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Ralph Ready To Help Fire Dragons To World Cup

Young Bluebirds Power Into Welsh Cup Last 16

Young Bluebirds Battle To Earn Under-23 Draw In Suffolk

Geraint Ready To Shed The Pounds In Search Of More Tour De France Glory

Geraint Thomas admits he is a bit fatter and wife, Sara, is getting fed-up of him being around as he savoured his Tour de France victory that confirmed his place in Welsh sporting history. Now he is relishing getting back on his bike in anger and beginning the long training rides as he prepares to defend the Yellow Jersey next July.

Blues Uruguay Clash Hands World Cup Spying Chance To Gatland

Warren Gatland will get the chance to run the rule over two of next year’s World Cup opponents this week with Uruguay playing against Cardiff Blues tonight and the Wallabies coming to the Principality Stadium on Saturday night. The Uruguayans conceded 10 tries on their first visit to the Welsh capital when they crashed to a 66-22 defeat to Wales A at the Millennium Stadium on 24 November, 2001.

Cheika Told Only Clean Sweep Will Do As Wales And Australia Look To Lay Down World Cup Marker

Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle has certainly heaped the pressure on Wallaby coach Michael Cheika by suggesting his side’s ‘pass mark’ for this month will be a clean-sweep of their three games in Europe. Having been beaten for the ninth time in their past 12 games by the mighty All Blacks in Yokohama two weekends ago the Aussies landed in London on Saturday night shortly after Wales had polished off Scotland at the Principality Stadium.

Devils Select Clan For Challenge Cup Quarter-Finals

£3million Barrier Smashed By Fundraisers At Cardiff Half Marathon

Charity fundraisers smashed the £3million barrier at the 2018 Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon. Wales’ largest mass-participation event welcomed almost 20,000 runners and 60,000 spectators to the capital city on Sunday 7 October.

Smyth Set For Debut As Wales Women Begin Autumn Campaign

Ospreys full-back Lauren Smyth will make her debut when Wales Women get their three-Test autumn series campaign underway against South Africa on Saturday in Cardiff. (Cardiff Arms Park, 11.30am). Head coach Rowland Phillips' side will also face Hong Kong next Friday (16 November) and Canada on Saturday 24 November in the biggest autumn series for the women ever.

Bears Admit More Homework Needed After Mixed Weekend

Penarth Hockey Club 1st XI admit that they have homework to do after succumbing to a fourth Verde Recreo Premiership defeat at Cardiff University, but there were better results for the club’s other sides on a packed weekend. Cardiff University  5-3  PENARTH Frustrated by their loss to Cheltenham the previous weekend, the 1st XI travelled across the capital to face Cardiff University on match day five of the 2018-19 Verde Recreo Premiership campaign.

Andy Strong

What Do Bears Do In Summer? Travel Europe Playing Hockey If They're From Penarth

It might have been the off-season for some, but members of Penarth Hockey Club were all over the map as... Read More

Joyce HIts Four In Penarth Seconds Romp

With the 1st XI’s midweek game in Bath falling victim to the remnants of the recent wintry weather, and the... Read More

Baker's Triple Cooks Up Sweet Success For Penarth

On a weekend of high-scoring games involving all four sides, Penarth Hockey Club 1st XI took another important step towards... Read More

Small Margins In Big Wins For Penarth

Penarth Hockey Club’s two most senior sides clinched vital victories by a single goal at the weekend, strengthening their position... Read More

Ill-Disciplined Penarth Caned By Students

Penarth Hockey Club’s 1st XI suffered a rare reverse in their bid for three successive promotions, but there were positive... Read More

Bears Have Winning Feeling

With the high-flying 1st XI kicking their heels thanks to their opponents’ cup commitments, it was left to the lower... Read More
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