Neil Etheridge has spoken of his desire to make a quick return to the Premier League. The Cardiff City goalkeeper – who was arguably the club’s most consistent performer during a season that ended in relegation two weeks ago – is desperate to play again at the top level. Etheridge has been linked with both West Ham and Brighton and although the 29-year-old has two years left on his current contract, manager Neil Warnock has said if the club received an offer of £20m, he would personally chauffeur Etheridge to the buying club.
Jenny Nesbitt will again compete for GB at the World University Games in Naples in July. The Bath University runner lines-up in the 10,000m in Italy as part of the 22-strong squad of athletes.
The input of former Cardiff City manager Lennie Lawrence has been crucial over the last three seasons. And the man who led the Bluebirds to promotion via the play-offs in 2003 will play a key role before and during the final against Tranmere Rovers at Wembley Stadium.
Dan Biggar aims to thrive again under the big match spotlight on Saturday - the type of opportunity he admits were starting to pass him by at the Ospreys. The Wales fly-half may have played a significant part in securing the Six Nations Grand Slam this season, but his club’s achievements at Northampton are something of a throwback. Not just for the Saints – who have not on any serious silverware for five years – but also for Biggar himself, who left Welsh regional rugby long after the heady days of Ospreys’ finals and big occasions had passed.
James Tomlinson and Sarah Omoregie have been called up for the GB Under2- team for the prestigious Halle Throws International in Germany from June 1-2. The Welsh duo will be part of a 10-strong squad for the meeting which is one of the most highly-regarded on the international throwing calendar.
Wayne Routledge has re-signed for another year at Swansea City - less than a week after the club announced his departure. The 34-year-old has agreed to stay on at the Liberty Stadium as a senior pro to try to bring through the new generation at the cash-strapped club.
Tesni Evans aw her British Open hopes ended in a third round defeat against former champion Camille Serme in Hull. The Rhyl-based player staged a third game comeback after losing the first two games to her French rival.
Justin Birchall and Jonathan Koonja led from start to finish to take a dominant win on the 2019 Welsh Hill Rally. The event was held at the Walters Arena complex in the Vale of Neath and organised by That’s Motorsport Limited. Birchall got off to a flying start in his Lofthouse Freelander, heading the leaderboard by 21 seconds. Last year’s winner Paul Rowlands was in second place in his Polaris with Ant Jackson’s Audi-engined Warrior in third.
Evan Hoyt - Wales' No.1 tennis player - has been reflecting on an "awesome" 12 months and setting his sights on trying to qualify for this year's Wimbledon. Last May, Llanelli's Hoyt won the men's singles title at the inaugural Penarth Windsor LTA British Tour event. The right-hander, whose promising career had been put on hold by a serious shoulder injury, said after the Penarth final that he hoped the win would act as a confidence boost and put him back on track for success at the top end of the game.
Luke Williams powered to victory in the opening race of the SSAFA Cardiff 5K series. The San Domenico runner clocked 15 minutes 18 seconds over the new course near Blackweir.
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... Read More
Local rivalries can usually be counted on to add spice to any sport and this Sunday a Severnside derby will be reintroduced to the British American Football League. The South Wales Warriors will cross the Severn Bridge to face the Apache in competitive action for the first time since the Bristol side... Read More
SIX players helped the South Wales Warriors to eight touchdowns to open their home schedule with a convincing win over the Worcestershire Black Knights. The West Midlands side had travelled to Llanharan on the back of two heavy defeats to face last year’s west division champions and the warm temperature only... Read More
The first home fixture for the South Wales Warriors in the British American Football league this season will see them meet the team they had been due to face in last year’s play-offs. The Worcestershire Black Knights forfeited their trip to Llanharan in the Division Two Southern Conference quarter finals... Read More
The South Wales Warriors have opened their four month long season with a win from their furthest away trip. The Warriors made the six hour, 400 mile round trip to face the Cornish Sharks at their new home at Newquay Football Club’s Mount Wise Stadium which the tenants have nicknamed... Read More
The South Wales Warriors return to British American Football League action this weekend when they open their season with a long trip to Cornwall. The Llanharan-based side swept all before them in the west division of British American Football Association (BAFA) Southern Conference Division Two last year but bowed out at the... Read More