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Graham Potter Blasts Soft Swansea As Play-Off Chances Suffer Big Blow

Sheffield Wednesday 3 Swansea City 1 Graham Potter branded his Swansea City side 'soft' as their chances of challenging for the play-offs suffered a major blow at Sheffield Wednesday. The Swans paid for some poor defending as the Owls hit them for three goals in the first-half. Adam Reach struck a double - the second after Declan John's woeful attempted clearance - with Steven Fletcher netting with a spectacular overhead kick.

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Evan Hoyt Hoping For A Super Saturday In Glasgow After Seeing Off Top Seed

Llanelli's Evan Hoyt faces a super Saturday in Scotland after breezing into the singles semi-final and doubles final at the ITF World Tennis Tour $25,000 tournament in Glasgow. The right-hander is scheduled to play Germany's Jeremy Jahn in the last four of the singles in the morning at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre. Then, in the afternoon, he partners fellow Brit Luke Johnson in the doubles final against American pairing Tom Fawcett and Alexander Ritschard.

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Nigel Edwards First Welshman Tokyo Bound In 2020

Nigel Edwards has become the first Welshman to book his ticket to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The 50-year-old former World No 2 amateur golfer, who made history by captaining three successive British Walker Cup teams in 2015, has been announced as the Team Leader for the Team GB golf team in Japan next year when they will be aiming to repeat the gold medal triumph of Justin Rose in Rio 2016.

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