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Rugby - A Game In Crisis That Keeps Beating Itself Up

Taulupe Faletau has joined the list of players who will watch the start of the Six Nations from the discomfort of an armchair, painkilllers close at hand. Robin Davey says the game is brutalising itself, denying fans of star names and putting strains on teams’ finances, never mind the strains on the bodies themselves. Rugby is in crisis with injuries mounting on an almost daily basis, player after player going down to stretch resources of club, region and country to the absolute limit. The effect is to seriously weaken teams - whether domestic or international - deprive fans of the ability to watch their favourite players, which they pay heavily to see, and forces regions and clubs to lengthen their squads considerably, incurring debts in the process.

Joey Martin On The Brink Of Devils Century

Dean Keates And Neil Warnock Promoting Success

Swans Will Not Suffer In Silence As Pep Guardiola Promises To Be Loud And Proud At The Liberty Stadium

Swansea City have been warned that Manchester City will be noisy dressing room neighbours if they win at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday night. The Premier League leaders can leave the Swans anchored to the bottom of the table if they achieve a record 15th successive victory. Win No.14 came against Manchester United at Old Trafford last Sunday, where the match was overshadowed by the row over City’s post-match celebrations.

FAW Probe Into Jonathan Ford Could Delay Wales Manager Search

Jonathan Ford’s clash with the Football Association of Wales could delay the appointment of the next Wales manager. FAW officials had hoped to start an interview process at the start of January in their search for a successor to Chris Coleman. But with chief executive Ford now facing a disciplinary panel over his comments regarding candidates’ nationalities, the search for a new team boss could be postponed.

Ffion Is Proving A Chip Off The James Block

Becky James may have retired, but the family tradition continues with younger sister Ffion the latest to pick up a notable victory. James junior made it back-to-back triumphs in the HSBC UK Cyclo-Cross National Trophy as she followed up here win in Kent with another sensational triumph in round five in snow swept Bradford. Her second win in a row at the weekend came in the senior elite category, but she also won the Under 23 race. The Abergavenny RC rider clawed back early leader Bethany Crumpton before riding clear for victory in the later stages.

Cardiff Squash Ace Tesni On Top Of The World

Floodlit Delight For Under-15 Bluebirds In Cup

Hit-Men Healey And Harris On The Mark For Bluebirds

Young Bluebirds Miss Out In FA Youth Cup

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Glamorgan Batsman Will Bragg Quits Cricket At 31

Glamorgan batsman Will Bragg has announced his retirement from cricket with immediate effect at the age of 31. Bragg was... Read More

Glamorgan Sign Aussie Test Star Shaun Marsh For Next Two Years

Glamorgan have signed Australian top-order batsman Shaun Marsh as the club’s overseas player for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Marsh... Read More

Matt's Back: Matthew Maynard Returns To Glamorgan

Matthew Maynard is back at Glamorgan. The county’s former captain and director of cricket has been appointed as a consultant... Read More
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Matthew Maynard Reveals Secrets Behind Glamorgan's Title Triumph 20 Years Ago

It is 20 years this week since Glamorgan last conquered cricket by winning the County Championship – a happy anniversary... Read More
Glamorgan 1997

Matthew Maynard Reveals Secrets Behind Glamorgan's Title Triumph 20 Years Ago

It is 20 years this week since Glamorgan last conquered cricket by winning the County Championship – a happy anniversary... Read More

Time To Salute The Glamorgan Heroes Of 20 Summers Ago

Glamorgan’s season is drawing to a close, but before then it’s worth pausing to recall a memorable milestone from two... Read More
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