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Selby Loses World Title After Shock Defeat

Lee Selby lost his IBF world featherweight title after a shock defeat against Josh Warrington at Elland Road in Leeds. The Barry fighter was beaten in a split decision 116-112 115-113 113-115 after a bruising battle.

Arter Powers To 10k PB To Clinch European Championships Spot

Charlotte Arter booked her place on Britain’s European Championships team with a stunning 10,000m personal best on Saturday. The Cardiff AAC runner clocked 32minutes 15.71 seconds when finishing third at the European 10,000m Cup and British Championships in London.

Rhyl Rocket Tesni Dreaming Of World Title Squash Glory - And Love For Rafa Drives Her Towards Success

Tigers Too Strong For Knights

Torfaen Tigers won their second game in a row in the Welsh Premier League but they were given a scare in the first half by a competitive Llanelli Knights side, playing in the first game at senior level after replacing West Wales Raiders in the competition. Llanelli made the best possible start when an Aaron Lewis try and goal gave them a 6-0 lead.

Dragons Focus On Big Finish To Superleague Season

Bridgend Athletic Bid To Defend Title Against Pontypridd

Bridgend Athletic are looking to hold onto their Principality National Youth League title this weekend (Saturday) as they take on Pontypridd at Rodney Parade (7.00pm). Having successfully retained their Ospreys A league crown, the Bridgend side duly saw off Scarlets regional champions Crymych 33-19 in Carmarthen to make it back-to-back finals. If they can hold onto their title it would be the perfect tribute to Bridgend Athletic co-founder Clive Easterbrook, who died earlier this month and was laid to rest this week.

Rob Evans Says Scarlets Are Set On Dublin Mission After Euro Failure

Rob Evans says the Scarlets are driven by a thirst for revenge as they prepare to head back to Dublin next weekend. The Wales prop was a tryscorer as his team outclassed Glasgow, 28-13, at Scotstoun in a devastating display of counter-punching rugby to win their Guinness Pro14 play-off semi-final. It means another visit to the Aviva Stadium for the final, scene of their Pro12 title triumph last year, but where they also came to grief against Leinster, 38-16, in last month's European Champions Cup semi-final.

Evans Back To His Best In Portugal

Welsh Ace Tesni Battles In Five-Game Open Thriller

Giggs Says 'Come And See Welsh Football Future'

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Matthew Maynard's Heartfelt Tribute Points The Way To Stronger Bonds Of Affinity For Glamorgan

Glamorgan made a bold effort at T20 glory at Edgbaston last weekend, but were undone by a county with a... Read More

Matthew Maynard's Heartfelt Tribute Points The Way To Stronger Bonds Of Affinity For Glamorgan

Glamorgan made a bold effort at T20 glory at Edgbaston last weekend, but were undone by a county with a... Read More

Jacques Rudolph Insists Future Can Be Bright For Glamorgan Despite T20 Heartbreak

Jacques Rudolph bowed out of one-day cricket insisting Glamorgan can be proud of their efforts despite an agonising defeat to... Read More

Robert Croft Vows Glamorgan Are Ready For A Final Blast

Robert Croft believes Glamorgan can keep their bandwagon rolling in Birmingham on Saturday – right up to the pick-up point... Read More