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Davies Ends Tough Weekend With Battling Fifth Spot

Chaz Davies charged through the field to salvage a fifth place finish in the second World Superbikes race at Donington Park. The Powys-born rider had dropped to 12th after being forced wide on the opening lap of the 23-lap race at the Leicestershire track.

Courtney Is Mile's Better In Westminster

Melissa Courtney powered to victory at the Westminster Mile to continue her stunning start to the season. The Welsh star took the tape on Spur Road on four minutes 35 seconds in a race which also incorporated the British Championships.

Joel And Peter Clash In PSA Battle Of Wales

Former Bluebird Semi Focused On Wembley Glory

David Brooks Used England Call As A "Step Up" To Play For Wales

David Brooks has insisted he used England as “stepping stone” to play for Wales, his first choice from the outset. The Sheffield United youngster is set to earn his third full Welsh cap on Tuesday when Ryan Giggs’ side play a friendly against Mexico in California. Brooks was England’s face of the future as they won the Toulon Tournament last summer, but now the Blades ace is anxious to convince that his switch of allegiance was always on the cards.

Wales Co-Captain Ellis Jenkins Talks Leadership, Refs . . . And Plastic Pitches

Ellis Jenkins will co-captain Wales on tour this summer, along with Cory Hill. So how does that work, exactly? The Cardiff Blues flanker tells Dai Sport how he intends to share the role as well as the referee charm lessons he has learned from Sam Warburton.   How long did you celebrate for after the Cardiff Blues’ European Challenge Cup win in Bilbao? We had a big couple of days celebrating and then a few days off to relax and then re-focus. We came back into the Welsh camp last week to do some strength and conditioning work and then began the ruby stuff, albeit without the Scarlets boys, on Tuesday.

Gareth Bale, Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid: It's Complicated

Gareth Bale’s situation at Real Madrid is “complicated” according to manager Zinedine Zidane. The inspiration and saviour for Wales on so many occasions, Bale proved match-winner for his club with a gravity-defying, momentous, awe-inspiring overhead kick that swing the Champions League final away from Liverpool and in the Spanish club’s favour on Saturday night. Immediately after scoring a second stunning goal, man-of-the-match Bale suggested the 3-1 victory in Kiev could be his final game for Madrid where he has recently struggled to be a starting presence under Zidane.

Cougars Too Strong For Depleted Bulls

Valley Cougars easily beat a depleted Bridgend Blue Bulls side 82-0 at Treharris on Saturday in the only game of the weekend in the Welsh Premier League. Bridgend suffered six withdrawals on the morning of the game and were forced to give three players their rugby league debuts.

Davies Looking For Podium Boost At Donington Park

Chaz Davies is hoping for an improved showing in Sunday’s second World Superbikes race at Donington Park after missing out in the first race.

Rhys Patchell Backed For Wales Role Despite Leinster Loss

Phil Bennett is backing Rhys Patchell to make the Wales No.10 shirt his own this summer – despite the Scarlets’ loss of their Guinness Pro 14 crown. Patchell was part of the Scarlets team overwhelmed 40-32 at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on Saturday, where the Irish province completed an historic Pro 14 and European Champions Cup double. Leo Cullen's men ran in five tries and Jonathan Sexton kicked 13 points as they became the first Celtic side to win the domestic and European Cup titles in the same season, a feat their 2011 and 2012 predecessors failed to achieve.

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South Wales To Host Opening Stage Of Tour Of Britain

The 2018 OVO Energy Tour of Britain will begin in South Wales for the first time as some of the... Read More

Wales' Games Hero Mould Relishing Racing In Aberystwyth

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Eluned King Set To Be Star On Road.... Or Track

By Rob Cole Has Welsh cycling unearthed a new star? Or is it Welsh athletics that is going to benefit from... Read More

Geraint Thomas Set For Crucial Time Trial At Tour of Romandy

Geraint Thomas heads into Friday’s tough time trial still in third spot at the Tour of Romandy in Switzerland. The... Read More

Geraint Thomas In Victory Hunt At Tour Of Romandy

Geraint Thomas is just four seconds off the lead at the Tour of Romandy in Switzerland. The Cardiff-born rider moved... Read More

Let's Hear It For The Girls

For the third Commonwealth Games in a row the Welsh women outperformed the men on the medal front, accounting for... Read More
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