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Cardiff City's Neil Harris Says Talk Of A Transfer Coming To The Boil Is Just Agent's Froth

Cardiff City’s Neil Harris Says Talk Of A Transfer Coming To The Boil Is Just Agent’s Froth
Neil Harris has dampened expectation that Cardiff City are in the market for Anthony Knockaert by suggesting links with the Fulham winger have been led by an agent. The Bluebirds manager knows he needs to add some spark to his squad after a second successive sluggish home display led to a 2-1 home defeat to Reading on Saturday. But Harris – who confirmed that Scotland international Callum Paterson is close to joining Sheffield Wednesday – claimed Knockaert for Cardiff as a loan deal was currently a figment of someone’s else’s imagination.

Steve Cooper Wants American Owners To Back Swansea City's History Boys By Splashing The Cash

Steve Cooper saw Swansea City set a club record in the 2-0 Championship victory at Wycombe Wanderers - then urged the owners to match the ambition off the pitch. The shut-out made it the first time in Swansea's 100 year history that they have started a league season without conceding a goal in the first three games.

Geraint Thomas Goes The Distance......Even If His Garmin Doesn't

Geraint Thomas has revealed how he rode the World Time Trial Championships in Italy without any information after his Garmin bike computer was mislaid. Wales' 2018 Tour de France champ just missed out on a bronze in Imola by seven seconds as he finished fourth.

Newport County Lack Six Appeal . . . But They're Not Thinking Of Sexy Cup Ties

Newport County Lack Six Appeal . . . But They’re Not Thinking Of Sexy Cup Ties
The last time Newport County went to Bolton for a league game they got hit for six, but that is unlikely to happen when they return today. The last clash was 32 years ago in the old Fourth Division and the thrashing at Burden Park came a week after a 6-1 defeat against Torquay United. Those were dark days for County and a year later they dropped out of the Football league.

Scarlets' Relief As Jonathan Davies Is Back . . . But Says He Has A Fair Way To Go

Jonathan Davies admits it will take some time for him to return to his world class best after he made his long-awaited comeback. The Wales centre returned to action for the first time in nearly a year as his Scarlets side were beaten 25-15 by the Ospreys in Llanelli. Both regions were warming up for the start of the new Guinness PRO14 season with a pre-season friendly and Davies was the headline act.

It's Cardiff v Swansea, Round One . . . And Emma Beynon Intends To Deliver Victory

It’s the first senior Welsh derby of the season on Sunday, when Cardiff City Women host Swansea City Ladies at Leckwith Stadium. It’s 40 miles between the cities but that’s nothing for Swansea midfielder Emma Beynon, who’s clocked up far more than that this week as she tells Graham Thomas. Emma Beynon is the postwoman who plans to deliver a first class victory for Swansea City in Sunday’s derby against Cardiff. The 24-year-old – who walks 10 miles every day delivering the mail – already has the stamp of approval from her teammates after being voted players’ player of the year for the Welsh champions.

Kieffer Moore Is Not Just A Big Lump, But We Still Want Him Bashing Defenders Says Cardiff City's Marlon Pack

Marlon Pack says striker Kieffer Moore is not just a big lump but still wants his Cardiff City team-mate to bash up opponents. The £2million summer signing opened his Bluebirds account with a double in the 2-0 Championship victory at Nottingham Forest last weekend.

Goodbye Cricket, Part Two . . . Neyland Groundsman Robert Was Caught Out, But Only The Once

Welsh cricket has never known a summer like it and those involved are praying that next season is a whole new ball game. Neyland Cricket Club were just one club that had to get used to a very different world, as Tom Pritchard reports. Very few cricketers in Wales, myself included, would have expected to put the whites on this summer after the pandemic appeared to have put paid to any chances of leather on willow. However, at the beginning of July, it was announced that recreational cricket could return, albeit with a number of new, strict measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of those involved.

Newport's National Velodrome To Stage Major New Track Meet

The Geraint Thomas National Velodrome of Wales at Newport will stage the first round of the inaugural UCI Track Cycling Nations’ Cup. The event - which will take place from 22-25 April 2021 - will be the first elite-level international track cycling event to be held at the since velodrome since 2013.

Geraint Thomas Motors To Fourth Place At World Time Trial Champs

Geraint Thomas just missed out on a medal as he blasted to fourth place at the UCI World Time Trial Championships at Imola in Italy. The Cardiff-born rider missed out on the bronze on his debut for the GB team in the TT at the championship by just eight seconds.

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Sheriff Ken Owens . . . Still Firing After 250 Games But A Way To Go To Catch Phil May's 552

Ken Owens will have cause for a double celebration today when he leads out the Scarlets at Rodney Parade in their final game of the regular season in this extraordinary Guinness PRO14 campaign. Firstly, it will be the first time he has led his side since confirmation he would soon... Read More

Newport's Padraig Amond Is One Goal From FA Cup Greatness

Newport County striker Padraig Amond is ready to underline his status as an FA Cup goalscoring great this evening. Amond has already eclipsed a host of legendary strikers with his scoring sequence in the competitions and has just one more epic No.9 left in his sights. County’s Irish goal machine... Read More

Wayne Pivac To Protect 22-Year Unbeaten Record

Wayne Pivac’s first game in charge of Wales this weekend has been more than a year in the making. The former Scarlets coach was announced as Warren Gatland’s successor on 9 July, 2018, and ever since then he has been juggling names in his head to see who he might... Read More

Josh Adams On The Road To Passing The World Cup Greats

Josh Adams’ rapid rise from unwanted Welsh regional wing to global star could end with him being the leading tournament try-scorer in World Cup history. Adams’ outstanding impact on Test rugby has left him on the verge of a World Cup record for as he prepares for the biggest week... Read More

Lost Cause Chaser George North Now In Hot Pursuit Of Billy Trew

George North believes the enormity of Wales’ comeback against France hints at their capability for the rest of the Six Nations. The Ospreys wing scored two tries in Paris as Wales recovered from 16-0 down to win 24-19 – the biggest turnaround of any match in the tournament’s history. North... Read More

Alun Wyn Jones - The Greatest Osprey Goes Past Paul James, Duncan Jones, Dan Biggar, Shane Williams, Barry Williams, Scot Gibbs . . .

Alun Wyn Jones will pass another milestone on Friday night with a salute from one of those he has overtaken on the way. The Wales captain will play his 233rd match for the region when they host Zebre at the Liberty Stadium – more than any other player in their... Read More
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