Rugby Isn't Boring . . . But Watching Lots Of It On TV - That'll Make You Very Dull, Indeed

The debates have raged on during the Autumn Nations Cup. For some, the game has become a snore-fest of kicking, pile-ups, penalties and shapeless set-pieces. For others, these moaners just don’t get the modern game. For Harri Morgan, it all depends on where you sit – and how long you’ve been watching. There is a critical point in the life of a hobby golfer where a decision must be made - continue as a happy hacker or invest the hours into improving. More time spent honing the swing might yield a tad more consistency out on the course, but it will also drive up performance expectation.

Wales Raise More Doubts Over Ryan Giggs' Future As Rob Page Given World Cup Role

Caretaker manager Rob Page will conduct Wales' World Cup draw media duties with uncertainty remaining over the long term future of Ryan Giggs. Page was in interim charge last month as Wales beat the Republic of Ireland and Finland to secure promotion to the top tier of the Nations League and confirm their place in Pot 2 of Monday's World Cup qualifying draw in Switzerland. Giggs was absent for Wales' November games after being arrested on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend at his Manchester home on November 1.

Josh Adams Can Be Test Lion And Might Just Be The Best Wing In The World, Says Nigel Walker

The countdown to the Lions tour of 2021 has begun with contenders only likely to have six more Test opportunities in which to press their claims. For the wing spots, Josh Adams has a lead on his rivals built up over the past two seasons according to former Wales wing Nigel Walker, who spoke to Graham Thomas. Josh Adams can underline his status as a Lion-in-waiting when he plays his final international of the year this weekend, according to former Wales wing Nigel Walker. Adams will pair up with Louis Rees-Zammit against Italy on Saturday as Wales bid to end their underwhelming Autumn Nations Cup showing with an emphatic win against Italy.

Kieran Hardy . . . The New Wales No.9 With Designs On Being Number One

The Jersey boys will be uniting again tomorrow as three former players of the Channel Islands club – Kieran Hardy, Callum Sheedy and Will Rowlands – prepare to face Italy. Hardy has had a brief taste of Test rugby and now wants to challenge the more established names as James Dodd reports. Kieran Hardy is determined to end Wales’ 2020 campaign by proving he can be first choice scrum-half in 2021. The 25-year-old from Carmarthen made his debut a fortnight ago in Wales’ 18-0 victory over Georgia at Llanelli.

LIVE BLOG: Elfyn Evans Fourth At Rally Monza But Still On Course For WRC Title

Good morning.....and welcome to Dai Sport's live blog as Elfyn Evans bids to become the first Welsh driver to be crowned World Rally Champion. The 31-year-old is lying fourth after Thursday's opening special stage of Rally Monza on Thursday.

Neil Harris Insists Fanless Cardiff City Are "Not Fussed" By Watford Supporters

Neil Harris insists he is “not fussed” by the presence of Watford fans for Cardiff City’s visit to Vicarage Road on Saturday. The Bluebirds manager is more concerned by the continued absence of his own club’s fans from home games which he says is leading to unfairness within the Championship. Fans returned to Football League matches for the first time in 266 days on Wednesday as clubs in tiers one and two welcomed back supporters.

Zoe Backstedt's World Cup CX Campaign Hit By COVID-19 Rules

Zoe Backstedt's chances of claiming another UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup victory this month have been dashed by COVID-19 regulations. Cycling's governing body has cancelled the junior women's races that were scheduled to take place victory in Belgium, in Namur on 20 December and Dendermonde on 27 December.

It's A Case Of Steady Elfyn As Evans Launches WRC Title Bid In Monza

Elfyn Evans admitted he took it steady as he got his bid to be crowned World Rally Champion underway in Monza. Having had a spin in the pre-event shakedown earlier in the morning, the title pacesetter took a cautious approach on SS1 in Monza's F1 circuit.

Diversity Levels In Welsh Sport Described As "Shameful" After New Survey

Former Wales striker Nathan Blake has told sports in Wales to stop talking and start doing something about their lack of diversity. His call comes after an ITV Wales investigation revealed levels of diversity that were described as "shocking" and "shameful" by Race Council Cymru. A survey conducted showed there are only 19 people from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background out of 765 employees across some of Wales' biggest sports governing bodies.

FAW Back Laura McAllister Bid For FIFA

Laura McAllister has been backed by the Football Association of Wales to bring expertise and insight to world football’s governing body. Professor McAllister – a former Wales captain, former chair of Sport Wales and now professor of public policy and governance at Cardiff University – has is standing for election to FIFA’s council. Nominated by the FAW and backed by the other home associations, McAllister is bidding to become UEFA’s designated female representative on FIFA council.

Matthew Burgess

Cymru Premier: Barry Town Held By Stubborn Bala, Saints Smash Aber

Neither Barry Town or Bala Town were able to extend their 100 percent records after the two cancelled each other out at a sun-soaked Jenner Park. The two sides remain joint-top of the Cymru Premier along with Cardiff Met, who also extended their winning run. Elsewhere, The New Saints recorded a... Read More

Barry Town United Face Bala Town In Early Table Topping Tilt

A full Bank Holiday fixture programme in the Cymru Premier League sees the league's two clubs with 100 percent records go head to head at Jenner Park. Only Barry and Bala have been able to produce successive wins in the opening two rounds of the new season prior to this afternoon's... Read More

Cymru Premier League: Hood Stunner Denies Penybont

Jonathan Hood scored a spectacular winner before getting sent off from the dugout as Barry Town came back from behind to defeat newly promoted Penybont 2-1 on the opening night of the new Cymru Premier League season. There were also wins for Aberystwyth Town and Bala Town while Newtown and Cefn... Read More

The Dai Sport 2019/20 Cymru Premier League Season Preview

You know it's been a good summer for Welsh Cymru Premier League teams when a league fixture is forced to be rescheduled to accommodate European commitments. It might be some time yet before the league's fixture computer is working away to identify free fixture dates in late October, but for the... Read More

Battling Connah’s Quay Keep Tie Alive Against Partizan Belgrade

Connah’s Quay will travel to Partizan Belgrade next week needing to overturn a one-goal deficit after they suffered a 1-0 defeat at Belle Vue. Partisan were able to overcome a stubborn display from Connah’s Quay when Aleksandar Scekic struck in the second half. Fresh off their famous win over Kilmarnock in the... Read More

FAW Takes Steps To Strengthen Second Level Of Domestic Football In New Re-Brand

The Football Association of Wales today unveiled its new re-branding package as part of its plans to closer align the top two tiers of the domestic game. The Welsh Premier League will now become known as the JD Cymru Premier while the two feeder leagues – formerly known as the Cymru... Read More
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