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From Drovers To Lions . . . How Llandovery Pair Wyn Jones And Tadhg Beirne Made The Leap From The Welsh Premiership

It’s a long way from Llandovery to the Lions, but Wyn Jones and Tadhg Beirne will bridge the divide this summer. Five years ago, Wales prop Jones and Ireland forward Beirne could be found playing in the same West Wales club side in the Welsh Premiership. It can be a long journey from club rugby to playing for the Lions for most players, but to travel from playing in front of crowds of a couple of hundred hardy locals at Church Bank, to facing the world champions, the Springboks in South Africa, is an impressive stretch.

Connah's Quay And The New Saints Go Head-To-Head . . . For Title And For Ratings

Jenny Nesbitt Chasing More European Cup Medal Glory After GB Call-Up With Kris Jones

Jenny Nesbitt and Kris Jones have been rewarded for their excellent early season form with places on the Great Britain team for next month's European 10,000m Cup. The Welsh internationals will be joined on the 12-strong team by Cardiff-based Jake Smith, Swansea Harrier Verity Ockenden and double Olympic Champion Sir Mo Farah.

Sol Bamba And The Missing Cardiff City Thousands . . . A Reunion Gig Left Unfulfilled

The fans are coming back to football, but for some it’s too late to say a proper goodbye. Fraser Watson reflects on a year of echoing stadia and says the real stars of the game cannot come back quickly enough. The game was essentially over, Rotherham’s fate all but sealed, but the most poignant moment was yet to come. A mere four months after undergoing chemotherapy for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Sol Bamba entered the fray as a late substitute for Josh Murphy.

Dylan Howells Makes GB Team For Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships.

Welsh gymnast Dylan Howells has been named in the Great Britain team for the 2021 Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships. It’s a step up for the 20-year-old from Risca, after he previously made the GB team for the Acrobatic European Championships in 2019. The world championships will take place from July 2 to 4 in Geneva, Switzerland and Britain will be represented in the men’s pair, mixed pair, women’s group and men’s group events.

Liverpool And Wales Star Neco Williams' Little Bro Wants A Go . . . Keelan Keen For Call Up

Neco Williams’ little brother wants to follow the Liverpool star into the Wales team. Keelan Williams, a 17-year-old who left Anfield to join Burnley, reckons he has already surpassed his older sibling on one front by beating him at the crossbar challenge in a park during lockdown. Now, he wants to get another one over on Neco by being quicker to a full Wales cap after the young defender captained Wales U18s against England last month.

Rupert Shipperley Set For GB Home Debut As Four Welsh Players Named In Squad

Four Welsh players will help end 550 days of international exile after being named in the Great Britain hockey squads for home games against Germany that start today. Rupert Shipperley and Jacob Draper have been named in the men’s squad to face the Germans in a Pro league fixture this afternoon at Lee Valley and then again tomorrow. Wales pair Leah Wilkinson and Sarah Jones are also included in the women’s squad for the match this evening against Germany and again tomorrow night.

Rallying Ramps Up Efforts To Secure Its Return To The Welsh Forests As The Nicky Grist Stages Applies For Official Test Event Status

The Nicky Grist Stages, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday 10 July, has applied to the Welsh government to run as an official motorsport test event and join the nine other sporting and cultural trial events that will take place in Wales over the coming weeks.

It's No Mirage For Tom As Llewellin Moves Up For Gravel Rally Season

Tom Llewellin will move up into a powerful four-wheel drive car this year and contest the MRF Tyres BTRDA Rally Series – and most, if not all, the Motorsport UK Pirelli Welsh Rally Championship – in a Mitsubishi Mirage. The 20-year old Pembrokeshire driver has been the young sensation of the Welsh forests in recent years, becoming Welsh Junior National champion, Restruct Two-Wheel Drive champion and RAVENOL Welsh Challenge champion in 2019, driving an Escort Mk2.

Quadruple Hunter Sophie Ingle Now Part Of "Best Team In The World" At Chelsea

Wales captain Sophie Ingle is playing for the “best team in the world” according to former England striker Eni Aluko. Ingle is preparing for Chelsea’s Women’s Champions League final against Barcelona this weekend having already pocketed a second successive Women’s Super League title medal. The Wales skipper – now playing regularly in midfield rather than defence for both her country and her club – was part of the Blues’ line-up that lifted the domestic league trophy last weekend with a thumping 5-0 win over Reading.

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Mountain Ash Golfers Make History Winning Welsh Team Championships

Mountain Ash golfers won the Welsh Team Championships for the first time in their history, battling the elements as well as opponents in St Pierre. The Cynon Valley club had not got past Round Two in more than a decade, but turned round a semi-final deficit at the halfway stage... Read More

Speed King Ronnie Crashes Out To 'Swiss Fish' In Wales

Ronnie O’Sullivan scored the 994th century break of his career on day four of the ManBetX Welsh Open Snooker Championships, but slipped to defeat against a Swiss opponent. Alexander Ursenbacher, who has been helped by his Swiss tennis idol Roger Federer in his quest for glory, produced a major upset in... Read More

Jones Boys On The March For Wales In Welsh Open

The Jones boys are flying the snooker flag for Wales at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.  Reigning World champion Mark Williams crashed out of the ManBetX Welsh Open Championships, while fellow Welshmen Duane Jones and Jake Jones progressed into the third round.   There are now 32 players battling to progress from... Read More

Mountain Ash Magic For Duane In Welsh Open Snooker

Welshman Duane Jones has stopped practising this week - and believes that helped him beat hot favourite Judd Trump in the ManBetX Welsh Open Snooker Championships. Jones, from Mountain Ash, won 4-2 and said: “At the German Masters I reached the semi-finals and was practising a lot between matches. “By the semi-final... Read More

Ronnie Too Quick For Referee At Welsh Open Snooker

Ronnie O’Sullivan went on the attack in the Manbetx Welsh Open Snooker Championships - and was even too quick for the referee. The Rocket had an average shot time of 12.8 seconds during his 4-2 first round win against Sanderson Lam at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. He completed a fourth game... Read More

Ugandan Pace Ace Phillip Leads Wanderers' Victory Charge

Dai Sport's Terry Phillips was a once-a-season visitor to Glamorgan Wanderers during the 1990s when he was reporting on Gloucester RFC home and away. The Cherry and Whites were regular visitors to South Wales back then. So, what caught his eye when he went along to Wanderers' ground in Ely for... Read More
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