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Welsh Wizards Intent On Big Performance When Warwick Come To South Wales In January

Dragons' Dean Ryan Wants More Cash . . . But Not For Players' Wages

Dean Ryan insists there is plenty of untapped potential at the Dragons but has warned they won’t move forward without increased investment. Former Gloucester and Worcester boss Ryan was appointed director of rugby at Rodney Parade last summer following the sacking of his predecessor Bernard Jackman. The Dragons have more often than not been the poor relations to the other Welsh regions but Ryan is desperate to reverse that particular trend.

Captain Joey Leads Devils To Fifth Successive Win

Royal Anglesey YC Shortlisted For Top UK Award

Members at The Royal Anglesey Yacht Club are celebrating becoming the only Welsh club among 10 finalists shortlisted for the UK boating club of the year. The annual RYA and Yachts and Yachting Club of the Year Award, supported by Gallagher, recognises the outstanding achievement of sailing clubs across the UK and promotes the hard work and dedication that goes into running a successful club. The Beaumaris-based club has been key in supporting the sailing of classic yachts, developing youth sailing on the North Wales coast as well as starting a successful rowing section.

High Five! Dragons Complete Superleague Signings

Neil Harris Turns Up The Volume . . . And Vows Bluebirds Can Make Some Noise At Leeds United

Neil Harris has promised Cardiff City fans his players can make amends for their first defeat under his management by shocking Leeds United on Saturday. The Bluebirds will be huge 9-1 outsiders at Elland Road after succumbing to a tame 2-1 loss at Brentford on Wednesday night. Goals from Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins had given Brentford a deserved lead. Cardiff launched a fightback when Marlon Pack's pile-driver made it 2-1 on the hour, but they could not find an equaliser.

Former Scarlet Stephen Leonard Leads Light Blues . . . Then Back To The Day Job Seeking Cure For Cancer

Stephen Leonard will follow in some illustrious Welsh footsteps when the Cambridge skipper leads out the Light Blues in the 138th Varsity Match at Twickenham today (Thurs). The former Llandovery College pupil has graduated into a back row regular at Grange Road and will win his third Blue at the home of English rugby, captaining a side that boasts 99 caps in the second row split between former Aussie James Horwill and Springbok giant Flip van der Merwe. A rugby player in his free time, Leonard’s day job as a PhD student is working on a project to try to find ways of fighting cancer. It is important work that will keep him at Cambridge until 2024.

Swans Boss Steve Cooper Claims Four Howlers Ref Should Drop Three Divisions

Steve Cooper claimed referee Jeremy Simpson will be dropped three levels after making four big mistakes during Swansea City’ 1-1 draw at home to Blackburn Rovers. The Swans manager gave both barrels to the experienced 44-year-old official who sent off a player from either side as the Swans’ winless run was extended to six matches. As well as the two controversial dismissals, Cooper also felt Simpson had ignored a Swansea penalty claim for handball and got another call wrong when striker Sam Surridge was pushed in the penalty area.

Julie's Netball Legacy 'The Welsh Way' Proving Massive Boost For Wales Heading Into The New Year

Dewi Griffiths And Melissa Courtney Top Welsh Athletics' Tree

More than 40 Welsh athletes have been named for various levels of funding and support to help them achieve their ambitions of competing at major global championships. Welsh Athletics have named 41 athletes on their Commonwealth Games funding programmes, including 20 young up and coming stars on their Commonwealth Games Futures programme. Meanwhile, endurance runners Dewi Griffiths and Melissa Courtney have been named on the British Athletics Olympic World Class programme. Rising stars Jeremiah Azu and James Tomlinson are named in the Olympic Futures Academy.

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Welsh Weightlifters Power Their Way To Staggering Treble Silver In Samoa

National coach Ray Williams hailed a staggering treble silver haul by Welsh weightlifters at the Commonwealth Championships in Samoa. Commonwealth Games champ Gareth Evans led the way with a British record breaking display to finish second in the 67kg category. And the future of the sport looks assured with 15-year-old Josh Lynch... Read More

Samoa Delight For Hannah And Catrin As Both Power Their Way To Medal Glory

Hannah Powell and Catrin Jones got Wales'... Read More

Just Champion: How A Holyhead Gym Pulls Its Weight In More Ways Than One

It may not look like it from the outside, but it has become Wales' House of Champions. A single-story concrete building on the edge of playing fields, it is where the first gold medal of the 2016 Commonwealth Games was mined. The Holyhead and Anglesey Weightlifting & Fitness Centre (HAWFC)... Read More

Gareth Leads Way As Weightlifters Flex Their Muscles Ahead Of Samoa Test

Gareth Evans broke the British record in Coventry to lead the way as Welsh weightlifters sharpened up for the Commonwealth Championships in Samoa next month. Wales' Commonwealth Games champion produced a snatch of 131kg to claim the record with his combined total of 286kg also a new British best in... Read More

Gareth Evans Powers His Way To Hat-Trick Of British Records

Gareth Evans made a record-breaking start to the new 67kg category as he lifted his way to three British bests at the European Championships in Georgia. The Holyhead-based lifter - who won Commonwealth Games gold at 69kg in Australia last year - produced a snatch of 125Kg - 10kg on the... Read More

Sweet Georgia Powell: Hannah In British Record Breaking Form

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