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England Win Students Title In Sardis Road Bruiser

England won their 12th Student Home Nations title after beating Wales 36-8 in Pontypridd on Sunday. The Saes only needed a draw to clinch the title, with Wales, who were confined to third place following the defeat, needing a 45-point win.

Son Meirion Beats Father Melvyn In Evans Rally Duel

“I’m never going to hear the end of this,” joked Melvyn Evans, although there was only pride in his voice as he recalled being beaten, fairly and squarely, by his son Meirion on the Carryduff Folklift Down Rally in Northern Ireland. Evans junior celebrated his 23rd birthday with a faultless drive in The Scan Station-backed Ford Fiesta R5, as the Lampeter driver mastered the big jumps and twists of the County Down roads to finish a magnificent fifth overall. Co-driven by Jonathan Jackson, Evans was only beaten by three local drivers and a more powerful Mini World Rally Car. “I think it’s fair to say that we've waited a long time for that one,” said Evans. “It’s been an awesome day on the Down Rally, finishing fifth overall and third R5 car. Thanks to everyone who made it happen and still believe in us! It’s nice to finally deliver a result that we always knew we were capable of, on only my second event in an R5 car.”

G-Force Still Determined By Sky Team Orders . . . But The Tables May Be Turning For Geraint Thomas

The odds may be shortening on Geraint Thomas managing, arguably, the greatest Welsh sporting achievement of all time, but the man himself in not getting carried away. Sticking to the script – and despite a healthy lead with two-thirds of the race gone – Thomas still insists team orders will prevail when it comes to stopping rivals upsetting Team Sky's Tour de France victory plans. With a 1min 39sec lead on four-time champion Chris Froome, Cardiff born-and-bred Thomas is in prime position to add a maiden Tour de France victory to a growing collection of titles from the road and the track.

Graham Potter Says Yan's The Man As Swans Youngster Seeks Breakthrough

Graham Potter has declared Swansea City’s pre-season tour as an encouraging work in progress after two 90-minute draws in Germany. The Swans manager watched his team draw 1-1 with Genoa and then finish goalless against Magdeburg at the Interwetten Cup, but both matches were lost on penalties. The Championship club now move on to Austria where they face Spanish club Eibar on Tuesday.

Neil Warnock Takes Strong Line For Gunnar and Danny

Enoch Looking To Put On Sunday Best After Outlasting Golf's Greats

Three of the top five ranked players in the world may have missed the cut at the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie, but battling Welshman Rhys Enoch earned his ticket into the final two days with two of the best rounds of golf of his life. World ranked No 1 and 2, Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas, were joined by No 5 Jon Rahm, Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia and Martin Kaymer in packing their bags early, while Enoch followed up his rounds of 74 and 71 with an even better one-under par 70 to move to two over par for the championship on Saturday.

Lee Camp Hits The Heights For Bluebirds On Tour

Bluebirds' Josh Faces Twin Jacob And His Boyhood Idols

Dai Greene Goes Back To London For Euros Boost

Dai Greene will rub shoulders with some of his biggest rivals for a medal at the European Championships in Berlin next month when he runs in the Anniversary Games on Saturday. It is a quick fire return to the London Stadium for the former world and European 400m hurdles champion following his bronze medal for Team GB at the World Cup of athletics.

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Enoch Looking To Put On Sunday Best After Outlasting Golf's Greats

Lee Camp Hits The Heights For Bluebirds On Tour

Bluebirds' Josh Faces Twin Jacob And His Boyhood Idols

Dai Greene Goes Back To London For Euros Boost

Wales Crash Out Of Sevens World Cup As Gareth Williams Reflects On Missed Chances

Bluebirds' Kenzo, Ken Celebrate Wonderful Summer

New D-Man And Returning Star For Cardiff Devils

William Doubles Up At Abergele

Bluebirds Goalie Lee's Porthleven Shootout For Kids

Cai Aims For Devine Intervention For Wales At World Cup Sevens

Olympic medallist Laura Deas Joins Anti-Doping Commission

Pressure And Excitment Builds for South Wales Warriors

Wales Students Suffer Shock Defeat By Scotland

Five-Star Rhys Healey's Nine Goals In Three

Joe Burns Aims To Ingnite Glamorgan's T20 Campaign For A Scorching Summer

The G-Force Conquers Again And Says . . . "Alpe d'Huez, Man . . . Speechless"

