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Chaz Davies Gives His Rivals Baby Blues As He Storms To First World Superbikes Win Of Season

Chaz Davies blasted to victory in Barcelona to bag his first World Superbikes win of the season and complete a memorable double for Welsh motorsport. The Knighton-born rider triumphed in Sunday's second race of the Catalunya round just hours after Elfyn Evans won Rally Turkey.

Elfyn Evans Grabs Lead In World Rally Championship After Stunning Rally Turkey Victory

Elfyn Evans stormed to a stunning victory on Rally Turkey to seize the lead in the World Rally Championship title chase. The Dolgellau racer overturned a one minute deficit to win by over 35 secs on an astonishing final day.

Newport County Looking Taylor-Made For Promotion Push This Season

Ryan Taylor has two goals in his locker already for Newport County, but his real target is promotion to League One. The County striker delivered on his promise to build on his debut goal at Scunthorpe as he hammered home the winner on his League debut for Newport in their 2-1 win over Barrow at Rodney Parade. The former Plymouth man bagged a disputed goal in the 1-1 draw against the Iron, but there was no disputing his claims to a rasping shot from the edge of the Barrow area after Sam Hird had gifted him the ball in a defensive howler.

Sam Gordon Runs Like The Wind To End Season On A High In Cardiff

Welsh 100m champion Sam Gordon continued his return from injury with a win at the Sprints Open event held in Cardiff on Saturday. On another day, the Cardiff Athlete would have been happy with a time of 10.25, which would have been a new PB, but a strong tailwind meant he had hoped to run in even faster.

Gerwyn Price Ready To Show His A Game As He Bids For Third Straight Title

Gerwyn Price says he is ready to bring his A game to his bwin World Series of Darts quarter-final on Sunday as he aims for a 15th straight win. The 35-year-old faces Nathan Aspinall in the last eight in Salzburg in a tournament which has seen fans returning to the arena.

Glenn Delaney Admits Scarlets Let It Slip As Wales Worry Over Leigh Halfpenny And Johnny McNicholl

Glenn Delaney Admits Scarlets Let It Slip As Wales Worry Over Leigh Halfpenny And Johnny McNicholl
Scarlets coach Glenn Delaney was left wondering what might have been after his side blew two great chances in the final 15 minutes to notch a first win in Toulon. The Welsh region followed the Dragons in bowing out at the quarter-final stages of the European Challenge Cup as they were beaten 11-6, but it could have been different. Steff Evans lost out in a foot race with opposite number Gabin Villiere as he was hauled down five metres short after a sprint from half-way and then replacement centre Tyler Morgan knocked on as he was being driven over from a close range line-out.

Cometh The Hour, Cometh Tesni Evans As She Wins Another 60 Minute Manchester Open Epic

Tesni Evans reached the quarter-finals of the PSA World Tour Manchester Open after coming through another hour long battle. The Rhyl-based player, seeded seven for the event, beat England's No 9 seed Alison Waters.

Swansea City's Alan Tate Set To Feel The Tight Grip Of The FA After Temper Flare Up Against Birmingham

Swansea City’s Alan Tate Set To Feel The Tight Grip Of The FA After Temper Flare Up Against Birmingham
Swansea City assistant coach Alan Tate could have his collar felt by the FA after a bust-up with Birmingham City’s Jon Toral. Tate put his hand to the throat of the Spanish player as he left the field at half-time during the Swans’ goalless home draw. Both Swansea head coach Steve Cooper and Birmingham manager Aitor Karanka claimed they had not seen the incident.

Chaz Davies Hoping To Get A Grip In Spain As He Chases World Superbikes Victory

Chaz Davies produced another charging display to claim third place in the opening race on the Catalunya Round in World Superbikes. The Knighton-born rider powered his way through the field after qualifying 11th to finish behind Aruba.it Racing team-mate Scott Redding.

Becky Morgan Bags Top 10 Finish At French Open

Wales' Becky Morgan claimed a top 10 finish at the Lacoste Ladies Open De France. The 46-year-olf from Abergavenny carded a final round 72 (+1) to finish on level par over the three rounds.

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Hong Kong Hillbilly Jake Smith Proves He Is Ready To Climb Mount Olympus

Jake Smith recently went for a run with his mates and finished with a time that suggested he might just be good enough to make next year’s Olympics. But the clock hasn’t always been so kind to the Cardiff student as he tells Jenny Nesbitt. It seems Jake Smith has... Read More

Cardiff Met And Wales U20 Star Ellis Bevan Wants To Unlock Garage Doors To The Big Time

Ellis Bevan is pumping iron in his garage in order to muscle his way onto the Cardiff Met production line that feeds into professional rugby. The Wales Under-20 scrum-half is biding to follow in the recent footsteps of Alex Dombrandt and Luke Northmore, who moved to Harlequins, as well as... Read More

Grounded, But Not Ground Down . . . Emily Stradling Still Has Georgia On Her Mind

Basketball enjoyed global boom time at the start of the pandemic, but it had nothing to do with live matches on court. Instead, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls went into living rooms around the world via the TV documentary series, The Last Dance. For current players – like Wales... Read More

Cardiff Met Boys Graduate With Honours Into The Big Wide World

Cardiff Met is a regular supplier of talent to the top leagues in Wales and England, but director of rugby Danny Milton is now seeing his graduates spread their wings further afield. Alex Cuthbert and Ken Owens both played for Wales and the British & Irish Lions after leaving Cyncoed... Read More

Sam Gordon Leads The Way As Welsh Athletes Get Back On Track

A small group of Welsh athletes have put their Olympic and Paralympic dreams well and truly back on track following months of improvised training routines. A selection of elite throwers and sprinters took part in a controlled outdoor session at Cardiff Metropolitan University’s outdoor track on Tuesday as the sport... Read More

Covid Rules, Cakes And Claustrophobia . . . But Jenny Nesbitt Is Running Towards Sunshine Days Ahead

Jenny Nesbitt is an international runner and a student. That’s proven a challenge over the past three months, but on Tuesday night there is an opportunity to see her in both worlds. Transatlantic Storytelling (8.00pm https://transatlanticstorytelling.com) involves seven sporting tales from Cardiff Met, including Nesbitt’s back story. Her more recent... Read More
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