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Para Champ Davies Into Worlds Knock-Out Stage In Slovenia

Rob Davies insists he must improve after qualifying for the knock-out stages of the World Para Table Tennis Championships in Slovenia. Wales 2016 Para champ from Rio reached the last 16 despite losing in three closely-fought sets in his second match in the group in the men's class one to to Argentina's Fernando Eberhardt.

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Davies Clinches Welsh Forest Rally Title On A Tie-Break

Subaru driver Dylan Davies has been confirmed as the 2018 Pirelli MSA Welsh Forest Rally Champion. A thrilling end to one of the most closely fought seasons the series has ever witnessed was thwarted when the final round, the Winner Garage SKODA Wyedean Stages Rally on 10 November, was cancelled. With Davies and his Caernarfon co-driver Llion Williams, who have enjoyed a superb season in their Impreza B13, finishing on equal points with former champion and Ford Fiesta R5 pilot Matt Edwards (Llysfaen) and co-driver Darren Garrod (Pwllheli), the series organisers had to review the tie-break rules to determine who had won the title – with Davies winning it based on the Llanon driver’s better class results.

How The Wales Class Of 2014 Are Handing Out A Lesson To England

To quote Osian Roberts - assistant manager to Ryan Giggs with the the senior Wales team - after his Wales U16 side had won the 014 Victory Shield outright for the first time in 65 years, “it shows that the Welsh football future is in good hands and is moving in the right direction.” Roberts described the Class of four years ago as a “special group of players”. Too right! No fewer than four of the squad that clinched the title for the first time since 1949 were involved in the back-to-back Nations League victories over the Republic of Ireland – Matt Smith, Ethan Ampadu, Ben Woodburn and Tyler Roberts. Opponents on that night four years ago, England, can count only Mason Mount as a breakthrough achievement.

American Big Ben Patrols Devils Blue Line With Intent

Memories Of Clear Away At Gelligaer Steeplechases

Merriman Aims For Third Welsh Rally Title At Pembrey

Richard Merriman takes a slender three-point advantage into the final round of the J.D. Tyres Welsh National Tarmacadam Championship, which takes place at the Welsh Motorsports Centre at Pembrey this Sunday. Carmarthen Motor Club has received a magnificent entry for its Fairfield Merlin Stages Rally (an event formally known as the Peter Lloyd Stages). The new event name comes about courtesy of new title sponsorship from Bridgend-based Fairfield Motorsport, together with a nod to Merlin the magician, who is said to have been born in Carmarthen.

Lottie Leads The Way At Ping Welsh Junior Tour Final

It was a girls one/two against the boys as 80 of the best young golfers in Wales took part in the Ping Welsh Junior Tour finals in Wrexham. Llanwern’s Lottie Raymond won the U14’s age group in convincing fashion with a score of 41 stableford points, a fantastic score in the cold and wet morning conditions for all those who qualified for the finals through the regional competitions.

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American Big Ben Patrols Devils Blue Line With Intent

Memories Of Clear Away At Gelligaer Steeplechases

Merriman Aims For Third Welsh Rally Title At Pembrey

Lottie Leads The Way At Ping Welsh Junior Tour Final

Boulden Hoping It's Third Time Lucky As She Eagles In On LPGA Tour Card

Robert Croft Has The Left The Building . . . But Glamorgan's Mealy-Mouthed Words Can't Hide Their Failings

Blade Sharpened For Tiger Hunt But Scarlets Are Without A Dozen Players

Tesni Looking For Many Happy Returns

David Cotterill Plans To Give Back After Decision To Retire At 30

Kear Names 25-Man Squad As Wales Target RL World Cup Qualification

Robert Croft Dismissal Was A Tough Call Says Glamorgan Chief

Exclusive: Evan Above, Wales Ace Hoyt On His Staggering Climb Up Rankings...And The Next Challenge

Bluebirds' Andy Back In Wales On Martyrs Mission

Mo And Ben Fly Welsh Premier Flag With Pride

Welsh Players Looking For Some FA Cup Magic

Brutal Overtime Defeat Denies Devils Magnificent Win

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Blade Sharpened For Tiger Hunt But Scarlets Are Without A Dozen Players

Gatland's Heady Cocktail Of Players Could Give Rivals A Real Hangover

Holmes To Join Moriarty . . . But Watson Will Be Working For The Other Side

Luke Morgan Admits Wales Call Has Come Ahead Of Time

Head Injuries Rule Out Two Scarlets Backs Ahead Of Tigers Test

Warren Gatland Calls Up English Tiger For Welsh Dragonhood

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Gareth Anscombe Earns Rave Review From John Mulvihill After Cardiff Blues Masterclass Demands Wales Selection

Gareth Anscombe earned huge praise from Cardiff Blues coach John Mulvihill after delivering a stunning performance that might well propel... Read More

Davies: Modernisation One Of Most Significant Moments In WRU's 130-Year History

Gareth Davies has said that the vote to modernise the Welsh Rugby Union's governance structure is one of the most... Read More

George North Set For Feet Up After Leaving His Prints On Pau

George North has earned the praise of his Ospreys coach Allen Clarke and his reward is likely to be a... Read More

History Repeats For the Scarlets With Wounded Tigers Waiting

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Mo And Ben Fly Welsh Premier Flag With Pride

Welsh Young Guns Turn A Page Against Swiss

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Ryan Giggs Compares Harry Wilson To David Beckham After Wales Star's Winner

Ryan Giggs compared Harry Wilson to David Beckham after the Wales youngster’s brilliant free-kick earned his team victory over the... Read More

Talented Touray Called Into Wales U-21 Squad At Newport

Teenage striker Mo Touray has been called into the Wales squad for their Uefa under-21 Championship clash with Switzerland at... Read More

Brennan's Double Strike For Wales In Polish Success

Brennan Johnson, an English-born teenager who has chosen to play for Wales, underlined his quality during the under-19 international win... Read More

Ryan Giggs Tells Wales To Be More Than Bale And Ramsey . . . But The Omens Are Not Good

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Welshman Phil Leads Cardiff Fire To Away Success

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Devils Ready For Lightning Strike After High Five

Cardiff Devils are in the groove and aiming for more trophies. They have played 10 Elite League and cup matches this... Read More

Captain Morissette's Devils Prepare To Shoot At Stars

Jake Morissette has warned his Cardiff Devils team they must regain Elite League mentality quickly when Dundee Stars come to... Read More

Coach Douglas And His Cardiff Team Face Test Of Fire

Player-coach Chris Douglas and his Cardiff Fire team are preparing for a huge weekend of National League ice hockey. Fire opened... Read More

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