Archie Hughes Pens New Deal With Scarlets
Wales U20s scrum-half Archie Hughes has signed a new contract with the Scarlets. Having started his rugby journey with Tenby RFC juniors, Hughes burst onto the senior stage with two tries on his debut in a pre-season game against Nottingham at Parc y Scarlets two years ago.
Ian Woosnam Ready For Return To Wales At Seniors Open
Ian Woosnam will return to his Welsh roots when he tees it up in The Senior Open Presented by Rolex at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club from July 27-30. The 1991 Masters Champion and 29-time DP World Tour winner was born in Oswestry and began his career at Llanymynech Golf Club.
Bradley Davies Joins Ospreys All Over Again . . . This Time As Coach
What do you get when you add Bradley Davies to James Hook, Paul James and Andrew Bishop? A ‘Dream Team’ of coaches to help bring through the next generation of Ospreys stars. After 66 Welsh caps and more than 210 professional games for Cardiff Blues, Wasps and Ospreys, the 36-year-old Davies is all set to become the latest international ex-pro to be attached to the backroom staff at his old region after hanging up his boots.
Simon Raiwalui Sets His Sights On The World Cup And Wales
Former Newport RFC star Simon Raiwalui has named a strong 45-man Fiji training squad as they continue their preparations for the Rugby World Cup in France – including a key clash against Wales.
Sean Bowen Seeks Six Appeal . . . More Chances At Ffos Las To Prove He Is Leading Jockey
Sean Bowen has half a dozen more opportunities to put some distance between himself and Brian Hughes at the top of the Jump Jockeys Championship at Ffos Las on Thursday. The Welsh jockey currently leads the way, having ridden 20 winners so far this season, which runs from the start of May to the end of next April.
River Flows Straight Into Cardiff As Devils Sign Rymsha
Cardiff Devils coach Pete Russell believes new signing River Rymsha can help the team flow next season. The Devils have bolstered their roster for the upcoming 2023-24 Elite League season with the addition of defenseman Rymsha.
Sam Northeast Admits Glamorgan Were Outplayed By Super Surrey
Sam Northeast admitted Glamorgan deserved to have their T20 momentum halted after they were outplayed by Surrey at Sophia Gardens. A record-breaking batting performance from Laurie Evans and his Surrey teammates set up a 65-run victory in their Vitality Blast match in Cardiff.
Kyle Naughton Extends Contract with Swansea City, Marking Nine Years Of Dedicated Service
Swansea City defender Kyle Naughton has agreed to a fresh one-year contract that will prolong his tenure with the club until the conclusion of June 2024. The 34-year-old's existing agreement was set to conclude later this month, but he has reached an understanding that guarantees his presence in the Swansea squad for an additional year.
Scarlets Trio Cross The Border For England
Former Scarlets trio Harri Williams, Griff Evans and Iestyn Rees have all joined English Championship outfit Ampthill. Scrum-half Williams is set to play for Wales U20 at next month’s World Junior Championships in South Africa, while lock Evans and back row man Rees will join him in adding further Welsh flavour to Paul Turner’s Ampthill mob next season.
Tom Lockyer Reflects On Overcoming Heart Scare . . . And Looks Ahead To Luton In The Premier League
Tom Lockyer has reflected on his day of “mixed emotions” after being given the all clear following his heart scare during Luton’s Sky Bet Championship play-off final win over Coventry last month. The 28-year-old defender fell to the floor early in the game and was subsequently taken to the Cleveland Clinic in London where he underwent an operation.
Elis Ready To Play With Fire On Ice For Fifth Season
Cardiff Fire, who will play in National Ice Hockey League South One this season, have announced their first signing. Elis Sheppard returns for a fifth year with Fire, having won players player and coaches player of the season awards last time out. He joined Cardiff Fire from Slough in the club’s first... Read More
Fire Aiming To Turn Up The Heat Against Wildcats
Cardiff Fire are on a revenge mission against Swindon Wildcats at Ice Arena Wales this evening (Sunday). Head coach Mark Cuddihy and his team were furious when a Wildcats official slammed the Welsh team and accused the Welsh club of ‘Pretending to be hockey players’. That came after a 15-1 Swindon win... Read More
Aussie Ace Manning Ready To Add Spark To Fire
Cardiff Fire are battling to ensure Australian David Manning can make his debut against Milton Keynes Thunder at Ice Arena Wales on Saturday (6.30pm). Mark Cuddihy, Fire’s general manager, spent yesterday working to ensure all paperwork was in place to make Manning eligible for the National Ice Hockey League match. That is... Read More
Fire Add Another Import Signing - From Australia
Australian David Manning, a former college utility player in North America, has signed for Cardiff Fire. Manning, who has also played in Sweden and France, will be a key skater for Fire, who play in the second tier of British ice hockey. He joins fellow imports Kalle Allner and Viktor Langseth, both... Read More
Cardiff Fire Add European Talent For 2017-18 Ice Hockey Season
Cardiff Fire have added Swedish and Slovakian talent to their National League team for 2017-18. Fire, who play in the second tier of British ice hockey this season, have now signed two Swedish defencemen plus Slovak centre Robert Sedlak, who is set for his seventh season in Cardiff. Head coach Mark Cuddihy... Read More
Swedish D-man Set For Cardiff Fire Home Debut On Saturday
Swedish Defenceman Kalle Allner has signed for Cardiff Fire. Allner, 22, makes his debut for Fire in their opening National Ice Hockey League match of the season, against Invicta Dynamos at Ice Arena Wales on Saturday (6.30pm). “Kalle is going to be an extremely good player in this league,” says head coach... Read More