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Great Start . . . Now, Keep It Up Is Ryan Giggs' Message To Daniel James

Ryan Giggs thanked Daniel James for bringing his club form for Swansea City to the international stage after Wales began their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a vital win. It was James’ early goal that enabled Wales to beat Slovakia 1-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium to ensure they are among the early pace-setters in , rather than a step behind. Swansea winger James marked his first competitive international start with a fifth-minute strike as Wales got their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign off to a dream start.

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Ben Davies Gets Ready To Block Out The Slovaks All Over Again

Slovakian skipper Marek Hamsik still recalls the day Ben Davies stopped him from scoring the first goal for his country at the Euro 2016 finals in France  - and changed the course of football history for both nations. Wales went on to win 2-1 and continued all the way to the semi-finals, while Slovakia, also at their first Euro finals, went out at the pool stages. There were only three minutes on the clock when Hamsik slalomed his way into the Welsh penalty area and shot past Wayne Hennessey for what seemed like a certain goal.

Ospreys' Allen Clarke Says: Nobody Knows What We've Been Through . . . But We're Still Standing

Allen Clarke has backed his Ospreys team to continue to recover from the death wish placed on them and suggested no-one outside the region will know the extent of their turmoil. Just two weeks after being crumpled like a piece of waste paper and hurled towards the bin, the Ospreys showed their resolve with a 29-20 bonus point victory over the Dragons. The win – underpinned by four tries from full-back Dan Evans – came in their first game since merger plans with the Scarlets, backed by the Welsh Rugby Union, were abandoned following the outrage that ensued.

Gareth Bale Insists Wales' New Sparkle Can Light The Way To Top Of Euro Group

Golden oldie Gareth Bale has vowed to help polish the new gems as Wales aim to sparkle again in the European Championships. Almost three years after being the jewel in the crown for Chris Coleman’s team at Euro 2016, Bale is still the most precious piece in the new line-up under Ryan Giggs. But as Wales prepare to take on Slovakia tonight in their opening qualifier for Euro 2020, the Real Madrid star – not yet even 30 – is the self-confessed “oldie” compared to the new crops of youngsters who will provide vital support.

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Wales Move To No.2 Team In The World As Joe Schmidt Marvels At Warren Gatland's Record

Warren Gatland has been praised by his countryman and rival Joe Schmidt after making history with a third Grand Slam – and lifting Wales to No.2 in the world rankings. The two coaches may have been at odds over whether or not to close the Principality Stadium roof before the game,... Read More

Farewell To The Six Nations For The Wales' Fab Four And Not Just The Duo

It's goodnight from them - Warren Gatland and Shaun Edwards - as they prepare for their final Six Nations games with Wales. But Rob Howley and Robin McBryde are also on their way and Harri Morgan says they have been worthy members of the band. A Grand Slam on the line,... Read More

Mike Ruddock Says Grand Slam Glory Is An Open And Shut Case

Mike Ruddock believes the destiny of the Grand Slam will be shaped by the decision on whether or not to have the roof closed at the Principality Stadium tomorrow. Leave it open and Ruddock considers the forecast wet conditions could just give Ireland – his resident homeland - enough of... Read More

Schmidt Is No Ordinary Joe . . . But He Still Falls Short Of The Recurring Winner, Warren Gatland

It’s red v green, Wales v Ireland and Gatland v Schmidt on Saturday and the outcome between two well-matched teams seems difficult to predict. For Robin Davey, though, Gatland’s ability to change and adapt put him a notch above his rival. Allied to a knack for creating the right emotional... Read More

Wales Can Shine In Six Nations If They Don't Freeze Under Friday Night Lights

The opening round of the Six Nations has thrown up two games that could be crucial to the destination of the trophy with Wales potential champions if they can overcome their French test though Ireland will start favourites. Geraint Powell, in his latest column for Dai Sport, reckons we will... Read More

Even Nine Wins On The Spin Leaves Wales Trailing Ireland When It Comes To Six Nations Prospects

The Six Nations is about to begin. All eyes will be focussed on Paris where Wales start the ball rolling against France. For Robin Davey, though, his eyes are green and envious of the Ireland team he predicts will win it all over again. Irish rugby is on the crest... Read More
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