Brookwell Brace Not Enough As Caernarfon Share Points With Bala Town

Sean Morrison Won't Be Thrown Off Course In Using Cardiff City's Not So Secret Weapon

Of all the statistics about Cardiff City this season, the one that takes the biscuit so far concerns Sean Morrison and his long throws. A proven attacking weapon for the Bluebirds ever since Aron Gunnarsson started the trend shortly after his arrival in the Welsh capital in 2011, the Icelandic midfielder’s absence through injury this season has allowed the skipper to take over the role. Last weekend he launched 20 throws into the Burnley box in an attempt to cause mayhem and grab a few goals. There was plenty of the former, but none of the latter.

Ollie Griffiths Puts Wales Wales Rivalry Aside As Dragons Seek First Derby Win In 21 Matches

Ollie Griffiths can make a major statement for Wales inclusion when he faces Ellis Jenkins on Saturday, but he insists that is far from his mind. Instead, the Dragons openside flanker will concentrate on trying to gain a first victory for his team in their derby fixture against the Cardiff Blues since 2014. Griffiths is a rival to Jenkins for the Wales No.7 shirt this season, following the retirement of Sam Warburton. But the former Wales U20 players says Guinness Pro 14 points will be thing uppermost in his mind, rather than impressing Warren Gatland.

Misfire Mugs Evans Of Wales Rally GB Victory Opportunity

An engine misfire has put Elfyn Evans out of the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB. The Dolgellau driver was a superb second, just 8.9 seconds behind Ott Tänak, when he drove out of midday service in Deeside and headed for the first of this afternoon’s three forestry stages. But he never reached Clocaenog. On the A494 near Mold, a misfire stopped his M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC, with flames reportedly coming out of the exhaust and setting the car’s rear bodywork on fire.

Neil Warnock . . .Two Years And Counting At Cardiff City, But Is This The Beginning Of The End?

Is Neil Warnock’s time at Cardiff City slowly coming to an end? It is not a question any Cardiff City fan has been asking, but the Bluebirds boss was the one who raised the issue at his weekly pre-match press conference today (Friday) as he celebrated his second anniversary at the club. Seven games without a win since Cardiff’s return to the top flight has placed the whole team and club under strain. Only the slenderest of goal difference is currently keeping them off the bottom of the table.

Ralph Flying In To Boost Wales World Cup Bid

Josh Ralph will fly over to Wales from Australia this autumn to take part in the European Championship and 2021 Rugby League World Cup qualifiers. Wales face France, Scotland and Ireland and the full squad for the tournament will be announced on October 18.

Welsh Sailing's Longest Running Running Disability Scheme Celebrates 12 Years

The longest running continuous Sailability scheme in Wales, to help people with a disability go sailing, is celebrating it’s 12th anniversary, while one of the groups behind it celebrates their fiftieth. The Innovate Trust, RYA Cymru Wales and the Cardiff Harbour Authority have been running the Sailability scheme at Channel View in Cardiff Bay to people with a disability go sailing in a safe environment

After One-Way Derbies, Wayne Pivac Admits Ospreys Are Back Again

Wayne Pivac has warned his Scarlets team the Ospreys are no longer the soft touch of previous seasons. As the two rivals meet on Saturday in the first Guinness Pro14 Welsh derby of the season, the Scarlets coach is convinced the opponents he knows best are now on the up. The Scarlets did the double over their neighbours last season and Pivac’s side have only lost one of their last five matches between the teams.

Evans Flies In Close Battle For Wales Rally GB Lead

Elfyn Evans has made a magnificent start to today’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB eight stages, and after the morning loop of five tests is second overall – just 8.9 seconds behind rally leader Ott Tänak. Co-driven by Dan Barritt, Evans started today in 13th place, after last night’s short opening stage at Tir Prince. The Dolgellau driver leapfrogged eight places to fifth after a great time through this morning’s slippery opening forest stage in Clocaenog and was then up to second after a superb time through Brenig, which is the longest stage of the event. And his time could have been even quicker, had a false puncture alarm not distracted him in his M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC. Another great run through Penmachno forest, plus two fast and consistent runs through a very tricky Slate Mountain stage, sees Evans enter midday service in Deeside in a very strong second place.

Josh Griffiths Wants Cardiff Half Success As Springboard To More London Marathon Glory

Swansea Harrier Josh Griffiths is targeting a big October as he sets his sights on Sunday’s Commonwealth Half Marathon Championship and the Dublin Marathon later in the month. The man who shot to prominence when he finished as the top British runner at the 2017 London Marathon is relishing taking on the best the Commonwealth has to offer once again after his exploits on the Gold Coast earlier this year. The 24-year-old finished 15th in the Commonwealth Games marathon which he described at the time as “the hardest race I have ever done”.


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