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Steven Fletcher Ready For League One Life With Wrexham

Steven Fletcher Wrexham
Steven Fletcher says he is looking forward to another season with Wrexham after signing a new one-year deal with the club. The 37-year-old former Scotland striker joined the club last summer after a spell at Dundee United.

Hold Your Nose . . . And Take The Money, Says Wales Coach Warren Gatland

Warren Gatland Wales
Warren Gatland’s Wales team will get the first chance to challenge the reigning world champions South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday in a game that will at least have a silver lining for his side. Both teams have been brought in to add weight and appeal to the existing fixture between Fiji and the Barbarians that takes place afterwards.

New Track League Will Look To Tempt Jeremiah Azu From 2025

Jeremiah Azu athletics
Jeremiah Azu could be appearing in a new track league which will see top athletes compete against each other at four elite meetings every year from 2025. The sprinter - who recently became the first Welsh athlete to run 100m under 10 seconds - will be a target for US athletics great Michael Johnson, who is fronting the organisation that wants to bring in the new version of the sport.

Pride And Excitement For Awesome Welsh Foursome As Jacob Draper, Rupert Shipperley, Gareth Furlong And Sarah Jones Get GB Olympic Call

Jacob Draper hockey
Jacob Draper has spoken of his pride after being one of four Welsh players selected across the two Great Britain squads for this summer’s Olympic Games. Draper and Rupert Shipperley will head towards a second successive Games after being part of the GB men’s squad that finished sixth in Tokyo four years ago.

Jac Morgan Left "Gutted" After Another Injury Blow Ahead Of Wales Tour

Jac Morgan Wales
Senior men’s head coach Warren Gatland has named the Wales XV to face South Africa away at Twickenham Stadium in the Qatar Airways Cup on Saturday 22 June (KO 2pm live on Sky Sports and S4C).

Head Coach Tom Brindle Names 19-Strong Squad For Crunch World Cup Qualifier

Head coach, Tom Brindle, has named a 19-player squad to face the Netherlands in Purmerend on Saturday (kick-off 4pm local time/3pm Welsh time), as Wales look to make history and qualify for a first-ever Women's World Cup.

Grace Williams Chases Paris Spot In Welsh Quartet To Play In Czech Republic

Grace Williams para table tennis
Welsh Para table tennis stars Rob Davies, Paul Karabardak, Josh Stacey and Grace Williams have been included in a squad of 13 Great Britain athletes for this week’s ITTF Czech Para Open in Ostrava (June 20-22). It will be the final tournament for the British Para Table Tennis team before the Paralympic Games later this summer.

Hannah Mills Warns Olympics Will Be Too Hot To Handle

Paris Olympic Games
Hannah Mills is part of a group of leading athletes who have warned that extreme heat will make it “impossible” to hold the Olympics during the summer months amid fears of dangerous conditions at this year’s Paris Games. Mills – Wales’ double Olympic champion – has joined with other athletes from across a range of sport as well as climate scientists to issue their warning.

Former Swansea City Star Marc Guehi Now England’s Rock At The Euros

Marc Guehi England
Former Swansea City loan defender Marc Guehi has been lavished with praise by his England teammate Kyle Walker after the defender shone on his tournament debut in the Euro 2024 victory over Serbia. The Crystal Palace centre-back was selected alongside John Stones at the heart of Gareth Southgate’s defence for the Group C opener, with Harry Maguire having missed out on the squad through injury.

James Botham Drafted In By Wales

James Botham Wales
Cardiff flanker James Botham has been added to Wales’ training squad ahead of Saturday’s clash with South Africa at Twickenham. Botham, who has 10 caps, provides cover across the back row and lifts the number of players in Warren Gatland’s squad to 38.

COVID-19

Dan Jervis Pulls Out Of The 1,500m Freestyle Heats . . . Citing The After Affects Of Covid-19

By Paul Jones Dan Jervis has pulled out of the 1,500m men’s freestyle heats in a big blow to Team Wales’ hopes of swimming medals at the Commonwealth Games. The silver medalist four years ago at the Gold Coast was one of the favourites for the event, but has withdrawn because of... Read More

A History Of Acrimony: Pontypool’s Frustrations With The WRU Strike A Chord For Community Clubs

By Dan Parker For all the criticisms laid at the door of the WRU over recent months – from eyewatering international ticket prices and alcohol-induced shenanigans at the Principality Stadium to the poor performance of Wales national team and regional sides – this week’s letter from Pontypool RFC to the union... Read More

Dai Young And Dwayne Peel Insist Focus Is All On The Rugby . . . As They Get Set To Go Back To South Africa.

By Haydn Evans Cardiff director of rugby Dai Young, and Scarlets head coach Dwayne Peel both believe their nightmare visits to South Africa before Christmas will not be repeated. Both regions were left stranded after an outbreak of the omicron variant of Covid 19. Most of the blue and blacks’ squad were stuck... Read More

Newport County's Wayne Hatswell Admits: Dom Telford Is Turning Heads . . . But We'll Fight To Keep Him

By Rob Carbon Newport assistant manager Wayne Hatswell admits the club will have to fend off bids for League Two top scorer Dom Telford this month. Telford has 19 goals in 20 games after his double on Saturday helped his County side hammer Harrogate 4-0, with Mickey Demetriou and Courtney Baker-Richardson also... Read More

England Rugby Boss Backs SOS Plan To Move Entire Six Nations Across The Border

By David Williams Wales should move their Six Nations matches to England, rather than play in front of empty stadia. That’s the view of Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter, who has backed the views of Welsh players Josh Adams and Louis Rees-Zammit who are both in favour of going over... Read More

Dan Biggar Fears "Training Session" Six Nations Home Games In Cardiff

By David Williams Dan Biggar is concerned by the negative impact playing behind closed doors could have on the success of Wales’ Six Nations title defence. The champions’ first home game takes place against Scotland on February 12 but, under Covid restrictions imposed by the Welsh Government, only 50 spectators are permitted... Read More
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