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Eccles Puts Nines Squad Through Paces

Wales under 23 coach Shane Eccles has put his side through their paces today (Wednesday) as the team go into a rest day on Thursday before their competition starts on Friday.

Warren Gatland Says TMO Delays Are The Price To Be Paid For Accuracy. . . And Coaches Keeping Their Jobs

Warren Gatland believes TMO verdicts have to be accurate – even if it means long delays for supporters and armchair viewers. The Wales coach was on the wrong end of a disputed call from television match official Glenn Newman during his team’s Six Nations defeat to England at Twickenham where a Gareth Anscombe try-scoring effort was denied. World Rugby later declared that Newman had made an error and the New Zealander was criticised by some for not taking longer in reaching his decision by examining all available replays.

Small Margins In Big Wins For Penarth

Penarth Hockey Club’s two most senior sides clinched vital victories by a single goal at the weekend, strengthening their position in their respective GoCrea8 League divisions.

Former Wales Students Prop Ian Williams Dies After Collapsing In Training

Former Wales Students international Ian Williams, a cornerstone in three of Oxford University’s record run of six Varsity Match wins, has died at the age of 27 after collapsing in training. The ex-Swansea University history graduate, who played in the Welsh Varsity Match against Cardiff before heading to Oxford, collapsed while training with English Championship side Doncaster Knights on Tuesday. He could not be resuscitated. “It is with great sadness that Doncaster RFC announces the passing of prop forward Ian Williams. Ian collapsed at training at Castle Park this morning and, despite the best efforts of the emergency response team, could not be resuscitated,” said a Doncaster Knights club statement.

Wrexham Promotion Chase Drawing To A Conclusion

Successful Rally Return For Reynolds

You’d have never thought that Julian Reynolds hadn’t rallied for 18 months, as the Narberth driver returned to competition by finishing an excellent second in the Pirelli MSA Welsh Forest Rally Championship on the opening round of the 2018 series, the Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally, in a new Ford Fiesta R5.

Mica Moore Still In Olympic Medal Hunt At Halfway Stage

Mica Moore and her Great Britain bobsleigh partner Mica McNeill were sixth at the halfway point of the women's two-person bobsleigh at the Winter Olympics. Newport’s Moore and McNeil, who crowd-funded their way to the Games after being told their funding was being cut by their governing body in September, were 0.16 seconds off the medal positions. Pilot McNeill said: "It is very exciting. It's a brand new track and we haven't had a lot of time here. It's a fun track and it's going well so far.

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Rowe's Ready For Remarkable Return

Luke Rowe will return to competitive action at the Abu Dhabi Tour on Wednesday - just six months after shattering... Read More

Oliva Retains Title

Lewis Oliva celebrated his Commonwealth Games call-up by defending his keirin title at the National Track Championships. The 25-year-old held... Read More

Rowe Gets Wales Call

Three-time World Champion and Olympic gold medal cyclist Dani Rowe has been named in Wales' Commonwealth Games team having switched... Read More

Barker And Oliva Bag Medals

Elinor Barker struck double silver for Britain at the track World Cup meeting in Minsk. And fellow Welsh rider Lewis Oliva... Read More

Doull Relishing New Season

Owain Doull feels all the experiences gained in his first season as a pro will stand him in good stead... Read More

Velothon Wales Reveals Shorter Routes

VELOTHON Wales have revealed two shorter routes to offer something for every level of cycling enthusiast in 2018. Keen riders will... Read More
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