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Dewi....What A Comeback From Welsh Running Ace Griffiths

Welsh distance runner Dewi Griffiths made a spectacular return to competitive running when he won the British 10K in London. Having been forced to pull out of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games earlier this year due to a stress fracture, the Swansea Harrier has been working his way back to fitness during the summer.

Emanuelli’s Wales Get Students RL Campaign Off To Winning Start

Two former South Wales rugby league stars met as head coaches in the opening day of the Student Home Nations tournament in Pontypridd, with Paul Emanuelli’s Wales overcoming Carl de Chenu’s Irelan,. Emanuelli scored 282 points in 77 games for South Wales Scorpions from 2014-17 whilst De Chenu starred for a season for Celtic Crusaders in 2006 scoring 22 tries in 29 matches.

Battling Saints Almost Produce Epic Champions League Comeback

Rhys Healey Takes His Bluebirds Goals Tally To Four

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

Burnley Confident They Can Tempt Swans To Sell Sam Clucas

Sam Clucas could be on his way out of Swansea City with Burnley confident they can land the midfielder for around £12m. Clucas joined the Swans from Hull City a year ago and made 29 Premier League appearances last season. But after an encouraging start, his form became inconsistent and he rarely touched the heights of his two-goal contribution to the January victory over Arsenal.

Glamorgan Bring In Joe Burns To Fill Shaun Marsh Gap

Glamorgan have confirmed the signing of Australian batsman Joe Burns for the rest of their Vitality T20 Blast campaign as a replacement for the injured Shaun Marsh. Burns will join his new teammates this week and subject to ECB registration will be available for Glamorgan’s remaining 11 T20 fixtures, starting with their contest against Somerset on Friday night at Sophia Gardens. The 28-year-old has played 14 Test matches for Australia, the last of which was in March during Australia’s tour of South Africa, where he top scored in the second innings with 42. Overall, he has hit three Test centuries with a best of 170 against New Zealand.

Patience A Virtue In Quest For Bluebirds Signings

'I Always Believed I Would Be Back' - Sean Morrison

Remembering The Biggest Unexpected Triumph In The History Of Welsh Rugby

As one World Cup departs the stage, another – the Rugby World Cup Sevens – is about to begin this weekend in the USA. For Wales, this one brings back memories of arguably the most unexpected triumph in Welsh rugby history. No-one gave Wales a chance of winning the trophy back in 2009, but that’s exactly what they did. The omens were not good.

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Glamorgan Bring In Joe Burns To Fill Shaun Marsh Gap

Patience A Virtue In Quest For Bluebirds Signings

'I Always Believed I Would Be Back' - Sean Morrison

Remembering The Biggest Unexpected Triumph In The History Of Welsh Rugby

'The Biggest Test Of My Managerial Career,' Warnock

Bluebirds' Too Hot For The Lambs Of Tavistock

Pryce Heads To Epynt In Flying Tarmac Spec Escort

Baber Ready For Sevens Test With Fiji

Rhys Ready To Rule The Waves

Edwards Takes Series Lead After Nicky Grist Stages Victory

Neil Warnock's Plea For Rain Answered In West Devon

Geraint Thomas Stays Lucky And Stays Second As Tour Rests Before Alps

Dai Greene Back On The Big Stage As The Comeback Continues

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

No Ordinary Joe . . . Brier Takes Medal At World Junior Championship

Warnock Looks Into The Bluebirds' Future At Truro City

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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

Wayne Pivac To Turn To Stephen Jones As His Wales Sidekick

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

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

Cory Allen Aims To Go From Puppy To Top Dog For Wales Sevens

Cory Allen is desperately trying to shed some of his “15-a-side puppy fat” in order to get ready for the... Read More

Paul John Returns To Sevens World Cup, Nine Years On From Triumph With Wales

Paul John is a Welsh coach with World Cup glory on his rugby curriculum vitae. The former scrum-half won 10... Read More

Cardiff Blues follow Dmitri Arhip Deal With Move For Jason Harries

Cardiff Blues have made their second signing in a week by recruiting Jason Harries from Edinburgh. The former Wales Under-18s, 20s and... Read More

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Battling Saints Almost Produce Epic Champions League Comeback

Rhys Healey Takes His Bluebirds Goals Tally To Four

Burnley Confident They Can Tempt Swans To Sell Sam Clucas

Patience A Virtue In Quest For Bluebirds Signings

'I Always Believed I Would Be Back' - Sean Morrison

'The Biggest Test Of My Managerial Career,' Warnock

Bluebirds' Too Hot For The Lambs Of Tavistock

Neil Warnock's Plea For Rain Answered In West Devon

Warnock Looks Into The Bluebirds' Future At Truro City

Truro City posed exactly the sort of test Neil Warnock wants for his young Bluebirds. The Cardiff City manager stood by... Read More

Anthony Pilkington Opens Scoring For Bluebirds In Cornwall

Cardiff City earned a second pre-season victory, beating Vanarama National League club Truro City in Cornwall. They followed a 3-0 win... Read More

Martyrs Beat Liverpool To Win First Trophy Of Season

Merthyr Town won the Supporters Direct Shield, beating City of Liverpool FC 4-2 at Penydarren Park. Ryan Prosser, Tom Meechan, Kerry... Read More

Tomlin Among Senior Bluebirds Set To Play At Truro

Lee Tomlin is among the senior Cardiff City players likely to figure in Sunday’s pre-season fixture against Truro City in... Read More

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'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

Fab Fournier Back With The Devils

Cardiff Devils Re-Sign Fan Favourite Josh Batch

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

Goaltenders Ben Bowns & Thomas Murdy Re-Sign With Cardiff Devils

Goaltenders Ben Bowns and Thomas Murdy have committed their futures with the Cardiff Devils after agreeing new deals to remain... Read More

Hotham Hangs Up His Devils Skates After Four Successful Seasons

Andrew Hotham has revealed he is leaving the Cardiff Devils after four hugely successful seasons. The Ontario-born player won Defenceman... Read More

Scot Craig's Return Adds Extra Intensity For Devils

Fiercely competitive Scottish forward Craig Moore is the fifth signing for Cardiff Devils. The former Dundee Stars player missed most of... Read More

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