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Evans On Top Of The World After Victory In Sweden

Elfyn Evans shares the lead of the FIA World Rally Championship tonight, after becoming the first British driver to win Rally Sweden. Before today, only six nationalities had won the traditional winter round of the series, with 64 victories out of 70 events going to either Swedish or Finnish drivers. Colin McRae came close by finishing second in 1992, but in a brilliant performance Evans led this year’s event from start to finish to leave Sweden tied at the top of the drivers’ standings with Thierry Neuville.

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Cardiff City Never Came Back For Kieffer Moore . . . But He's Massive For Us, Says Wigan Boss

Cardiff City fans have been told they will soon be cheering Kieffer Moore again – even though his two goals slowed the Bluebirds’ promotion push. Moore scored twice for Wigan in their 2-2 draw at the Cardiff City Stadium, where the 6ft 7in Wales striker has yet to find the net for his adopted country. But the player who scored vital away goals for Ryan Giggs’ side on their way to successful qualification for the Euro 2020 finals, will soon have supporters in the capital cheering for him, according to Wigan manager Paul Cook.

Evans On The Brink Of Rally Sweden History

Elfyn Evans is on the brink of joining an elite club of non-Scandinavian drivers to have won Rally Sweden, as he takes a 17.2 second lead into tomorrow shortened final day of the event. The Toyota driver, who has led the event from the start, set three more fastest stage times today to double his lead over reigning world champion Ott Tänak (Hyundai). Only a very short day tomorrow stands between Evans and his second win in the FIA World Rally Championship.

Steve Cooper Admits It's Been A Bad Week For Swansea City . . . And The Clock Is Ticking

Steve Cooper admits time is running out on Swansea City's hopes of a play-off spot as he launched a scathing attack on his side's defending. The Swansea boss saw his side come from behind three times to take the lead at Hull City. But the final defensive lapse allowed Tigers sub Tom Eaves to snatch a draw five minutes into injury-time.

Evans Leads After Stunning Start To Rally Sweden

With such a shortened route, every driver had to be super-fast out of the blocks today if they were to stand any chance of winning Rally Sweden – and fastest of all was Elfyn Evans, who leads the event for the first time in his career tonight. Evans set a blistering time on the opening stage, completing it 1.1 seconds quicker than Ott Tänak (Hyundai) and 2.9 seconds fastest than his Toyota team-mate and six time world champion Sébastien Ogier. And Evans never lost that lead all day, setting another fastest time on stage three and two second quickest times on stages two and four to lead Tänak (the reigning world champion and last year’s Rally Sweden winner) by 8.5 seconds.

One Tough Mother . . . Helen Jenkins Is Back - With Mali And Max Along For The Ride

Good enough to beat the rest of the world, twice, Wales’ former world champion triathlete Helen Jenkins has never allowed her path to be blocked by obstacles. So, why should two kids and surgery on her spine get in the way of her comeback, as she tells Graham Thomas. Helen Jenkins plans to race again in April – having proved that anything is possible if you’re determined stay active and impress the kids. For most of us that might mean keeping in reasonable shape as the years pass in order to enjoy life to the full with the family.

Daniel McKerlich Thought, "Why Are There No Para Events In Wales?" So, He's Set One Up

A teenage race-walker is organising his own para athletics meeting in Cardiff to give fellow disability athletes the opportunity to compete against each other. Daniel McKerlich, who competes in the T20 category for people with learning difficulties, has spotted a need for a competition in Wales exclusively for disabled athletes. The 19-year-old hopes his Para Athletics Event 2020 will attract some of Britain's top para athletes as they prepare for the Tokyo Paralympics and go in search of qualifying standards.

Mountain Ash Reach The Summit As RCT Schools Netball Champions

Newly crowned champions Mountain Ash Comprehensive School plan to defend their RCT Schools Netball title next year – kitted out in new gear. The year 11 girls won the tournament for the first time to carry off the trophy and £250 prize money - sponsored by Netball Universe - which they intend to put to good use by buying new team dresses. After watching her side beat runners-up Treorchy Comprehensive School 11-8 after extra-time in a thrilling final, Mountain Ash coach Lynsey Morgan said: “We’ll be using the prize money to buy netball dresses, which the girls are excited about.

Wales netball

Mid-Court Player Bethan Happy To Be Back In The Netball Green Of Celtic Dragons And The Red Of Wales

Bethan Dyke announced her return to full fitness by playing a full part in the Welsh Netball Summer Test Series. Wales fought out six games in seven days, winning four, with the mid-court player standing tall at wing-attack or centre. Former Cardiff Met University student Bethan, originally from Bridgend, was out injured... Read More

Kyra's Celtic Dragons In Superleague Seventh Heaven

Kyra Jones, Celtic Dragons' Australian-born mid court player, was named coaches player of the season at their awards night. Head coach Tania Hoffman presented Wales international Jones, who retired from Vitality Superleague Netball after the final fixture, with her trophy. Players, management and staff of Celtic Dragons gathered at Cameo Club, Pontcanna to... Read More

Welsh Dragons Ready To Launch New Era Of Netball

Welsh Netball are ready to launch a new era at club and country level. Australian Julie Hoornweg, appointed Wales interim coach last season, took charge following the departure of head coach Trish Wilcox. Hoornweg was in charge of Vitality Superleague club Celtic Dragons and the Welsh national team who competed in the... Read More

Dragons Focus On Big Finish To Superleague Season

Welsh club Celtic Dragons remain intent on a big finish to the Vitality Netball Superleague season. Australian head coach Julie Hoornweg and her team have eight Superleague fixtures left and still have to play bottom club UWS Sirens home and away. Dragons also travel to Team Northumbria, who are level on points... Read More

New Coach Lifts Wales Netball Ahead Of Games

There is a new buoyancy in and around netball in Wales. Australian coach Julie Hoornweg has taken charge of the Welsh team ahead of the Commonwealth Games and Celtic Dragons, who have earned their first Vitality Netball Superleague victory. Dragons defeated Surrey Storm 55-50 at the Wales Sport National Centre. Goalshooter Chelsea Lewis,... Read More

Wales Netball Bring In Aussie Julie Hoornweg To Head National Team and Celtic Dragons

Wales and the Celtic Dragons have plugged the gap left by Trish Wilcox by appointing Australian Julie Hoornweg as their new coach. Hoornweg will take charge of the Dragons for the remainder of their Netball Superleague season and also oversee the national team as they head towards the Commonwealth Games... Read More
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