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Get Your Dosh On Osh . . . Roberts Heads Betting To Replace Rob Page As Wales Boss

Osian Roberts
Osian Roberts heads the early betting as favourite to take over from Rob Page as Wales manager. Page was dismissed on Friday morning following the dismal friendly performances against Gibraltar and Slovakia, which intensified the pressure built by the failure to qualify for Euro 2024.

Aaron Wainwright Vows Wales Will Come Out Fighting Against South Africa

Aaron Wainwright Wales
Aaron Wainwright believes that Wales’ Twickenham appointment with South Africa is an important staging post on the road to the 2027 World Cup. Wales’ resources have been severely tested for Saturday’s encounter with several players either unavailable because the game falls outside World Rugby’s summer Test window so England-based players cannot be considered, injured or rested.

It Will Either Be Pain Or Gain For Taine, When Wales Muscle Up To South Africa

Taine Plumtree Wales
Taine Plumtree will be bidding for a family London double this weekend – but it will require a massive upset by Wales for him to achieve it. Last month, Plumtree’s father, John, coached the Sharks to a memorable 36-22 triumph against Gloucester in the Challenge Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Steve Cooper Vows To Keep Leicester City Up As Wales Retains A Premier League Boss

Steve Cooper Nottingham Forest
Steve Cooper has vowed to make sure Leicester City rise to the challenge of staying in the Premier League next season after being appointed as their new manager on a three-year deal. The former Swansea City boss will ensure there is at least one Welsh manager working in the top flight next season, following his dismissal at Nottingham Forest midway through last season and the relegation suffered by Rob Edwards’s Luton Town.

Stevie Williams Relishing Dream Tour Debut After Stunning Season

Stevie Williams is looking to add to his stellar season after being handed a dream debut at the Tour de France.

Aled Davies Eyes More Golden Glory As Four Welsh Para Stars Heading For Paris

Aled Davies is looking for more Games glory after being named as one of four Welsh Para athletes in Britain's team for Paris 2024.

Wales Begin Search For New Manager After Rob Page Sacked

Rob Page Wales
Wales have begun the search for a new manager after Rob Page was sacked.

Newport County Consider Cameron Toshack Move After Graham Coughlan Departure

Cameron Toshack Swansea City
Newport County could turn to former Swansea City U23 coach Cameron Toshack after sacking Graham Coughlan. County parted company with Coughlan by “mutual consent” after 20 months as their manager, but the reality is that recently appointed chairman Huw Jenkins wanted a new man at the helm.

X-Factor Regan Grace In Line For Wales Tour Down Under

Regan Grace Bath
Regan Grace has been described as an “X-factor” player following his shock call-up to Wales’ summer training squad. Former rugby league star Grace, who has only played two senior games of union, could now travel to Australia for a tour highlighted by Tests against the Wallabies on July 6 and 13.

Steve Cooper In Pole Position To Become New Leicester City Boss

Steve Cooper Nottingham Forest
Steve Cooper is in line to become Leicester City's new manager. The 44-year-old former Swansea City boss, who was dismissed by Nottingham Forest in December, has held extended talks with the Foxes, Forest’s big East Midlands rivals.

Harri Morgan

Alun Wyn Jones Is So Special He Can Play For Two Teams In The Same Match!

Alun Wyn Jones is going to play for both teams when the Barbarians return to St Helen’s... Read More

Unconscious Bias? Me? In Lions Selection? You Must Be Thinking Of The English, Scots Or Irish

“Pick your own” is normally about fruit and veg, but when it’s Lions year it means something more taxing on the brain than the back. Lions squads have been picked across Britain and Ireland for months, but the one that matters – Warren Gatland’s - will be named at 12.30pm today. Harri Morgan has... Read More

No Racoons And No Superman . . . But The Rainbow Cup Is Worth Chasing (For Now)

The Rainbow Cup is spreading over Welsh rugby this weekend for the first time. It’s not a perfect tournament and the rivalries lack context says Harri Morgan, but it’s the best we have at present and at least it’s not been constructed with the idea of fleecing a global fan... Read More

The Six Nations Finally Ends Here . . . But The Progress Of Wales Under Wayne Pivac Must Not

The Six Nations title will be decided in Paris tonight, even though most of the judgements on Wales in this tournament have already been made. Harri Morgan says measurements of progress were easy to find, but the important factor now is to keep the forward momentum. I don’t profess to... Read More

Beware Eddie Jones' Frigid England Routine . . . It's Time For Wales To Fight Ice With Ice

Eddie Jones has told England to pick up their own arousal levels when they face Wales this weekend. But it’s not a case of thinking Welsh fires can melt the mighty iceberg, says Harri Morgan. It’s more about Wales being coldly, clinical themselves. Expect Eddie’s England to arrive in Cardiff... Read More

Wales' Six Nations So Far: Two Wins, Two Red Cards, Two Head Blows . . . But Missing HIA Tests

Next week, Wales will be bidding for a Triple Crown when they take on England – surely, the most unexpected success story of the season. They’ve blindsided their critics, but the red cards have also led to a certain blind spot when it comes to possible concussion, says Harri Morgan.... Read More
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