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Jayne Ludlow Insists Wales Are Getting Closer To That Elusive Spot In Major Finals

Jayne Ludlow said Wales are getting closer to qualifying for a major finals after their UEFA Women's Euro2022 heartache was confirmed. Natasha Harding, Rachel Rowe and Jess Fishlock all struck in an emphatic 3-0 victory over Belarus in their final qualifying game at Newport's Rodney Parade.

Cardiff City Hit Seven In Two Games But Neil Harris Says "We Must Now Stay At This Level"

Wales Gear Up For . . . Uhm . . . Fifth-Place Play Off Winner For Autumn Nations Cup

When Wales meet Italy in Llanelli on Saturday, it will be for the less than cherished title of fifth-place play-off winners of the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup. If that title doesn’t sound too grand then it’s because Wales’ result have not been either, during the fractured year of 2020. The corresponding Six Nations match back in February saw Wales head coach Wayne Pivac begin his reign as Warren Gatland’s successor on a winning note.

Huddersfield Means A Lot To Me . . . But I Just Want To Beat Them (Again) Says Cardiff City's Alex Smithies

Alex Smithies insists he is focussed on winning against his former club Huddersfield Town tonight and any nostalgia can wait. The Cardiff City goalkeeper spent eight years with the Yorkshire club, playing in 274 matches before moving on to QPR and then the Bluebirds. Smithies left Huddersfield in 2015 but says: “It’s always nice to play your old clubs, you always want to beat them.

Lauren Price Relishing Return To Copper Box On Road To Tokyo Gold

Wales' world champ Lauren Price will again launch her bid for Olympic glory in London next April. The Boxing Road to Tokyo European Olympic Qualifying event has been rescheduled for April 22-26 at the Copper Box Arena.

Dewi Lake Can Make A Big Splash As A Wales Hooker . . . If He Sorts His Arrows, Says Ospreys Boss

Dewi Lake has been tipped as the Wales hooker of the future but only if he improves his throwing in at the line-out. The former Wales Under 20s captain has been in red hot form for the Ospreys recently with his dynamic ball-carrying and raw physicality catching the eye, despite their struggles in the Guinness Pro 14. In the absence of veteran hooker Ken Owens, both Ryan Elias and Elliot Dee have struggled to fully convince for Wales in this autumn’s Nations Cup.

Jamie Lewis Arrows His Way Into The Worlds Darts Championships In Style

Jamie Lewis can end a difficult year on a high after producing a superb display to qualify for the World Championships. The Carmarthen darter took tie out of the PDC Tour this year for personal reasons but has bagged one of the final six spots along with fellow Welshman Nick Kenny.

Cardiff City, Swansea And Newport County Will Lose Out In Any Fan Lottery, Fears Neil Harris

Neil Harris fears Wales' football league clubs will be left behind both on and off the field if they will not be allowed to have fans at home matches like clubs in England. Wales first minister Mark Drakeford had announced the country will return to lockdown starting on Friday with the situation to be reviewed on December 17.

Jess Fishlock Says Wales' Next Generation Of Footballers Can Be Best Yet.....And She Wants To Be Part Of It

Jess Fishlock reckons Wales' next generation of footballers can be the best yet - and she wants to be part of it. The 33-year-old is set to win her 120th cap when Wales end their UEFA Women's Euro2022 qualifying campaign against Belarus at Newport's Rodney Parade on Tuesday (KO 7.10pm).

Wales Are Too Nice And Need More Dog, Barks Scott Quinnell

Scott Quinnell believes Wales rediscovered some of their doggedness against England last weekend – but reckons they still lack bite. The former Wales and Lions No.8 was encouraged by aspects of the 24-13 defeat in Llanelli, but argues there is a soft streak running through Wayne Pivac’s team that needs to be hardened up. “Sometimes I look at Wales and I think everybody is just a bit too nice,” said Quinnell.

Northern Ireland

Exclusive: Warren Feeney Relishing Life Managing In Bulgaria As Wales Come To Visit

It’s been almost a year since Warren Feeney left Northern Ireland to live in Bulgaria, moving to Blagoevgrad, a university town close to the border with North Macedonia and at the foot of the Rila Mountains. He has been in charge of 10 Bulgarian League and Cup matches, steering Pirin... Read More

Joey The Chef Cooks Up Magnificent Devils Away Win

Belfast Giants 0, Cardiff Devils 1 The Chef came up with the perfect recipe for Cardiff Devils at the SSE Arena in Northern Ireland. Canadian winger Joey Haddad, nicknamed the Chef because of his cooking prowess, scored his 26th goal of the season to keep Devils’ Elite League title charge on course. The... Read More

Heartbreak For Devils In Crunch Elite Title Clash

Belfast Giants 1, Cardiff Devils 0 Cardiff Devils suffered in Belfast, but damage to their Elite League title hopes was restricted when leaders Sheffield Steelers crashed 5-1 against Nottingham Panthers. A powerplay goal scored by Canadian Elgin Pearce during the middle period was enough to earn Belfast Giants the points. Devils managed only... Read More

Alan Harrington RIP - One Of Greatest Bluebirds: Tales Of Finney, Sherwood, Blanchflower, Scoular, Bailey

Penarth-born former Cardiff City and Wales player Alan Harrington has died at the age of 86. Harrington, who made more than 400 appearances during a one-club career (1951-1966), was  one of the Bluebirds’ greatest-ever players. He is survived by his wife Gloria and daughters Judith and Rachel. Welshmen Alan Harrington and... Read More

Captain Joey Leads Devils To Fifth Successive Win

Belfast Giants 0, Cardiff Devils 1 Captain Joey Martin scored for Cardiff Devils in their hard-fought Challenge Cup quarter-final first leg win against Belfast Giants at the SSE Arena. Martin’s men produced an outstanding team performance and powered to a fifth successive win in Elite League and cup. Netminder Ben Bowns stopped 38... Read More

Julie's Netball Legacy 'The Welsh Way' Proving Massive Boost For Wales Heading Into The New Year

Wales netball head into the New Year intent on ensuring ‘The Welsh Way’ develops into a powerful doctrine for the future. Australian coach Julie Hoornweg did a remarkable job in stabilising netball in Wales over the last couple of years - and her work mentoring assistant coaches Sara Hale and Jenna... Read More
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