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Anglesey Sailor Dafydd To Receive Top Award From Princess Royal

An Anglesey sailor will be presented with one of the Royal Yachting Association’s most prestigious awards by HRH the Princess Royal, President of the RYA in recognition of his commitment to Red Wharf Bay sailing club and RYA Cymru Wales. Dafydd Griffiths has been nominated for an RYA Regional Award by Red Wharf Bay Sailing and Watersports Club as well as RYA Cymru Wales and has been selected as a winner by the RYA Honours and Awards Panel.  

Lawrence Of Anderlecht Handed Wales Call-Up By Giggs

Ryan Giggs has sprung a selection surprise by naming Anderlecht defender James Lawrence in the Wales squad for the games against Denmark and Albania. The Henley-on-Thames born player was on the books as a youngster at Arsenal, QPR and Ajax before joining the Belgium outfit in August 2018.

Evan's Doubles Success Brings Rankings Leap

Evan Hoyt has broken into the world's top 300 in doubles after a staggering rise of over 100 places. The Llanelli right-hander's reward for winning his first Challenger title in Australia is a move to 268 on the ATP doubles rankings.

Gareth Anscombe Warned His Wales Shirt Could Be Handed Back To Dan Biggar

Gareth Anscombe has been warned by Warren Gatland to expect stiff competition for the Wales No.10 shirt against Australia. Anscombe was given a rare starting opportunity at outside-half for the first of the autumn Tests against Scotland last weekend and responded with a confident performance. But with Dan Biggar now back in contention for the first game that falls within the official Test window, Wales coach Gatland has hinted that change could be in the air.

Gethin Jenkins . . . The Unsmiling, Quiet Assassin Who Now Has To Find A Voice

After 18 years as a professional rugby player, 16 of them playing for Wales, Gethin Jenkins, has pulled off the strapping for the final time. Graham Thomas considers the Cardiff Blues’ prop’s long career . . . and his new one. He went out like he came in – narrow-eyed and unsmiling. There was a brief grin when he slapped a boot at a conversion kick that sailed well wide, and again when he navigated along a guard of honour, but otherwise it was the same old Gethin Jenkins, all fixed stare and as inscrutable as a poker player with a half-decent hand.

WPL Weekend Scoreboard: Connah's Quay And Barry Town United Go Top After The New Saints Slip

Welsh Teenager Connor From Rugby To Racing Success

Pryce Makes Rally History By Giving All-New R4-Spec Car Dream World Competition Debut In Spain

So new is the VR4K Oreca FIA R4-spec rally car concept, that nobody in the sport really knew what to make of it – until this weekend, when Osian Pryce gave it a dream world competition debut! With no testing and only three runs over the pre-event shakedown stage, the 25-year old Machynlleth-born driver recorded an impressive three fastest stage wins and finished second overall in the Etios R4 on the Rallye Ciudad de Granada. Against much more powerful opposition, Pryce finished the event just 52.5 seconds behind former works WRC driver Xevi Pons, who was in a more superior and quicker Škoda Fabia R5.

Devils Face Panthers After 'Crazy' Night Of Hockey

World-Ranked Egyptian Mazen Joins Welsh Wizards

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John Mulvihill Accuses His Cardiff Blues Players Of Ripping Up The Plan

John Mulvihill has pointed the finger at his players for failing to follow the game plan after they became the... Read More

Scarlets' Defiance Can Fuel Their Season, Says Wayne Pivac After Unlikely Win

Wayne Pivac believes the Scarlets will be stronger – both in numbers and in spirit – when they visit Edinburgh... Read More

Ospreys Turn To Teenage Harri For Hit Up At The Brewery

The Ospreys have turned to teenager Harri Morgan and hope he will be inspired before his home town crowd when... Read More

New Faces And Old Rivalries Make Derby Day Battles Worth Watching This Time

It’s derby day in Wales this weekend and Robin Davey is feeling optimistic that all four regions now have sufficient... Read More

Why The Ospreys - And Others In The Pro14 - Are Right To Be Picky And Choosy About Who They Select

The Guinness Pro 14 is hardly into autumn and already coaches are chopping and changing their teams. Critics have declared... Read More

Relieved John Mulvihill Says He And Cardiff Blues Have Been "To Hell And Back"

John Mulvihill has admitted huge relief at his first win as Cardiff Blues coach after revealing: “We’ve been to hell... Read More
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