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Wales Claim 4-0 Victory Over Estonia Thanks To A Goal In Stoppage Time From Skipper Ingle

Devils Visit Guildford Flames Looking To Build Momentum

Lauren Williams Gets Back On The Mat . . . And Wins Another Medal

Lauren Williams returned to competition after Tokyo 2020 with a gold medal winning performance at the Dutch Open in Eindhoven. Williams, who marked her Olympic debut in Japan with a superb silver medal, stepped up from -67kg to -73kg for her first fight of the Paris 2024 cycle. “Tactically, it was a lot different,” said the Welsh star. “The girls weren’t as quick and as intense as I am used to.

Welsh Hockey Is Gearing Up For A Year Like No Other, Says Lewis Prosser

Lewis Prosser believes Welsh hockey is on course for a year to savour after he helped Wales men’s team qualify for the World Cup for the first time. Not only did Prosser set a new record mark of 159 caps for his country last weekend, when he made his 159th appearance, but he guided his team to the tournament finals in India, which take place at the start of 2023. The unparalleled achievement means Wales can look forward to a bumper few months of elite hockey competition with the Eurohockey Championships, the Commonwealth Games and the World Cup all in the space of less than a year.

Wales Poised To Smash Record As Skipper Sophie Ingle Admits Three Years Has Been A Lifetime

Sophie Ingle has admitted not so long ago she would never have believed Wales could stand on the threshold of a record crowd by means of a fixture against Estonia. But that is exactly where Wales are poised to be for Tuesday night’s qualifier for the Women’s World Cup which is taking place at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Football Association of Wales are confident that the current highest attendance for a Wales women’s international match – the 5,052 who saw Wales play England at Rodney Parade in 2018 – will be eclipsed.

Scholar Waller Making A Push For Team GB Inclusion

Bethan Davies And Charlotte Evans Break Welsh Records As Clara Evans Makes Her Marathon Mark

Two Welsh endurance athletes were in national record breaking form in Yorkshire over the weekend. On Saturday, race walker Bethan Davies set a new British 35k record in Leeds, while Sunday saw Charlotte Arter break the 37-year-old Welsh 10k record in the same city.

Three Of The Four Welsh Regional Rugby Teams have Confirm A Team Fixtures Over The Next Month

Jason Pritchard Wins Protyre Asphalt Rally Championship Title For A Third Time

Jason Pritchard has won the Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship title for a third time in a row after scoring maximum points on the final round, the Ford Parts Cheviot Stages Rally.

Cardiff City's Problem Is Not That Mick McCarthy Was A Dinosaur . . . It's That The Club Is Jurassic Park

Of all the strange revelations given to Cardiff City supporters groups last weekend in a meeting with chairman Mehmet Dalman, surely the least surprising was that owner Vincent Tan has a preference for “a direct style of football.” Of course, he does. This is a man, lest we forget, who told the players when he met them back in 2016 to “shoot more”. Providing secretly mined data previously unknown to club coaches and analysts throughout European football, the Malaysian billionaire said: “If you shoot 30 times you'll get three goals, 40 times will be four goals, 50 times and you'll get five goals.

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Aled Davies Is Ready For Paris 2024 After Golden Goodbye To Tokyo Paralympics

Aled Davies has soaked up the glory of his third Paralympic gold medal and insists he is ready to go for number four in Paris in 2024. Wales’ greatest male Paralympian is already relishing the idea of defending his title after he won his F63 shot put event in the... Read More

Wales' Jacob Draper Tipped As Key Man As GB Look Towards Paris 2024

Jacob Draper has been tipped to become a key part of Great Britain’s future after the men’s hockey team began to look to 2024 after their disappointment of Tokyo. Draper – one of two Welsh stars in the men’s squad along with Rupert Shipperley – was mentioned by outgoing captain... Read More

The Six Nations Finally Ends Here . . . But The Progress Of Wales Under Wayne Pivac Must Not

The Six Nations title will be decided in Paris tonight, even though most of the judgements on Wales in this tournament have already been made. Harri Morgan says measurements of progress were easy to find, but the important factor now is to keep the forward momentum. I don’t profess to... Read More

The Welsh Coach All Wales Fans Hope Gets It Right Tonight . . . Former Osprey Steve Tandy

Forget Wayne Pivac, Steve Tandy is the Welshman with most at stake this evening when the destiny of the 2021 Six Nations title will be decided in Paris. Wales head coach Pivac will be chewing his fingernails – much like many supporters – as he watches France try and beat... Read More

Six Nations Champions Or Not, Willis Halaholo Now Has To Be At The Cente Of Wales' Future

The Six Nations will come to a strange conclusion on Friday night when France host Scotland in Paris in an empty stadium, with Wales absent, even though they could be crowned champions. It might be a fitting conclusion to the oddest of tournaments, but some things are still clear to... Read More

"Numb" Wayne Pivac Insists Penalty Try Would Have Clinched Grand Slam For Wales

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac says he was left "numb" after his side were denied a Grand Slam as France snatched victory in one of the most exciting Six Nations climaxes in history. With 10 minutes remaining in Paris, Wales were leading by 10 points with France reduced to 14 men,... Read More
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