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Ryan Giggs Makes Kieffer Moore The Merrier As One Of Seven New Wales Faces

Kieffer Moore is one of seven new faces called up by Ryan Giggs for Wales’ training squad ahead of next month’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Croatia and Hungary. Barnsley striker Moore – who was born in Torquay but who has a grandmother from Llanrug, near Caernarfon – joins several other unfamiliar names at the Algarve training camp from May 22-28, but injured pair Aaron Ramsey and Ethan Ampadu both miss out. Juventus-bound Ramsey has not played since April 18, when he suffered the hamstring injury which prematurely ended his Arsenal career and sees him miss the Gunners’ Europa League final date with Chelsea.

Unlucky Morris Misses Out On GT Race Podiums

Seb Morris remains third in the British GT Championship drivers’ standings, despite missing out on what could have been two podium race results at Snetterton yesterday. Wrexham-born driver Morris and JRM team-mate Rick Parfitt Jnr were on course to secure their second podium of the campaign in round three on Sunday morning. Having worked their way up from 10th on the grid, contact on the final lap of the 60-minute race resulted in damage to the No.31 Bentley and a slip to fifth on the drag to the line. Round four later in the day proved even more vexing for the 23-year old when an unfortunate spin for Parfitt Jnr, while pushing for the podium, led to heavy contact with the barriers. Although he rejoined the race, an unrelated late left rear puncture dropped the duo out of the top ten.

Graham Potter Turns From Swan To Seagull But Insists He'll Remember His 11-Month Stay Forever

Graham Potter has insisted he will remember Swansea City fans for the rest of his life after ending his spell in charge after less than a year to take over at Brighton. The 44-year-old – who once said he would remain at the Swans, “for however long they want me to stay” – was confirmed as the Seagulls’ new manager on Monday afternoon. The Swans had offered Potter a new contract in an attempt to ward off interest from the Premier League club, who sacked Chris Hughton following the end of the season.

Welshman Ben Davies Caps Magnificent Great Britain Recovery

Warriors Waste No Time In Claiming Local Bragging Rights

The South Wales Warriors took the honours in American Football’s Severnside derby to stay undefeated after three games this season. The Warriors wasted no time after crossing the Severn Bridge and raced into a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.  However the Apache, who were relegated from Division One last year, showed more resistance in the second quarter and made it to half-time without conceding any further points. 

From Politics To Pontoons: Lord Ellis Thomas Pushes The Boat Out

Welsh Government minister Lord Dafydd Ellis Thomas has helped to Push The Boat Out in Wales, with the chance to go sailing during a lunch break in Cardiff Bay. The deputy minister for culture, sport and tourism and helped launch Adventure Smart UK in Cardiff Bay, building nationally on the co-operation of adventure sports in Wales.

Welsh Ace Edward Vaughan, Aged 11, Takes Win Total To 50

Exclusive: How A Former Irish High Jumper Has Inspired Cardiff's Women To Soar To New Heights

Just five minutes on the telephone with Sharon Heveran and you understand how she has led Cardiff AC's women’s team from the depths of the domestic league structure to its pinnacle in just four years. Ten minutes on the phone and you understand why she is confident the team will thrive this season amongst some of the biggest and most historic clubs in British athletics.

Clara Evans' Run Of Form Continues In Manchester

Cardiff's Clara Evans produced an excellent run to claim a top 10 finish in a world class field at the Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run 10K on Sunday. Evans clocked 33:46, as she finished ninth in the high quality race won by triple world champion Hellen Obiri, in a time of 31:23. Sunday's performance is the latest in a series of excellent results for Evans since the turn of the year.

Cardiff Met Are Finally Into Europe . . . But They'll Need To Improve On Dire Play-Off Show

Cardiff Met will be playing European football for the first time next season, following their Welsh Premier League play-off victory over Bala Town. The students were held to a 1-1 draw after extra time before winning 3-1 on penalties at Maes Tegid. But Matthew Burgess says it was a match where the prize will be recalled long after the game itself. Rarely do finals make good spectacles and the 2018/19 Welsh Premier League season came to its conclusion without exception yesterday evening as the most valuable game in the domestic calendar was settled by a penalty-shoot in favour of Cardiff Met. Not that Christian Edwards or any of his staff, players or travelling supporters will care, of course. The game itself will matter little in the weeks and months to come as the club look forward to making their European debut later this summer.

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Five Young Bluebirds Selected For Wales Elite Squad

Cardiff City have five players in the Wales under-19 team for their Uefa Championships elite round challenge later this month. Goalkeeper George Ratcliffe, Ryan Reynolds, Sion Spence, Sam Bowen and Dan Griffiths are the young Bluebirds included, while Swansea City are represented by Ben Cabango and Brandon Cooper. Jay Foulston, the young... Read More

Tom Guaranteed Worlds Medal After Stunning Slovenian Comeback

Tom Matthews produced an epic comeback to reach the semi-finals... Read More

Andrew Davies Makes His Mountain Top . . . And Claims World Title

Welsh marathon runner Andrew Davies has proved himself king of the mountains in Slovenia. The Stockport Harrier won the individual Master 35 gold at the 18th WMRA World Masters Mountain Running Championship at the weekend. Davies – who finished 11th in the marathon at the Commonwealth Games in Australia last... Read More

Shields Up For Great Britain And Their Italian Job

Great Britain's Colin Shields says tonight's game against Italy is a ‘massive test' as GB aim for a third win in fourth matches at the World Championships. Both sides have won two of their opening three games to sit alongside Kazakhstan on six points. "Italy are a top-quality hockey nation and this... Read More

Britain Lose The Big Kazak Goal Debate In Budapest

Great Britain lost the big debate at the World Championships in Hungary - and that proved a major turning point against Kazakhstan. The teams were locked on 1-1 in their group clash when Anton Sagadeyev's tip in front of goalie Ben Bowns sent the puck high into the net. This clash was... Read More

Great Britain Face Kazakhstan's 'Swedish Wall' Henrik

Great Britain face one of the biggest netminders World ice hockey when they play Kazakhstan in Budapest on Tuesday. Stockholm-born Henrik Karlson, a 6ft 6ins former Calgary Flames NHL goalie nicknamed the ‘Swedish Wall’, took up Kazak citizenship this year and switched allegiance to his new nation. Karlson, 34, played for Sweden... Read More
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