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Time For Wales To Open The Roof And Shut Up The Wallabies

Wales have been made favourites to beat Australia on Saturday, even though it’s now a decade since they last did so. Robin Davey believes the facts back that up, but for history to change tack he wants some help from the elements. Wales don't get to beat Australia - or do they? For on Saturday, they will surely never have a better chance of ending their dismal against their southern hemisphere rivals.

Sarah Set For GB Debut In China

Sarah Jones will become the second Welsh Women’s Hockey international to make her Great Britain debut this year when she plays at the FIH Women’s Champions Trophy in China. Jones, who has won 91 Welsh caps, was named as part of an 18-strong squad to head to China to face the host national, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan and Argentina.

Ben Heading Back To Finland Leaving Devils Looking For New Blood

Ben Blood has quit Cardiff Devils after just four months to join Finnish outfit Tappara. The 6ft 4in American defenceman only joined in July but had quickly established himself on and off the ice in Cardiff.

Peter Creed Comeback Helps Wizards Romp To Whitewash Over Chichester

Peter Creed came from a game down to help the Welsh Wizards secure maximum points against Chichester and consolidate their third spot in the Premier Squash League. At a packed Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff on Tuesday night, Creed battled back from dropping his opening game to overcome giant Egyptian Omar Abdel Meguid, 5-11, 11-5, 11-6. The victory over 6ft 4in Meguid ensured a Wizards’ 5-0 whitewash and means the Welsh team stay in third spot in the Southern Division, behind Luxfords St.George’s Hill of Surrey and London’s Tradition RAC.

The Welsh Rugby Player Whose Sacrifice Led To Remembrance Sunday

Wales are playing Australia on Saturday, on the eve of Remembrance Sunday, with added significance this year of the 100th anniversary of the ending of the First World War. Rob Cole reveals the link between Welsh rugby and the origins of the commemorations. When you stand for the two minute silence to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ending of ‘the war to end all wars’, World War 1, at 11.00am on Armistice Day on Sunday, bear in mind that there is a strong Welsh rugby link to the tribute to the fallen heroes of so many global conflicts. The idea for the silent vigil was suggested to King George V by universally acclaimed South African writer, Sir Percy Fitzpatrick.

Ralph Ready To Help Fire Dragons To World Cup

Young Bluebirds Power Into Welsh Cup Last 16

Young Bluebirds Battle To Earn Under-23 Draw In Suffolk

Geraint Ready To Shed The Pounds In Search Of More Tour De France Glory

Geraint Thomas admits he is a bit fatter and wife, Sara, is getting fed-up of him being around as he savoured his Tour de France victory that confirmed his place in Welsh sporting history. Now he is relishing getting back on his bike in anger and beginning the long training rides as he prepares to defend the Yellow Jersey next July.

Blues Uruguay Clash Hands World Cup Spying Chance To Gatland

Warren Gatland will get the chance to run the rule over two of next year’s World Cup opponents this week with Uruguay playing against Cardiff Blues tonight and the Wallabies coming to the Principality Stadium on Saturday night. The Uruguayans conceded 10 tries on their first visit to the Welsh capital when they crashed to a 66-22 defeat to Wales A at the Millennium Stadium on 24 November, 2001.

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Mike's The New Boy Among Four Devils Signings

Cardiff Devils have revealed four new signings during their Calgary summit. Winger Mike Hedden is the first new player added to... Read More