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Alex Hartley Insists Slow Burning Welsh Fire Can Rage This Summer In The Hundred

England international and BBC broadcaster Alex Hartley is full of optimism ahead of Welsh Fire's opening match against Birmingham Phoenix at Sophia Gardens on Saturday. The left-arm spinner is making her second appearance in The Hundred tournament, but this season she has swapped her Manchester Originals jersey for Welsh Fire. She insists she has hit the ground running with her new squad, beginning with some team bonding.

Medi Harris Enjoying Superb Double Medal Breakthrough Season . . . And Says, "I'm Just Having Fun"

Medi Harris believes she is growing into her status as a medal-winning international swimmer after backing up her Commonwealth Games bronze medal with a silver at the European Aquatics Championships in Rome. The rising Welsh star combined with Freya Colbert, Lucy Hope, and Freya Anderson to get Britain on the medal table on the opening night in Italy with second place in the women's 4x200m freestyle relay final In their second swim together as a quartet, Colbert, Hope, Harris and Anderson kept themselves in contention for the European title from lane one throughout a thrilling race, before ultimately touching for silver behind the Netherlands. The silver medal follows Harris’s bronze in Birmingham last week in the final of the women’s 100m backstroke.

On Its 30th Anniversary, The Cymru Premier Continues To Divide Opinion

Isaak Davies Will Now Carry A Heavy Load, Admits Cardiff City Boss Steve Morison

Cardiff City boss Steve Morison believes his young striker Isaak Davies was hung out to dry in the recent transfer stalemate with Burnley. A fee of £2.5m was allegedly offered by last season’s Premier League fall guys to Cardiff for the 20-year-old earlier this week and was immediately turned down by the Bluebirds. But Morison believes the way in which the deal was aired in public has left the player with a burden to carry when he returns to action after recovering from a knee injury.

Olivia Breen Inspires Sienna To Dream . . . And Shows The True Value Of Integrating Para Sport At Major Games

Sport, and life in general, is all about standout moments. For many, the singular moment of the Commonwealth Games 2022 involved Welsh athlete Olivia Breen If we are being picky, then three different moments from Breen encapsulated everything that is good about sport.

Adele Ready To One Day Say Hello To Sport Number Three After Wales Games Debut

Adele Nicoll is already an international athlete in two sports, but it would seem a reasonable bet to place on her one day making it a hat-trick. Adele said hello to bobsleigh after first emerging as a talented track and field athlete and she finds trying new sports just as satisfying as winning. The 25-year-old from Welshpool competed for Team Wales at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in shot put, where her recent rapid progress in the sport enabled her to finish eighth.

Elfyn Evans Frustrated Again After Missing Out On Rally Finland Podium

Elfyn Evans had admitted to more feelings of frustration after reflecting on finishing fourth at Rally Finland. Evans had been fighting for victory until he clipped a rock on Saturday’s penultimate stage – the impact with an inside wheel breaking a damper on his Toyota GR Yaris Rally1 Hybrid. The 50 seconds that he and co-driver Scott Martin lost limping through the day’s final stage (SS18, Vekkula 2) crushed any hopes that they had of repeating last year’s Rally Finland win.

Newport County Boss Insists Carabao Cup Triumph Proves Growing Depth . . . But Cardiff And Swansea Admit To Shockers

Newport County assistant manager Carl Serrant believes his team’s notable EFL Cup win at Luton Town underlines the growing depth in the Exiles’ squad. James Waite scored the late winner as League Two County upset Championship side Luton in the Carabao Cup first round, winning 3-2 at Kenilworth Road. Luton went ahead on 30 minutes courtesy of a stunning 35-yard drive into the top corner by Carlos Mendes Gomes, but were pegged back six minutes later as Lewis Collins equalised.

Aussies, Ozzy, Sun, Fun And Some Golden Memories For Team Wales . . . Thank You, Brum!

The final medal has been awarded, the last anthem played, and some of the temporary venues are already being dismantled. The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is over and it's on to Victoria, Australia in four year's time. Owen Morgan reflects on what he has seen. Birmingham, you were absolutely bostin'! From the weather to the welcome . . . with a huge dollop of world class sport in between.

Charlotte Carey And Anna Hursey Complete Four Year Journey By Climbing The Podium For Wales

BIRMINGHAM - Comments from Charlotte CAREY (WAL) and Anna HURSEY (WAL) after they beat WONG Xin Ru (SGP) and ZHOU Jingyi (SGP) in the women's doubles bronze medal match at The NEC on Monday. Charlotte CAREY (WAL) - bronze

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Wales Youngster Terry Taylor Hopeful The Jimmy Floyd Factor Gives Him Burton Boost

Terry Taylor hopes the influence of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink can help propel his Wales U21 side to victory over the Republic of Ireland in Wexham today. The young Wales midfielder has come under the gaze of the former Chelsea star after Dutchman Hasselbaink returned to manage Burton Albion in January.... Read More

Bluebirds Ace Kevin McNaughton Names His All-Time Cardiff City XI

Kevin McNaughton spent almost a decade with Cardiff City and enjoyed some of the best moments of his career with the Bluebirds. He loved Ninian Park, had a fantastic rapport with the fans and played for City four times at Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup (twice), Championship play-off final and... Read More

Kevin McNaughton Among Manager Dave Jones' Best Bluebirds Signings

Dave Jones made one of his best Bluebirds signings after making two trips from South Wales to Aberdeen more than a decade ago. Cardiff City's manager had been tipped off about a young Scottish defender and he was delighted to sign Kevin McNaughton on a free transfer. Dundee-born McNaughton proved a loyal... Read More

McNaughton V Bellamy In Benefit Match At Cardiff City

Kevin McNaughton is going head-to-head with Craig Bellamy in his benefit match at Cardiff City Stadium. ’Super Kev’ has named his team and Bellamy will be manager of their opponents on Sunday, March 26 (3pm). Darren Purse, Paul Parry, Andy Campbell, Craig Noone and Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink are in Bellamy’s team for what... Read More

Robert Earnshaw Planning 'Super Kev' Goal Celebration In Benefit Game

Goals ace Robert Earnshaw is flying in from North American to take part in what he describes as ‘a special day for the Bluebirds’. ‘Earnie’, one of a select group of players to have scored more than 100 goals for Cardiff City, is returning from Vancouver to play in Kevin McNaughton’s... Read More

Kevin McNaughton Invites Fans To Join His Bluebirds Celebration

Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink and Craig Bellamy have both pledged their support for their former Bluebirds team-mate Kevin McNaughton’s benefit match. Hasselbaink and Bellamy will both play in McNaughton’s match at Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday, March 26 (3pm). Steve Thompson, Andy Campbell, Darren Purse, Robbie Fowler, Stephen McPhail, Robert Earnshaw and Andy Legg... Read More
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