difficult Second Tier: What To Do With Welsh Rugby's Premiership

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Welsh Rugby Fixture List Planning Leaves All The Loose Ends Still Untied

Most of Welsh rugby’s 2018-19 fixture list is out and dates in the diary have been ringed. What hasn’t happened,... Read More

Merthyr Handed Capital Trip As Premiership Prepares To Shrink

Merthyr will have more silverware in mind when they launch the defence of their Principality Premiership crown with a trip... Read More

Tavis Knoyle . . . Businessman, Scrum-Half, Survivor, Dad

As he slept in a caravan to scare off burglars from his new business venture, Welsh international Tavis Knoyle was... Read More

It's Almost As If The Pro14 Fixtures Have Been Arranged To Help Make The Dragons Competitive

The Guinness Pro 14 fixtures are out and it’s a time for new hopes and dreams. Robin Davey says for... Read More

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Fleetwood Returns To Penydarren Park In 'Marine Team

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Tom Heaton Faces Bluebirds In Development Clash

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Erwin The Unready Believes His Time At Swansea City Has Finally Arrived

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Graham Potter Insists Unhappy Swans Had To Be Got Rid Of

Warnock's Bluebirds' Academy Revolution Takes Off

Bobby And Josh Show Bluebirds' Quality In Premier

Bobby Reid and Josh Murphy have given notice they have the quality to make an impact at Premier League level. The... Read More

Wrexham Power To Victory And Third Clean Sheet

Wrexham kept a third successive clean sheet and went top of the Vanarama National League for a couple of hours,... Read More

Early Start For Wrexham At The Racecourse

Wrexham start their day early at the Racecourse when they play Boreham Wood in a Vanarama National League match at... Read More

Swansea City Owners Braced For More Match Day Fury After Deadline Day Fire Sale

Swansea City’s owners are set to feel another blast of anger and disapproval heading their way across the Atlantic Ocean... Read More

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KHL Ace Charles On The Wing For Cardiff Devils

Top end forward Charles Linglet is the latest recruit for Elite League champions Cardiff Devils. The arrival of Canadian winger Linglet... Read More

Cardiff Devils Fans Can Meet Their 2018-19 Team

Cardiff Devils have thrown a team training session open to supporters next Wednesday. Fans will watch head coach Andrew Lord lead... Read More

Devils Signing Revealed, Two More Imports On Way

British forward Luke Piggott is back for an eighth season in Cardiff Devils colours. Piggott's return was announced by the club... Read More

Devils' Coach Lord To Reveal Latest Elite League Signing

Andrew Lord is ready to reveal two more Cardiff Devils signings and complete their roster for 2018-19. On the evidence of... Read More

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