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Would You Adam And Eve It? Ashley-Cooper Is Back To Worry Wales All Over Again

Wales will have to deal with their Aussie bogeyman if they want to get past Australia at next month’s World Cup. Adam Ashley-Cooper is back for another crack at taming the Dragonhood after the 118-cap veteran utility back was included in the Wallabies’ 31 man squad for Japan. The man who boasts a perfect record of 13 wins from 13 games against Wales was in the Australia side that beat Wales to fourth place at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand and also played in the Pool victory at Twickenham four years ago.

Neil Warnock Found Something Smelly At Bury . . . But He Still Wants A Sweet Outcome

Neil Warnock admits he once stepped in something nasty at Bury, but he is clear his former club has to be kept alive. Warnock was Bury manager 20 years ago - another lifetime from his current job with Cardiff City - and admits it was one of the few jobs he looks back on without much fondness. But as the League One side face expulsion from the Football League at midnight tonight, Warnock insists the game should ensure the Shakers do not go under.

Dai Greene Bids For Chance To Return To World's Top Table

More than 40 Welsh athletes travel to Birmingham this weekend in search of PBs, British titles and places on the plane to Doha for next month's World Athletics Championships. The Alexander Stadium hosts a star-studded line up for the Muller British Athletics Championships and world trials across Saturday and Sunday. Welsh competitors who hit the World Championships standards and finish in the top two in each event will guarantee a Great Britain team place alongside countryman Dewi Griffiths, who has already been selected to contest the marathon in Doha.

Regan Grace To Keep The Welsh Flag Flying High For Saints At Wembley

Regan Grace will be hoping to maintain a great Welsh tradition when he runs out at Wembley Stadium for the Challenge Cup final this weekend. The young Welsh wing has already helped St. Helens to win the Super League’s League Leaders Shield and now he is eyeing up a first Challenge Cup winners medal against Warrington Wolves. He scored in two of his side’s three games to get to Wembley and the 22-year-old has notched 19 in 27 outings this year.

Neil Warnock Insists Lee Tomlin Has Never Been Worked So Hard In His Life

Lee Tomlin’s re-awakening at Cardiff City has come after the hardest summer of his life, according to manager Neil Warnock. The controversial midfielder turned in a convincing claim for more game time on Wednesday night as he laid for the foundations for the Bluebirds’ 2-1 victory over Huddersfield. Tomlin has made just six league starts for the club since he joined from Bristol City in a £2.9m move from Bristol City two years ago.

Cole Closes In On All-Time 23 Epynt Rally Win Record

Damian Cole has a chance of winning his twenty-third rally on Epynt this weekend – and in doing so equal the astonishing all-time winning record set by John Price, that has stood for almost 20 years. For the best part of three decades, Price was the master of Epynt; the man to beat over the undulating and unforgiving narrow asphalt roads of the military range, high above Sennybridge. Having retired from competition, Price’s amazing achievement looked unbeatable – until now!

Wilson Picks It . . . In Midnight's Hour

Wales’ Georgia Wilson is celebrating after winning silver for Great Britain in her first senior championships at the European Para-dressage Championships in Rotterdam. The 23-year-old from Wrexham, riding Midnight, finished second behind multi-Paralympian Pepo Puch from Austria, on Sailor’s Blue. Wilson’s score of 73.47% secured Britain’s first medal of the championships before she paid tribute to her trainer Sophie Wells.

Aaron Wainwright Is The Wales Bolter Who Can Hit The Target

The waiting - and wanting - will be over on September 1. That’s the date Warren Gatland is due to name his Wales World Cup squad. Robin Davey says a one-time outsider is now at the centre of things, but there are at least two more hoping to move from the fringes. Crunch time is rapidly approaching for Wales' World Cup hopefuls. With the England double-header now done and dusted, there is just one game left before Warren Gatland finalises his World Cup squad.

Buzz Surrounds Electric Rally Car Event In Swansea

Rally fans will get a glimpse of the future at the first Green Dragon EV Rally and Show, which takes place in Swansea over the Bank Holiday weekend (23-24 August). Brecon-based rally driver Sara Williams, who is an FIA Ambassador for Women in Motorsport, will be one of the stars of the event, as she drives the all-new MG ZSEV. Among the other automotive attractions will be the ground-breaking eRally Zoe Junior Rally car, the much anticipated e-Golf EV from Sinclair Volkswagen, a SUV MG ZS from Bridgend’s Nathaniel Cars, an iPace courtesy of Sinclair Jaguar Swansea, a Tesla Model S85D and Model 3 and a hydrogen fuel celled Riversimple Rasa.

There Are No Snobs Here, Says Swansea Boss Steve Cooper

Steve Cooper insists his high-flying Swans will not be “snobby” about their elevated status. The Swansea City manager remains unbeaten since he took charge at the club after a 3-1 victory at QPR on Wednesday night lifted his team to second place in the Championship table. With four matches played, only Leeds United are above Cooper’s men on goal difference after three victories and a draw.

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Newport Rocked By Series Of Blunders On Away Day

Cambridge United 0, Newport County 0 Newport County earned an away point at Cambridge United in the face of adversity. They were rocks by a series of problems before battling to a goalless draw. Blow number one: Ordered pre-match food was not delivered and the team coach had to stop at Reading Services... Read More

Newport County Aiming To Be In Seventh Heaven

Manager Michael Flynn has warned his Newport County players, staying: “Beware a Cambridge United backlash.” County have won all of their last six meetings against the U’s to a combined goals aggregate of 17-5, including Jamille Matt and Padraig Amond both firing four against Cambridge in 2018-19. Can they make it seven... Read More

Newport Upbeat Thanks To Work Of Defensive Unit

Newport County are keeping things tight in their quest to make a late dash to snatch a League Two play-off slot. The Exiles are five points away from seventh place with six matches left and their remarkable defensive record is keeping hopes alive. Goalkeeper Joe Day has conceded only one goal in... Read More

Unhappy Anniversary For Newport Manager Flynn

Michael Flynn’s anniversary was spoiled by a Colchester United team who were simply too good for his Exiles on the day. Newport-born Flynn took charge of his home-city team two years to the year since he was first appointed, but it was a disastrous day for County in Essex. “We were outplayed,”... Read More

Teenager James' Treble In Seven Goals Bluebirds Win

James Waite, a Welsh teenager with bags of ability, led the charge when Cardiff City powered to a 7-0 under-23 win against Colchester United. The Bluebirds included four over-age first team players in their team, which is within the rules, with goalkeeper Alex Smithies, Matt Connolly, Loic Damour and Gary Madine... Read More

Isaak And Dan Keep Young Bellamy Bluebirds Top

Isaak Davies and Dan Griffiths scored the goals in a 2-0 away win which kept Cardiff City top of Professional Under-18 Development League South. Craig Bellamy, manager of the young Bluebirds, went head-to-head with fellow Welshman Chris Llewellyn, who is in charge of Colchester’s under-18 team. Merthyr Tydfil-born Llewellyn, aged 39, is a... Read More
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