Brad Davies has warned his Ospreys players they must withstand an Ulster onslaught in their Guinness Pro 14 play-off for a European Champions spot. The region’s defence coach believes the Irish province will try and blow the Ospreys away in the early stages when they meet at the Kingspan Stadium on Sunday. The match will determine which team takes the final place in Europe’s premier tournament next season and Davies says it will be test of the Ospreys’ ability not so succumb under pressure.
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.
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.
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