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Wales’ Mission In Ireland Looks Somewhere Between Improbable And Impossible

Ireland v Wales
It has already been dubbed “Mission Impossible” but Wales captain Dafydd Jenkins insists he would not bother getting on the plane if he thought he could not be a winner in Ireland this weekend. The statistics alone make intimidating reading for Wales as they journey to Dublin for the third round of the Six Nations on Saturday.

Cardiff City Keeper Ethan Horvath Sings Praises Of Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Ethan Horvath Cardiff City
Ethan Horvath has hailed the influence of Ole Gunnar Solskjær on his career after joining the Manchester United legend's former club Cardiff City. Solskjær handed Horvath his senior football debut at Molde in 2015 - with the American going on to become the Norwegian club's first choice shot-stopper.

Joe Allen’s Swansea City Future Uncertain, Admits Boss Luke Williams

Joe Allen Swansea City
Joe Allen’s future at Swansea City looks uncertain after head coach Luke Williams admitted he didn’t know if the former Wales star would be offered a new contract. Allen has only made one start this season in the Championship – last week’s 2-1 home defeat at Ipswich Town – as injuries have disrupted his campaign.

We're Not Afraid Of The Green Machine . . . Nick Tompkins Gives Wales Rallying Call

Nick Tompkins insists Wales are not afraid of double Grand Slam-seeking Ireland. In fact, the Saracens centre is convinced Wales can go to the Aviva Stadium and “take a scalp” to get their Six Nations campaign back on track. After two agonising defeats to Scotland, by a point, and England, by two points at Twickenham, Tompkins believes the youngsters around him can step up to the plate and cause an upset.

We Need To Physically Dominate Ireland Or We’ve No Chance, Says Gareth Thomas

Ireland v Wales
Wales will relish the challenge of facing an Ireland side they haven’t beaten in Dublin in the Six Nations since 2012, according to Gareth Thomas. The Wales prop is preparing to go head-to head with Tadhg Furlong in a critical front row battle at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday against hosts who have won their last 10 Championship matches.

Dafydd Jenkins Insists Wales Upset Against Ireland Is Possible

Ireland v Wales
Wales skipper Dafydd Jenkins has already notched one win over an Irish side with Exeter Chiefs against Munster in the Champions Cup this season. Now he is eyeing up an even bigger upset than toppling the URC champions with his young Welsh side in Dublin in this weekend’s third round of the Six Nations.

We’re Not Fighting Relegation, Insists Cardiff City Boss Erol Bulut

Erol Bulut Cardiff City
Erol Bulut refuses to accept that Cardiff City are in a relegation fight - despite their alarming slide down the Championship table. Having been firmly in the play-off mix earlier on in the season, Cardiff are now closer to the relegation zone than the top six.

Wales Coach Warren Gatland Tells Regions To Invest In Facilities And Forget About Players

Principality Stadium Cardiff
Warren Gatland fears Welsh rugby is going to duck the essential changes he insists are needed to close the gulf between Wales and Ireland. The Wales coach says he is “not 100 per cent convinced” that regional rugby will undergo the proper reset he feels it requires. Gatland admitted “it has probably felt sometimes like you are in a sinking ship and you are trying to plug the holes a little bit”.

Cardiff Dragons Ready To Roar Against Thunder

Cardiff Dragons Saracens Mavericks
Jill McIntosh is confident Cardiff Dragons can build on their hugely encouraging Netball Super League opener when they host Manchester Thunder at the House of Sport on Friday night. Dragons fought back bravely to earn a thrilling 48-48 draw with Saracens Mavericks as all 10 teams got the season underway at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham.

Wales Book Euro Warm-Up . . . And Hope It Will Be

Kieffer Moore Wales Slovakia
Wales will travel to play Slovakia on June 9 for what they hope will be a warm-up friendly ahead of Euro 2024. The venue has yet to be confirmed, but the Football Association of Wales says the match will take place in either Bratislava or Trnava five days before Euro 2024 gets underway.

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Good Things Come To Those Who Weight . . . As Hannah Powell Prepares For Major Year Ahead

Welsh weightlifter Hannah Powell should have been in Moscow this month for the European Championships as the next stage towards a medal mission at next year’s Commonwealth Games. Instead, she’s still in Bangor, but her coach says good things come to those who wait – especially in weightlifting – as... Read More

Welsh Weightlifters Begin Commonwealth Countdown In Virtual World

Welsh weightlifters have started their countdown to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in... Read More

Darren Rogers Named New Chair Of Weightlifting Wales

Darren Rogers has been appointed as the new Chair of Weightlifting Wales. Rogers, a very well-known and respected member of Weightlifting Wales,... Read More

Gareth Evans To Consider Athlete Role As Global Weightlifting Rebuilds After Corruption Scandal

Welsh weightlifting’s golden boy Gareth Evans has welcomed a move by the International Weightlifting Federation to create a new athlete’s commission to give competitors a greater say in how the sport is run. Evans, an Olympian with Team GB in 2012 and a gold medalist in the 69K class for... Read More

David Morgan . . . The One-Man Golden Era Of Welsh Sport Earns Another Gong

David Morgan was a one-man gold machine. The Welsh weightlifting legend has been a fitness advisor to many, but now he tells Owen Morgan he’d be happy to help unearth another jewel for Wales. Between 1982 and 2002, Welsh sports fans knew they were virtually guaranteed to be celebrating at... Read More

Welsh Weightlifters Power Their Way To Staggering Treble Silver In Samoa

National coach Ray Williams hailed a staggering treble silver haul by Welsh weightlifters at the Commonwealth Championships in Samoa. Commonwealth Games champ Gareth Evans led the way with a British record breaking display to finish second in the 67kg category. And the future of the sport looks assured with 15-year-old Josh Lynch... Read More
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