Connor Roberts has revealed how the Wales squad have been taking inspiration for their European Championship campaign by watching footage of Euro 2016. Wales scaled the heights three summers ago as Chris Coleman’s side reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 after ending a 58-year wait to play at a major tournament. The journey in France began with a 2-1 win over Slovakia in Bordeaux – the same opponents that Ryan Giggs’ side face in their opening 2020 European Championship qualifier at the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday.
Wayne Pivac is in danger of leaving the Scarlets on a low note after admitting they served up their worst display in his five years in charge as they were hammered by the Cardiff Blues. Pivac – who is leaving at the end of the season to prepare to take charge of Wales after the World Cup – is in familiar territory for many coaches whose next job is announced long before they leave their current one. No matter what they utter in public about maintaining their focus until the last goodbye, they are often undermined by players who decide the king is dead, long live the next one.
Wales’ young female artistic gymnasts dominated the competition at the British Championships in Liverpool, with the Welsh female Espoir (under 13s) gymnasts taking eight of the top ten spots in the all-around competition and winning gold in every individual apparatus contest.
A small piece of Welsh sporting history will be made this weekend when the first ever women’s American Football games to be staged in Wales are played. The Cardiff Valkyries, the only women’s team in Wales, are hosting a four-team tournament at Penarth on Saturday and by late afternoon four full contact games,... Read More
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An undefeated regular season for the South Wales Warriors ended in defeat at the first play-off hurdle against the Portsmouth Destroyers who were always in control of this semi-final clash. The Dreadnoughts tasted defeat at this same stage last year and showed their intent at the outset, surprising the Warriors with an... Read More
The South Wales Warriors face their biggest game in seven years this weekend when they host the Portsmouth Dreadnoughts in the British American Football league’s Southern Conference semi-final. The undefeated Warriors received a bye in the first round of the British American Football Association (BAFA) Division Two play-offs after the Worcestershire Black Knights forfeited ahead of their trip... Read More
The South Wales Warriors have advanced to semi-final of the British American Football league play-offs after their first round opponents cried off. The Worcestershire Black Knights, who the Warriors defeated 48-0 twice in divisional play this season, were due to travel to Llanharan for the first play-off round on Sunday to face the number... Read More
The South Wales Warriors wasted no time in securing the victory necessary to seal an undefeated campaign in their final fixture of the regular season in Redruth. A first quarter onslaught saw the visitors run up 30 points in the first quarter to put any hopes of an upset from the Sharks,... Read More