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Evans On Top Of The World After Victory In Sweden

Elfyn Evans shares the lead of the FIA World Rally Championship tonight, after becoming the first British driver to win Rally Sweden. Before today, only six nationalities had won the traditional winter round of the series, with 64 victories out of 70 events going to either Swedish or Finnish drivers. Colin McRae came close by finishing second in 1992, but in a brilliant performance Evans led this year’s event from start to finish to leave Sweden tied at the top of the drivers’ standings with Thierry Neuville.

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Cardiff City Never Came Back For Kieffer Moore . . . But He's Massive For Us, Says Wigan Boss

Cardiff City fans have been told they will soon be cheering Kieffer Moore again – even though his two goals slowed the Bluebirds’ promotion push. Moore scored twice for Wigan in their 2-2 draw at the Cardiff City Stadium, where the 6ft 7in Wales striker has yet to find the net for his adopted country. But the player who scored vital away goals for Ryan Giggs’ side on their way to successful qualification for the Euro 2020 finals, will soon have supporters in the capital cheering for him, according to Wigan manager Paul Cook.

Evans On The Brink Of Rally Sweden History

Elfyn Evans is on the brink of joining an elite club of non-Scandinavian drivers to have won Rally Sweden, as he takes a 17.2 second lead into tomorrow shortened final day of the event. The Toyota driver, who has led the event from the start, set three more fastest stage times today to double his lead over reigning world champion Ott Tänak (Hyundai). Only a very short day tomorrow stands between Evans and his second win in the FIA World Rally Championship.

Steve Cooper Admits It's Been A Bad Week For Swansea City . . . And The Clock Is Ticking

Steve Cooper admits time is running out on Swansea City's hopes of a play-off spot as he launched a scathing attack on his side's defending. The Swansea boss saw his side come from behind three times to take the lead at Hull City. But the final defensive lapse allowed Tigers sub Tom Eaves to snatch a draw five minutes into injury-time.

Nia Jones

Nia Jones Set To Join Former Wales Coach Melissa Hyndman At Severn Stars

Wales’ most successful netball coach of recent times, Melissa Hyndman, and national team skipper Nia Jones are set to be re-united next season – in England. Hyndman will be back in charge of a Netball Superleague club next season after being unveiled as the new head coach at Severn Stars.... Read More

Nia Jones Admits South African Thrashing Demanded Wales Response

Nia Jones has revealed the pain of heavy defeat sparked Wales to their comeback victory over Malawi on Saturday. The Wales vice-captain led her team to a gutsy 52-47 win at the Viola Arena in Cardiff just 24 hours after back-to-back defeats to South Africa. The first of those was... Read More

BALLS! The Podcast . . . With Beth Fisher And Nia Jones . . . Episode 7

Dai Sport has grown some  . . . Balls! The Podcast, featuring: Beth Fisher, ex-Wales international hockey player, now broadcast journalist. And Nia Jones, former Wales international footballer, now Wales and Celtic Dragons netballer.   Between them they have 3 International honours, 2 fiery opinions and not a pair of balls between them. In this... Read More

BALLS! The Podcast . . . With Beth Fisher And Nia Jones

Beth Fisher, an ex-Welsh international hockey player... Read More

Nia Misses Down Under . . . But Now Jones Is Ready To Roar For The Dragons

Code breaker Nia Jones believes her summer stint in Australia has been perfect preparation for the most competitive season yet in netball’s Vitality Superleague. Already a double Wales international in both football and netball, the Celtic Dragons defender spent time in Melbourne in August playing Aussie Rules. Jones was Down... Read More

Keeping Up With Nia Jones . . . Wales’ Ultimate Baller Who's Looking To Crack Another Code

Very few athletes are capable of playing sport at an elite level. A much smaller number are talented enough to do it in two different sports. Then, as Joe Towns reports, there’s a tiny group into which we could soon be placing Nia Jones. “So, a couple of months ago a... Read More
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