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Wales Rally GB Heading To Liverpool......And Oulton Park Hosting A Special Stage

For the first time in recent history, Wales Rally GB (October 3-6) will kick off over the English border with its showpiece Ceremonial Start relocating into Liverpool’s iconic Waterfront. Another new addition follows swiftly with an early evening opening special stage set at Oulton Park, the well-known race circuit situated in rolling parkland close to Chester.

Ben Thomas Admits Staying On The Right Side Of Gethin Jenkins Has Upped His Game

Rising Cardiff star Ben Thomas has paid tribute to Gethin Jenkins after picking up the Best Newcomer title at the Principality Premiership awards. The 20-year-old has come under the direction of Jenkins at the Arms Park, following the move of the former Wales prop into coaching under Cardiff head coach Steve Law. Thomas – who plays at both outside-half and inside centre – said: “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this season. We’ve had a strong run and Steve Law has been massive for us, both in his recruitment and throughout the season.

Tesni Goes To Hull And Back In British Open Fightback As Joel Bows Out After Epic

Tesni Evans had to stage a fightback to book her place in the third round of the British Open after a gruelling five game battle in Hull. The No 9 seed took the first game 11-6 against England's Julianne Courtice who she had beaten on her way to defending her British National title in February.

Swansea City Fans Told To Brace Themselves . . . For More Flogging

Swansea City fans have been told to adopt the brace position – they are about to get hit by the Birch. New Swans chairman Trevor Birch has warned that tough times lay ahead for a club already reeling from the departure of manager Graham Potter to Brighton. In language that includes some of the most terrifying of modern-day business jargon, supporters have been told that the current squad – already pruned back to the roots with 16 players discarded in the past year – has to be further “rebalanced”.

Newport County Boss Michael Flynn Reveals Wembley Boost

Joss Labadie has been declared fit for Newport County’s play-off final against Tranmere Rovers at Wembley on Saturday. The influential midfielder limped off during County’s semi-final second leg win at Mansfield and was considered a doubt for the tie that could propel the club into League One. But manager Michael Flynn has insisted his former skipper – who missed 10 games before the play-offs through an ankle injury – is available.

Ryan Giggs Makes Kieffer Moore The Merrier As One Of Seven New Wales Faces

Kieffer Moore is one of seven new faces called up by Ryan Giggs for Wales’ training squad ahead of next month’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Croatia and Hungary. Barnsley striker Moore – who was born in Torquay but who has a grandmother from Llanrug, near Caernarfon – joins several other unfamiliar names at the Algarve training camp from May 22-28, but injured pair Aaron Ramsey and Ethan Ampadu both miss out. Juventus-bound Ramsey has not played since April 18, when he suffered the hamstring injury which prematurely ended his Arsenal career and sees him miss the Gunners’ Europa League final date with Chelsea.

Unlucky Morris Misses Out On GT Race Podiums

Seb Morris remains third in the British GT Championship drivers’ standings, despite missing out on what could have been two podium race results at Snetterton yesterday. Wrexham-born driver Morris and JRM team-mate Rick Parfitt Jnr were on course to secure their second podium of the campaign in round three on Sunday morning. Having worked their way up from 10th on the grid, contact on the final lap of the 60-minute race resulted in damage to the No.31 Bentley and a slip to fifth on the drag to the line. Round four later in the day proved even more vexing for the 23-year old when an unfortunate spin for Parfitt Jnr, while pushing for the podium, led to heavy contact with the barriers. Although he rejoined the race, an unrelated late left rear puncture dropped the duo out of the top ten.

Graham Potter Turns From Swan To Seagull But Insists He'll Remember His 11-Month Stay Forever

Graham Potter has insisted he will remember Swansea City fans for the rest of his life after ending his spell in charge after less than a year to take over at Brighton. The 44-year-old – who once said he would remain at the Swans, “for however long they want me to stay” – was confirmed as the Seagulls’ new manager on Monday afternoon. The Swans had offered Potter a new contract in an attempt to ward off interest from the Premier League club, who sacked Chris Hughton following the end of the season.

Welshman Ben Davies Caps Magnificent Great Britain Recovery

Warriors Waste No Time In Claiming Local Bragging Rights

The South Wales Warriors took the honours in American Football’s Severnside derby to stay undefeated after three games this season. The Warriors wasted no time after crossing the Severn Bridge and raced into a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.  However the Apache, who were relegated from Division One last year, showed more resistance in the second quarter and made it to half-time without conceding any further points. 

