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Wales will face France in a friendly in Paris next month, the Football Association of Wales announced on Tuesday. Chris Coleman's side missed out on a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia after finishing third in their qualifying group, their final game ending in a 1-0 defeat by Ireland.

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Welsh Marathon Marvel Caryl Jones Making Strides Towards Gold Coast

Caryl Jones threw her name into the hat for Commonwealth Games marathon selection with a brilliant debut over the 26.2 mile distance in Amsterdam as she ran third fastest time ever recorded by a Welsh woman. Her finishing time of 2:34.16 was well inside the ‘A’ standard for the Gold Coast of 2:37.00 and earned her 11th place in the women’s race in one of the fastest marathons of the year.

Warren Gatland Says Lions Critic Sean O'Brien Was 'In The Shape Of His Life'

Warren Gatland has defended his Lions training methods and claimed he helped get Sean O’Brien into the “best shape of his life”. The Wales coach has responded for the first time to criticism from Ireland and Lions flanker O’Brien that training routines were overdone in the build-up to the first Test against New Zealand this summer and that the tourists should have gone on to win rather than draw the series.

Cardiff Arms Park: Time To Re-Divide The Slice Of The Pie

The future of Cardiff Arms Park is still less clear than the contents of a Clark’s Pie. Rob Cole peers under the crust and says there is plenty to chew on, but one side has to be prepared to swallow hard. Ever since Richard Holland took over as the chief executive at Cardiff Blues just over six years ago his in-tray has been dominated by one issue – the re-development of Cardiff Arms Park. Seen as the way to inject much needed cash into the ailing Blues, plans for a £150m regeneration scheme cannot move forward unless the Cardiff Athletic Club agrees to assign the lease on the Arms Park to the Blues for the next 150 years.

Warren Gatland Says Rhys Webb Has Big Call To Make - Cash Or Caps

Wales coach Warren Gatland believes Rhys Webb may decide to back out of his move to France in order to keep playing for Wales. Webb will become the biggest casualty of the Welsh Rugby Union’s new selection policy which will permit players outside of Wales, only if they have 60 caps or are already there under contract. The change, announced on Monday, means Webb will no longer be eligible for selection if he goes ahead with his planned move from the Ospreys to Toulon as he only has 28 caps.

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Cardiff Arms Park: Time To Re-Divide The Slice Of The Pie

The future of Cardiff Arms Park is still less clear than the contents of a Clark’s Pie. Rob Cole peers... Read More

Warren Gatland Says Rhys Webb Has Big Call To Make - Cash Or Caps

Wales coach Warren Gatland believes Rhys Webb may decide to back out of his move to France in order to... Read More

Leigh Halfpenny In The Mood For Mourad Pay Back

The Scarlets begin their European campaign in France on Sunday. Rob Cole says Leigh Halfpenny will be among the points-scorers,... Read More

Neil Warnock Insists High-flying Bluebirds Can Remain Stress Free

Neil Warnock insists his Cardiff City side can continue to wear leadership lightly when the face Birmingham City on Friday... Read More

Time To Knock Some Heads Together To Get Player Welfare On Euro Agenda

European rugby is back, but Robin Davey believes poor scheduling and some poor form means the Welsh regions will struggle... Read More

Wales Football v Wales Rugby, Or Can't We Just Be Together And Stronger

Wales’ World Cup campaign is over. The autumn rugby internationals are about to begin. Which team – football or rugby... Read More
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