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Mark Williams Leaves Doubts Over Crucible Return After First Round Defeat

Mark Williams admitted he does not know whether he has played his last World Snooker Championship match after he suffered a dramatic 10-9 defeat to Si Jiahui in the first round. The Welsh three-times champion was knocked out at the opening stage in an epic clash as Si continued his love affair with the Crucible by following up last year’s surprise run to the semi-finals. While Si will face Jak Jones in the second round, Williams confessed he did not know whether a return to the Crucible is on the cards but appeared to rule out immediate retirement.

Wales Star Neco Williams Facing FA Action After Blast At Officials

Neco Williams could be in hot water with the FA after comments he made following Nottingham Forest’s controversial 2-0 defeat to Everton. The Wales defender has been asked by the FA to explain remarks he made after the match on Sunday which appeared to suggest officials were biased in favour of the top clubs.

Cardiff City And Perry Ng . . . The Possible Options For The Bluebirds’ Best Player This Season

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Perry Ng has been one of the few Cardiff City consistent success stories this season, during a campaign that has had plenty of ups and downs. Before last weekend’s 2-1 home victory over Southampton, Bluebirds manager Erol Bulut confirmed that a number of other clubs had enquired about the availability of Ng ahead of the summer transfer window.

Ellis Jenkins Plans One Last Cardiff Arms Park Goodbye

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Ellis Jenkins is determined to bow out with one more match at Cardiff Arms Park before he brings down the curtain on an illustrious career. The Wales international has confirmed he will retire at the end of the season after worsening knee problems.

Wales Netball Land Title Sponsor For National League

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Wales Netball have secured a new title sponsor for their National League, which will now be known as the FleetEV National League. It’s a significant step for the revamped domestic competition which is only in its second year.

Paragolfer Wheelchair Backed To Transform Disabled Golf In South Wales

Paragolfer
Golf is opening up to disabled people across Wales thanks to a new all-terrain wheelchair that raises players to a safe standing position. The “Paragolfer” lifts and supports the user over the ball, allowing the golfer to make a safe swing and connect with the ball.

Welsh Prospect James Ashfield Following In Footsteps Of Golfing Giants

Welsh golfer James Ashfield has won the European Nations Cup in Sotogrande, following in the footsteps of players such as Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia.

You’re The Future . . . Cian Ashford Tipped For Big Things By Cardiff City Clubmate

Cian Ashford Cardiff City
Cardiff City’s match-winning teenager Cian Ashford has been described as “the future of the club” by teammate Famara Diedhiou. The high praise came after Ashford scored a brilliant winner for the Bluebirds at the weekend as they beat Southampton, 2-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Ioan Cunningham Insists He Can Stop The Rot After Defeat No.7 For Wales

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Ioan Cunningham has claimed Wales can avoid a Six Nations wooden spoon by beating Italy - even though his team have done little this season to spread that faith. The Wales coach insists his team can turn things around in their final match of the Women’s Guinness Six Nations, despite another huge defeat in the fourth round of matches, Wales’ seventh in succession.

Elfyn Evans' Joy Turns To Agony In Croatia

Elfyn Evans suffered a roller-coaster of emotions as he had to settle for second place after a dramatic Sunday on Rally Croatia.

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Mid-term Les Bleus For Wales . . . Time For Warren Gatland To Shake Things Up

With three rounds of the Six Nations gone and two games remaining, Wales are where they finished last season’s tournament - in fifth place. Yet, despite losing their opening three matches, they could have beaten Scotland and England, they had an excellent spell of pressure against the Irish for 20... Read More

Europe Gives Welsh Teams A Break . . . But No Respite

The four Welsh regions have a break from the United Rugby Championship this weekend, but that doesn’t mean life is going to get easier. In fact, it looks tougher in some respects with three of them facing club opposition in Europe and the Ospreys up against the Italians of Benetton... Read More

Wales And The European Nations Left Again With That Sinking World Cup Feeling

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The Biggar Picture Looks Bright Ahead of Pumas Hunt

Wales’ walking wounded have broken into a jog. That was the message... Read More

Wales’ Odds To Win Rugby World Cup Slashed After Epic Win Over Aussies

Wales record victory over Australia has seen their odds on winning the World Cup almost halve overnight. Warren Gatland’s red wall shut out the Aussies with a record 40-6 triumph that has seen their price on lifting the trophy drop from 40/1 before the game to just 22/1 this morning... Read More

Wales Used To Be Innovative . . . But Now It's France Who Have All The Tricks Up Their Sleeve

In Warren Gatland’s first tenure with Wales, he was innovative and progressive. He utilised the rule of 60 caps, employed Shaun Edwards as defence coach, located training camps in Poland and Switzerland, oversaw 45-minute training sessions, built a cryotherapy programme, captured Paul Stridgeon as head of physical performance, and made... Read More
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