Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has declared his club are playing “sexy football” again under manager Graham Potter. Jenkins – who turned to Potter at the start of the summer after hiring and firing Garry Monk, Francesco Guidolin, Bob Bradley, Paul Clement and Carlos Carvalhal in rapid succession – reckons the club have rediscovered their identity under their current boss who he describes as “a breath of fresh air.” Writing in his programme notes ahead of Saturday’s home game against Ipswich, Jenkins has heaped praise on Potter who has guided his team into the play-off positions despite having to oversee a fire sale of top talent.
Wales squad sailor Tasmyn Green tamed the boys to win the Optimist title in the BYS Welsh Regional Championships at Pembrokeshire Yacht Club. While fellow North Wales and Wales squad sailor Callum Davidson Guild, a former winner in the Optimist class of boat, claimed the 420 title along with crew Oscar Cawthorne, as well as second in the General Handicap class.
Ellie Pryor and Dan Thompson will be flying the flag at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires this weekend when they join the 43-strong team in chasing medals in 17 sports.
Welsh Weightlifting has selected a team of 19 athletes to compete in the Celtic Nations Championships in Dublin on Saturday, 27 October. There are three age categories in the event with male and female lifters joining forces at U17, U20 and Senior levels.
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