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Jog On, Jake Heyward . . . The Welsh Kid Who's Run Past Coe, Ovett And Cram . . . And Now His Own Coach

How good is Welsh middle distance runner Jake Heyward? Good enough to be faster at 19 than Seb Coe, Steve Ovett and Steve Cram. That’s how good. Rob Cole tracks the Welsh teenager’s latest milestone. You would have thought the tension would be running high at the Team Thie track sessions this week after Jake Heyward’s latest personal best performance, but not a bit of it. Having seen his most talented teenager overtake him in the Welsh 1500 metre rankings with a magnificent 3 min, 36.90 sec time at the IAAF Diamond League Anniversary Games in London last weekend, there was one simple question to put to coach Thie – happy or fuming?

Machynys Attracts Strong Entry For Welsh Championship

Over 100 players will take part in this year’s Welsh Amateur Championship, to be held at the Jack Nicklaus designed Machynys Peninsula Golf Club. David Wilson, championship manager for Wales Golf, said, “We are delighted to be able to bring the Welsh Amateur Championship to Machynys.

James Tomlinson Leads Wales Youngsters In Swansea Showdown

Some of Wales’ most promising athletics talent will be competing against the best young stars from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland at an international match in Swansea on Wednesday night. Wales Under-20s and Wales Schools will take on three England regional U-20 teams along with Scotland U-20s at Swansea University Athletics Stadium. Among those selected for the Wales Under-20s is James Tomlinson, who recently represented Great Britain in the discus at the World Junior Championships in Finland.

An Audience With Nicky Grist At Theatr Brycheiniog

A one-man, one-night-only, show takes place this Friday at Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon, when Nicky Grist takes to the stage to talk about his career as one of the world’s top rally navigators. He’s often been told that he should write a book about his career, but in reality running Nicky Grist Motorsports and supporting British rallying doesn’t even give him enough time to accept all the after dinner speaking engagements he’s invited to do – so getting Grist to sit down and recall some of his famous rallying stories is a rare thing indeed! But on Friday (27 July), starting at 19.30, rally fans will have Grist’s undivided attention when he regales some of his incredible, funny and spectacular high-speed memories of co-driving for the likes of Dave Metcalfe, Malcolm Wilson, Mikael Ericsson, Armin Schwarz, Juha Kankkunen and Colin McRae.

Coach Lee Reckons His Wales Squad Are Willing And Ible

Wales Under 18 head coach Lee Ible is hoping the second half fightback against tournament favourites Scotland by his side at the EuroHockey Youth Championships II in Cardiff will be the catalyst for some big wins in their upcoming games. Wales trailed by three goals a minute into the second half against the accomplished Scots at Sophia Gardens, but hit back brilliantly with two goals from senior cap Rhys Bradshaw and another from Miles Margetson to secure a priceless point on their opening night.

The Rhondda Dream Is Forming Again . . . Only This Time It's Netball

Rugby, football and boxing are the sports synonymous with the Rhondda Valley, but netball’s progress has often been denied through lack of opportunity. Not any more. Graham Thomas reports on a rousing Rhondda success story. The Celtic Dragons may have had their fires doused after another season of struggle in the Vitality Netball Superleague, but something is stirring in the sport at Welsh grass roots level. Nestled high in the Rhondda Valley at Gelli is the beating heart of Rhondda Netball where mass participation has become a crusade and the long-term vision has echoes of a previous effort to re-shape the sporting landscape.

Ralls Ready To Pay The Penalty For Premier Bluebirds

Stand-in Quarterback Ends Two-Year Retirement to Lead South Wales Warriors to First Divisional Title in 11 Years

David Pruett thought he’d played his last game of American Football two years ago but an unexpected turn of events on Sunday saw him lead the South Wales Warriors to their first divisional title since 2007. The officially retired quarterback, and one-time head coach of the Llanharan-based side, was on the sideline, without having even put on his shoulder pads, just in case he should be needed in the crunch clash with the Torbay Trojans to decide the winner of the British American Football League (BAFA) Division Two South West title. The emergency call came midway in the second quarter at the Dairy Field when starting QB Dean Jackson limped out after injuring his knee while adding the two-point conversion to Warren Coombes’ 70-yard punt return that had put the home side two touchdowns ahead following a nervy opening quarter. 

Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey Fixtures For 2018-19 Confirmed

England Win Students Title In Sardis Road Bruiser

England won their 12th Student Home Nations title after beating Wales 36-8 in Pontypridd on Sunday. The Saes only needed a draw to clinch the title, with Wales, who were confined to third place following the defeat, needing a 45-point win.

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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