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Evans Joint Second In Wales Rally GB Shakedown

Elfyn Evans got his Dayinsure Wales Rally GB defence off to a flying start by setting the joint second fastest time on today’s Shakedown stage in his M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC. It might have only been a short 3.37km run through Clocaenog forest, which doesn’t count towards the outcome of the event itself, but the time – just 0.2 seconds slower than Finland’s Teemu Suninen (Fiesta WRC) – confirms that Evans is one of the favourites for victory this weekend. The Shakedown stage also proved how slippery the conditions are, as Ott Tänak – who has won the last three World Championship rounds – skidded straight on at a junction and nose-dived into a bank. His Toyota Yaris WRC has been repaired and he’ll be none the worse off when the event gets underway.

Grant Aiming For Bulls Promotion And World Cup Qualification With Wales

Dalton Grant is looking to celebrate promotion with Bradford Bull this weekend - before setting his sights on helping Wales qualify for the Rugby League World Cup. The 28-year-old is set to add to his cap tally when Wales face France, Scotland and Ireland this autumn and the full squad for the tournament will be announced on October 18.

Seven-Up For Penydarren In Uefa Regions Cup

Wales Dragonhearts Fall A Penalty Short In Serbia Test

SERBIA 22 WALES DRAGONHEARTS 20 Stadion FK Heroj, Belgrade Wales Dragonhearts were beaten by Serbia in a hard-fought game in Belgrade in the first of a two test series.

Stages Set For Thrilling Wales Rally GB

The stages are set for a spectacular scrap for supremacy on this weekend’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB (4-7 October), after crews completed their final preparations for an event that will pit some of the world’s biggest motor sport stars against both the clock and each other. One of the most historic and popular events on the FIA World Rally Championship calendar, Dayinsure Wales Rally GB is renowned for pushing drivers and co-drivers to the very limit in their pursuit of the coveted Peall Trophy. This year’s new-look route – featuring 23 gruelling speed tests, totalling just shy of 200 competitive miles – will be no exception.

The New Saints Bounce Back With Comfortable League Cup Win

New Faces And Old Rivalries Make Derby Day Battles Worth Watching This Time

It’s derby day in Wales this weekend and Robin Davey is feeling optimistic that all four regions now have sufficient quality to make the outcomes difficult to predict. But he still fancies the Cardiff Blues and the Scarlets. A fairly uneventful start to the Guinness Pro 14 season is about to explode into action with the arrival of two hotly contested derbies on Saturday in front of near full houses. In the west, the Scarlets take on the Ospreys at Parc Y Scarlets on Saturday afternoon and just over two hours later in the east the Dragons face Cardiff Blues at Rodney Parade.

Fantastic Fournier Grabs Overtime Winner For Devils

Edwards On The Brink Of Winning British Rally Title

Llandudno’s Matt Edwards could be the new British Rally Champion on Friday night, if the first part of the final double-header finale goes to plan. For the first time in over a decade, the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship joins the FIA World Rally Championship at the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB – with points awarded at the end of Friday’s leg and the final round of the series taking in the remaining Saturday and Sunday stages combined. Co-driven by Abersoch’s Darren Garrod, Edwards is in a four-way fight for the title, and after a sensational season he will need a dramatic turn of bad luck not to become British champion sometime this weekend.

Mica Swapping Ice Spikes For Studies To Take Bobsleigh Break

Mica Moore is taking a break from bobsleigh - to go back to university. The 24-year-old has enrolled in the MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media at Cardiff Met University.

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News From Zanzibar 'Devils Have Crazy Forward Line'

Steve King has unveiled Cardiff Devils final offensive signing for 2018-19 and says: “We have three first lines - one... Read More