Exclusive by Owen Morgan Many people welcome the New Year as an opportunity for a change in fortunes. But athlete Jenny Nesbitt is delighted the form she displayed right up until the final hours of 2018 is already continuing into 2019. Nesbitt rang out the old year in fine style by winning the 60th anniversary edition of the prestigious Nos Galan race in Mountain Ash on New Year’s Eve.
Matt Edwards will defend his British Rally Championship title with M-Sport this season. The 34-year-old has been confirmed by the Cumbria-based outfit as one of the drivers as it looks for a fourth straight BRC crown having proved dominant on the gravel and asphalt last year.
As the search continues for Cardiff City’s new striker Emiliano Sala and the pilot of his aircraft, Bluebirds fan Josh Thomas gives a personal perspective. From feelings of excitement at his signing, to dread when he heard the news, and the sadness for those who wanted to welcome him. Around 1:30am this morning, I received a message from my friend telling me that a plane had gone missing over Alderney in the Channel Islands. The plane – he continued - was on a journey from Nantes, a city in Northern France, to Wales and our capital city of Cardiff.
Ken Choo has said Cardiff City are praying for positive news after being left shocked after Emiliano Sala's plane went missing on route from Nantes to Cardiff. The French Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed that the club's £15million record signing was on board the Piper Malibu light aircraft which lost contact over the Channel Islands on Monday night. Sala was due to train with his new team-mates for the first time at their Vale of Glamorgan headquarters this morning but training was cancelled following the shock news.
Penarth Hockey Club continued their strong start to 2019 with points for two of the three teams in Verde Recreo League action last weekend. PENARTH 4-4 Ashmoor The 1st XI welcomed league leaders Ashmoor to Stanwell, determined to continue their good run of results having been unbeaten since the opening week in December.
Cardiff City are seeking clarification amid 'genuine concern' for Emiliano Sala after a plane went missing between France and Cardiff. A sea search was launched yesterday after the Piper Malibu light aircraft was reported missing on a flight between Nantes and the Welsh capital.
Fife Flyers 0, Cardiff Devils 6 Cardiff Devils produced one of their best team performances on the road this season when they hit Flyers for six at their Fife Arena home stadium in Kirkcaldy. Captain Jake Morissette and his Devils dominated a home team who had won 6-2 at Nottingham Panthers the... Read More
Scottish forward Craig Moore has returned home and joined Fife Flyers in the town where he was born. The all-action and versatile Moore will play for Kirkcaldy-based Flyers over the rest of this season and says: “I want to thank Devils for giving me the opportunity to play in Cardiff and... Read More
Cardiff Devils must beware the comeback kings in Saturday’s Elite League play-off semi-finals at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham. Number one seeds Devils take on a Flyers team who finished seventh, but those stats hide the fact that Kirkcaldy-Based Fife left Manchester Storm stunned last weekend when they fought back from... Read More
Cardiff Devils hit back from two goals down to win 4-3 against Fife Flyers in Kirkcaldy. They were forced to grind out a win at Fife’s intimidating home rink and held on for an invaluable win. Man of the match Gleason Fournier, Joey Martin, Layne Ulmer and Andrew Lord were the scorers... Read More
Cardiff Devils’ powerplay and penalty kill units led their team to a 5-3 Elite League victory against Fife Flyers in Kirkcaldy. Paul Crowder and Layne Ulmer scored PP goals, giving Devils a two from four record in the game, while Flyers failed to break down Cardiff’s PK in five attempts. The success... Read More
Cardiff Devils have made a crucial new signing by adding 21-year-old Scot Craig Moore to their roster. The former Dundee Stars player has committed to Elite League champions Devils and will fill one of the three roster places available to British players aged under-23. Head coach Andrew Lord is delighted to have... Read More