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Gareth Bale Back For Wales . . . To Boost Hosting Bid For Euro 2028

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Gareth Bale will boost the bid from the UK and Ireland to host Euro 2028 by joining the Welsh delegation in Geneva next month. Bale, the Wales men’s team’s most capped player and record goalscorer, retired from football in January after an illustrious career that saw him win five Champions League titles and three FIFA Club World Cups at Real Madrid.

Cardiff City Boss Erol Bulut Admits Carabao Cup Was A Sideshow He Can Do Without

Erol Bulut Cardiff City
Erol Bulut has confessed he threw any chance of progress in the Carabao Cup out of the window as he wanted to keep Cardiff City’s focus on the Championship road instead. Bulut’s Bluebirds were hammered 5-2 at Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday after the Turkish boss decided to change his entire line-up.

Jac Of All Trades . . . Morgan Backed To Add Lions Job To Wales Role

Jac Morgan Wales
Jac Morgan has gone from part-time rugby player to full-time prospect as potential Lions captain in the course of four years. After his superb leadership of the Wales team so far at the Rugby World Cup in France, Morgan is the name on everyone’s lips.

Wales Warrior Rosie Eccles On The Road To Olympic Redemption

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Rosie Eccles believes the heartbreak of missing out on a place at the Tokyo Olympics will stand her in good stead when she finally realises a long-held boxing ambition in Paris next year. The 27-year-old from Cardiff was denied a second shot at reaching the delayed 2020 Games when Covid forced the cancellation of the second qualifier in London, and three personal bouts with the illness left her fearing the “curse” could strike again.

Bats Hit Crazy For Rounders . . . The Sport That Is Sweeping Wales

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They play every week and bid to outdo each other as much with their names as on the scoreboard. Base Invaders v Son Of A Pitch. Drum and Bases v Saved By The Balls. Bats Hit Crazy v The Merry Go Rounders.

Wales Can Stay At Top Level Says Gemma Grainger, Despite Demolition By The Danes

Gemma Grainger Wales
Gemma Grainger has insisted Wales can still stay in the top tier of the Nations League despite suffering her biggest defeat as manager in front of her own fans. The Wales boss was left looking for crumbs of comfort after her team were demolished, 5-1, by a slick Denmark side at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Glanmor Griffiths . . . Welsh Rugby Pays Tribute To His Hard-Hatted Determination And Legacy

Glanmor Griffiths
Tributes have been paid from across Welsh rugby to Glanmor Griffiths, the founding father of the Principality Stadium, who has died at the age of 83. During his time as treasurer, chair and president of the Welsh Rugby Union he became a towering and sometimes controversial figure who became known throughout Wales simply as ‘Glanmor’.

Matthew Maynard Puts His Emotions – And Frustrations – Aside And Aims To Bow Out With A Win

Matthew Maynard
Matthew Maynard insists it will be the business of winning and not emotion driving him through his final match as Glamorgan coach which starts on Tuesday. The Glamorgan stalwart – as superb batsman, trophy-winning captain and in recent years in coaching – will end his time as head coach at Sophia Gardens when the county play their final match of the County Championship season at home to Derbyshire.

Gemma Grainger Insists Wales Are Not Firing Blanks As Denmark Become The Target

Gemma Grainger
Gemma Grainger insists she will send her Wales team out against Denmark on Tuesday night, convinced they can score the goals for success in the Women’s Nations League. Wales lost 1-0 in their opening fixture of the tournament away in Iceland last week, a failure in front of goal that has become a recurring theme against higher-ranked opposition.

Gareth Anscombe Admits There Was Relief To Go With The Glory For Wales

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Gareth Anscombe admits there is an element of relief after Wales avoided a fight to the finish in their quest for a Rugby World Cup quarter-final place. Wales’ record-breaking 40-6 victory over Australia meant they got the job done early in Pool C.

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Gareth Bale Back For Wales . . . To Boost Hosting Bid For Euro 2028

Gareth Bale will boost the bid from the UK and Ireland to host Euro 2028 by joining the Welsh delegation in Geneva next month. Bale, the Wales men’s team’s most capped player and record goalscorer, retired from football in January after an illustrious career that saw him win five Champions... Read More

Cardiff City Boss Erol Bulut Admits Carabao Cup Was A Sideshow He Can Do Without

Erol Bulut has confessed he threw any chance of progress in the Carabao Cup out of the window as he wanted to keep Cardiff City’s focus on the Championship road instead. Bulut’s Bluebirds were hammered 5-2 at Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday after the Turkish boss decided to change his entire... Read More

Jac Of All Trades . . . Morgan Backed To Add Lions Job To Wales Role

Jac Morgan has gone... Read More

Wales Warrior Rosie Eccles On The Road To Olympic Redemption

Rosie Eccles believes the heartbreak of missing out on a place at the Tokyo Olympics will stand her in good stead when she finally realises a long-held boxing ambition in Paris next year. The 27-year-old from Cardiff was denied a second shot at reaching the delayed 2020 Games when Covid forced... Read More

Bats Hit Crazy For Rounders . . . The Sport That Is Sweeping Wales

They play every week and bid to outdo... Read More

Wales Can Stay At Top Level Says Gemma Grainger, Despite Demolition By The Danes

Gemma Grainger has insisted Wales can still stay in the top tier of the Nations League despite suffering her biggest defeat as manager in front of her own fans. The Wales boss was left looking for crumbs of comfort after her team were demolished, 5-1, by a slick Denmark side... Read More
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