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Wales To Win The World Cup? They'll Have To Survive The Cash-Counting Warm Ups, First

With another Grand Slam delivered, Warren Gatland now has his sights firmly on the World Cup in September. The build-up should have player welfare and team preparation at its heart. Instead, Robin Davey fears it’s mainly about the money. Grand Slam fever abounds in Wales and rightly so. The team's unforgettable achievement crowned a gripping Six Nations campaign on Saturday evening with that magnificent victory over Ireland. It lifted them to the number two ranked team in the world and gave inspirational coach Warren Gatland the third Slam of his career - one more than any other coach has achieved.

Ryan Giggs Insists "Woody's" Winner Shows Wales Have The Fighting Habit

Ryan Giggs insisted Wales will be better for the shadow cast’s dress rehearsal for their opening European Championship qualifier this weekend. The Wales manager saw a youthful team stumble over some of their lines, but stick to their task and finally beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 in their friendly at Wrexham. Ben Woodburn turned the ball home in the 91st minute to give Wales the victory ahead of their altogether more meaningful match against Slovakia on Sunday at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Players Want More Wales C Opportunities After Impressing Against England

Devils Title Ambition To Be Fully Tested In Scotland

Welsh D-Man Callum's Key Role In Phantoms Double

David Brooks, Harry Wilson And Daniel James Get Wales Mission And Are Told: It's Time To Step Up

Ryan Giggs has urged Gareth Bale’s Wales teammates to take some of the strain off their talisman as they head into their Euro 2020 qualification campaign. David Brooks, Harry Wilson and Daniel James are three exciting youngsters the Wales manager wants to step up and share the load – starting with tonight’s friendly with Trinidad and Tobago at Wrexham. Bale is just a few months short of his 30th birthday, but the Real Madrid striker remains Wales' main man ahead of Sunday's opening Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia in Cardiff.

Ex-Wales RL International Mick Murphy Has Died

Former Wales Rugby League international prop Mick Murphy has sadly died at the age of 77. Liverpool-born, Murphy was WRL heritage #294, winning five caps from 1975-79. This included three appearances in the 1975 Rugby League World Cup, one of which was the famous 25-24 win over New Zealand in Swansea - the last time that Wales beat the Kiwis at full international level in either rugby code.

Cardiff Fire Power To Ally Pally Away Success

Fourths Hit Eight To Add To Penarth’s Title Tally

Penarth Hockey Club has added a piece of unexpected silverware to its 2018-19 collection after the 4th XI claimed the De Cymru 3 division of the Verde Recreo League. PENARTH ‘C’ 8-2 Whitchurch ‘F’

"Second Rate" Gareth Anscombe Considers Harlequins Or Bath Move As Regional Turmoil Returns

Gareth Anscombe has warned that he and other Grand Slam winners are considering moves to England because of the regional chaos in Welsh rugby. The Wales No.10 has yet to agree a new deal with the Cardiff Blues with the instability of the domestic structure back on the agenda now the Six Nations is over. Anscombe, whose existing national dual contract expires at the end of this season, is a target for Gallagher Premiership clubs Bath and Harlequins.

Buildbase FA Trophy

Dragons Sign New Striker - And Loanee Returns

Wrexham will put Vanarama National League promotion thoughts to the back of their minds this Saturday when promotion rivals Leyton Orient visit North Wales for a Buildbase FA Trophy tie. The Dragons have suffered three successive League defeats, but are still right in the promotion mix and will focus on the... Read More

Martyrs Caught Up In Trophy Row - League Clash Off

Merthyr Town have been caught up in a Buildbase FA Trophy row and as a result their EvoStik Southern League fixture against Weymouth has been postponed. The fixture, scheduled for the MetCoaches Stadium in Merthyr, was called off because of Weymouth’s trophy clash with Needham Market. But Suffolk club Market then withdrew... Read More

Wrexham Earn Place In FA Trophy Second Round Draw

Wrexham eased into the FA Trophy second round thanks to three first half goals in their 3-0 home win against Boston United. Manager Graham Barrow made five changes from the FA Cup second-round replay defeat at Newport and said afterwards: “All I said to the players was we’ve been boasting a... Read More

Martyrs Join Basingstoke In Tribute To Loyal Club Man

Basingstoke and Merthyr Town will pay tribute to a man who dedicated his life to football when they clash at the Camrose on Saturday. Alan Turvey, a Basingstoke vice-president, has passed away at the age of 85 and the teams will observe a minute’s silence before kick-off. He started his career in... Read More

Martyrs Sussed In Sussex And Out Of The Trophy

Merthyr Town crashed out of the Buildbase FA Trophy, slipping to a bitterly disappointing 2-0 defeat against Lewes.  Player-manager Gavin Williams included himself among the substiututes and went on during the second half along with Ryan Prosser and Corey Jenkins. But Sussex hosts Lewes had the edge and won thanks to first... Read More

Martyrs Ready For Trophy Leap Into Dripping Pan

Merthyr Town are ready for their leap from Southern League football into the Dripping Pan. The Martyrs travel to face Sussex club Lewes, who play at the Dripping Pan Stadium, in the Buildbase FA Trophy on Saturday. Manager Gavin Williams and his players won 3-2 at Farnborough in the last round to... Read More
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