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Wales Desperate To Get A Tune Out Of Regan . . . But Will It Be Amazing Grace?

Wales Desperate To Get A Tune Out Of Regan . . . But Will It Be Amazing Grace?
Every cloud needs a silver lining, so what shouldn’t Regan Grace provide it in the “Sunshine State” of Queensland? There have been a few bright individual moments during Wales’ tour of Australia - Dewi Lake, Archie Griffin and Taine Plumtree come to mind - but in the main it’s been a continuation of the long dark cloud Warren Gatland has been under for almost 10 months.

Pembrey Circuit Gears Up To Host Inaugural Welsh Motorsport And Supercar Festival

Pembrey Circuit Gears Up To Host Inaugural Welsh Motorsport And Supercar Festival
Pembrey Circuit will host the inaugural Welsh Motorsport & Supercar Festival on Sunday 22nd September 2024, exactly 31 years to the day since the late Brazilian F1 racing driver Ayrton Senna set the fastest lap around the home of Welsh motorsport. It was widely reported at the time that Senna broke the Pembrey lap record in 1988.

Preview: Ffos Las Race Meeting On Wednesday

Preview: Ffos Las Race Meeting On Wednesday
The Flat racing season continues at Ffos Las on Wednesday, with six races on the card for the midweek evening meeting. The racing gets underway at 6:30pm, with the racing running all the way until 9pm in the evening sunshine. The going is likely to be good to firm, with the ground beginning to dry up as the weather improves following what has been a wet July so far.

Jess Fishlock Takes The Praise And The Record As Wales’ Greatest Goalscorer

Jess Fishlock Takes The Praise And The Record As Wales’ Greatest Goalscorer
Jess Fishlock earned the praise of Helen Ward as the record for most goals scored by any player in a Welsh shirt passed from one to the other. Fishlock broke the all-time Wales goalscoring record as Rhian Wilkinson’s side strolled to a 2-0 win over Kosovo in Llanelli.

James Ashfield Ensures Welsh Representation On Home Soil In St Andrews Trophy

James Ashfield Ensures Welsh Representation On Home Soil In St Andrews Trophy

Luke Williams Insists New Boy Eom Ji-Sung Is Determined To Go All The Way To The Top

Luke Williams Insists New Boy Eom Ji-Sung Is Determined To Go All The Way To The Top
Swansea City new signing Eom Ji-Sung will do “whatever he needs to do” to be successful, according to head coach Luke Williams. Eom has moved to the Swansea.Com Stadium from South Korean top-flight club Gwangju FC on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Jess Fishlock Gets Ready To Make Welsh History - Again

Jess Fishlock Gets Ready To Make Welsh History – Again
Jess Fishlock is being celebrated as the pivotal figure in Welsh women’s football as she approaches a historic milestone against Kosovo. At 37, Fishlock is already Wales’ most capped footballer on 153 appearances and is on the brink of setting a new record for international goals, needing just one more to surpass Helen Ward’s tally of 44.

New Cardiff Dragons Coach Reinga Bloxham Tipped For Success In Revamped League

New Cardiff Dragons Coach Reinga Bloxham Tipped For Success In Revamped League
New Zealander Reinga Bloxham has been backed to make a major impact for Cardiff Dragons next season. The Welsh capital club - who were given one of the eight places in the new elite structure for British netball next season - have appointed Bloxham as their head coach for next season's revamped Netball Super League (NSL).

Mason Crane Turns Glamorgan Loan Into Long Term Deal

Mason Crane Turns Glamorgan Loan Into Long Term Deal
Glamorgan have moved quickly to turn Mason Crane's loan move from Hampshire into a permanent deal. The former England leg-spinner has signed a three-year contract.

Josh Tarling Targeting 'Big Wins' After Agreeing New Deal

Josh Tarling Targeting ‘Big Wins’ After Agreeing New Deal

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Last Welshman To Beat The All Blacks In A Welsh Shirt Dies Aged 97 . . . RIP Courtenay Meredith

Courtenay Meredith, one of the world’s greatest tight head props in the Fifties and the last surviving player from the Wales team that beat New Zealand in 1953, has died at the age of 97. The former Neath prop was a renowned scrummager in his playing days, a precursor to... Read More

Ospreys Face Final Judgement . . . But Verdicts Will Matter Elsewhere As They Bid For Play-Offs

It’s Judgement Day for the Ospreys in more ways than one on Saturday and the equation is simple, yet also complicated. Their own objective is clear. To have any chance of making the URC play-offs, they have to secure a bonus point victory against Cardiff at the Cardiff City Stadium... Read More

Ospreys’ Morgan Morris Impresses Most Watchers . . . Except Warren Gatland

When two greats of the Welsh game like Shane Williams and Justin Tipuric describe a player as “superb” and “amazing”, that’s praise indeed. Those were their plaudits for the Ospreys No 8 Morgan Morris after he produced yet another Man of the Match performance in his team’s 26-13 victory over... Read More

Cardiff's Theo Cabango Insists He's Now Bigger And Faster Than Before

Theo Cabango feels he has returned from injury in even better shape than before and that was certainly how things looked on his first start in more than five months. Back from a lengthy lay-off following a shoulder dislocation, the 22-year-old Cardiff wing scored two scintillating tries in last weekend’s... Read More

Luxury Limo Taulupe Faletau Revs Up For Cardiff And Wales

The player Cardiff Rugby coach Matt Sherratt described as a Rolls Royce will go through the gears for the first time in six months on Friday night. Taulupe Faletau - who broke his arm playing for Wales at the World Cup - will make his comeback in the capital city... Read More

Alex Cuthbert Is Ready To Mix It With Munster After Months Of Injury Frustration

It was understandably frustrating for Alex Cuthbert to be out of action for a year, but he did at least have plenty to keep him occupied off the field. Aside from his rehabilitation from foot and calf injuries, the Ospreys and Wales winger was also working on his coaching qualifications... Read More
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