Grateful Michael Duff Thanks Swansea City Fans For Staying Onside

Michael Duff has thanked Swansea City fans for not giving him the bird. The Swans head coach earned a desperately needed first Championship win in charge of the club when he guided them to a convincing 3-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday. The victory lifted the Swans out of the relegation zone and ended their longest winless League start since 1991.

Warren Gatland Is On The Brink Of Making The Last Eight . . . But Eddie Jones Is Just On The Brink

Warren Gatland Wales
Warren Gatland reckons he’s a happy man and to be fair, it doesn’t take much. Shoes that don’t pinch, a tie he’s able to loosen away from the cameras, maybe a beer or two. But what really makes him smile is winning and although there is still plenty of risk in Wales’ next Pool C match against Australia at the Rugby World Cup on Sunday, Gatland is sitting pretty on a pile of 10 points.

Huw Jenkins In Pole Position At Newport County . . . But Michael Duff In Danger Of Stalling At Swansea City

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins
Former Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has been named as the preferred bidder to take a majority shareholding in League Two club Newport County. The man who steered the Swans from near Football League oblivion to a seven-year stint in the Premier League and a trip into Europe is set to meet the Newport County Supporters’ Trust on Thursday to make his proposal.

Wales’ Ella Jackson Believes Swansea Hockey Club Can Climb Back to the Top

Ella Jackson
Wales goalkeeper Ella Jackson believes Swansea Hockey Club can start the climb back towards the top level when their season begins on Saturday. Swansea open their National Hockey League Division One North campaign at home to Durham University, three years to the week since they became the first Welsh club – men’s or women’s – to play in England’s Premier Division.

Cardiff City “Machine” Can Keep On Producing, Insists Boss Erol Bulut

Erol Bulut
Erol Bulut insists his Cardiff City “machine” can keep pumping out the results whether or not Aaron Ramsey is fit to play at Sunderland on Sunday. The Bluebirds have won back-to-back victories for the first time since February and aim to make it three wins on the bounce when they head to the North-East.

George North Admits Fiji Have Thrown A Spanner In The Works . . . But The Red Machine Won’t Stall

Ollie Tanner Cardiff
George North believes Wales are in a very good place going into round three of the World Cup in France. The Ospreys centre scored his 46th try for Wales, and his 48th in Test rugby, in the win over Fiji and is ready to try to add to the two tries he has scored for Wales against the Wallabies in Lyon on Sunday.

Gemma Grainger Insists Wales’ Bid For Finals Glory Starts In Iceland

Gemma Grainger Wales
Wales manager Gemma Grainger believes the journey to qualification for a major tournament starts on Friday night in Iceland. The fixture may be their opener in the UEFA Women’s Nations League – rather than World Cup or European Championship – but Grainger insists the route this tournament offers as a back-up for Euros qualification is invaluable.

Gareth Thomas Insists Wales Ready To Book Knockout Place With KO Of Australia

Gareth Thomas says it would be “amazing” if Wales beat Australia and book a Rugby World Cup quarter-final place one game inside the distance. Wales tackle the Wallabies in Lyon on Sunday knowing that victory would confirm one of the two qualifying spots from Pool C.

Joe Rodon Red Card Should Never Have Been Given, Claims Leeds Boss Daniel Farke

Joe Rodon
Joe Rodon was harshly sent off according to his manager Daniel Farke as Leeds United earned a goalless draw at Hull City. Wales defender Rodon was dismissed for a second bookable offence on the hour and will now be suspended for Leeds’ next game against Watford.

Josh Tarling And Zoe Backstedt Strike Gold For GB In Netherlands

Josh Tarling
Josh Tarling and Zoe Backstedt underlined their status as the burgeoning stars of Welsh cycling with gold medals at the European Road Cycling Championships in the Netherlands. In a remarkable performance for Great Britain, Tarling secured the gold in the individual time trial in Drenthe.

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Jak Jones Admits To “Terrible Match” As He Bids Farewell At Sheffield

Jak Jones admitted he was dismayed with his own performance as he let a semi-final place at snooker’s World Championship slip through his grasp. The cueman from Cwmbran bowed out at the quarter-final stage in Sheffield after losing 13-10 to Mark Allen in a match both players felt did not... Read More

Jak Jones Digs In And Shows True Grit In Sheffield Quarter-final

Welsh qualifier Jak Jones showed gritty determination as he and Mark Allen remained locked together after a gruelling second session of their quarter-final clash at the Cazoo World Snooker Championship. Jones – the only Welshman to make the last eight after the exit of Mark Williams – has proved the... Read More

Mark Williams Reveals His Strategy . . . 60 Minutes Of Practice, Then Reel Off Six Frames In A Row

Mark Williams has no interest in tempting fate after cruising into the second round of the World Snooker Championship with a 10-5 win over Jimmy Robertson on Monday. The 48-year-old beat the same player by the same score in the same round before going on to lift his improbable third... Read More

Welsh Open Title Gives Robert Milkins "Unreal" Pay Day

Robert Milkins clinched his second career ranking title in a dramatic Welsh Open final, beating Shaun Murphy 9-7. Milkins' previous ranking title win was at the Gibraltar Open the previous year. "Gibraltar was brilliant but beating Shaun in a final is the icing on the cake. You have to play... Read More

Mark Williams Vows To Stay Down With The Kids After Narrowly Missing Out On Another Masters Triumph

Mark Williams has vowed to keep snookers’ youngsters on their toes after being edged out in the Masters final by Judd Trump. Trump beat Mark Williams 10-8 to win his second Masters title at Alexandra Palace. The Englishman trailed 8-7 but won three frames in a row to clinch the... Read More

Mark Williams Looks Forward To Becoming The Master Again After Shooting Down The Rocket

Mark Williams believes beating Ronnie O’Sullivan was his most satisfying victory for years as he looks forward to a semi-final battle at the Masters. The veteran Welsh ace ended an eight-year wait for victory over O’Sullivan by storming back from a three-frame deficit to win 6-5 and reach the semi-finals... Read More
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