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Iceman Gerwyn Price Looking To Heat Up Cold Form For World Title Bid

Gerwyn Price darts
Gerwyn Price will begin his attempt to reclaim the World Darts Championship crown by taking on Connor Scutt or Krzysztof Kciuk. The Iceman – who won the world title in 2021 – will be looking for an upturn in form at the Alexandra Palace tournament next month after recently losing to Gary Anderson in the last 16 of the Grand Slam of Darts.

Bedwas Crush Leaders Ysrtad Rhondda To Open Up Title Race

Admiral
Bedwas produced their best performance of the season so far to record a stunning 46-17 victory over Ystrad Rhondda at the Bridge Field – and consign the Admiral Championship East league leaders to only their second defeat of the campaign so far. Adam Williams ran in two tries while there was one apiece from Lloyd Wilkins, James Dixon and Aaron Billingham, with a penalty try also on the scoresheet. Dixon added four conversions and two penalties.

Steve Cooper Calls For VAR Re-Think As Rule Makers Look To Protect Referees

Steve Cooper Nottingham Forest
Steve Cooper has joined the growing army of managers who want a VAR re-boot after claiming it is creating “animosity inside stadia”. The Nottingham Forest boss - one of two Welsh managers currently working in the Premier League - blamed the VAR system for poisoning the atmosphere after a stormy clash last weekend in his club’s 3-2 home defeat to Brighton.

Mason Grady Reckons Arms Park Brotherhood Can Inspire Cardiff

Mason Grady
Wales World Cup wing Mason Grady claims there is a new “brotherhood” of local talent ready to take Cardiff Rugby out of the doldrums and push them up the URC table. Speaking in the wake of his man of the match performance in his side’s dramatic 31-24 home win over the Stormers, the 21-year-old said the region’s investment in young, home-grown talent is reaping rewards.

Rupert Shipperley Ready For New GB Role As Jacob Draper Joins Him In Squad For Pro League

Rupert Shipperley
Wales co-captain Rupert Shipperley intends to make an impact on and off the field as Great Britain’s new vice-captain. The 31-year-old is one of two Welsh players named in the GB squad, alongside Jacob Draper.

Wales Women Retain Gold At Northern European Championships

Wales Gymnastics team
Ruby Evans and Joe Cemlyn-Jones led the way with medals for Wales in a successful foray at the Northern European Championships. Team medals for the men’s and women’s teams along with a host of individual medals – it was another hugely successful Northern European Gymnastics Championships.

Sinking Scarlets Hit Rock Bottom And Pressure Mounts On Dwayne Peel After Derby Demolition By Ospreys

Dwayne Peel
Dwayne Peel has admitted his sinking Scarlets were second rate in a one-sided derby defeat to the Ospreys in Swansea. The Scarlets coach watched his team suffer a crushing 31-9 humbling at the Swansea.com Stadium at the hands of their fiercest rivals.

Sailing Into The Future . . . RYA Cymru Plot New Voyage

Wingfoiling
When it comes to sailing, not everyone is in the same boat. The traditional image of the sport was of dinghies or yachts, coastal towns, regattas, and members-only clubhouses with crests on the wall outside and dusty trophy cabinets within.

Swansea City’s Offer to Yannick Bolasie Underlines Michael Duff’s Frustration

Yannick Bolasie
Swansea City boss Michael Duff says he is hopeful of signing free agent Yannick Bolasie on a short-term deal. The former Everton and Crystal Palace winger, 34, has trained with the club this week and could join ahead of Wednesday's trip to Leeds.

Mark Williams Chases UK Title . . . And An Easier Life Than Before

Former two-time champion Mark Williams was far from satisfied with his own performance but still did enough to see off Fan Zhengyi 6-4 in the opening round of the UK Championship. Williams, whose best break was an 86 to nudge over the line, is keen to avoid the mishaps which hampered his chances of making it a trio of successes in recent years. “This tournament hasn’t really been good for me in the last few years,” admitted Wales’ three-time world champion.

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Elliot Payne Spins But Wins The Nicky Grist Stages

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Osian Pryce Admits: "I Needed That" As He Celebrates 100th Rally With First Win On The Nicky Grist Stages

Osian Pryce celebrated his 100th rally by leading the Nicky Grist Stages from start to finish – with his victory at the weekend putting his British Rally Championship title-winning aspirations firmly back on track. Starting with number 100 on the door of his Volkswagen Polo GTI R5, Pryce and co-driver... Read More

Nicky Grist Stages Signals Good News For Welsh Rallying – At Long Last

At long last there is some good news for rally fans, with the announcement that the Builth Wells-based Nicky Grist Stages is pressing ahead with plans to run the event on Saturday 10 July. This positive news bucks the trend of rallies being cancelled because of Covid-19 restrictions – a... Read More

Will It Be Third Time Lucky For Jason Pritchard On The Roger Albert Clark Rally?

Having challenged for the lead on both his previous appearances, Jason Pritchard is hoping that it will be third time lucky when he goes for victory on the Roger Albert Clark Rally later this month. The 31-year old Builth Wells driver retired from both the 2013 and 2017 events –... Read More

Lloyd Banks Another Rally Win

Wayne Lloyd added the Torques Builth Stages to his growing list of rally victories, after winning the event in his Ford Escort Mk2. Co-driven by Will Lloyd, the Radnorshire driver won the 35 stage mile event, held at the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd, by just two seconds. This year’s... Read More
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