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 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 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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
Melissa Courtney-Bryant came within a whisker of setting a new 1500m personal best on her first outdoor outing of 2020 on Tuesday night. The Welsh 3,000 and 5,000m record holder was in imperious form as she overcame a high quality field at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland. Courtney-Bryant produced... Read More
Jake Heyward blazed a trail for Welsh athletes returning to track action in the early hours of Sunday morning. As athletics takes its first tentative steps back to normality following the coronavirus shutdown, the Cardiff middle distance star took part in a high-profile and innovative event in the United States.... Read More
Four Welsh endurance runners are included on a list of British athletes offered funding from London Marathon Events (LME) for the 2020 season. Cardiff Athletics club members Jake Heyward, Charlotte Arter and Jenny Nesbitt are joined by Natasha Cockram, of the Micky Morris Racing on the 30-strong list. The athlete... Read More
One of Wales' brightest young sports stars has moved to the United States in a bid to boost his ambition of reaching next year's Tokyo Olympics. Middle distance runner Jake Heyward has joined the world famous Oregon Track Club Elite in Eugene under the tutelage of highly respected British coach... Read More
The best of friends will become the best of rivals over the space of two or three kilometres along the leafy lanes and wide avenues of Cardiff on Sunday morning. Students Ciaran Lewis and Jake Smith live together, eat together, train together, study together and, during the early part of... Read More
Welsh athletes will be taking on some of the world’s best at Sunday’s Diamond League meeting in Birmingham. The latest leg of the international athletics roadshow features more than 60 global medallist, including 10 reigning Olympic champions, two Paralympic champions and 13 reigning world champions. Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Melissa... Read More