Welsh Wizards' Marwan Storms Into World Championship Last Eight - Plays Brother Mohamed

Wyedean Victory Gives Hirst Welsh Forest Rally Title

Matt Hirst and Declan Dear won the 2019 Pirelli Motorsport UK Welsh Forest Rally Championship in style by taking outright victory on the final round of the series, the Winner Garage Wyedean Stages Rally. Russ Thompson and Andy Murphy led the Championship going into the Forest of Dean finale, only needing a solid finish to clinch the title. But when they retired with mechanical problems on the opening stage, that gave Hirst and Dear an opportunity to steal the title in their similar Mitsubishi Evo 9. It would be no easy task for Hirst, as the 2018 Welsh Junior Champion still needed an outright win to steal the crown.

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Ffion Tynon Earns Wales Call For South America

Ffion Tynon has been selected for Wales at senior women’s golf for the time after making the team to compete at the South American Amateur Championships in Chile in January. The highly promising 16-year-old has been included in the Welsh line-up for the open team event after a string of impressive performances at recent tournaments. Tynon finished seventh at this summer’s English Girls Open Amateur Championship – an event for U18s – tasted victory at the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and earned third place at the Welsh Ladies Amateur Championship.

Neil Warnock . . . A Legacy At Cardiff That Will Prove A Hard Act To Follow

Cardiff City are seeking a new manager, the 10th who will have managed the club in some form or other over the past 10 years. But the legacy and impact of Neil Warnock is one that stands alone in a turbulent decade, says Josh Thomas. The Sevenside Derby is almost up and Bristol City are attacking towards the Canton Stand. The ball is slipped through to Kasey Palmer but Leandro Bacuna comes across to clear the danger and send the ball upfield in search for a Cardiff City equaliser. Moments later the final whistle blows and The Robins secure their first away win over the Bluebirds in 17 years. Loud boos are heard from all parts of the stadium, some fans sit down, dejected, while others stand up hurling abuse towards the players and, in particular, manager Neil Warnock.

Hollie Arnold Takes Gold Again And Sets Her Sights On Tokyo Showdown

Hollie Arnold celebrated her fourth consecutive World Para Athletics title on Monday, but instantly turned her attention to re-claiming her world record at next year's Paralympics in Tokyo. The Loughborough-based athlete set a new personal best on her way to the F46 title in Dubai, but fell short of regaining the world record she broke to claim gold for Wales at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, last year. Having pouched her fourth world title, Arnold's focus is now on Paralympic gold and the world record she lost to New Zealand's Holly Robinson in April.

Jackson Page Writes Biggest Chapter Of His Career With Comeback Victory

Jackson Page claimed the biggest win of his professional career to progress to the second round of the Northern Ireland Open. The Ebbw Vale teenager looked to be heading out of the second of four Home Nations events when he trailed veteran Barry Pinches 3-1 in their best-of-seven encounter on Monday night. But breaks of 81 and 71 either side of a scrappy sixth frame booked the 18-year-old’s place in the last 64 – where last weekend’s Champion of Champions winner Neil Robertson potentially lies in wait.

Neil Warnock Leaves Cardiff City With Team Stalled In Mid-Table

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Harri Morgan

How To Improve The World Cup . . . Relax One Rule And Level The Playing Field

As the World Cup reviews, inquests and best XVs begin to fade in the rear view memory, Harri Morgan has an idea for the road ahead. Make the tournament more competitive by changing the rules of eligibility. It works for others, he says. For us fans, the joys and disappointments... Read More

There Is No Silver Lining And No Regrets . . . Just Four More Years Of Waiting

On the morning after the day before, Harri Morgan’s only blessing is that he’s not having to spend more yen – again. But there’s another thing our World Cup fan man isn’t buying after Wales’ semi-final defeat to South Africa – all the “what if” stories. To quote one of... Read More

Wales Know What's Coming . . . Pain And Suffering, South African-Style

Back from his extended quarantine in a Japanese fan zone, Harri Morgan reflects on Wales v South Africa this Sunday and suggests there will be pain and nastiness – but no nasty, painful surprises. “On their day” was the caveat that accompanied any form of confidence among Welsh fans in... Read More

Lemon Beer And Low Key Clapping . . . Harri's Game Is Over As Typhoon Hagibis Moves In

As Typhoon Hagibis prepares to hit Japan, Dai Sport’s fan man in Japan has been looking at the skies and checking the tracking projections. That’s when Harri Morgan hasn’t been watching Wales, finding bars that actually show rugby, and sampling the local lemon-flavoured ale. I can vividly recall rolling into... Read More

Bulletproof Clothing Required Urgently For Our Wales Fan In Japan

Fan diarist Harri Morgan is in Japan, but finding the World Cup challenging as he juggles travel, clothing choices, Irishmen, and Wales worries, while riding the bullet train to faraway Tokyo. The air-conditioned train proves - yet again - to be an absolute sanctuary for a bloke who kicked off... Read More

Wales' "Working From Home" Day . . . And Why Des Lynam Would Be So Proud

So, how was Wales’ World Cup opener for you? Did it involve some sneaky glances at the action on your phone or did you go for the full-throttle sickie? Dai Sport’s Harri Morgan pulled the old “working from home” routine, but now he’s packing his bags to be out there... Read More
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