It can take more than just talent to represent your country. Just ask athlete Caryl Granville, who tells Owen Morgan of an eight-year battle to finally reach her target of the Commonwealth Games. Hurdler Caryl Granville has spoken of her delight at having finally been selected to represent Wales at the Commonwealth Games. Having missed out on Delhi in 2010, Glasgow in 2014 and initially been told she wasn't going to Australia, the hurdler is still in shock after being named in the team of 21 to take part in the athletics programme at the multi-sport event.
There is nothing fishy about Swansea City’s incredible revival according to Ki Sung-Yueng, the Korean who reeled in the winner in the 1-0 victory over Burnley at the weekend. Manager Carlos Carvalhal continues with his sea-based images of lobsters, sardines, beachside barbeques and swimming against the tide, but his Korean midfielder reckons the Portuguese boss is more salt of the earth than salt water. After hammering home an 81st minute goal to make it 14 priceless Premier League points in just seven games under Carvalhal, Ki revealed the Swans surge is based on their manager’s good tactics and good humour.
Gareth Anscombe believes the denial of his disputed try at Twickenham was not the crucial factor in Wales’ defeat to England. The Cardiff Blues outside-half is convinced his effort should have stood and that he grounded the ball in the first-half of the Six Nations clash. But Anscombe also insists the incident was less significant than the fact that Wales did not seize further opportunities before going down 12-6.
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