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Hold My Beer . . . Wrexham Poised To Clinch Another Promotion Party

Paul Mullin Wrexham
Wrexham could be hosting a promotion party on Saturday, but manager Phil Parkinson won’t be ordering the beers and champagne just yet. The Dragons manager insists it will be business as usual before their League Two home match against Forest Green Rovers, even though Wrexham may end up celebrating back-to-back promotions for their first time in the club’s history.

Adam Beard Bristling For Ospreys’ Anglo-Welsh Assault On Gloucester

Adam Beard Ospreys
Wales forward Adam Beard reckons the Ospreys have got the muscle memory to overpower Gloucester in their European Challenge Cup clash on Friday night. Last season, Beard was part of an Ospreys squad that did the double over French club Montpellier - an achievement that included an eye-catching away victory, when they went over the channel and won 21-10.

Wales Can Turn Their Campaign Around In Dublin, Says Abbie Fleming

Abbie Fleming Wales
They may be heading to Ireland seeking their first win in the 2024 Guinness Women’s Six Nations, but Ioan Cunningham’s Welsh team will be travelling to Cork with confidence still high. If the home defeat to Scotland was a shock to the system, the loss to reigning champions England at Ashton Gate was at least encouraging. To stand any chance of repeating the heroics of last year, that saw Wales finish third, a victory in Ireland is a must.

Jill McIntosh Urges Cardiff Dragons To Get Back On Track At Bath

Jill McIntosh Cardiff Dragons
Cardiff Dragons head coach Jill McIntosh has urged her team not to let slip their positive start to the season when they face Bath on Friday night. The Dragons had looked poised to break into the top four play-off places after winning three and drawing one of their opening six Super League matches.

WRL Wheelchair League Set For Second Season

Croesyceiliog School near Cwmbran, will be the venue of the opening games of the second season of the WRL Wheelchair Invitational League, when it all kicks off on Saturday 20 April.

Kitty’s Light Can Radiate All The Way From Aintree to Chepstow

Christian Williams and daughter Betsy 1
IF Kitty’s Light wins the Grand National on Saturday, then the biggest roars outside of Aintree will be heard at Chepstow Racecourse. The popular Christian Williams would be the toast of Chepstow if he manages to become the first Welsh trainer in 119 years to win the big race.

Erol Bulut Demands Cardiff City Keep Momentum Going To Season’s End

Erol Bulut Cardiff City
Erol Bulut reckoned his team could have won more convincingly than by a single goal after they made it back-to-back away victories with a 1-0 win away at Birmingham City. The only downside for the Bluebirds boss was another injury suffered by skipper Aaron Ramsey, whose comeback match lasted only 45 minutes.

Louis Rees-Zammit Admits His NFL Career Could Be A Short One

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Louis Rees-Zammit accepts his ambition to forge an American football career with NFL champions Kansas City Chiefs could see him "cut at any point". The 23-year-old former Wales and British Lions wing is about to begin pre-season training with the back-to-back Super Bowl champions after signing a three-year contract.

Team Wales Gymnast Emil Barber Announces Retirement At 23

Emil Barber Wales
Wales’ Commonwealth Games star Emil Barber has announced his retirement from gymnastics due to a heart condition. The 23-year-old men’s artistic gymnast from Swansea was part of Team Wales at Birmingham 2022, where he was agonisingly close to bagging bronze in the men’s individual floor final, finishing just outside the medal places in fourth.

Luke Williams Says 50 Points Should Be Enough For Swansea City . . . But Demands 53

Liam Cullen Swansea City
Luke Williams agreed some of the pressure has eased on Swansea City and their relegation fears - but he is demanding his team back-up their victory over Stoke City with another this weekend. The Swans head coach watched his side all but ensure their Championhsip survival after a convincing 3-0 home win on Wednesday night.

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Craig Harrison Reveals Secret To 16 New Saints Title Wins . . . Work Harder Than The Rest

Craig Harrison insists there are no secrets to The New Saints’ 16th domestic Welsh title as he reflected on another dominant season. The Saints boss saw his team sweep to yet another JD Cymru Premier crown with six games left to play as they notched their 25th win of their... Read More

Bangor Town (1876) Lose To Flint Town (18 Penalties)

It took 18 penalties before Flint Town United were able to clinch their place in the fourth round of the JD Welsh Cup as they eventually won 8-7 in the shoot-out after their game at Bangor 1876 ended 1-1 in regulation time. But it took 67 minutes before the first... Read More

Young At Heart . . . Brad Proves His Value For The New Saints

When you are battling for a starting place against the Golden Boot winner for the last two seasons in the JD Cymru Premier, your first hat-trick in professional football certainly helps your cause. Brad Young's trio of goals in The New Saints’ 6-2 win at Barry Town United not only... Read More

Craig Harrison Demands More Professionalism From The New Saints

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Cian Ashford Grabs Four Goals In The Battle Of The Bluebirds

Cian Ashford score four times for Cardiff City U21s as Haverfordwest County were brought down to earth with a bump after their European adventure. The Bluebirds youngsters won 4-0 at County’s Bridge Meadow ground, where the home club played a young inexperienced line-up after manager Tony Pennock had criticised the... Read More

Chris Venables Still The Go-To Man For Goals in Europe When Welsh Clubs Step Up

Chris Venables may turn 38 next weekend, but Penybont manager Rhys Griffiths is still backing him to be a major goal threat once again this season. Griffiths enticed the former Bala Town skipper to head south to join his side and be a part of their first foray into European... Read More
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