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Gethin Jenkins Takes First Coaching Role At Cardiff Blues

Gethin Jenkins will dip his toe into the coaching pool next month when the Ospreys face the Scarlets in the Celtic Cup - the new shadow tournament for the Guinness Pro 14 designed primarily for under 23 players. The Cardiff Blues prop – Wales’ most capped player – will be the defence coach for the Blues’ youngsters. It’s a first venture into coaching for the Lions forward, who will be 38 in November, but still remains committed to at least one more season as a Blues player.

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Swansea Star Smith Crowned World Boccia Champion

David Smith has taken individual BC1 gold at the World Boccia Championships at Liverpool's Exhibition Centre. The 29-year-old who is based in Swansea beat China’s Kai Sun 7-2 in the final.

Welsh Dragons Ready To Launch New Era Of Netball

Celtic Cup Launched For Emerging Players

The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) and the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) have joined forces to create a new development competition – The Celtic Cup – for the emerging professional players from the four Irish provinces and four Welsh regions. The competition which features development squads from Connacht, Leinster, Munster, Ulster, Blues, Dragons, Scarlets and the Ospreys aims to provide a learning environment for players, coaches and referees by re-creating the week to week challenges presented by senior professional rugby.

Martyrs Battle To Draw Against Fleetwood's 'Marine

Former Swan Angel Rangel Joins QPR

Former Swansea City stalwart Angel Rangel has joined Queens Park Rangers after being let go from the Liberty Stadium at the end of last season. The Spanish defender, who spent 11 years with the Swans, has signed for their Championship rivals on a short five-month contract. Angel, 35, made 374 appearances for Swansea before he was released just before the arrival of manager Graham Potter earlier in the summer.

Dragons Could Not Afford To Hire Shaun Edwards . . . So, It's An Ospreys Only Deal

The Dragons’ bid to share Sean Edwards with the Ospreys this season has collapsed due to a lack of cash. The Wales defence coach – who is leaving to take over at Wigan after next year’s World Cup – has confirmed he will be working with the Swansea region on a consultancy basis. Back in May, Wales coach Warren Gatland announced that Edwards would be working with both regions on a part-time basis, following a brief spell with the Cardiff Blues last season.

Di-Amond Padraig Leads Newport Charge In Cup

Costelow's Stunning Try A Throwback To Golden Era For U18s

Wales beat England 26-20, and by the convincing margin of four tries to two, in their latest outing in the Aon Under 18 International Festival in South Africa. If it was a tactically mature performance, the lopsided penalty count probably made life far harder than it might have been for Chris Horsman’s talented young side. In the end Wales conceded 12 penalties to England’s three and suffered as a result in the middle third of the game.

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Former Swan Angel Rangel Joins QPR

Dragons Could Not Afford To Hire Shaun Edwards . . . So, It's An Ospreys Only Deal

Di-Amond Padraig Leads Newport Charge In Cup

Costelow's Stunning Try A Throwback To Golden Era For U18s

WRGB Raising More Funds For Great Causes In North Wales

Mark Williams Is Heading Back To The Top . . . Two Decades On

Fleetwood Returns To Penydarren Park In 'Marine Team

Phil Davies Says His African Adventure Will Not Lead Him Home

Bluebirds Teenager Loving Life At Newport County

Evans Aims For Strong WRC Result In Germany

Five Live Cardiff Devils Matches On Television

Harriers Have A Field Day As They Retain Welsh Title

Tom Heaton Faces Bluebirds In Development Clash

Betty Gray . . . The Welsh Sporting Legend Who Outlasted Them All

Slovakian Double-Header Next Up For Lord's Devils

Bluebirds Coaches Bellamy And Harvey On Academy

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Gethin Jenkins Takes First Coaching Role At Cardiff Blues

Celtic Cup Launched For Emerging Players

Dragons Could Not Afford To Hire Shaun Edwards . . . So, It's An Ospreys Only Deal

Costelow's Stunning Try A Throwback To Golden Era For U18s

Phil Davies Says His African Adventure Will Not Lead Him Home

Shane Williams, Martyn Williams And Eddie Bulter Lead Beeb Exodus To Premier Sports

No Early Release For Shaun Edwards Before He Returns To Wigan

That Difficult Second Tier: What To Do With Welsh Rugby's Premiership

May Back At London Welsh As Backs Coach

Former England international Tom May has been announced as the new backs coach at London Welsh. May, who finished his... Read More

No Games Yet, But Dragons Suffer Double Injury Setback

The Dragons have suffered a double injury blow to Harrison Keddie and Aaron Jarvis on the eve of the new... Read More

Summertime. . . And The Predictions Are Easy

The Guinness Pro14 fixtures are out and with an August start date Robin Davey is already considering how the first... Read More

Welsh Rugby Fixture List Planning Leaves All The Loose Ends Still Untied

Most of Welsh rugby’s 2018-19 fixture list is out and dates in the diary have been ringed. What hasn’t happened,... Read More

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Martyrs Battle To Draw Against Fleetwood's 'Marine

Former Swan Angel Rangel Joins QPR

Di-Amond Padraig Leads Newport Charge In Cup

Fleetwood Returns To Penydarren Park In 'Marine Team

Bluebirds Teenager Loving Life At Newport County

Tom Heaton Faces Bluebirds In Development Clash

Bluebirds Coaches Bellamy And Harvey On Academy

Erwin The Unready Believes His Time At Swansea City Has Finally Arrived

WPL Sunday Scoreboard

Nomads score seven to dampen Llanelli's return to the top-flight ... Caernarfon Town mark their comeback with impressive win over... Read More

Graham Potter Insists Unhappy Swans Had To Be Got Rid Of

Graham Potter has defended Swansea City’s deadline day exodus as resolutely as his players defended in their 1-0 victory over... Read More

Warnock's Bluebirds' Academy Revolution Takes Off

Neil Warnock’s Bluebirds’ Academy revolution has started in style. Cardiff City have signed eight players on new two-year apprenticeship deals -... Read More

Bobby And Josh Show Bluebirds' Quality In Premier

Bobby Reid and Josh Murphy have given notice they have the quality to make an impact at Premier League level. The... Read More

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Five Live Cardiff Devils Matches On Television

Slovakian Double-Header Next Up For Lord's Devils

Devils' Toms Starts Ice Hockey Season In Top Form

Aladdin Ready For Devils v Panthers Show On Sunday

New Devils Import D-Man Still To Be Named

GB Face Some Of World's Top Hockey Nations

Devils To Reveal Final Signing Before Aladdin Cup Clash

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KHL Ace Charles On The Wing For Cardiff Devils

Top end forward Charles Linglet is the latest recruit for Elite League champions Cardiff Devils. The arrival of Canadian winger Linglet... Read More

Cardiff Devils Fans Can Meet Their 2018-19 Team

Cardiff Devils have thrown a team training session open to supporters next Wednesday. Fans will watch head coach Andrew Lord lead... Read More

Devils Signing Revealed, Two More Imports On Way

British forward Luke Piggott is back for an eighth season in Cardiff Devils colours. Piggott's return was announced by the club... Read More

Devils' Coach Lord To Reveal Latest Elite League Signing

Andrew Lord is ready to reveal two more Cardiff Devils signings and complete their roster for 2018-19. On the evidence of... Read More

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