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Aberthin-Based Briac Earns Second Win In Seven Days

Exclusive: Jenny Nesbitt Hoping The Bells Continue To Toll For Her Rivals In 2019

Exclusive by Owen Morgan Many people welcome the New Year as an opportunity for a change in fortunes. But athlete Jenny Nesbitt is delighted the form she displayed right up until the final hours of 2018 is already continuing into 2019. Nesbitt rang out the old year in fine style by winning the 60th anniversary edition of the prestigious Nos Galan race in Mountain Ash on New Year’s Eve.

Devils' Danger Man Layne Just Loves Winning Trophies

Wales Rally Ace Matt Edwards Will Defend BRC Title With M-Sport

Matt Edwards will defend his British Rally Championship title with M-Sport this season. The 34-year-old has been confirmed by the Cumbria-based outfit as one of the drivers as it looks for a fourth straight BRC crown having proved dominant on the gravel and asphalt last year.

Captain Nia And Her Dragons Ready For Stars Test

Emiliano Sala . . . A Cardiff City Fan Hoping For A Proper Miracle, No Longer A Footballing One

As the search continues for Cardiff City’s new striker Emiliano Sala and the pilot of his aircraft, Bluebirds fan Josh Thomas gives a personal perspective. From feelings of excitement at his signing, to dread when he heard the news, and the sadness for those who wanted to welcome him. Around 1:30am this morning, I received a message from my friend telling me that a plane had gone missing over Alderney in the Channel Islands. The plane – he continued - was on a journey from Nantes, a city in Northern France, to Wales and our capital city of Cardiff.

Bangor, Rhyl Aiming To Close In On Alliance Leaders

Ken Choo: Cardiff City Shocked And Praying For Emiliano Sala

Ken Choo has said Cardiff City are praying for positive news after being left shocked after Emiliano Sala's plane went missing on route from Nantes to Cardiff. The French Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed that the club's £15million record signing was on board the Piper Malibu light aircraft which lost contact over the Channel Islands on Monday night. Sala was due to train with his new team-mates for the first time at their Vale of Glamorgan headquarters this morning but training was cancelled following the shock news.

Chris Hardy's Double Helps Bears Share Eight Goal Thriller With League Leaders

Penarth Hockey Club continued their strong start to 2019 with points for two of the three teams in Verde Recreo League action last weekend. PENARTH 4-4 Ashmoor The 1st XI welcomed league leaders Ashmoor to Stanwell, determined to continue their good run of results having been unbeaten since the opening week in December.

Fears Grow For Emiliano Sala As It Is Confirmed He Was On Missing Flight

Cardiff City are seeking clarification amid 'genuine concern' for Emiliano Sala after a plane went missing between France and Cardiff. A sea search was launched yesterday after the Piper Malibu light aircraft was reported missing on a flight between Nantes and the Welsh capital.

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Beaten Mark Williams Admits: I Need To Start Practising

Mark Williams has confessed he has work ahead of him if he is to avoid an embarrassing defence of his snooker world title. Wales’ world champion of the green baize crashed out of the Masters tournament on Tuesday night and admitted he had hardly practised prior to the event. Neil... Read More

Mark Williams Is Heading Back To The Top . . . Two Decades On

Mark Williams believes he is as good now as he’s ever been as he climbs back towards the number one spot in the world. The Welshman moved to the No.2 spot in the snooker rankings – behind only Mark Selby – after winning the World Open in China last Sunday... Read More

Mark Williams Puts Wales Back On Top Of The Snooker World . . . And That's The Naked Truth

After one of the greatest finals in its history, Mark Williams is world snooker champion again after beating John Higgins, 18-16 at the Crucible. It’s a comeback story to end them all – bridging a 15 year gap since 43-year-old Williams last won the title. It also continues Wales’ proud... Read More

Mark Williams Is Rolling Back The Years And Could Become The Oldie With The Goldie

The last time Mark Williams was snooker world champion, Swansea City were at the bottom of the Football League, Robert Earnshaw was scoring 30 goals in League Two for Cardiff City, and Steve Hansen was still the Wales rugby coach. But as Simon Kendal-Williams reports, sometimes the clocks can go... Read More

Mark Williams: I Was Poor, But I'm In The Last Eight

By Simon Kendal-Williams Mark Williams booked his place in the quarter-finals of the Betfred World Snooker Championship for only the second time in eight years with a convincing win over Robert Milkins. Having established a 10-6 lead over the weekend, Williams ensured an early Monday night finish at the Crucible, dropping only one further frame... Read More

Mark Williams Carrying Welsh Flag Alone At The Crucible

Mark Williams is the last Welshman standing at the Crucible as the Betfred World Snooker Championship enters its second week. Williams holds a 5-3 lead over Gloucester’s Robert Milkins in their second-round clash, but Jamie Jones is out after a comprehensive defeat to Kyren Wilson. The 30-year-old entered the final... Read More
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