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Where There's A Will, There's A Way Back . . . As Wales Prop Taylor Goes From Glass-Washer To Gym Owner

In 2014, Will Taylor started for Wasps in front of 82,000 people against Harlequins at Twickenham.  Three years later he was selling vegetables on the streets of London and collecting empty glasses in his friend's nightclub. They say life’s a rollercoaster but the 29-year-old from Swansea wouldn’t have expected there to be quite as many sharp turns.

Welsh Rugby To Be Given Welsh Government Cash From New Spectator Fund

The Welsh Rugby Union will receive financial support from Welsh government funding, which is set to be confirmed this week. After a devastating year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the WRU’s bank balance has been decimated. It's estimated each Wales home match brings in about £10million and the WRU believe they have lost more than £50m due to Covid-19.

Steve Cooper Says Consistency In A 'Mad' Championship Is Key For Swansea City

Steve Cooper paid tribute to the consistency shown by Swansea City as they tightened their grip on second place in the Championship with a hugely impressive 2-0 victory at Barnsley. Ben Cabango and Jamal Lowe struck in either half at Oakwell as Cooper's side made it six games unbeaten in all competitions.

Cardiff City's Neil Harris Insists Questions Over His Future Are "Pointless" After Fifth Defeat

Neil Harris has insisted questions over his own future as Cardiff City manager are “pointless” despite a fifth successive defeat. The Bluebirds boss was defiant after saying he was proud of his team’s performance in their 2-1 home defeat to Championship leaders Norwich City. Cardiff were thoroughly outplayed by a slick Canaries team who were 2-0 ahead at the break, despite missing five players, including top scorer Teemu Pukki – four of them due to Covid-19.

Josh Sheehan's Red Sees Newport County's Michael Flynn Seeing Red Over Football's Future

Newport County boss Mike Flynn said he feared for football after seeing Wales midfielder Josh Sheehan red-carded in the 0-0 draw with Salford City. The Exiles boss was unhappy with the performance of referee Anthony Backhouse saying his side were also denied a penalty at Rodney Parade.

Wales Told By French: Get Ready . . . The Six Nations Will Go Ahead

Wales and other rival nations to France for this season’s Six Nations should prepare for the tournament and expect that it will definitely go ahead. The message has come from French Rugby Federation president Bernard Laporte who says this season’s Guinness Six Nations Championship “will take place”. The World Rugby vice-chairman also says there will be an expanded coronavirus testing programme for the tournament, while each country will have “a Covid manager”.

New Swansea City Keeper Ben Hamer Was Surplus To Young Thruster, Claim Huddersfield

New Swansea City signing Ben Hamer was allowed to leave Huddersfield in order for young goalkeeper Ryan Schofield to gain a contract, according to the Yorkshire club. Hamer has joined the Swans on an 18-month deal for an undisclosed fee and will provide back-up to Freddie Woodman for the promotion-chasers following a long-term injury to Steven Benda. Hamer, 33, had been first choice at Huddersfield at the start of the season, but lost his place to 21-year-old Schofield in November and the Tykes have suggested the older man was unlikely to win it back.

Cardiff Blue Dragons Hand Wheelchair Rugby League Huge Boost By Launching New Side

Cardiff Blue Dragons have given Wheelchair Rugby League in Wales a huge boost by launching a team to add to their ever-expanding player base in the capital. Players are now being recruited by the club during lockdown in readiness for training to start later in the year.

Welsh Cycling Ace Zoe Backstedt's World Champs Dream Wrecked By COVID-19 Crisis

Zoe Backstedt has seen her junior cyclo-cross World Championship hopes dashed by the coronavirus pandemic. The Pontyclun teenager has seen the junior races due to take place in Belgium later this month scrapped because of the on-going COVID-19 crisis.

Open Your Door And Breath . . . Now Get Out There, Urges Run Wales

Run Wales is looking to inspire even more people to join in the running revolution sweeping the nation. More than 350,000 people – 18 per cent of Wales’ adult population - used running for their daily exercise during the 2020 lockdowns. With gyms closed once again and running clubs not able to exercise together, Run Wales is looking for first-time joggers, power walkers and race finishers to join their new campaign - From My Door.

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Skeleton Star Laura Deas 12th As World Cup Campaign Resumes In Germany

Laura Deas finished 12th as she resumed her BMW IBSF World Cup skeleton campaign in Germany. Wales' Olympic bronze medalist... Read More

Laura Deas Continues Rise Up World Cup Rankings In Latvia

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Laura Deas Bags Best Skeleton Result For 18 Months Then Insists: There Is More To Come!

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Wales' Ice Queen Laura Deas Relishing Skeleton Return

Wales' 2018 Olympic bronze medalist Laura Deas is relishing... Read More

Laura Deas To Lead GB World Cup Bid

Wales’ Olympic bronze medalist Laura Deas will lead the British challenge for more skeleton success this season after being named in the World Cup team. Deas tasted Olympic glory in 2018 and now has her sights set on similar achievements on the sport’s top circuit in 2019 and 2020. Madelaine... Read More

Laura Deas Slips Back Behind Bruce Tasker In Re-run Race To Be First Welsh Medal Winner

Laura Deas’ reign as Wales’ first Winter Olympic medalist has been short-lived after the International Olympic Committee confirmed that Britain’s four-man bobsleigh quartet from the 2014 Sochi Games have officially been upgraded to the bronze medal. Deas slid her way to a bronze medal in the skeleton in Pyeongchang, South... Read More
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