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Davies Moves Into Second Spot In World Championships Battle

Chaz Davies survived a first lap incident to move into second place in the World Superbikes standings in Jerez. The Knighton-born rider was involved in a collision with Eugene Laverty on the first lap of the race on Sunday, but was able to get back to the pits.

Devils Coach Brutally Honest After Stunning Defeat

Merthyr Town Suffer In Defeat At Hitchin's Top Field

Reluctant Referee Makes Newport County Pay Penalty

Neil Warnock Looked Away When Ralls Fired Winner

Jones Enjoys Golden Return To London

Jade Jones made it a golden double for Wales with victory in the Taekwondo World Grand Prix in London. The Flint fighter beat world champion Ah-Reum Lee 31-14 in the -57kg final to follow-up Lauren Williams’ stunning victory 24 hours earlier.

Davies Poised To Pounce On Sykes in World Superbikes Battle

Chaz Davies is creeping up on Tom Sykes in the battle to finish runner-up in World Superbikes after a cat-and-mouse battle with his rival in Jerez. The Knighton-born rider finished second in race one on the Spanish track on Saturday just ahead of Sykes.

Michael Flynn Searching For New Attacking Outlet

Williams Rocks The Box To Strike Grand Prix Gold

Lauren Williams produced the biggest win of her career as she struck gold at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in London. The Blackwood Belter beat reigning world champ Nur Tatar and a former world champ in Ruth Gbagbi at the Copper Box Arena.

Wayne Pivac Admits Winless Scarlets Need Others To Stumble

Scarlets coach Wayne Pivac has admitted his team already need favours elsewhere if they are to make any impact in this season’s European Champions Cup. The Guinness Pro12 title holders were given a lesson in control and wet weather proficiency by Bath on Friday night as the English club won 18-13 at Parc Y Scarlets. It means the Scarlets have now lost both their opening two matches, normally the kiss of death for any team hoping to make it through to the quarter-finals.

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