Welsh Squash Players Battle On In Gold Coast Squash

Curtis Dodge Earns Tooth Fairytale Finish. . . But Now Needs A Dentist

Curtis Dodge will be off to see his dentist when he gets back to Aberdare – possibly with a bronze medal around his neck. The Wales wrestler came third in the men’s freestyle 74kg wrestling on Thursday, but lost a tooth in the pursuit of precious metal. It was Wales’ 24th medal on the Gold Coast.Dodge, 25, beat Ebimienfaghe Assizecourt of Nigeria to make the

Wales Save Best For Last Thanks To Chelsea Lewis

Welshman Jonathan On Great Britain Ice Hockey Hopes

Dragons' Davies Demands 'Three Out Of Three Finish'

Kings Visit Merthyr Town In Saturday Home Clash

South Wales Warriors Venture Into The Unknown As New Season Opens

The British American Football season kicks off this weekend with the South Wales Warriors facing an unknown challenge in Somerset.  The Warriors travel to North Petherton, near Taunton, to face newcomers the Somerset Wyverns who were granted league membership last December following a two year application process.  The Wyverns start in Division Two West of the Southern Football Conference, the bottom tier of the British American Football Association (BAFA) league, which the Warriors were relegated to after failing to win any of their games in the middle tier in 2017. 

Gilbert Miles, 72, . . . The Coolest Man On The Gold Coast With A Flair For The Dramatic Finish

Bowls hero Gilbert Miles summoned the spirit of Welsh legend Robert Weale to take bronze in dramatic style. Picture the scene. It’s the last throw of the dice and you and your pairs partner have one shot to grab a medal. But it has to be perfection – a once in a blue moon bowl that weaves through traffic and nestles gently against the jack. Welsh skipper Miles produced exactly that – a stunning last bowl to snatch victory over Scotland in the mixed B2/B3 pairs, for visually impaired competitors, at the Commonwealth Games.

Welshman Lyle In Ice Hockey UK Hall of Fame

Come On, George . . . It's Make Your Mind Up Time

George North is heading back to Wales and will wear scarlet, black, blue, or black and red next season. No-one seems to know yet, least of all those marketing folk aiming to shift some extra replica jerseys this summer. Robin Davey says it’s time for George to put his finger on the map. The season has little more than a month to run, yet we still don't know where star winger George North is heading on his return to Wales this summer. Even more to the point, does North himself know? It's now five months since the Welsh Rugby Union announced that North would be coming back to Wales on a national dual contract after spending the last five years at Northampton.


Head Coach Lord Lands Powerful New Winger For Devils

Cardiff Devils have signed big Canadian forward Matt Pope. Right-winger Pope, 32, fired 68 points for Tohoku Free Blades in Asia... Read More