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Let's Hear It For The Girls

For the third Commonwealth Games in a row the Welsh women outperformed the men on the medal front, accounting for 54% of the record equalling 36 medals at Gold Coast. In another example of the huge advances being made at the highest levels by Wales’ elite sportswomen, they matched the men on the gold medal front in Australia.

High Fives For Marchant De Lange After His Best Glamorgan Figures

Gloucestershire recovered from 86-5 to 236 all out against Glamorgan on Day 1 of the Second Division County Championship match at Bristol, as the Welsh side ended the first day of their campaign on 26-0. But the star of the show from Glamorgan’s point of view was fast bowler Marchant de Lange, who took five for 62, his second five-wicket haul and best figures for the Welsh county.

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Wayne Pivac Admits Scarlets Must Defy The Odds To Beat Leinster

Wayne Pivac is happy for the Scarlets to be the underdogs when they aim to bare their attacking teeth in Dublin on Saturday in their biggest game for over a decade. Pivac has no doubt that the Scarlets will require a complete performance in their quest for a first European Champions Cup final appearance. Pivac’s team tackle tournament favourites Leinster at the Aviva Stadium after ending an 11-year wait to be European semi-finalists. No Welsh team has been crowned

The Gravedigger Still Putting In The Spade Work For Welsh Boxing

Sammy Lee won gold for Wales at the Commonwealth Games, reviving memories of another teenage talent, Colin Jones, who boxed for Britain as a 17-year-old at the 1976 Olympics. Eagled-eyed Owen Morgan spotted Jones in the Wales corner on the Gold Coast and recalls the impact of one of his schoolboy heroes. The distinctive features of the man shouting advice from the corner of the boxing ring were unmistakably familiar, despite the passing of 35 years. The closely-cropped hair was now a steely grey rather than the distinctive ginger it had once been, while there were a few more lines around the eyes and a couple more inches around the waist.

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The Gravedigger Still Putting In The Spade Work For Welsh Boxing

Kiran Carlson In A Hurry To Give Glamorgan Rapid Start

Dan Clements Joining WRU As Performance Coach Manager From Hockey Wales

Carmarthen Town’s Welsh Premier Relegation D-Day

Wales Boys Squad Are Quads In With Holland Triumph

Welsh Games Success Was Based On Appliance Of Science

Pep Is A Football God, Says Firm Believer Carlos Carvalhal

Mark Williams Queuing Up For Hat-Trick At The Crucible

Scarlets And Cardiff Blues Look Ready To Sit Their Finals

Usman Khawaja Can Blast With The Best, Insists Hugh Morris

Caernarfon Clinch Title Thanks To Five-Goal Showing

Welsh Forward Ben Returns To Great Britain Fold

Here Are The Hudd-Lines . . . Damien Returns To Big Time, 15 Years Later

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Wayne Pivac Admits Scarlets Must Defy The Odds To Beat Leinster

Dan Clements Joining WRU As Performance Coach Manager From Hockey Wales

Scarlets And Cardiff Blues Look Ready To Sit Their Finals

Here Are The Hudd-Lines . . . Damien Returns To Big Time, 15 Years Later

Rhys Patchell Insists Scarlets Will Make It Dublin's Flair City

Behind The Scenes With Cardiff Met At Their Twickenham Final

Merthyr Crush Swansea, But Steelmen Denied In Welsh Prem

Danny Wilson Tells Cardiff Blues To Seize Part Two Of European Quest

Scarlets Hooker Emyr Phillips To Switch From Playing To Coaching

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Alex Cuthbert Wants To Lift Cardiff Blues Back Towards The Big Time

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Come On, George . . . It's Make Your Mind Up Time

George North is heading back to Wales and will wear scarlet, black, blue, or black and red next season. No-one... Read More

Cardiff Met Bid For Super Uni Glory At Twickenham

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Kenny Jackett Insists Pompey Have A Wales Star In Dion Donohue

Former Swansea City manager Kenny Jackett believes he has a future Wales star on his hands in Dion Donohue. Jackett... Read More

Swans Are Welsh Cup Winners After Bluebirds' Wings Are Clipped

Two goals in eight second-half minutes saw Swansea City Ladies come from behind to beat their Cardiff counterparts 2-1 in... Read More

Ayew And Ayew - Brothers In Arms Fighting For The Swans' Survival Cause

The Ayew family are determined to steer Swansea City clear of relegation. Ghana international Jordan and his brother Andre were... Read More

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Welsh Forward Ben Returns To Great Britain Fold

Great Britain Hungary For World Championship Success

Goalies Whistle And Murdy Given GB Chance To Shine

Former Devils D-Men Lift Famous Old Canadian Trophy

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Welshman Lyle In Ice Hockey UK Hall of Fame

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Cardiff Devils Owners Send Message From Calgary

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Cardiff Devils Complete Triple Crown Success In Play-Offs

Andrew Lord coached his Cardiff Devils team to victory in the PredictorBet Play-offs final and said: “That’s the final voodoo... Read More

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Awesome Foursome For Devils In Play-Off Semi-final

Cardiff Devils produced a professional, uncompromising team performance to earn their place in Sunder’s Elite League play-off final. Goals from Tyson... Read More

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