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Scot Craig's Return Adds Extra Intensity For Devils

Eleven-Year-Old Jenkins Is A Bobby Dazzler

Eleven-year-old Bobby Jenkins became the youngest ever winner of a monthly medal in Milford Haven golf club – after starting to play thanks to the New2Golf scheme. His victory came just two months after he became the youngest ever competitor in the club’s monthly medal for members of all ages, winning with a gross 82 off a handicap of 18.

Walker Names 30-Man Training Squad For RLEF Under19 European Champs

Wales under 19 coach Anthony Walker has named a 30-man training squad in preparation for the RLEF Under 19 European Championships in Serbia this August. No fewer than 16 clubs are represented with players plying their trade in Super League, Championship, League 1, domestic Welsh and English community sides.

Price Looking To Strike More Gold In Sofia

Lauren Price will be chasing more medal glory at the European Women’s Boxing Championships in Sofia. The Bargoed fighter struck an historic gold at the Commonwealth Games in Australia in April.

Warren Gatland Tells Shaun Edwards He Would Be Free To Join England Before World Cup

Warren Gatland has said he won’t block Shaun Edwards if his assistant chooses to leave Wales for England before the World Cup. Edwards – who has spent a decade alongside Gatland in the Wales coaching set-up – has a contract with the Welsh Rugby Union that runs to the end of the tournament next year. But the defence specialist is on England’s radar as they seek a replacement for Paul Gustard, who joined Harlequins last week.

WPL Transfer Roundup: TNS Make Another New Signing… And They Aren't Done Yet

Jenkins Skippers Wales For First Time Against South Africa

Ellis Jenkins will captain Wales for the first time on Saturday when he leads his country against South Africa in Washington D.C. The former Wales U20 skipper will line up alongside Seb Davies and Ross Moriarty in the back-row as Wales take on the Springboks in their opening summer tour encounter.

Spring Chicken Springboks And Pumped-Up Pumas Ready To Feast On Weakened Wales

Feeling optimistic about Wales’ chances of success on tour this summer and for the sport to inspire a new audience in the USA? Don’t worry, Robin Davey is here to throw a cup of ice cold realism in your expectant little face. A seriously under-strength Wales team is now set for three matches on their summer tour, one of which has descended into farce while the other two could be huge wake-up calls. Wales did finish second in the Six Nations Championship, but the side they will field against South Africa and twice against Argentina bears no resemblance to that line-up.

Wales Kids Beat Wallabies And Confidence Is Cai High, Says Skipper Tommy Reffell

Wales skipper Tommy Reffell says his team are ready to mix it with New Zealand after Cai Evans inspired them to an historic victory over Australia at the U20 World Cup. Reffell’s team beat the Junior Wallabies 26-21 in their tournament opener in France at the World Rugby U20 Championship, more commonly still known as the junior World Cup. It was a magnificent result for interim head coach Geraint Lewis and his team who had never before beaten the Aussies at this tournament.

Cardiff AAC On The Marks To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Cardiff Amateur Athletics Club marks its 50th anniversary on Saturday by hosting some of the sport’s top British clubs at the city’s International Sports Campus in Leckwith. The British Athletics League Premier Division fixture will double up as a celebration of the club’s formation in 1968 when local clubs Roath Harriers and Birchgrove Harriers joined forces to form Cardiff AAC.

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Scot Craig's Return Adds Extra Intensity For Devils

Fiercely competitive Scottish forward Craig Moore is the fifth signing for Cardiff Devils. The former Dundee Stars player missed most of... Read More