Nicholson Issues Rallying Call Ahead Of Bangor City Run-In

Gareth Bale Thanks His Wales Mates As Records Shatter In China

Gareth Bale paid tribute to his Wales teammates after breaking Ian Rush’s record with a hat-trick to become his country’s leading goalscorer. The landmark was reached by Bale with three goals as Ryan Giggs made a dream start his spell as manager with a 6-0 victory at the China Cup in Nanning. Bale began the game on 26 international goals – two behind Rush’s record of 28 – but three goals edged him past the former Liverpool legend to set a new mark in Welsh football history of 29 international goals.

Sonny Parker's London Welsh Find Some Sunshine After All The Rain

London Welsh are on the way back. The club that set the gold standard in the Seventies may have a long, long way to go, but Owen Morgan finds cause for celebration in a modest step upwards. There hasn't been much cause for celebration at London Welsh in recent seasons, but Old Deer Park was once again echoing to the noise of champagne corks popping last weekend. The Exiles, who were forced into liquidation last season and relegated to the ninth tier of English rugby, made their first step back up the league ladder as they clinched promotion from London SE Division Herts and Middlesex Division One.

Tesni Evans Backed For Gold Coast As Bangor Join Big Red Send-Off

Bangor University – training base for Wales squash star Tesni Evans – will be turning red on Friday as part of the Commonwealth Games We Are Red campaign. The university’s main arts building will be backing Team Wales by transforming itself into national colours to show support for their six athletes who will be competing. As well as Evans, currently ranked No.12 in the world, five weightlifters from the university are making the trip to the Gold Coast for the Games which start on April 4.

Nieroda’s Mini Adventure

Conwy-born maths teacher and rally navigator Dan Nieroda began his 2018 rallying season last weekend when he joined Steve Robinson in his Mini for the Historic AGBO Stages at Weston Park. Nieroda had planned to contest the event alongside his regular driver, but an engine issue forced the withdrawal of the entry allowing him to be drafted in to guide Robinson in his Mini on what was only his second ever event. Having rallied a Mini of his own over a decade ago, Nieroda brought experience from both the driver and co-driver seats, and after the opening two stages the crew had already climbed over 20 places from their starting position of 53.

Devils Intent On Big Weekend At Ice Arena Wales

Wales Boss Ryan Giggs Says He's Under Pressure To Play Gareth Bale But Won't Take Risks

Ryan Giggs has admitted he has been under pressure to play Gareth Bale as Wales prepare to meet their hosts at the China Cup. The new Wales manager takes charge for the first time on Thursday with Bale having flown out late from Spain on Tuesday for an appearance that sponsors are anxious to see takes place. The Real Madrid star linked up with the Wales squad in Nanning after scoring in his club’s 6-3 La Liga win over Girona on Sunday night.

Young Bluebirds Suffer Against League Leaders

Wales Are Runners-Up, But The Truth Is They Have Stood Still

The dust has settled on the Six Nations and the ink has dried on the cheque given to the WRU for finishing runners-up in a tight contest for second place. But Robin Davey says the extra cash has come at a cost. Building for the future. That was at least, in part, what the Six Nations was meant to all about. But Wales, despite finishing a creditable second, went backwards in style and, incredibly, have no idea who their best No.10 is.

Wales C Must Return And Mark Jones Is The Ideal Candidate To Manage Them


Teenager Sam Duggan Ready To Shine For Great Britain

Teenager Sam Duggan, who plays for Swedish club Orebro, is ready to enjoy one of the best ice hockey moments... Read More