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Mason Crane Turns Glamorgan Loan Into Long Term Deal

Mason Crane Turns Glamorgan Loan Into Long Term Deal
Glamorgan have moved quickly to turn Mason Crane's loan move from Hampshire into a permanent deal. The former England leg-spinner has signed a three-year contract.

Josh Tarling Targeting 'Big Wins' After Agreeing New Deal

Josh Tarling Targeting ‘Big Wins’ After Agreeing New Deal

Calum Chambers Hails Cardiff City Ambition After Leaving Aston Villa For Bluebirds

Calum Chambers Hails Cardiff City Ambition After Leaving Aston Villa For Bluebirds
Cardiff City have announced their second signing of the summer - Calum Chambers. The 29-year-old defender parted ways with Aston Villa by mutual consent after two years and joins Cardiff as a free transfer, bringing with him a wealth of experience as an England international.

Mimu Xu Praises Wimbledon Crowd After Narrowly Missing Out On Title

Mimu Xu Praises Wimbledon Crowd After Narrowly Missing Out On Title
Welsh tennis star Mimi Xu was narrowly edged out in her quest for a first Wimbledon title - losing in the girls’ doubles final. Xu, from Swansea, and Mika Stojsavljevic finished runners-up in the girls’ doubles final after narrowly losing out to the second seeds in a championship-deciding tie-break.

Craig Bellamy Swears He's A Reformed Character . . . And Has Advice For Young Coaches

Craig Bellamy Swears He’s A Reformed Character . . . And Has Advice For Young Coaches
Craig Bellamy swears he’s a reformed character these days, but the new Wales boss has urged young coaches to mind their manners. The former Burnley assistant manager is so fluent in both the language of modern football and old-school passionate positivity that the FA of Wales wasted little time in making him their successor to Rob Page. But Bellamy’s road to international management has not been without the odd wrong turn – most notably a spell at Cardiff City in charge of their U18s.

Warren Gatland To Go A Year Without Winning . . . But Insists He's Still The Man For Wales

Warren Gatland To Go A Year Without Winning . . . But Insists He’s Still The Man For Wales
Warren Gatland insists he still has the hunger to coach Wales despite overseeing nine straight defeats in a row. The New Zealander says he remains excited by what the future holds for his young team, even though the pressure is building after what will soon extend to a whole year without winning a game. Wales are winless since the pool stages of last year's World Cup after the retirement of a host of big name players and with others out injured.

Melissa Courtney-Bryant Rolls The Dice In Monaco.....And Lands A 30-Year-old British Record

Melissa Courtney-Bryant Rolls The Dice In Monaco…..And Lands A 30-Year-old British Record

‘Botham Smashes Aussies In Melbourne’ . . . Wales Dreaming Of Historic Repeat Headlines

‘Botham Smashes Aussies In Melbourne’ . . . Wales Dreaming Of Historic Repeat Headlines
James Botham should have been planning for his wedding this summer but there won’t be a more delighted Welshman in Melbourne this weekend when the Cardiff Rugby flanker gets a start against the Wallabies. Putting the name of Botham and Australia into the same sentence conjures up images of the great England cricketer Ian, Jim’s grandfather, taking on the Aussies on the cricket field. A number of those battles came at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Jess Fishlock Moves Step Nearer History And Puts Wales On Edge Of Euros Qualification

Jess Fishlock Moves Step Nearer History And Puts Wales On Edge Of Euros Qualification
Jess Fishlock – who else? – put Wales on the threshold of qualification for the Euro 2025 finals as she became her country’s joint highest goalscorer. The striker matched Helen Ward’s all-time goalscoring record as Wales triumphed 3-0 over Croatia in Karlovac, propelling them to the top of their qualifying group.

Wales Fans: We Need To Talk About England

Wales Fans: We Need To Talk About England
We need to talk about England. You may have tried not to notice, but they have reached the final of a major football tournament, the first time they have got there on foreign soil. German soil. Deutscherboden. Now comes the question, perpetually asked of Welsh supporters whenever images of the flag of St. George - tattooed onto beer bellies jiggling on outdoor bar tables – fills our TV screens. How do you feel about that?

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‘Botham Smashes Aussies In Melbourne’ . . . Wales Dreaming Of Historic Repeat Headlines

James Botham should have been planning for his wedding this summer but there won’t be a more delighted Welshman in Melbourne this weekend when the Cardiff Rugby flanker gets a start against the Wallabies. Putting the name of Botham and Australia into the same sentence conjures up images of the... Read More

James Botham Drafted In As Wales Make Changes To Face Wallabies

Wales have been forced into four changes, two of them positional, for the second Test against Australia in Melbourne on Saturday. Two of the changes come in the back row, where Taine Plumtree moves to number eight with Aaron Wainwright ruled out of the remainder of the tour by a... Read More

Wales Must Learn Their Lessons As Quickly as New-Look Wallabies

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Two Kiwis And One Tight Head-To-Head Record As Wales Take On Australia

Warren Gatland has revealed he used to try to rattle new Australian coach Joe Schmidt when he was in charge of Ireland. The two Kiwis will resume their coaching rivalry in Sydney on Saturday with Gatland trying to end a run of seven straight defeats with Wales and Schmidt hoping... Read More

Ben Thomas And Josh Hathaway Freshen Up Wales For Australia Test

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

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... Read More
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