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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.

Kieffer Moore Says There Are More Goals To Come After Opening Cardiff City Account

Kieffer Moore insisted there are plenty more goals to come after his double earned Cardiff City their first win of the season at Nottingham Forest. The £2million summer signing from Wigan's first-half double were his first for the Bluebirds.

Charlotte Arter Outshines Rivals With Blistering Return in Cardiff Sunset 5Km

Charlotte Arter made a blistering return to the roads after a six month enforced absence caused by COVID-19 to win the Cardiff Sunset 5k. And Osian Perrin took the honours in the men's race as a small group of invited athletes helped re-start road racing in Wales.

Gareth Bale Was 'Spectacular' For Real Madrid Says Zinedine Zidane As Wales Star Edges Closer To Tottenham Return

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has hailed Gareth Bale's time at the Spanish giants as 'spectacular' as the Wales ace edges closer to a return to Tottenham. Bale is still finalizing the loan move back to his former club having flown into London on Friday.

It's Tiki Taka At Newport County . . . Until The Mud Makes It Pretty Sticky

It’s Tiki Taka At Newport County . . . Until The Mud Makes It Pretty Sticky
The footballing revolution at Newport County gathered pace this week with Michael Flynn’s men taking Cambridge United to school in the Carabao Cup second round. It may only have ended in a 1-0 win, and earned the Exiles another home draw with Watford in the next round, but it was the emphatic style with which they played the game that really caught the eye. Flynn has told his players to carry on in the same mode when Barrow arrive at Rodney Parade today for the second League Two outing of the new campaign.

No Call From Ryan Giggs Was The Best Thing That Could Have Happened To Joe Rodon, Says Swansea City Boss

No Call From Ryan Giggs Was The Best Thing That Could Have Happened To Joe Rodon, Says Swansea City Boss

Bear-Hugged Dean Ryan Admits Beaten Dragons Have Much More To Do

Bear-Hugged Dean Ryan Admits Beaten Dragons Have Much More To Do
Dean Ryan has admitted his Dragons team still have a long way to go and much to learn if they are to trouble the best teams in Europe. The region have transformed themselves in the past couple of seasons from the regular whipping boys of the Guinness Pro14 to a rising force within the domestic structure. But if ever there was clear evidence of the gap between at least three of the Welsh regions and the best teams across the border in England, then it was starkly underlined in the Dragons’ thumping 56-17 defeat at Bristol Bears in the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup on Friday night.

Joel Makin Says I'm Feeling Good After Sweeping Into Manchester Open Quarter-Finals

Joel Makin has reached the quarter-finals of the PSA World Tour Manchester Open without dropping a set. The Haverfordwest-born layer triumphed 3-0 (11-4, 11-7, 14-14) against Scotland's No 15 seed Greg Lobban.

FAW Launch Disrepute Investigation Into Connah's Quay Boss Andy Morrison's 'Turn A Blind Eye' Comments

Connah's Quay Nomads manager Andy Morrison is facing an FAW investigation into his 'turn a blind eye' comments after the Europa League defeat by Dinamo Tbilisi. The FAW says they are looking into whether the comments bring the association into disrepute.

Becky Morgan Last Welsh Woman Standing At French Open As Amy Boulden Misses Cut

Becky Morgan is the last Welsh hope at the Lacoste Ladies Open De France as recent LET winner Amy Boulden missed the cut. Morgan is in a five strong tie for 10th place on -1 after following up her 70 in the opening round with a par 71 in Friday's second round.

European Champions Cup

Woken From Lockdown, Invincible Leinster Can Show Welsh Regions Who's The Daddy

The Guinness Pro14 is gearing up for a return on August 22 when fixtures are due to resume for the first time March. The Scarlets will host the Cardiff Blues and the Ospreys will face the Dragons but only the Scarlets have a chance of making the play-offs and then... Read More

Fired Up Dragons Get Ready For Euro Boost

The Dragons are set to return to European rugby’s elite for the 2020-21 season with a place in the Champions Cup. The region has not been involved in the top level tournament for nine years, but the re-jig of the current Guinness Pro 14 campaign is poised to provide Rodney... Read More

Time For The Ospreys To Fire A Shot In Anger At Sarries

Fancy the Ospreys to actually win a game when they cost Saracens in the European Champions Cup on Saturday afternoon? No? Well, you’re probably not alone. But Peter Jackson has a reminder that history often shapes the most unpredictable outcomes. Saracens will look at the dishevelled state of their next... Read More

Alun Wyn Jones. . . Captain, Leader, Legend . . . And Back From Telling His Bosses Exactly How It Is

As the Ospreys prepare for their ultimate test on Saturday – a clash against mighty Saracens in the European Champions Cup, Harri Morgan has been imagining his own tough examination and the only man in Wales who might be up to the task . . . the returning Alun Wyn... Read More

Liam Williams Moves Closer To Becoming First Treble Winning Welshman

Liam Williams is on course to become the first Welshman to win the ultimate Triple Crown of Grand Slam, European Champions Cup and domestic league title. The Wales full-back – already a Six Nations winner – scored two tries as his Saracens team thrashed Glasgow 56-27 at the weekend to... Read More

Ken Owens Says There Are No Dublin Scars, Only Determination To Put Things Right

Ken Owens concedes Leinster are as close as a team gets to perfection, but insists the Scarlets will travel to Dublin without fear for Saturday’s Guinness Pro14 final. It is a quick return to the scene of last month’s drubbing at the Aviva Stadium, where the Scarlets came a cropper... Read More
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