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Toby Booth Insists The Good Ship Ospreys Is Far From Sinking

Toby Booth Ospreys
So, is Welsh regional rugby a sinking ship or still afloat despite all the storms that have been raging against it? Warren Gatland claimed the holes had not been plugged, but Ospreys coach Toby Booth reckons there’s no need to abandon the vessel just yet.

Wales And Liverpool Kid Lewis Koumas Is Compared To Luke Littler

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Wales U19 star Lewis Koumas and his fellow Liverpool youngsters have been compared to Luke Littler by manager Jurgen Klopp. The Reds boss likened the instant impact of his academy players to that of darts sensation Littler – but then asked for the youngsters to be given time to find their feet.

Jeremiah Azu Keeps The Faith After Injury Blow Forces Him Out Of World Indoor Championships

Jeremiah Azu
Jeremiah Azu has pulled out of the Great Britain team for the World Indoor Championships in Glasgow that start on Friday. The Welsh sprinter has been troubled recently by a hamstring injury.

France Lose Jonathan Danty For Wales Clash After Five-Week Ban

Jonathan Danty France
France centre Jonathan Danty will miss the clash against Wales and the remainder of this season's Six Nations Championship after receiving a five-week suspension on Tuesday, following his red card in their draw with Italy.

Toby Booth Insists Ospreys’ Fate Will Be Top Eight

Toby Booth Ospreys
Toby Booth believes the Ospreys can do what no Welsh region has done for six years - make the United Rugby Championship play-offs. Booth’s young team are currently on target to achieve that goal of a top-eight finish.

Newport County Boss Graham Coughlan Says: That One’s For The Fans

Graham Coughlan Newport county
Newport County manager Graham Coughlan has paid tribute to the club’s fans after his team earned a convincing 4-1 win at Harrogate. The County boss admitted his players had disappointed supporters last weekend when they lost 3-0 away to MK Dons.

Jess Fishlock Highlights Promise Of New Wales Era For Rhian Wilkinson

Jess Fishlock Wales
Jess Fishlock set Wales on their way to a 2-0 friendly win over the Republic of Ireland as new manager Rhian Wilkinson got a taste of what she can expect. Former Canada international and England and Team GB assistant Wilkinson was among a crowd of 8,218 at Tallaght Stadium a day after her appointment as Gemma Grainger’s replacement following her departure for Norway.

It's A Victory: Women Golfers Get Shield Event After 100 Years

More than 100 years after the first Welsh golf Victory Shield, there will be a Women’s event

France Will Come To Wales On A Reffing Lucky Streak

Paolo Garbisi Italy
France will come to Wales next week, having been rescued by a referee’s call for two successive Six Nations matches. They are a team relying on officialdom after Italy were left heartbroken last Sunday - denied a famous win, just like Scotland before them.

Former England Coach Rhian Wilkinson Takes Charge Of Wales

Rhian Wilkinson
Wales have appointed former England and Team GB assistant Rhian Wilkinson as the new head coach of their women’s team. The 41-year-old won 183 caps for Canada between 2003 and 2017 and coached most recently at American club Portland Thorns in the National Women’s Soccer League.

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Six Uncapped Players In Wales Squad For Tri Nations

Beth Bingham will lead a Wales Women's hockey squad for the 2023 season that welcomes six uncapped players, including Betsan Thomas and Maisie Riley. Leah Wilkinson and Sian French, who have retired from the sport, will not be part of the squad. Bingham will serve as the sole captain, leading... Read More

New Wales Skipper Beth Bingham Backed To Build On Leah Wilkinson Legacy

Wales hockey coach Kevin Johnson has backed new senior women’s captain Beth Bingham to build on the success of Leah Wilkinson. Bingham, 28, has been chosen as the team’s new skipper after Wilkinson announced her international retirement earlier this week. It will mean a new era for Wales, but one... Read More

Wales Hockey Legend Leah Wilkinson Calls Time After Becoming Double Centurion

Leah Wilkinson – Wales’ most capped sportsperson with over 200 appearances for her country – has announced her international retirement. The Great Britain Olympian has chosen to bring down the curtain on a 19-year Test career that spanned 204 appearances for Wales and GB. The 36-year-old will continue to play... Read More

Wales Hockey Teams Gain "Formality" Of Rubber-Stamped Entry For Birmingham Commonwealth Games

By David Williams Wales hockey chief Kevin Johnson has said the men’s and women’s teams’ qualification for this year’s Commonwealth Games was always “a formality.” Both teams were confirmed on Wednesday as qualifiers for the Games in Birmingham, following a curious and opaque process overseen by the sport’s global governing body. Wales finished... Read More

Wales Pair Leah Wilkinson And Sarah Jones Counting Down The Days To Big Dates Ahead

By Graham Thomas If 2022 is to be the last time Leah Wilkinson and Sarah Jones play hockey together for Wales, then the dynamic duo plan to go out with a bang. Not only do one of Welsh sport’s most recognisable couples have a wedding to look forward to, but there is... Read More

Wales Pair Sarah Jones And Leah Wilkinson Win Bronze . . . And Say It Will Be A Day To Tell Their Grandkids

Welsh duo Sarah Jones and Leah Wilkinson will return home from Tokyo as Olympic medal winners after Great Britain beat India to earn bronze. The pair played their part as GB came from behind to clinch a dramatic 4-3 victory in Tokyo. It completed a 15-year mission for Jones and... Read More
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