Evans Aims High Down Under To Help His M-Sport Ford Team’s Final WRC Title Push

Elfyn Evans is aiming to end the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship on a high at next weekend’s Rally Australia, as the Dolgellau driver prepares to play the team game once again and do what he can to help Sébastien Ogier and M-Sport Ford win the drivers’ and manufacturers’ titles. Ogier, the reigning and five-time World Rally Champion, heads to Oz leading the drivers’ standings, just three points ahead of Thierry Neuville (Hyundai), with Ott Tänak (Toyota) third and still in with an outside chance of stealing the title. Evans has already helped Ogier this season, and he has the speed and ability to put himself between the title challengers in his EcoBoost-powered Fiesta WRC. And if he does that, and it’s the difference between Ogier winning a sixth title or not, he’ll be the undisputed unsung hero of the M-Sport Ford squad.

Emmitt In Wales Squad For World Cup Showdown With Ireland

Jake Emmitt has been recalled to the Wales squad for Sunday's 2021 Rugby League World Cup qualifying showdown with Ireland in Wrexham. (3pm) The Toronto Wolfpack player is part of the 19-man squad named by Head Coach John Kear for the game at the Racecourse Ground.

Connah's Quay v Barry Town: 399 Not Out - Gavin Chesterfield Relishing Top Of The Table Clash

'We lack cutting edge' admits Ruscoe as Caernarfon edge past TNS

Adam Beard Is Ready To Bristle Says Alun Wyn . . . And Wales Are Ready To End Wallabies' Run

Alun Wyn Jones admits Adam Beard hardly looks old enough to grow facial hair worthy of his name, but has backed him to help Wales shave off their long, unwanted losing streak against Australia. Beard will partner the Wales captain in the second row, a selection that even the young Ospreys player this week admitted raised his own eyebrows as well those of plenty of others. But Jones spotted beard’s talent as a fresh-faced teenager and now his teammate is a fresh-faced 22-year-old he thinks he’s ready to beat the Wallabies for a first Welsh win in 14 attempts.

Josh Murphy Owes One To Chris Hughton . . . But The Pay Back Can Wait

Josh Murphy admits he owes a debt of gratitude to Chris Hughton, but wants to pay none of it back when Cardiff City face Brighton today. It was Hughton who gave the Bluebirds winger – an £11million summer signing and arguably the club’s most important asset in the fight to avoid Premier League relegation – his senior debut back in 2013. Hughton handed Murphy his Norwich bow as an 18-year-old when the teenager rewarded his faith with a goal in a Capital One Cup tie win at Watford.

Martyrs Ready For Trophy Leap Into Dripping Pan

Police Banter In Newport 'Fraud Squad' Cup Test

Mosey Given All-Clear To Make Devils Debut This Weekend

Evan Mosey has been given the all-clear to make his Cardiff Devils this weekend. The former Nottingham Panthers player only joined on Thursday after defenceman Ben Blood's shock move to Finland.

Potter Looking For Bony Bounce - But For How Long

Graham Potter admits Wilfried Bony is determined to make up for lost time after finally being given the all-clear to resume playing for Swansea City. The Ivory Coast striker has been sidelined since February after damaging knee ligaments in a Premier League defeat by Leicester.


Ystrad Mynach Girl Prepares for Ice Hockey Worlds

Charlotte Harris, a 13-year-old from Ystrad Mynach, has flown to Spain with the Great Britain team. The Lewis Girls School pupil... Read More