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Wales U20s: Coach Cunningham Says The Players Need To Learn How To Win In A Welsh Shirt

Our reporter Tom Prosser spoke to Wales U20s coach Ioan Cunningham at today's press conference. Wales kick off their Six Nations Campaign against Italy on Saturday.

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Worried About Being Booed? After A Silent Season With Sheffield United, Wales' Ethan Ampadu Says He'll Love It

Ethan Ampadu insists Wales have no fears that their Red Wall might be drowned out by thousands of noisy Turkey fans on Wedbnesday. The Wales midfielder know only between 500 and 1,000 Wales supporters are likely to be in the Olympic Stadium in Baku for their second Group A match of Euro 2020. Those fans – who have paid around £2,000 each for a week in Azerbaijan and gone against Welsh government advice – will be hugely outnumbered by Turkish fans who can reach Baku by car.

PRO 14 Chief Insists New United Rugby Championship Will Mean Test Match Standards Every Week

PRO 14 chief Martin Anayi has claimed the newly titled United Rugby Championship will operate at international rugby standards. That will raise an eyebrow among regular watchers of the Guinness Pro14 in Wales who have got used to many matches where the standards and intensity have been way beneath Test level. But Anayi insists the introduction of four new South African teams to compete in a new 16-team tournament will raise the league to new heights.

Welsh Fire's Alex Griffiths Can't Wait To Play In Front Of A Home Crowd

Growing up as a cricket-mad girl in Port Talbot, Alex Griffiths had far more opportunities to play the sport she loved than those who had gone before her. Still, by her own admission, cricket was a small part of her childhood sporting landscape which makes it all the more remarkable the 18-year-old has made it to the top of the game. A highly talented allrounder, Griffiths came through Wales’ development pathway and in one summer, she represented every team from her under-13 age group to the senior side.

Dai Young Warns Warren Gatland: You're In For Your Toughest Test Yet In South Africa

The 2021 British & Irish Lions tour could be the toughest test of Warren Gatland’s coaching career according to three-time Lions tourist Dai Young. It’s not that Gatland won’t have the talent to face down the world champion Springboks, but Young believes his biggest challenge will be in keeping his players mentally fresh off the field when they are confined to their strict COVID bubble. “There is nobody more experienced than Warren Gatland and he knows how to get the best out of teams. But this is a different kettle of fish for any coach,” said Young.

Sam's The Man: Gordon Flashes To New 100m PB....And Third On Wales All-Time List

Sam Gordon produced a blistering performance on the hottest day of the year to smash his PB in London. The Cardiff athlete clocked 10.25 in his second round heat at the Newham and Essex Beagles Sprints and Hurdles Open on Sunday.

Kieffer Moore Was Injured By Relentless Cardiff City Routine And Had To Be Kept In Cotton Wool, Says Wales Boss Robert Page

Wales’ Euro 2020 hero Kieffer Moore had to be protected after a gruelling domestic season impacted by Covid-19, interim manager Robert Page has explained. Former lifeguard Moore was Wales’ saviour in their tournament opener against Switzerland as his second-half headed equaliser secured a 1-1 draw in Baku. The 6ft 5ins Cardiff City striker had only started two of the eight games Wales had played since manager Ryan Giggs went on leave in November, with Page preferring to play a false nine alongside two widemen.

Marnus Labuschagne Is A Nightmare, Says Glamorgan's Nick Selman . . . But He's A Winner

Nick Selman labelled Marnus Labuschagne “a nightmare to run with” – but it didn’t deter the pair from sharing a century stand to lead Glamorgan to their first T20 Blast win of the summer against Essex Eagles. Chasing 154, Selman was joined by his fellow Queenslander at 21 for 1, and both passed 50 as they proceeded to put on 110 in 13.1 overs and ensure Chris Cooke’s team bounced back from Thursday’s agonising defeat against Gloucestershire. Man of the match Selman struck seven fours and two sixes to make 65 in just 45 balls before tamely giving a return catch back to Essex captain Simon Harmer.

Distance Prospect Osian Perrin Minds The Gap In Watford To Shatter 44-Year Old Welsh Junior 5000m Record

Rising young Welsh distance athlete Osian Perrin produced a sensational run to break the 44-year-old Welsh junior 5,000m record in Watford on Saturday. At the end of a thrilling 5,000m B race where Perrin swapped the lead with Dominic Nolan several times, the Menai Track and Field athlete broke the tape in 13:53.03.

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Throwing It All Away . . . Swansea City's Steve Cooper Gives Set Piece Confession

Steve Cooper has been adamant that Swansea City are not about to throw in the towel – but they do need to deal with what others are throwing at them. Despite the huge 10-point gap that now separates the Swans from the automatic promotion places, their head coach has insisted... Read More

Swansea City's Steve Cooper Admits There's Nowhere To Hide After Fourth Straight Defeat

Four successive defeats, 448 minutes without a goal, and now a precarious looking four point gap between Swansea and seventh placed Bournemouth. But after the latest last gasp setback at home to Preston North End – a 1-0 defeat that always felt like an accident waiting to happen – head coach... Read More

Mick McCarthy Will Do "Whatever It Takes" For Cardiff City To Win Promotion, Says Will Vaulks

Mick McCarthy is happy to do “whatever it takes” to win promotion with Cardiff City, according to midfielder Will Vaulks. The Bluebirds can break into the top six if they extend their winning streak to six matches at Bournemouth on Wednesday night – a scenario that looked implausible when the... Read More

Cardiff City Boss Mick McCarthy Admits: "I've Never Started Any Job This Well Before"

Mick McCarthy has declared his first month in charge of Cardiff City as the best fresh start he has ever enjoyed in his career. The Bluebirds boss remains unbeaten after seeing his side thrash Preston 4-0 at home to move within three points of the Championship play-off places. It was... Read More

Cardiff City's Mick McCarthy Was Never Out of Date . . . Just Out Of Fashion, Says Preston Boss

Mick McCarthy has won praise from Preston manager Alex Neil for being true to his principles at Cardiff City. McCarthy remains unbeaten since he took charge of the Bluebirds and will be looking for his fifth straight victory when Preston visit on Saturday afternoon. The former Republic of Ireland boss has earned... Read More

Cardiff City's Greg Cunningham Insists: I've Business Left With Preston

Cardiff City left-back Greg Cunningham insists he has “unfinished business” at Preston – after suspending his business operations at Cardiff City. Cunningham – who has played only 14 matches for Cardiff in two-and-a-half years - has returned to Preston on loan until the end of the season. The defender left... Read More
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