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Wales Crash Out Of Sevens World Cup As Gareth Williams Reflects On Missed Chances

Cai Aims For Devine Intervention For Wales At World Cup Sevens

Sam Warburton's Shock Retirement Decision Leaves Warren Gatland Disappointed

Remembering The Biggest Unexpected Triumph In The History Of Welsh Rugby

Baber Ready For Sevens Test With Fiji

Cory Allen And Lloyd Williams Included In Wales' World Cup Sevens Squad

Samu Monoa And Nick Williams To Combine As Cardiff Blues' Double Trouble

Wayne Pivac And Stephen Jones . . . The Dream Ticket That Should Have Been Bought Together

Wayne Pivac: The Chameleon Who Has Made A Career Out Of Blending In

Wales have decided on their new coach - the chameleon-like Wayne Pivac will take charge after the next World Cup.... Read More

Wayne Pivac To Turn To Stephen Jones As His Wales Sidekick

Wayne Pivac will move to bring in Stephen Jones as his right-hand man for his four-year stint as Wales coach.... Read More

Wales' Rachel Taylor Breaks The Mould And Becomes New Coach At Colwyn Bay

Rachel Taylor has made history by becoming the first female coach of a Welsh rugby club playing in the national... Read More

Wayne Pivac In Line For Wales Call . . . And A 12-month Countdown To Replace Warren Gatland

Wayne Pivac is poised to be confirmed as Warren Gatland’s successor as Wales coach. Pivac has been a long-standing favourite... Read More

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Graham Potter Says Yan's The Man As Swans Youngster Seeks Breakthrough

Neil Warnock Takes Strong Line For Gunnar and Danny

Lee Camp Hits The Heights For Bluebirds On Tour

Bluebirds' Josh Faces Twin Jacob And His Boyhood Idols

Bluebirds' Kenzo, Ken Celebrate Wonderful Summer

Bluebirds Goalie Lee's Porthleven Shootout For Kids

Five-Star Rhys Healey's Nine Goals In Three

Graham Potter Backs Patient Oli McBurnie To Make Big Impact For Swans

St Mellion Golf For Bluebirds' Senior Players, While Development Team Take On Porthleven Fishermen

Dai Sport are spending the week in Cornwall and Devon with Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City. Here is the fourth part... Read More

Bobby's The Bluebirds Boy To Light Up Premier League

Bobby Reid will achieve a boyhood dream when he makes his Premier League debut for Cardiff City in the new... Read More

Danny, Kadeem Lead 11-Goal Bluebirds Charge

Danny Ward and Kadeem Harris both scored hat-tricks in Cardiff City’s crushing 11-1 win against Bodmin Town at Priory Park... Read More

Bluebirds Manager Neil Warnock Loves Cornish Cream

Dai Sport are spending the week in Cornwall and Devon with Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City. Here is the third part... Read More

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Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey Fixtures For 2018-19 Confirmed

New D-Man And Returning Star For Cardiff Devils

Final Back In Cardiff, While Devils Latvian Ace Returns

'My Turn, The Film' - Support Scott Matzka At IAW

Devils D-Man Louis Ready To Make His Mark Again

Mike's The New Boy Among Four Devils Signings

Four Signings Revealed At Fourth Devils Calgary Summit

Captain Mo And Benti Back In The Devils Fold

England's Liam Joins NHL Brits From Scotland, Wales

Belfast Giants forward Colin Shields says he sees no reason why fellow NHL draftee Liam Kirk can’t be a star... Read More

Fab Fournier Back With The Devils

The Cardiff Devils have announced that classy offensive defenceman Gleason Fournier will be returning to the team for a fourth... Read More

Cardiff Devils Re-Sign Fan Favourite Josh Batch

The Cardiff Devils have announced Josh Batch will be returning to the team for an eighth season as the club... Read More

Cardiff Devils Off-Season Special: Todd Kelman Interview

Devils managing director Todd Kelman talks exclusively to Dai-Sport’s Matthew Burgess about player recruitment, the Champions Hockey League and Jamie... Read More

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