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Cole Heads Strong Welsh Rally Entry In Northern Ireland

Damian Cole is looking to extend his lead in the Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship when he contests tomorrow’s Carryduff Forklift Down Rally in his Get Connected/Energizer-backed Ford Fiesta WRC. The six time champion has an excellent chance to extend his current 17 point lead in the series, as arch rival and defending champion Jason Pritchard is unable to contest the event, as he’s at home awaiting the arrival of a new addition to the family. Having scored maximum points last time out in Belgium, Cole is on top form and after much work seems to have the car working to his liking. The Abergavenny ace will be co-driven by Paul Spooner. Defending British Rally Champion Matt Edwards is contesting the event in his Ford Fiesta R5 as practice for the forthcoming Ulster Rally. The Llandudno driver will be partnered by Paul Morris.

Connah's Quay Nomads Secure 'Magical' European Win Over Kilmarnock

Ace Azu Powers Into European Under-20 Sprint Final

Bluebirds Spot On In Transfer Strategy Over Zohore And Manga - Warnock Will Strengthen Again

KK Coup For Barry Town - Former Martyrs Keyon And Kayne Link Up Again In Welsh Premier League

Kerry Tips Martyrs For Big Southern League Season

Pembrokeshire's James Joint GB Captain At Europeans

'Ringo' The Rock On An Emotional Arrival In Exeter After The Latest Old Farts Cycling Marathon

Williams Heads To Italy For European Rally Debut

James Williams will make his European Rally Championship debut this weekend when the 21-year old Newcastle Emlyn driver contests the Rally di Roma Capitale. The trip to Italy comes courtesy of Williams winning his class on the recent Ypres Rally, a round of the British Rally Championship. Co-driven by Tom Woodburn, Williams – who studies Motorsport Management at Swansea University – will drive the new-for-2019 M-Sport designed Ford Fiesta R2T.

Young Bluebirds Struck By Tornado In Cornwall, But Still Win And Greet Surprise Visitor Sol On Tour

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Ceri Sweeney . . . From Apprentice To Master, Then Mentor . . . Thanks For 20 Years

He fought back the tears, and vowed to return to rugby sooner rather than later, but Ceri Sweeney had every reason to smile at the weekend after bringing down the curtain on a great career. More than 20 years after making his Pontypridd debut against Ebbw Vale, with his PE... Read More

Cardiff And Ponty Still Have Hopes Of Merthyr Mishap

Merthyr may appear to be strolling towards a hat-trick of Principality Premiership titles but Cardiff and Pontypridd still believe they can trip them up. The chasing pair both have to win tonight and then hope the Ironmen lose in order to still have a chance of overtaking them at the... Read More

Rhys, Lee And Kevin On Different Football Career Paths

Rhys Griffiths is on a Welsh League title mission at Penybont, while former Cardiff City goalkeeper Lee Kendall has started a survival battle with Pontypridd. Kevin Richards, meanwhile, has stepped down from his role as Ton Pentre manager. This was Richards second spell in charge at Ynys Park, having led the Rhondda... Read More

Ponty Feel The Power Of The Law As Cardiff Finally Bury Their Derby Jinx

Cardiff are still very much in chase for the Principality Premiership title after they won their first derby clash with arch-rivals Pontypridd in a decade with a 34-15 win at the Arms Park. In a game that proved the big Welsh rugby derbies aren’t merely confined to the festive regional... Read More

The Principality Premiership . . . Messed Up, Mangled And Mulitated, But Still Providing Festive Spice

The Boxing Day derbies at Guinness Pro14 level may have gone – dispersed elsewhere for the benefit of TV – so why not get your December 26th fix by heading towards Aberavon v Neath? It’s always a feisty derby and one of a number of local dust-ups that Geraint Powell... Read More

Dafydd Lockyer . . . 350 Not Out For Ponty

Dafydd Lockyer will make his 350th appearance for Pontypridd on Saturday with the club aiming to mark his big day with a victory. When Lockyer played his first match for Ponty in the 2002-2003 season, regional rugby was still little more than a twinkle in David Moffet’s eye. The 33-year-old centre did... Read More
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