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Bats Hit Crazy For Rounders . . . The Sport That Is Sweeping Wales

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They play every week and bid to outdo each other as much with their names as on the scoreboard. Base Invaders v Son Of A Pitch. Drum and Bases v Saved By The Balls. Bats Hit Crazy v The Merry Go Rounders.

Wales Can Stay At Top Level Says Gemma Grainger, Despite Demolition By The Danes

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Gemma Grainger has insisted Wales can still stay in the top tier of the Nations League despite suffering her biggest defeat as manager in front of her own fans. The Wales boss was left looking for crumbs of comfort after her team were demolished, 5-1, by a slick Denmark side at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Glanmor Griffiths . . . Welsh Rugby Pays Tribute To His Hard-Hatted Determination And Legacy

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Tributes have been paid from across Welsh rugby to Glanmor Griffiths, the founding father of the Principality Stadium, who has died at the age of 83. During his time as treasurer, chair and president of the Welsh Rugby Union he became a towering and sometimes controversial figure who became known throughout Wales simply as ‘Glanmor’.

Matthew Maynard Puts His Emotions – And Frustrations – Aside And Aims To Bow Out With A Win

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Matthew Maynard insists it will be the business of winning and not emotion driving him through his final match as Glamorgan coach which starts on Tuesday. The Glamorgan stalwart – as superb batsman, trophy-winning captain and in recent years in coaching – will end his time as head coach at Sophia Gardens when the county play their final match of the County Championship season at home to Derbyshire.

Gemma Grainger Insists Wales Are Not Firing Blanks As Denmark Become The Target

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Gemma Grainger insists she will send her Wales team out against Denmark on Tuesday night, convinced they can score the goals for success in the Women’s Nations League. Wales lost 1-0 in their opening fixture of the tournament away in Iceland last week, a failure in front of goal that has become a recurring theme against higher-ranked opposition.

Gareth Anscombe Admits There Was Relief To Go With The Glory For Wales

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Gareth Anscombe admits there is an element of relief after Wales avoided a fight to the finish in their quest for a Rugby World Cup quarter-final place. Wales’ record-breaking 40-6 victory over Australia meant they got the job done early in Pool C.

Kings Of Lyon . . . Wales Fans Celebrate Into The Morning After The Night Before

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The Welsh fans ran out of songs to sing long before the celebrations ran out, after watching Australia routed in a way none had seen in their lifetimes. The helplessness of Wales against Australia on occasion down the years was replicated, but in mirror image.

Wales’ Odds To Win Rugby World Cup Slashed After Epic Win Over Aussies

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Wales record victory over Australia has seen their odds on winning the World Cup almost halve overnight. Warren Gatland’s red wall shut out the Aussies with a record 40-6 triumph that has seen their price on lifting the trophy drop from 40/1 before the game to just 22/1 this morning (Mon).

Newport County Boss Graham Coughlan Admits Home Hammering Was Unacceptable

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Andy Cook scored a hat-trick as he helped to bury Newport County, 4-1 at Rodney Parade. Bradford City smashed Graham Coughlan’s team’s unbeaten league record. The 32-year-old striker, whose 31 goals last season enabled the Yorkshiremen to reach the play-offs, hadn't scored this season, but grabbed two in the first half and then bagged his hat-trick in the 92nd minute.

Redemption For Aberavon Over Pontypool As Victory Claimed In WRU Premiership Cup

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In a tale of redemption and raw rugby spirit, Aberavon roared back to life after a recent defeat by Pontypool. The Wizards conquered the same team this time round with a triumphant 20-10 victory at the formidable Talbot Athletic Ground.

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Callum Taylor Admits To "Surreal" Debut As Explosive Century Puts Him With Glamorgan Greats

Callum Taylor admitted it felt a little “surreal” to enter the record books after making a century on his first class debut for Glamorgan. The 22-year-old from Newport struck a magnificent 106 off 94 balls away to Northamptonshire on day one of the Welsh county’s latest game in the Bob... Read More

Price And Dawes Reunited To Remember The Glory Days And Help Revival Of London Welsh

As the two white-haired gentlemen intently studied the match programme many of those present wouldn't have given them a second glance. But for those of a certain age, the scene was a trip down memory lane. Two of the greatest captains in Welsh rugby history - Brian Price and John... Read More

Lynn The Leap . . . Still A Step Ahead Of Every Other Welshman 50 Years On

Every Welsh sports fan knows that Lynn Davies won an Olympic gold medal in 1964. But fewer realise that his best long jump – 8.23m – is still a Welsh record that has now stood for an astonishing half a century. Clive Williams looks at the man and the measurements.... Read More

Shaun Marsh Joins Glamorgan's Elite Band Of Aussies

Shaun Marsh scored a century on his Championship debut for Glamorgan on the second day of their Division Two clash against Gloucestershire at Bristol. He joins fellow Australians Matthew Elliott and Mark Cosgrove in achieving that feat. Ten Glamorgan players have now scored a century on first-class debut, seven of... Read More