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Birthday Boy Rhys Enoch Aims High For US Open Finale

Rhys Enoch has set himself an ambitious target of a top 16 finish at the US Open as he bids to underline it as his breakthrough tournament. The Welshman has already entered the record books with a second round 66 at Pebble Beach on Friday – the fourth lowest US Open round ever recorded at the course. Enoch - who turns 31 today (Sunday) – is hoping to celebrate his birthday in style by finishing high enough on the final leaderboard to earn an automatic place in next year’s tournament.

Life After Swimming . . . Health, Happiness And All That Jazz

Jazz Carlin is four months into the rest of her life after 14 years as an international swimmer. Wales’ Commonwealth champion and Olympic medallist spoke to Liz Byrne about life after swimming, her hopes, her fears, and her body. When double Olympic silver medalist Jazz Carlin announced her retirement from the pool she embarked on a new life that has brought a host of changes where excitement coexists with uncertainty. Carlin revealed she would be quitting the pool in February 2019 following a career that encompassed the misery and desolation of missing out on a home Olympics in 2012 through to the joy of double silver in the 400m and 800m freestyle four years later in Rio de Janeiro.

Teenager Harry Taylor is cut out for American Football

Teenage quarterback Harry Taylor has plenty of experience to call on during his rookie season with the South Wales Warriors in which he’s been throwing touchdowns for fun. The 19-year-old product of the club’s youth system is being guided through the season by starting QB Dean Jackson and, as his dad says, the college student comes from “a football family”. Though Taylor, from Cardiff, is in his first season of senior British American Football Association National League action he has been involved with the Llanharan-based Warriors since he was 13 and played for an “American high school style football programme” at the SGS College Bristol Academy of Sport. 

Evans Goes Fourth Into Final Day In Sardinia

Elfyn Evans completed a very long, baking hot and bone shaking Saturday in Rally Italy in fourth position – and there will be no easing off on the final day on Sunday, as the M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC driver starts it just 7.9 seconds ahead of fifth placed Andreas Mikkelsen (Hyundai). While the top three edged out a bit of a gap at the top of the leaderboard, Evans was embroiled in a very close battle with the Norwegian driver. Co-driven by Scott Martin, the Welshman will want to hold onto fourth, as it will give him extra points and put him in pole position to benefit from any mistakes or misfortune that happen ahead of him.

Clubs From Wales And Northern Ireland - Met, Barry, Ballymena - Join Forces For Europa League Adventure

McLaggon Nets In Hard Fought Barry Clash With Panjab

Rhys Enoch Makes The World Take Note At US Open With The Round Of His Life

Rhys Enoch will tee off at the third round of the US Open on Saturday afternoon, boosted by the confidence gained from the round of his life. The young Welshman fired an astonishing 5-under-par 66 at Pebble Beach – the second best round of the day. Only tournament leader Gary Woodland, who shot 65, managed a better score on the day as Enoch made the cut, despite opening with a round of 78 on Thursday.

James Broome To Battle With His GB Mates At Welsh National

James Broome will go head-to-head with his Great Britain teammates this weekend, when the Welsh carriage-driver competes at the Tristar Welsh National event at Cricklands. Two weeks ago, Broome – son of show jumping legend David – was part of the GB team that won a bronze medal at the Nations Cup in Holland. On Saturday and Sunday, he will be in opposition to colleagues Daniel Naprous and Wilf Bowman-Ripley at an event in Crick that counts as both a qualifier for the UK National Championships as well as a selection event for the British team.

Luke Commits To Dragons For New Promotion Push

Cardiff Met's 'Petrified' Christian Edwards In For Long Haul And Will Drive To Luxembourg For European Tie

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Dragons Sign Cartoon Artist Leighton To Boost Attack

Wrexham have signed an artist in their quest for Vanarama National League promotion success. Scottish forward Leighton Mcintosh, a former Dundee, Arbroath and Airdrie player, is an avid artist and who showcased his colourful work at an exhibition at Nethergate, Dundee under his designer name, Geckor Design. McIntosh, who has signed a... Read More

Rashford Favourite Redmond Follows 'Old Man's' Footsteps Alongside Dibble With Dragons

Christian Dibble and Devonte Redmond were young schoolboys when they sat in the back seat of a car on their way to Wrexham’s Racecourse ground. The pre-teenage kids chattered excitedly as they went with their dads, goalkeeper Andy Dibble and wing-back Paul Edwards, to watch the Dragons’ latest match in their... Read More

Spitfires Slay Wrexham Dragons Thanks To Doug's Extra Time Hammer Blow At The Racecourse

Wrexham 0, Eastleigh 1 after extra time Bryan Hughes is already planning a 2019-20 promotion charge after Wrexham were left devastated by a 1-0 home defeat against Eastleigh at the Racecourse. The Dragons had three efforts cleared off the Spitfires' line, twice hit the bar and had what looked a perfectly good goal... Read More

Eastleigh Worried Home Fans Will Lift Wrexham

Eastleigh FC are worried about the X-factor added by Dragons when they travel to Wrexham for Thursday’s play-offs eliminator. Hampshire club Eastleigh made it clear they preferred to play AFC Fylde and weren’t keen to face manager Bryan Hughes and his Wrexham Reds. “Fylde was our preference,” said Eastleigh manager Ben Strevens,... Read More

Wrexham Dreaming With EFL Return Within Reach

Wrexham are still dreaming of a Football League return under manager Bryan Hughes. The Dragons have been playing in the fifth tier for more than a decade, but have qualified for the Vanarama National League play-offs. They will finished fourth or fifth and face Harrogate or Eastleigh in their opening play-offs fixture. Ironically,... Read More

Dragons Clinch Home Tie In National League Play-Offs

Manager Bryan Hughes and his Wrexham team are record-breakers - and that’s official. The Dragons kept alive hopes of promotion to the Football League thanks to a magnificent strike by former Manchester City defender Kieran Kennedy, but it was goalkeeper Rob Lainton who took the plaudits. Wrexham have kept 26 clean sheets... Read More
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