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Wales Close To Commonwealth Games Spot After Lifting Wendy White Trophy

Wales are close to securing their place in the netball tournament at the Commonwealth Games after boosting their world ranking. Head coach Sara Moore’s team beat the Republic of Ireland, the Isle of Man, and Gibraltar at the weekend in a tournament played at Ebbw Vale to secure the Wendy White trophy. It was the first international matches Wales have been able to host since 2019 and the victories have put them on the threshold of confirming their place at the Birmingham Games later this year.

Dwayne Peel Insists Scarlets Must Gaze In The Mirror As Welsh Teams Lose Nine From Nine

From Pontarddulais Priest To Vanishing Vicar . . . John Gillibrand's Running Journey

Bonymaen RFC . . . The Biggest Sporting Draw In Swansea As Fans Flock To The Old Windy Hilltop

The fans are back in Welsh sport – sort of. A host of smaller football and rugby clubs were able to welcome up to 500 supporters through their gates this weekend and it’s doors fully open everywhere next weekend. It meant some strange comparisons on Saturday, as Owen Morgan discovered when he went to watch Bonymaen RFC. Strange sporting anomalies have become the norm across the globe over the past two years due to Covid regulations. Grand Slam tennis champions deported, fanless FA Cup finals, and an Olympic Games stadium where the only noise was the pounding of the sprinters’ running shoes.

Russell Martin Hails Swansea City's Return After Five Weeks Without Full Training Sessions

Russell Martin has spoken of his pride in Swansea City for the way they stopped the rot at in-form Huddersfield. The Swans head coach had plenty of praise for his players who earned a 1-1 draw away from home to end a run of four straight defeats. "We could have probably had the three points and I don't think anyone could have complained,” said Martin, whose team remain 17th in the table, 14 points off the play-offs but with three matches in hand.

Cardiff City Boss Steve Morison Warns His Players: Earn Your Corn . . . Or We'll Get Others In

Steve Morison has warned his misfiring Cardiff City strikers they must start scoring – or else they will be shipped out. The ultimatum was given after the Bluebirds manager saw him team lose 1-0 at home to Blackburn – their eighth defeat in their last nine at home in the league. Cardiff drew a blank at home for the seventh time this season and have scored one goal in their last three Championship matches.

Dai Young Insists Cardiff Are Moving Forward Despite A Third European Defeat After Josh Adams Error

Dai Young has refused to be down-hearted by what appears to be the end of Cardiff’s hopes of making progress to the knockout stages of the Heineken Champions Cup. The head coach has chosen, instead, to look on the bright side of his team’s 36-33 defeat to Harlequins - even though victory was offered up to the English champions in the closing seconds. A mistake by Wales wing Josh Adams, who gave away a penalty when he tried to run the ball from deep with the scores tied at 33-33, was punished by the mercurial Marcus Smith, who had earlier scored a scintillating try to bring his team level.

"Old Guy" Sam Davies Feeling Fresh As Dragons Bid For Euro Re-Boot

Sam Davies reckons he has never felt fresher in January and aims to prove it when the Dragons resume their season on Saturday after a month-long break. After four weeks of inactivity, the Newport region finally get back on the rugby field when they travel to Treviso to take on Benetton in the European Challenge Cup. For their playmaker and No.10, it’s an opportunity to show the benefits of a mid-season break and a chance for his team to end a six-match losing sequence, in a must-win clash that is live on S4C.

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Neil Harris Watches Bluebirds' Striker Suffer Injury Again During Comeback Match For Development Team

Bluebirds manager Neil Harris watched striker Isaac Vassell suffer on his return to playing action at Cardiff International Sports Stadium. Vassell, who hasn’t played a first team match since August limped off after 24 minutes of Cardiff’s 3-1 Professional Under-23 Development League win against Watford. Vassell was running onto a Brad Smith... Read More

Rubin, Owen Lead Bluebirds Recovery Against Hornets

The young Bluebirds stunned their visitors from Watford with a powerful recovery at the Cardiff International Sports Campus. Cardiff City were 2-0 down with 15 minutes left in the Professional Under-18 Development League, but they battled back to earn a 2-2 draw. Rubin Colwill netted after 75 minutes and then Owen Pritchard... Read More

Bluebirds Edged Out By Lions - Could They Take Revenge In The FA Youth Cup After Bournemouth Trip

Cardiff City (u-18) 2, Millwall (u-18) 3 Tyrese Briscoe, a 17-year-old striker, scored twice for Millwall in their Professional Under-18 Development League win against Cardiff City at Cardiff International Sports Arena. The young Bluebirds led 2-1 at half-time against PDL South leaders Millwall, but the visitors from London fought back and Briscoe... Read More

Sky Blues' French Striker Max Cuts Down The Bluebirds

Cardiff City 0, Coventry City 1 French striker Max Biamou earned the Sky Blues of Coventry a Professional Under-23 Development League away win at Cardiff International Sports Stadium. The 29-year-old, who has made more than 50 first team appearances for Coventry, took his development league goals tally to eight for the season. Biamou’s... Read More

Sam's The Man In Close-Fought Bluebirds' U-18 Clash

Cardiff City 1, Charlton Athletic 2 The young Bluebirds suffered a first home defeat of the season in their close-fought Professional Under-18 Development League home match against title- Tough-tackling left-back Sam Parsons, a 18-year-old Wales youth International who has been progressing through the Cardiff City Academy for a decade, scored for the... Read More

Young Bluebirds Suffer Early Setbacks In Home Clash

The young Bluebirds suffered a first defeat in five Professional Development under-23 League fixtures when they were beaten 3-1 by a strong Crewe Alexandra side. All three Alex goals at Cardiff International Sports Campus were scored within the opening 10 minutes of the game.  Coach Jarred Harvey made five changes to the starting... Read More
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