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Tesni Beaten On Glass In Egypt After Polished French Display From Serme

Tesni Evans saw her El Gouna International Open challenged ended with a third round defeat to world No 4 Camille Serme. The double British champ, who had lost her previous seven meetings with the Frenchwoman, was beaten in straight games 11-5, 11-6, 11-9 in 37 minutes.

Liam Williams Moves Nearer Towards The Ultimate Triple Crown

Liam Williams has taken a step nearer towards becoming the first Welsh player to complete the Triple Crown of Grand Slam winner, European champion and domestic champion. The Wales full-back was part of the Saracens side that beat Munster 32-16 at the weekend to reach the Heineken Champions Cup Final. Playing on the wing, the former Scarlets favourite played his part as Sarries made their fourth final in six seasons, where they will meet defending champions Leinster.

Martyrs Stunned By Title-Chasing Taunton Away And Now Play Crucial Role In The Premier Future Of Casuals

Swans' Win - And A Helpful Fixture Run-In - Puts Them Back In The Play-Off Picture

Five Devils Selected - And Josh Batch Stays With GB

Point-To-Point Fans Turn Out In Force At Bonvilston

Sam's The Man For GB As Gordon Gets Call For Japan

Sam Gordon has been called into Great Britain's squad for the IAAF World Relays in Yokohama, Japan. from May 11-12. The 24-year-old will replace European 100m silver medallist and British champion Reece Prescod in the 4x100m team for the event on May 11-12.

Joel Bows Out In Egypt After First Game Scrap

Joel Makin bowed out of the El Gouna International in Egypt after a battle lasting more than an hour. The Haverfordwest-born player took world No 5 Paul Coll to a tie-break in the opening game of their third round which he led early on.

Alys Thomas Strikes Double Gold As Lewis Fraser Rewrites Welsh Record Books

Alys Thomas added the 100m butterfly title to her 200m gold while Lewis Fraser broke the Welsh 50m butterfly record on a night when the promise of youth and the rewards that come from resilience were all on display as the British Swimming Championships concluded in Glasgow. While 28-year-old Thomas clinched her golden double an eye-opening meet concluded for 16-year-old Matt Richards who was seventh in the 200m freestyle, twice lowering the British Age Group record on the final day.

Liverpool Players Come Up With Winning Corner Routine At Half-Time During Premier Win At Cardiff

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Sam's The Man For GB As Gordon Gets Call For Japan

Joel Bows Out In Egypt After First Game Scrap

Alys Thomas Strikes Double Gold As Lewis Fraser Rewrites Welsh Record Books

Liverpool Players Come Up With Winning Corner Routine At Half-Time During Premier Win At Cardiff

Tesni Looking To Shine On The Glass In Egypt

Rhiwbina Players Peter, Simon Aiming For Welsh Squash PSA Open And Ross Scaccia Title Double

Cardiff City's Pogba Lacuna . . . It's Being Filled By Leandro Bacuna

Mark Williams Starts World Title Defence With A Win...Then Blasts World Snooker Chiefs

Georgia Bags Second Gold But World Hopes Still In The Balance

Sol Campbell's Recipe For League Two Success Against Newport County - 'We Can Talk Our Way To Safety'

Bala Keep Alive European Remainers' Bid

Wales Power Into Euro Under-19 Squash Last Eight

Dragons Clinch Home Tie In National League Play-Offs

Makin Making Progress In Egypt As Evans Gets Set To Begin Her Quest

Oli McBurnie Takes Wilfried Bony's Record . . . But Not Yet His Status

Cardiff's Elliott Faces Welsh Open Pakistan Challenge

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Liam Williams Moves Nearer Towards The Ultimate Triple Crown

Shaun Edwards' Job Share With Wales Should Free Him To Puff Some Life Into The Dragons

What Needs To Happen When Rugby Juniors Get To That Magical Age Of 16

"X-Factor" Anscombe Hailed By Ospreys As Sam Davies Heads For Exit

Wayne's World . . . Two Defence Coaches As Byron Hayward And Shaun Edwards Climb On Board With Wales

