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Tributes Paid To Peter Thomas After Death Of Former Cardiff Chairman

Peter-Thomas
Tributes have been paid throughout Welsh rugby after the death of Peter Thomas, the former Cardiff chairman. A hugely influential figure within the sport, the 79-year-old passed away on Wednesday, three years after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Gareth Bale . . . Ex-footballer, now Red Wall Member

Gareth Bale Farewell
Gareth Bale was given a rousing send-off by Wales supporters before their Euro 2024 qualifier against Latvia in Cardiff. Five-times Champions League winner Bale retired from football in January after making a record 111 appearances for the Wales men’s national team.

Table Service Now Available Every Week In Merthyr

Callum Evans
Merthyr Tydfil’s sporting heritage is rich and well-documented, but a new chapter is being written thanks to an innovative tie-up between the town’s college and Table Tennis Wales. The famous sporting sons and daughters of the old industrial town – such as boxers Howards Winstone and Johnny Owen, judoka Natalie Powell, footballer Mark Pembridge and netballer Chelsea Lewis – could soon be joined by the next generation of table tennis internationals.

So Far, So Good . . . Two Games, Four Points, But We Won’t Get Carried Away, Says Wales Boss Rob Page

Kieffer Moore of Wales celebrates after scoring a goal to make it 1-0
Wales manager Robert Page declared it a case of “job done” after his team continued a promising start to their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign by beating Latvia 1-0 in Cardiff. Kieffer Moore’s first-half header made the difference, with the victory following a 1-1 draw away to Croatia three days ago.

Barry Town United Will Keep the Party Going

Lee Kendall
Lee Kendall has told his Barry Town United champions to forget about next season for now – and savour the sweet taste of success. Barry are sipping champagne and going back up to the JD Cymru Premier as champions, their Cymru South title confirmed by a thumping 5-0 triumph at home to Pontardawe Town at the weekend.

Brian Davies Insists Sport Wales Can Make A Difference

Brian Davies
New Sport Wales chief executive Brian Davies insists the organisation is equipped to face the changing landscape for sport, health and fitness throughout Wales. Having been acting CEO for the past 18 months, Davies has been confirmed as the long-term successor to Sarah Powell.

Wales Star Natasha Cockram And The Heart-Warming Story Of Her GB Selection

Natasha Cockram
Natasha Cockram’s selection for Great Britain’s team at this summer World Athletics Championships was just what the doctor ordered for the marathon runner and her family. When the Micky Morris Racing team athlete was announced as the first name on the GB team last Tuesday, Cockram’s father was undergoing heart surgery.

Wrexham’s Former Watford And England Goalkeeper Ben Foster Insists: I’m A Low Maintenance Guy

Ben Foster
Ben Foster has told Wrexham fans worried he may need Premier League pampering: “Don’t worry – I’m low maintenance.” The former England goalkeeper kept a clean sheet on his debut for the club as they beat York City 3-0 at the weekend to move another step nearer towards a return to the Football League. Foster, 39, had signed for the club earlier in the week on a short-term deal until the end of the season as cover for the injured Rob Lainton.

Matthew Hirst Hits A Rally North Wales Hat-Trick As Ryland James Remains 600 Not Out

Matthew Hirst and Declan Dear
Matthew Hirst celebrated a hat-trick of Get Jerky Rally North Wales wins on Saturday to launch the defence of his Motorsport UK Pirelli Welsh Rally Championship title in ominous fashion – while the Welshpool-based event was also a special one for St Clears co-driver Ryland James, who notched up his 600th rally start. In a rallying career spanning seven decades and 54 years, James guided Carmarthen’s Gareth Lewis home to a second in class (and 50th overall) result in their Ford Escort RS2000 Mk1 – proving that he’s finally got the hang of route notes and time cards!

Ramsey And Son . . . Wales Skipper Aaron Sees Sonny Day Ahead Against Latvia

Aaron Ramsey
It will be interesting to see who is the proudest person leading out Wales in front of a packed house at Cardiff City Stadium against Latvia on Tuesday night – Wales skipper Aaron Ramsey or his seven-year-old son, Sonny. Both got a taste of captaincy last weekend - Aaron with Wales in Croatia and Sonny with the pre-academy side at Cardiff Cosmos.

Gethin Jenkins

Tom Shanklin Says Things Are Different To The Roman Ruin of 2003 . . . Wales Are Not As Good

Tom Shanklin has got the Six Nations set with Wales – two Grand Slam titles, two Triple Crowns and the one that few people mention, a single Wooden Spoon. That last unwanted award was earned 20 years ago, the last time Wales were whitewashed in the 23-year history of the... Read More

Stephen Jones and Gethin Jenkins Are The First Casualties . . . As Warren Gatland Begins To Shape His New Coaching Team

By Rob Carbon Warren Gatland has sacked two of Wales greatest ever players from his coaching team as he bids to re-shape the fortunes of the Welsh team in the 2023 Six Nations and World Cup. Stephen Jones and Gethin Jenkins, who both played under Gatland for both Wales and the British... Read More

Gethin Jenkins Looking To Avenge Last Year’s Six Nations Defeat For Wales By Stopping The French Grand Slam Bandwagon

By Haydn Evans Wales defence coach Gethin Jenkins is relatively new to the international coaching scene, having only been in the job 17 months. This weekend he’s tasked with stopping Grand Slam chasing France, and their golden generation of talent including Toulouse duo Antione Dupont and Romain Ntamack. In Wales’ game against Les... Read More

Wales Defend Decision To Pass Tomas Francis Fit After Leading Doctor Claims They Are Risking Players' Health

By Haydn Evans Wales have defended themselves against accusations they have placed Tomas Francis at risk by declaring the prop fit to face France on Friday. Francis, wing Josh Adams and centre Owen Watkin have all been passed fit to play in Wales’ Six Nations clash in Cardiff. But it is the all-clear... Read More

Wayne Pivac Says He Took Feedback From Players Over Axed Wales Coach Byron Hayward

Wales coach Wayne Pivac has admitted that talks with players formed part of the backdrop to his decision to get rid of Byron Hayward. Defence coach Hayward left by mutual agreement on Sunday after just a year in the job and just weeks after Sam Warburton’s decision not to continue as... Read More

Sam Warburton Leaves Wales Role . . . And Gethin Jenkins Steps In

Sam Warburton has chosen to leave the Wales coaching set-up and will be replaced by Gethin Jenkins. Former Wales and Lions captain Warburton has only been working as a technical coach under head coach Wayne Pivac – specialising in the breakdown area – for 11 months, but has opted to... Read More
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