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Joey Haddad's Wraparound Delight For Cardiff Devils

Creed Ends World Squash Champions In Winning Style

Dewi Griffiths To Lead Five Star Welsh Show

No fewer than five Welsh athletes have made the 40-strong British team to compete at the European Cross Country Championships in Samorin, Slovakia on Sunday, 10 December. Leading the way will be Dewi Griffiths in the senior men’s race, while Melissa Courtney is included in the Mixed Relay squad that will compete for the first time.

Christian Malcolm Races To Coach Of The Year Prize

Christian Malcom was used to picking up medals during his outstanding career on the track, but now the four-time Olympic sprinter has been honoured for his coaching ability. In conjunction with Stephen Maguire and Benke Blomkvist, Malcolm was named as the High Performance Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards 2017 in London.

Bring On The Big Guns Says Newport County Manager

Time To #FearTheBeard Again At Merthyr Town

Flames Next Up After Devils Earn Third Successive Win

Warren Gatland Ready To Plead Underdog Again As Trial By Six Nations Awaits

Warren Gatland will go into the Six Nations with Wales just where he wants them – mocked or ignored or unfancied. The autumn series may have been saved from negative equity on Wales’ part by a narrow victory over South Africa, but that has convinced few people that Gatland’s team are anything but outsiders for the tournament that begins in eight weeks’ time. The bookies have Wales as fourth favourites behind England, Ireland and Scotland, with only France and Italy fancied less.

Lewis Oliva Rides To A Career High As He Takes Silver In Canada

Lewis Oliva became the latest Welsh cyclist to pick up a medal at the World Cup track cycling as he produced the best result of his career to win silver in the keirin in Canada. Already this winter Jon Mould, Elinor Barker and Manon Lloyd have enjoyed medal success on the boards and Oliva, studying to become a doctor at Cardiff University, joined them with the race of his life. The 2014 Welsh Commonwealth Games representative had earlier won the British keirin title this year.

Jordan Hart's Bid For Home Title Final Ends Just Short

Jordan Hart’s dream of winning on home soil came unstuck on the final day of the Yonex Welsh Badminton International in Cardiff. The Welsh No 1 reached the semi-finals after despatching the No 5 seed, France’s Yaelle Hoyaux (21-18, 21-9), in the last eight. Earlier she had beaten Ireland’s Rachael Darragh (21-14, 21-13) and taken a mere 16 minutes to overpower England’s Emily Beach (21-4, 21-9). Seeded No 3, Hart’s success meant she had to meet India’s No 1 seed Tanvi Lad in the semi-finals. She gave her a tougher than expected time in the first game, finally going down 21-18, before losing the second game 21-9.

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