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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.

Mike Phillips Rides Into Town As Ffos Las Celebrate Their Big Birthday

Former Rugby Player Mike Phillips
Mike Phillips admits his time as a racehorse owner was “disastrous” but that will not prevent the former Wales and Lions rugby hero from helping Ffos Las Racecourse celebrate their 15th birthday this weekend. Phillips will deliver the wisdom and wit derived from a 12-year, 94-cap career with Wales - plus five more with the Lions - when he performs in a Q and A session at the course on Sunday.

Wales Promise Jam Tomorrow . . . But Where’s the Bread of Heaven?

Warren Gatland Wales
If patience is a virtue, then Warren Gatland must think Wales supporters are the most virtuous people in the world. How else do we explain the head coach’s continual reference to building a team ready for the next World Cup?

Wales’ Jasmine Joyce Poised To Make Olympic History In Paris

Jasmine Joyce Wales
Wales winger Jasmine Joyce is set to become the first British rugby player to appear at three Olympic Games after being included in Team GB’s sevens squad for Paris 2024. Joyce, 28, who helped Britain finish fourth at Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020, and Scotland centre Lisa Thomson are the only non-English players selected in a 14-strong squad.

Josh Tarling Spearheads Welsh Success As He Storms To Time Trial Gold

Josh Tarling blasted to victory in the time trial at the National Road Championships - then vowed to be even quicker at the Olympic Games in Paris.

Jamie Phillips

The Dragons' New Head Coach . . . Which Of These Can Finally Ignite The Fire?

The Dragons’ Judgement Day victory over the Scarlets was their first win away from Rodney Parade for four years. Heady days. Now, all they need do is find a permanent coach and the scars suffered as long-term whipping boys may finally start to heal. Jamie Phillips looks at the candidates... Read More

Bernard Jackman . . . What He Got Wrong (A Fair Bit) And What He Got Right (Not So Much In This Column)

The Dragons have yet to confirm it, but Bernard Jackman has been sacked as head coach following poor results, a public rap over the knuckles from the Welsh Rugby Union for criticising a referee last month, and then an embarrassing home thrashing against a Leinster team full of kids. Jamie... Read More

Who Can Blame Hallam Amos For Abandoning Dragons' Ship?. . It's Going Down (Or Up North)

What is their left to say about the Dragons? Except, maybe, that their capitulation at home to a third string Leinster team might represent a new low. Jamie Phillips thinks so and worries the only way is up – to North Wales. What a difference a week makes in sport... Read More

No More Excuses At The Dragons . . . Now Is The Time They Have To Catch Up On The Rest

When the Guinness Pro 14 season kicks-off this weekend, all four Welsh regions will be desperate to improve on their varied rungs of the league ladder. For the Dragons, though, there are reputations, jobs, and the faith of their fans at stake as Jamie Phillips reports. Who would have thought... Read More