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Wales C Hopefuls Urged To Seize Their Moment In "Cup Final" Against England

Wales ‘C’ team assistant manager Owain Tudur Jones believes this evening’s international match against England C is a chance to thrive in the shop window. The former Wales and Swansea City midfielder will be in the dugout at Salford City FC’s Peninsula Stadium as the best Welsh players from the JD Welsh Premier League take on their English non-league counterparts from the Vanarama National League and below. The game will be shown live on the Sgorio Facebook page at 7.45pm on Tuesday March 19.

Martyrs On Road To Bucks For Southern Premier Test

Like Clockwork . . . Heather Lewis Smashes It Switzerland

Race walker Heather Lewis smashed her 20k personal best in Switzerland on Sunday to become only the fifth British woman to break the 96-minute barrier. The Pembrokeshire Harrier finished fourth at the Lugano Trophy International Race Walk Grand Prix in a time of 95:15. The time was a minute faster than the PB she set when finishing sixth at the same event this time last year and comfortably inside the British Athletics qualifying time of 1:39.00 for the European Race Walking Cup in May.

Welsh Trainer Evan Celebrates The Last Day Victory

Evan Hoyt Clinches Singles Title In Portugal Against Home Favourite

Welsh tennis star Evan Hoyt has continued his successful start to 2019 by picking up his first singles title of the year. Hoyt, who has already won three doubles titles this year, won the singles title at the $15,000 ITF World Tennis Tour event in Portugal at the weekend. The Llanelli product clinched the title with a straight sets final victory over home player Tiago Cacao in Portimao. Hoyt was in excellent form going into the tournament having won ITF World Tennis Tour doubles titles in Tunisia, Barnstaple and Glasgow this year, along with reaching the singles final in Tunisia and semi-final in Glasgow.

Alun Wyn Jones Tips Warren Gatland For Lions Stint . . . But Adds, Don't Rule Out England

Alun Wyn Jones believes Warren Gatland is in line to be Lions coach again, but has not ruled out the possibility of him combining the role with the England job, rather than Wales. New Zealander Gatland will leave his post after the World Cup in Japan later this year, ending a reign highlighted by a Six Nations record three Grand Slams. He has already been linked with succeeding Eddie Jones as England chief as well as possibly moving to France and also heading up the 2021 British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa.

Rhiwbina's Peter Proud Of Ninth Welsh Squash Title

Proud To Be Welsh Tesni In Squash Seventh Heaven

Welsh Ace Kieron Fires Goal Double For Bluebirds

Andrew Lord's Cardiff Devils Hit The Road To Scotland During Crunch Three-Match Elite Title Spell

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Jason Tovey Answers Call From Crisis-Hit Dragons For Spell Number Three

Jason Tovey has joined the Dragons – for the third time in his career. The outside-half has moved to Rodney Parade, initially on permit from Cross Keys - for a third stint at the region. Dragons head coach Bernard Jackman has seen injuries hit fly-half options Gavin Henson and Arwel... Read More

Haydn Mainwaring, Wales' Founding Father Of The Bone-Crunching Tackle, Has Died

When it comes to bone-crunching tackles, Haydn Mainwaring,... Read More

Bernard Jackman Promises Dragons' Fire Will Carry More Fury

Bernard Jackman has vowed the Dragons will be in a meaner mood when their Guinness Pro14 season kicks off on September 1. The head coach saw his team lose 40-31 at Gloucester on Thursday evening in a friendly that held some encouraging themes, but also highlighted the region’s shortcomings. The... Read More

Whatever Happened To The Drop Goal? Rhys Priestland And Gavin Henson Remember It . . . Just

Remember the drop-goal? It was that famed piece of skill that Welsh fly-halves always seemed to have up their sleeve to get themselves, and their team, out of a tight spot. With the help of former Wales No.10 Paul Turner, Peter Jackson laments the disappearance of the art. At the... Read More

Bernard Jackman Rests Gavin Henson . . . And Nine Others

Dragons head coach Bernard Jackman has made 10 changes to his side as they travel to face Munster in Cork on Friday night. Former Wales Under-20 star James Benjamin captains the side from openside flanker with 20-year-old Aaron Wainwright and James Sheekey completing the back row. With Elliott Dee involved... Read More

I'm A Flapper But Gav's A Glider, Admits Dan Biggar

Dan Biggar learned a lot from playing with Gavin Henson when he launched his career at the Ospreys and now the Wales and Lions star can’t wait to play against him. Henson is set to return to the Liberty Stadium with the Dragons for Friday night’s Guinness PRO14 derby and... Read More
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