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Unlucky Morris Misses Out On GT Race Podiums

Graham Potter Turns From Swan To Seagull But Insists He'll Remember His 11-Month Stay Forever

Welshman Ben Davies Caps Magnificent Great Britain Recovery

Warriors Waste No Time In Claiming Local Bragging Rights

From Politics To Pontoons: Lord Ellis Thomas Pushes The Boat Out

Welsh Ace Edward Vaughan, Aged 11, Takes Win Total To 50

Exclusive: How A Former Irish High Jumper Has Inspired Cardiff's Women To Soar To New Heights

Clara Evans' Run Of Form Continues In Manchester

Cardiff Met Are Finally Into Europe . . . But They'll Need To Improve On Dire Play-Off Show

GB Face World Championship 'War' Against French

Justin Time . . . When The Ospreys Were Threatened, We Refused To Fold

Jess Gets A Rest As Ludlow Names 20-Strong Wales Squad For NZ Test

18 And A Bullet.....Sprint Sensation Jeremiah Shatters His PB Again!

Zidane Doesn't Know If Bale Has Played His Last Game For Real......But It Sure Looks Like It

Jess Sees Perfect OVO Energy Series Record Ended On Durham Cobbles

Anna Bows Out In Thailand After Gutsy Displays

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Ben Thomas Admits Staying On The Right Side Of Gethin Jenkins Has Upped His Game

Justin Time . . . When The Ospreys Were Threatened, We Refused To Fold

Ceri Sweeney . . . From Apprentice To Master, Then Mentor . . . Thanks For 20 Years

Two Great Welsh Rugby Names . . . One Desperate Outcome

Ospreys Flex Their Muscles And Seize The European Prize

Nigel Owens Says Israel Folau Sacking Was The Right Call By Australia

It's About Time We Delivered, Says Leigh Halfpenny Ahead Of Scarlets' Clash At Ospreys

Jonathan Humphreys Bids For Pro14 Triumph Before Wales Return

Harrison Eyeing Paralympic Glory After Dreams Of Playing Rugby For Wales Ended By Freak Tackle

Harrison Walsh saw his hopes of representing Wales at the sport he loved most wrecked by a freak injury playing... Read More

Clarke: My Ospreys Are Fighting Fit For Scarlets Clash

Ospreys head coach Allen Clarke has revealed his team are fighting fit for their crunch Heineken Champions Cup play-off clash... Read More

Dean Ryan Takes Dragons Job . . And A Brief To Shake Things Up

Dean Ryan has been confirmed as the new man in charge at the Dragons – and given far more power... Read More

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Swansea City Fans Told To Brace Themselves . . . For More Flogging

Newport County Boss Michael Flynn Reveals Wembley Boost

Ryan Giggs Makes Kieffer Moore The Merrier As One Of Seven New Wales Faces

Graham Potter Turns From Swan To Seagull But Insists He'll Remember His 11-Month Stay Forever

Cardiff Met Are Finally Into Europe . . . But They'll Need To Improve On Dire Play-Off Show

Zidane Doesn't Know If Bale Has Played His Last Game For Real......But It Sure Looks Like It

Graham Potter Breaks Bread With Brighton As Swans Concede Defeat

Cardiff Met Battle Bala For Key To Europe And £200k

Warnock Targeting Ninth Promotion Before Handing Over To Bluebirds Successor He Will help Find

Neil Warnock wants to extend his promotion record to nine by leading Cardiff City to an instant return to the... Read More

Neil Warnock To Carry On With Cardiff . . . But Budget Talks Continue

Neil Warnock is set to stay on as Cardiff City manager after holding talks with chairman Mehmet Dalman and chief... Read More

Swans Braced For Brighton Call On "Interested" Graham Potter

Swansea City are expecting an official approach from Brighton for manager Graham Potter today and fear he would like to... Read More

Newport County Face Merseyside Challenge At Wembley

Forest Green Rovers 1, Tranmere Rovers 1 Tranmere win 2-1 on aggregate Former Forest Green Rovers hit man James Norwood wrecked hopes... Read More

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Welshman Ben Davies Caps Magnificent Great Britain Recovery

Welsh Ace Edward Vaughan, Aged 11, Takes Win Total To 50

GB Face World Championship 'War' Against French

Jonathan's Great Britain Ready For French Test In Kosice

Great Britain Search For Crucial World Championship Win

Verdict On Ben Bowns By Freesports: 'Best World Championship Performance By a GB Goaltender Ever'

Cardiff Devils Forward Insists 'That Wasn't GB Out There'

Great Britain 'Horror Show' In World Championship Defeat

Cardiff Devils Name Third Elite Signing For Next Season

Canadian defenceman Mark Louis has committed to Cardiff Devils for 2019-20. “love Cardiff, I love the fans and I love Devils,”... Read More

Cardiff's Ben On World Championship High In Kosice

Welshman Ben Davies insists Great Britain are having positive thoughts about their bid to stay in the top tier of... Read More

Leading Hockey Clubs Around The World Alerted by Bownsy's Remarkable Form For Great Britain In Slovakia

Yorkshireman Ben Bowns has alerted top clubs around the World thanks to his remarkable form for Great Britain during the... Read More

Cardiff's Ben Shines For GB Against Canada In Worlds

Great Britain 0, Canada 8 Cardiff-born Ben Davies was man of the match for Great Britain in their World Championship clash... Read More

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