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Dai Greene Bids For Chance To Return To World's Top Table

More than 40 Welsh athletes travel to Birmingham this weekend in search of PBs, British titles and places on the plane to Doha for next month's World Athletics Championships. The Alexander Stadium hosts a star-studded line up for the Muller British Athletics Championships and world trials across Saturday and Sunday. Welsh competitors who hit the World Championships standards and finish in the top two in each event will guarantee a Great Britain team place alongside countryman Dewi Griffiths, who has already been selected to contest the marathon in Doha.

Regan Grace To Keep The Welsh Flag Flying High For Saints At Wembley

Regan Grace will be hoping to maintain a great Welsh tradition when he runs out at Wembley Stadium for the Challenge Cup final this weekend. The young Welsh wing has already helped St. Helens to win the Super League’s League Leaders Shield and now he is eyeing up a first Challenge Cup winners medal against Warrington Wolves. He scored in two of his side’s three games to get to Wembley and the 22-year-old has notched 19 in 27 outings this year.

Neil Warnock Insists Lee Tomlin Has Never Been Worked So Hard In His Life

Lee Tomlin’s re-awakening at Cardiff City has come after the hardest summer of his life, according to manager Neil Warnock. The controversial midfielder turned in a convincing claim for more game time on Wednesday night as he laid for the foundations for the Bluebirds’ 2-1 victory over Huddersfield. Tomlin has made just six league starts for the club since he joined from Bristol City in a £2.9m move from Bristol City two years ago.

Cole Closes In On All-Time 23 Epynt Rally Win Record

Damian Cole has a chance of winning his twenty-third rally on Epynt this weekend – and in doing so equal the astonishing all-time winning record set by John Price, that has stood for almost 20 years. For the best part of three decades, Price was the master of Epynt; the man to beat over the undulating and unforgiving narrow asphalt roads of the military range, high above Sennybridge. Having retired from competition, Price’s amazing achievement looked unbeatable – until now!

Wilson Picks It . . . In Midnight's Hour

Wales’ Georgia Wilson is celebrating after winning silver for Great Britain in her first senior championships at the European Para-dressage Championships in Rotterdam. The 23-year-old from Wrexham, riding Midnight, finished second behind multi-Paralympian Pepo Puch from Austria, on Sailor’s Blue. Wilson’s score of 73.47% secured Britain’s first medal of the championships before she paid tribute to her trainer Sophie Wells.

Aaron Wainwright Is The Wales Bolter Who Can Hit The Target

The waiting - and wanting - will be over on September 1. That’s the date Warren Gatland is due to name his Wales World Cup squad. Robin Davey says a one-time outsider is now at the centre of things, but there are at least two more hoping to move from the fringes. Crunch time is rapidly approaching for Wales' World Cup hopefuls. With the England double-header now done and dusted, there is just one game left before Warren Gatland finalises his World Cup squad.

Buzz Surrounds Electric Rally Car Event In Swansea

Rally fans will get a glimpse of the future at the first Green Dragon EV Rally and Show, which takes place in Swansea over the Bank Holiday weekend (23-24 August). Brecon-based rally driver Sara Williams, who is an FIA Ambassador for Women in Motorsport, will be one of the stars of the event, as she drives the all-new MG ZSEV. Among the other automotive attractions will be the ground-breaking eRally Zoe Junior Rally car, the much anticipated e-Golf EV from Sinclair Volkswagen, a SUV MG ZS from Bridgend’s Nathaniel Cars, an iPace courtesy of Sinclair Jaguar Swansea, a Tesla Model S85D and Model 3 and a hydrogen fuel celled Riversimple Rasa.

There Are No Snobs Here, Says Swansea Boss Steve Cooper

Steve Cooper insists his high-flying Swans will not be “snobby” about their elevated status. The Swansea City manager remains unbeaten since he took charge at the club after a 3-1 victory at QPR on Wednesday night lifted his team to second place in the Championship table. With four matches played, only Leeds United are above Cooper’s men on goal difference after three victories and a draw.

Hungarian 'Bull' Heads To Cardiff For Sunday's Clash

Neil Warnock Follows Lead Of Ex-Bluebirds, Newport Manager Len Ashurst After Crushing Reading Defeat

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Fulham Go Jay Walking . . . And Pick Up Newport County Defender

Newport County have done it again. First, it was Regan Poole and now they have produced another talented defender who has climbed the leagues. Poole went to Manchester United as a 17-year-old for a fee of £100,000 in 2015 and four years on Fulham have paid the Exiles an undisclosed... Read More

Warnock's 10 Out Of 10 Thanks To New Boy Vassell

Cardiff City 2, Luton Town 1 Neil Warnock scored 10 out of in Cardiff City’s first SkyBet Championship win of the 2019-20 season. Substitute Isaac Vassell capped off Warnock’s day with a winning goal six minutes into injury time. The Bluebirds manager has never lost a Football League against Luton Town in 10... Read More

Neil Warnock Says Bobby Reid's Form Was On The Slide

Bobby Reid was affected by transfer talk and his pre-season performances for Cardiff City dipped – according to manager Neil Warnock. The Bluebirds boss – who let striker Reid join Fulham on loan on deadline day - has claimed the player’s form was not up to scratch. Warnock had hoped... Read More

Harry Arter To Be In The Championship Next Season, Alongside Cardiff . . . For Fulham

Harry Arter looks set to move Fulham after completing his one-season loan campaign with Cardiff City. Injured Arter, who has a calf strain, will not feature for the Bluebirds in their final Premier League match at Manchester United on Sunday. Fellow loan recruit Victor Camarasa is also highly unlikely to... Read More

Neil Warnock And The £100m Narrow Escape As He Heads To Relegated Fulham

Neil Warnock hopes for a silver lining to a cloud-covered season and evidence for his old-school belief that all that glitters is not gold. The Cardiff City manager takes his team to Fulham tomorrow, the club just one place below them in the Premier League but who were relegated a... Read More

Fully Charged Scott Parker Ready To Unplug Cardiff From The Machine

Scott Parker insists Cardiff City have exceeded expectations in prolonging their Premier League status this long, but is ready to switch off the life support on Saturday. The Fulham caretaker manager is searching for a third successive victory for a club that have already been relegated. If they manage it... Read More
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