Welsh Athletics have selected strong and exciting senior and junior t teams to take part in a prestigious cross country event in Spain this weekend.
Former Nottingham Panther Evan Mosey has joined Cardiff Devils following the departure of Ben Blood. The Devils have moved quick to sign the Illinois-Born defenceman just 24 hours after Blood's shock move to Finland.
Gareth Anscombe’s keeping of the Wales No.10 shirt was as much about protecting the player’s confidence as it was about beating Australia on Saturday, Warren Gatland has revealed. The Wales coach has stuck with Anscombe at outside-half to take on the Wallabies, even though Biggar was available again after sitting out the game against Scotland because it fell outside the official Test window. Northampton-based Biggar has very much been Gatland’s go-to man in recent seasons and 39 of his last 40 caps have been earned from a starting spot.
Neil Warnock has revealed Cardiff City will be his last job in football. The Bluebirds manager – who insists he is determined to keep the club in the Premier League – has this season and next remaining on his contract. But as Warnock prepares to face Brighton in Saturday’s early kick-off, he has revealed that he will not be looking for another position when his time in Wales comes to an end.
Wales have made three changes to their starting XV to face Australia in Cardiff on Saturday. Tomas Francis, Adam Beard and Josh Adams all come into the starting XV from the side that beat Scotland in Wales’ opening Under Armour Series clash.
John Kear admits Saturday's game against Ireland in Wrexham could not be any bigger as Wales bid to qualify for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. The Dragons will be certain of qualifying if they see off the Irish at the Racecourse Ground (3pm) with both sides having won one game so far.
The FA Cup kicks-off this weekend with Newport County carrying the flag for Wales in the first round and hoping not to suffer any alarms away at Met Police. Owen Morgan salutes the slayers of giants in the competition by recounting a Welsh killing that’s among history’s best. David, or perhaps more appropriately Dai, has been responsible for many FA Cup giant-killing feats against football’s Goliaths here in Wales over the years. Who could forget that little scamp Micky Thomas’ terrific free-kick to set Fourth Division Wrexham on their way to humbling English Champions Arsenal at the Racecourse in 1992?
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