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Williams Hails Robins Resilience Ahead Of Bala Clash

Nigel Edwards First Welshman Tokyo Bound In 2020

Nigel Edwards has become the first Welshman to book his ticket to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The 50-year-old former World No 2 amateur golfer, who made history by captaining three successive British Walker Cup teams in 2015, has been announced as the Team Leader for the Team GB golf team in Japan next year when they will be aiming to repeat the gold medal triumph of Justin Rose in Rio 2016.

Manager Gavin Commits Long-Term To Martyrs' Cause

Alun Wyn Jones: There's More To Come . . . And It's Heading England's Way

Alun Wyn Jones insists Wales have more in their locker and plan to unload it in England’s direction tomorrow afternoon. The Wales captain has conceded his team have not been at their best in their two Six Nations victories so far and should perhaps have scored four more tries than they have managed so far. The two remaining unbeaten teams in this season’s tournament go head to head in what is effectively a title eliminator at the Principality Stadium.

Land Of Their Fathers . . . Ieuan Evans, Gareth Llewellyn, Phil De Glanville And Jon Sleightholme

There should be some interesting touch-line chat at the ZipWorld Stadium, Colwyn Bay, tonight ahead of the Under 20 Six Nations game between Wales and England (KO 19.05, live on S4C). There will be a host of famous fathers of aspiring young sons at the game and three players who figured in Wales’ epic, and unexpected, 10-9 win over England in Cardiff in 1993 are set to meet up to watch their sons carry on the battle 26 years on. Heading the cast will be the Wales captain from that famous day, try-scorer Ieuan Evans, and he will have his pack leader Gareth Llewellyn with him. From the England camp will be replacement wing Phil de Glanville.

Devils Fans Out In Force For Giants Title Clash

Chaz Davies Back In 14th As New Team-Mate Sets The Pace

Chaz Davies admits he is still getting used to his new bike as he gets the World Superbikes campaign underway in Australia. The Knighton-born rider was 14th at the end of the first practice day as new team-mate Alvaro Bautista set the pace at Phillip Island.

Chris Jones: For A Small Nation Welsh Athletes Can Make A Big Impact On World Stage

If you are a talented young Welsh athlete, you will be spotted and your talent will be developed to the highest possible level. This inspiring message comes from the man tasked with taking Welsh track and field stars to the next cycle of global athletics events. National coach Chris Jones has been in post since last October, following his predecessor Scott Simpson’s move to a senior coaching role at British Athletics.

Warren Gatland Tells Wales To Play To The Edge . . . But Not Over It

Warren Gatland has told his players to climb into England tomorrow in Cardiff - but warned them to stay within the laws. The Wales coach has joined Eddie Jones in a spot of mind games before the Six Nations showdown, although his appear a more subtle attempted manipulation than the Australian’s brash claims that the home side are the greatest ever to wear the red jersey. Instead, Gatland has predicted a brutal physical contest, warning his players to stay on the right side of the referee and suggesting England prop Kyle Sinckler is a “time bomb” who could detonate at any moment.

Welsh XC Titles On The Line As Hundreds Head To Pembrey

Hundreds of club runners from all over Wales will rub shoulders with some of the nation’s elite athletes on Saturday. The annual George Crump Memorial Welsh Cross Country Championships will be held at Pembrey Country Park, near Llanelli. The current cross country season has been a particularly successful one for Welsh athletes. There have been a number of individual victories and stand out performances during the British Athletics Cross Challenge Series.

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Devils Trio Help Great Britain To Impressive Victory

Great Britain defeated KHL team Dinamo Riga 3-1 at Coventry’s Skydome in front of a sold-out arena. Luke Ferrara and Ben Lake scored on their home ice in Coventry, while Ben O’Connor added an empty-net goal.  Cardiff Devils netminder Ben Bowns turned away 41 of the 42 shots he faced. GB took the lead... Read More

Strong Welsh Presence For Great Britain At Coventry

Cardiff Devils players Mark Richardson, Matthew Myers and goalie Ben Bowns are all in the Great Britain team for their international challenge match against Dinamo Riga this evening (Wednesday). The match is at Coventry’s Skydome home and is the first of five games for GB ahead of May’s World Championship in... Read More

In-Form Batch Left Out Of Great Britain Squad

Great Britain head coach Peter Russell has shocked many Cardiff Devils fans by leaving big-hitting defenceman Josh Batch of the national team. The 6ft 4ins Batch is in the best form of his career and helped Devils win back-to-back Elite League titles over the last two seasons, but has been left... Read More

Cardiff Devils Blow Chance Of Jumping To Number One

Cardiff Devils suffered a final period nightmare in Coventry and blew their chance of becoming Elite League leaders. These teams meet again at the Viola Arena in Cardiff Bay this evening and the match is already a 3,000-plus sell-out. Head coach Andrew Lord and his Devils led twice against Blaze and would... Read More

Sam Missed Flames, But Set To Jump Into Blaze

Sam Duggan, Cardiff Devils’ new signing, could make his debut in their Challenge Cup match against Coventry Blaze at the SkyDome on Sunday (5.15pm). Great Britain international Duggan, aged 20, skated with his new team-mates on Friday after flying in from the USA, but he was not risked against Guildford Flames... Read More

Devils Focus On New European Adventure In Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Devils ended their pre-season schedule and are now focused on European Champions League hockey. Captain Jake Morissette and his Devils were edged out 5-4 by an impressive Coventry Blaze team at the Skydome and now go into back-to-back European home fixtures. Red Bull Salzburg are at Ice Arena Wales on Thursday... Read More
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