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Volunteers Set The Culture And The Tone Of The Organisation . . . Allowing Run 4 Wales To Go From Strength To Strength

Drinking Has Long Been A Part Of The Culture Within Rugby . . . Has The Sport Got An Unhealthy Relationship With Alcohol?

Rhys Jones Already Had His Gold Medal Moment As He Relishes Prospect Of Commonwealth Games Hat-Trick

Rhys Jones has described being selected for a third Commonwealth Games as his “gold medal moment”. Anything else he achieves on the Alexander Stadium track in Birmingham this summer will be a bonus, says the para sprinter.

Adam Beard Insists Alun Wyn Jones Is "The Ultimate Professional . . . As Wales Face Daunting South African Test

Gareth Bale Excites Cardiff Fans With Vale Visit . . . As Agent Stresses His Next Move Is Not About Money

So, Farewell Ryan Giggs . . . A Deeply Flawed Character In Thrall To A False Sense Of His Own Indestructability

So, the Ryan Giggs Wales era has officially ended. It was an announcement which almost certainly represents a full-stop conclusion to the strained 30-year association between the Cardiffian and his national football team. The word “officially” is important here: in both practical and emotional terms Robert Page is already Wales manager.

Gareth Bale Backs FAW Pledge To Put World Cup Profit Into Better Pitches

Profits made from Wales qualifying for the World Cup – expected to be around £4m - will go into improving grassroots facilities, the Football Association of Wales have pledged. The overall commercial revenue from Wales reaching their first finals of the tournament for 64 years could be at least £10m, it has been estimated. But the guaranteed part of that income – which comes from the FIFA prize money pot – will go straight into benefitting the game at lower levels.

"I Saw Kids In Bucket Hats Singing Yma O Hyd, Driving Their Parents Mad" Says Wales Boss Rob Page

Special K- New recruit Keira aims to be serial thriller after joining GB squad

Glamorgan Are Back In The Hunt For T20 Blast Knockouts . . . As Sam Northeast And David Lloyd Put On Record Partnership

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Cardiff City And Barnsley Risking FA Probe For "Handbags" Tunnel Bust-Up

By David Williams Steve Morison insists the tunnel bust-up between Cardiff City and Barnsley was just “handbags” but that is unlikely to prevent the FA from launching an investigation. Coaches and players from both teams clashed at the end of Cardiff’s gritty 1-0 win at Oakwell, with Morison and Barnsley assistant manager... Read More

We Are Now Stronger Without Kieffer Moore, Insists Cardiff City Boss Steve Morison

Kieffer Moore forced his way out of Cardiff City by declaring he wanted to leave, manager Steve Morison has insisted. Wales striker Moore joined Bournemouth on deadline day for a fee variously reported as between £3.5m and £5m. Morison, whose Bluebirds side face Barnsley on Wednesday night, has claimed he... Read More

Swansea City Go Close To 900 Passes, Fire No Shots In First Half, But Win 2-0 . . . It Was Brilliant, Says Russell Martin

Russell Martin has praised his Swansea City players for their patience and dominance after a near 900-pass runaround of Barnsley at Oakwell. The Swans made 899 completed passes in their 2-0 victory on Wednesday night, even though they managed only three shots on target. Martin made no apologies for the... Read More

Marlon Pack Thanks Cardiff City Fans For Emotional Return And Says: "We Missed You, Badly"

Marlon Pack admitted Cardiff City’s tribute to Peter Whittingham left him with a lump in his throat – and a protective arm around teammate Joe Ralls. For the first time since Whittingham died last year at the age of just 35, the return of supporters for the opening day 1-1... Read More

Mick McCarthy Hails New Cardiff City "Weapon" Ryan Giles As Loan Star Honours Memories Of Peter Whittingham

Mick McCarthy joined Cardiff City fans in an emotional tribute to the late Peter Whittingham – before hailing another sweet striker of the ball playing in blue. The Bluebirds manager admitted he once tried to sign Whittingham, who died in March of last year, meaning this was the first opportunity... Read More

Swansea City's Steve Cooper Praises 3,000 Fans "Who Sounded Like 35,000"

By Fraser Watson Swansea City manager Steve Cooper insisted, “3,000 felt like 35,000” as he praised the impact of the supporters who returned to the Liberty Stadium to see the hosts reach the Championship play-off final. Leading 1-0 from the first leg, Matt Grimes spectacularly doubled that advantage before the break but... Read More
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