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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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Dragons' Manager Keates Takes On Hugely Experienced Torquay Boss Johnson In Crunch Clash At Racecourse

Dean Keates goes head-to-head with hugely experienced Gary Johnson when Wrexham entertain Torquay United at the Racecourse on Saturday. London-born Johnson, aged 64, has been in football management for 34 years and is not far off qualifying for the 1,000 games club, while Keates has been a manager for four years.  Johnson,... Read More

Wrexham Snap Up Left-Back - Their Sixth Signing Of 2020

Tyler Garratt, a 23-year-old left-back, is the sixth signing for Wrexham manager Dean Keates in 2020. The Dragons still had the option of loan signings even though the transfer window has closed and Garratt joined Wrexham from Stockport County. He has committed to the end of this season, covering the loss of... Read More

Five New Boys For Wrexham - And More Could Follow

Wrexham are still looking to strengthen their squad even though the January transfer window has closed. Manager Dean Keates signed five players in January - Davis Keillor-Dunn, Dan Jarvis, Jordan Ponticelli, Jay Harris, Jordon Thompson - but the Dragons are keen to add more talent. “We are delighted as a football club,”... Read More

Daggers' Manager Taylor Praises Dragons Chief Keates

Dean Keates and Peter Taylor are reunited when Wrexham travel to play Dagenham and Redbridge at their Chigwell Construction Stadium on Saturday (3pm). The two men worked together at Hull City between 2002 and 2004 and Daggers’ manager Taylor, a former Spurs and England player, says: “Dean is an ex-player of... Read More

Dixie Decision 'Dean The Best Person For Wrexham' 

Dean Keates has taken charge at Vanarama National League Wrexham FC for a second time and has committed to the Dragons until the summer of 2021. The appointment, announced following Wrexham’s 1-1 draw at Woking, was unanimously ratified by the Wrexham Supporters Trust board Keates spent two previous spells with the club... Read More

Unbeaten Wrexham Head To Dover For Longest Trip

Manager Bryan Hughes and his Wrexham team make their longest Vanarama National League away trip of the season when they play Dover in Kent this afternoon. The Dragons have earned four points from their first two fixtures, beating Barrow at home and drawing 2-2 at Boreham Wood. “Overall, I’m looking for us... Read More
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