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Seb Davies - A New Welsh Blend Of Taulupe Faletau and Ryan Jones

Seb Davies admits he has no role models as a No.8, but would be happy to base his game on Taulupe Faletau – the player Warren Gatland hopes he will one day challenge. Davies makes his first home Test appearance for Wales against Georgia on Saturday, but not in the role Cardiff Blues fans have seen him catch the eye as a ball-handling second row this season. Instead, the 21-year-old – who won his first two caps on tour against Tonga and Samoa this summer – will pack down at No.8.

Neil Warnock's Warriors Ready For The Big Sting

Goalkeeper Oliver Davies Tweets: "I've left Merthyr"

Scarlets Sign Rebel Steve Cummins As Cover For Tadhg Beirne

The Scarlets have signed Australian lock Steve Cummins from Super Rugby franchise Melbourne Rebels. The 25-year-old former Australia Under 20s forward is set to link up with the region at the end of November and will be seen as a replacement for Tadhg Beirne, who is returning to Ireland at the end of the season to join Munster. Cummins made 15 appearances for the Rebels in 2017 and was contracted through to next year but the Rebels have granted an early release.

Evans Looking Ahead Down Under

Elfyn Evans produced a battling display on the opening day of the season ending Rally Australia. The Dolgellau-born flier - competing for the first time since his maiden WRC win on Wales Rally GB earlier in November - finished in 10th spot.

Evans' Hong Kong Run Ended After Quarter-Final Battle

Tesni Evans saw her Hong Kong adventure come to an end in the quarter-finals. The 25-year-old had become the first Welsh woman to reach the last eight of a world series event.

Manager Gavin Williams Sticks With Crisis Club Merthyr

Dan's The Reluctant Daddy As Wales Kids Aim To Grow Up Fast

Dan Lydiate admits he is unsure he wants to be the daddy in charge of day care for the new Wales kids. The Ospreys flanker captains Wales against Georgia at the Principality Stadium on Saturday, an honour he feels comfortable with at the third time of asking. But when it is put to the 29-year-old he’s now the daddy in charge of a nursery-load of youngsters, he concedes with a frown: “I’m not sure I’m ready for that.

Leon Britton Is On The Path To The Manager's Seat, Says Paul Clement

Leon Britton has a managerial imprint that could one day see him take charge of Swansea City, according to the man currently in the hot seat. Paul Clement – occupying a set that is increasing in temperature and could become very uncomfortable if the Swans lose at Burnley on Saturday – believes Britton has what it takes to move from the field to the dug-out. The veteran midfielder joined Clement's coaching staff during the international break after Claude Makelele left to take over at Belgian club KAS Eupen.

Ferry Prepare Welsh Cup Surprise For Bellamy's Boys

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Leyton Maxwell's Cardiff Draconians Make JD Welsh Cup Progress

Cardiff Draconians, managed by former Cardiff City midfield player Leyton Maxwell, are off and running in the JD Welsh Cup. Joey... Read More

Leyton Maxwell's Cardiff Draconians Make JD Welsh Cup Progress

Cardiff Draconians, managed by former Cardiff City midfield player Leyton Maxwell, are off and running in the JD Welsh Cup. Joey... Read More

The Last Word: WPL Challengers Live Up To Expectations On Opening Weekend

This season’s JD Welsh Premier League title race will be the closest in years - if the opening weekend is... Read More

Ospreys, Scarlets, Dragons - Fine . . . But Don't Take The C-word Out Of The Blues

With the winds of change blowing through Welsh rugby this summer, there is now only one region left who carry... Read More

Rhyl Face Drop After Aberystwyth Defeat; Barry Town March On

Rhyl’s survival hopes were left in tatters on Good Friday after they were thumped 4-0 by relegation rivals Aberystwyth Town. The... Read More

Airbus On The Brink; Promotion Hopefuls Given Welsh Premier Green Light

Airbus UK will face certain relegation from the Dafabet Welsh Premier League this weekend if they lose at fellow relegation... Read More
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