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Phil Pratt – Multi-Talented, Multi-skilled, And Heading For Paris This Summer

Phil Pratt
Phil Pratt will be at the Paralympics in Paris later this year, but it’s not too much of a stretch to imagine the highlight of his summer could have been playing at Wimbledon. Pratt is the man who captained Great Britain’s wheelchair basketball team to World Championship glory in 2018.

Gerwyn Price Admits German Defeat Was Hard To Take

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Gerwyn Price believes he let a fifth International Darts Open title slip from his grasp after losing the final of the European tour event. German home favourite Martin Schindler denied Price as he surged to victory in his first European Tour final. The 27-year-old German powered his way to an 8-5 win over the two-time defending champion at the WT Energiesysteme Arena in Riesa to claim his first senior PDC crown.

Erol Bulut Turns On His Critics And Demands Credit For Cardiff City Upsurge

Erol Bulut
Erol Bulut has issued an impassioned defence of his record as Cardiff City manager as he seeks to stay in charge this summer. The Bluebirds boss has taken issue with his critics, who he claims have tried to suggest he should take little credit for the club’s improvement on last season.

Chris Cooke Backs Glamorgan To Claim Win After Brilliant Ton

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Century-maker Chris Cooke believes he has set the platform for Glamorgan to achieve a memorable victory over Derbyshire. Cooke helped Glamorgan pull in front on day three of their Vitality County Championship match against after they posted 361 for seven declared to set a target of 401 for the visitors.

Newport County Boss Graham Coughlan To Consider His Position After Sixth Defeat

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Newport County manager Graham Coughlan has given a scathing assessment of his team - and questioned his own future - after they suffered a sixth successive defeat. The County boss said the club’s fans deserved better after their latest setback - a 2-1 loss at home against Tranmere Rovers. That makes it a miserable round half dozen of losses on the bounce for Newport, who only a month ago looked to have a decent outside chance of making the play-offs before their rotten run.

Ioan Cunningham Under Pressure But Questions WRU Strategy For Women's Game

Ioan Cunningham expects scrutiny over his position as head coach after Wales glued themselves to the bottom of the Women’s Six Nations table. Like his counterpart in charge of the men’s team – Warren Gatland – Cunningham is a man under pressure who cannot ease things until he stops losing. The former Scarlets coach, who brought a sharp upturn in the fortunes of the national side in the women’s game two years ago, admits results have put him in the firing line.

Wrexham Ride To League One Is A Reward For The Fans, Says Phil Parkinson

Ryan Reynolds has said that he and Rob McElhenney are having the “ride of our lives” following another Wrexham promotion. The Deadpool star, 47, co-owns the club with fellow Hollywood actor McElhenney. They previously secured promotion to League Two last year, and a 6-0 victory over Forest Green Rovers on Saturday means they will play in League One next season, as they cannot now finish below the top three automatic promotion places.

Osian Pryce Back In Business After Storming To Severn Valley Stages Victory

Osian Pryce put himself back into contention for a second Probite British Rally Championship title after a sensational win at the second round of the season, the Rallynuts Severn Valley Stages [13 April].

Mark Jones Admits Ospreys Guilty Of Too Many Errors As European Dream Ends At Gloucester

Keelan Giles Ospreys
Mark Jones admitted the Ospreys undermined their own cause as they crashed out of the European Challenge Cup after giving up too many penalties to Gloucester. The region’s defence coach praised his team’s commitment during their 23-12 quarter-final defeat to Gloucester at Kingsholm.

Ruby Evans Begins Countdown To Olympic Spot In Paris

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With her sights firmly set on the Paris Olympics this summer, Ruby Evans will hope to book her ticket to the greatest show on Earth next month. Evans has been named in the senior Great Britain women’s team for the artistic gymnastics European Championships in Rimini, Italy, in May in a line-up that also includes Ondine Achampong, Alice Kinsella, nine-time senior European medallist Becky Downie MBE and Georgia-Mae Fenton.

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And So It Begins . . . The Post-Bale Era For Wales, Where Only Brave Calls And A Radical Reset Can Fill The Void

Rob Page’s Wales squad announcement for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers against Croatia and Latvia last week was a landmark moment for Welsh football. The dark hour which had been a subject of dread for an entire sporting generation had actually arrived: Gareth Bale was no longer be available for... Read More

Steve Morison Aims To Ruin Wayne Rooney’s Great Escape As Cardiff City Prepare To Block The Route For Derby County

By Haydn Evans Cardiff City manager Steve Morison has commended the job England legend Wayne Rooney has done in bringing troubled Derby County back into the fight for Championship survival. But Morison says Rams will be met with "the same attitude" of defiance when they set foot onto the Cardiff City Stadium... Read More

It's 40 Years Since Swansea City Wowed The World, Topped The Table . . . And Made Memories For A Lifetime

Exactly 40 years ago this weekend, Swansea City played their opening match of the 1981-82 season - their first in the top flight after decades in the lower divisions. The 5-1 victory over Leeds United was one of the greatest days in the club's history and a young Owen Morgan... Read More

When The Hand Of Joe Was Crushed By The Boot Of Tosh . . . And Revenge Was Taken!

I know there may not be many alternatives at the moment, but there's only one place I'm going to be this Saturday afternoon at 1.15pm. The family have been told the television is booked and the beer is chilling in readiness for an afternoon's entertainment I am going to thoroughly... Read More

The Ugly, Lovely Vetch Field . . . It's 15 Years This Week Since Swansea City Turned Off The Lights

There’s an anniversary looming . . . and not just 10 weeks since we last saw any football. A significant milestone waits just ahead for those who spent many memorable afternoons and evenings at Swansea’s Vetch Field, such as Owen Morgan. When I read on Twitter the other day that it’s... Read More

John Toshack Pays Tribute To Merthyr's Mighty Frankie

John Toshack has paid this tribute to former Merthyr Town defender Frankie Collins, who passed away earlier this month. Cardiff-born former Wales, Swansea City and Real Madrid manager Toshack was a teenage centre-forward when he played for the Bluebirds against Merthyr’s Collins in a Welsh League fixture during the later... Read More
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