Survival Specialists Ospreys Warn Cardiff Blues: We're Coming For You

Varsity Venue Shows Strides Made By Women's Rugby, Says Swansea Coach

Cross Your Fingers For Cross Keys . . . Underneath The National Team, Welsh Rugby Looks Seriously Unwell

Shaun Edwards Mystery Deepens As Wales Wait For Decision

Shaun Edwards has revealed he has still not decided on a return to Wigan – increasing the possibility he could... Read More

Scarlets Facing £1m Meltdown As "Scexit" Looms For Euro Stalwarts

They’ve just written off £8m of directors' loans, still owe £2.6m to Carmarthen County Council and saw their annual losses... Read More

John Mulvihill Admits Cardiff Blues Need Favours

John Mulvihill has admitted Cardiff Blues are relying on others to help them make the Guinness Pro14 play-offs. The Blues needed... Read More

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Martyrs Stunned By Title-Chasing Taunton Away And Now Play Crucial Role In The Premier Future Of Casuals

Swans' Win - And A Helpful Fixture Run-In - Puts Them Back In The Play-Off Picture

Liverpool Players Come Up With Winning Corner Routine At Half-Time During Premier Win At Cardiff

Cardiff City's Pogba Lacuna . . . It's Being Filled By Leandro Bacuna

Sol Campbell's Recipe For League Two Success Against Newport County - 'We Can Talk Our Way To Safety'

Bala Keep Alive European Remainers' Bid

Dragons Clinch Home Tie In National League Play-Offs

Oli McBurnie Takes Wilfried Bony's Record . . . But Not Yet His Status

Gary Madine Is Blunt With Cardiff: I Want To Remain A Blade

Gary Madine has told Cardiff City that he wants to remain at Sheffield United when his loan deal ends next... Read More

Neil Warnock: We Need To Be Better . . . Or We're Going To Get Battered

Neil Warnock has warned his Cardiff City relegation-battlers they need to improve against the top teams – or else they... Read More

Aber Plot To Keep Cardiff Met From Seventh Heaven

Cardiff Met and Aberystwyth Town head into their Easter weekend clash with their Welsh Premier League play-off hopes on the... Read More

Daniel James Told To Forget The Deals . . . Just Roll Those Wheels

Daniel James should forget about where he wants to be playing next season and just focus on football, according to... Read More

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Five Devils Selected - And Josh Batch Stays With GB

Play-Offs Triumph Makes It Nine Trophies In Five Seasons For Coach Lord's Magnificent Cardiff Devils

Oh My Lord! Mo's Devils Are Play-Off Champs Again

Former Cardiff Devils Forward Ivan Matulik Looks Back Two Decades - To Memorable Play-Offs triumph

Four Goal Charles Linglet Devils Man Of The Match

Lord's Devils Ready For Panthers' Play-Offs Challenge

Big 'Lou' Wins High Praise From Devils Coach Lord

Former Devils Players In ShootOut For Play-Offs Glory

Joey's Treble Earns Cardiff Devils Play-Offs Delight

Cardiff Devils 7-3 Sheffield Steelers  (Devils win 11-8 on aggregate) Joey Martin led Cardiff Devils to victory on a dramatic and emotional... Read More

Devils And Steelers Fired Up For Play-Offs Shootout

Cardiff Devils and Sheffield Steelers clash in what is certain to be an intense, physical play-offs match at the Viola... Read More

Devils Set Up Play-Offs Cracker At The Viola Arena

Sheffield Steelers 5, Cardiff Devils 4 (play-off quarter-final first leg, return game in Cardiff Bay on Sunday) Cardiff Devils set up a... Read More

Devils' Stephen Dixon Says 'It's Time For Redemption'

Canadian centre Stephen Dixon insists it’s ‘redemption time’ for Cardiff Devils in the Elite League play-offs. Devils missed out on a... Read More

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