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Harry Wilson Is My All-Round Entertainer, Says Cardiff City's Neil Harris

Harry Wilson Is My All-Round Entertainer, Says Cardiff City’s Neil Harris

Swansea City's Future More Secure By Joe Rodon's Sale Insists Julian Winter

Swansea City's chief executive Julian Winter has defended the sale of Wales centre-back Joe Rodon insisting it helped secure the future of the club. Winter has not confirmed the fee - reputed to be £11million + add-ons - the Swans received from Tottenham on deadline day just hours after manager Steve Cooper put him in the £25m bracket.

Newport County's Michael Flynn Hailed His Pair Of Pests But Is Refusing To Get Carried Away

Manager Michael Flynn is refusing to get carried away after seeing his  Newport County maintain their impressive start to the season. The Exiles made it back to back wins since their only defeat against League Two leaders Cambridge thanks to Tristan Abrahams penalty in the 1-0 win at Stevenage.

Hayley Ladd Loving The Vibe In Wales Camp Ahead Of Crunch Euro Qualifiers

Midfielder Hayley Ladd says Wales are close to their pinnacle of qualifying for the European Championships finals. Wales host the Faroe Islands in Newport on Thursday (22 October) before the visit of Norway to Cardiff five days later.

Exclusive: Cardiff Devils' Blair Riley On How He Took A New Road After Route To Title Was Cut Short

Blair Riley talks passionately about winning the Elite League title and believes Cardiff Devils would have been crowned British ice hockey champions in 2020 has it not been for Coronavirus.

Celtic Dragons Confident Rebecca Baker Has Ingredients To Be Superleague Success

Wales’ Rebecca Baker will make her Vitality Netball Superleague debut with Celtic Dragons in 2021. The 23-year-old has recently broken into the national senior squad having played for the U21s at the Netball World Youth Cup in Botswana in 2017.

Harry Wilson Can Help Cardiff City Enjoy The Sounds Of Silence, Says Neil Harris

Harry Wilson Can Help Cardiff City Enjoy The Sounds Of Silence, Says Neil Harris

Steve Cooper: "Do I Not Like That" . . . As Swansea City Boss Accuses His Team Of Lacking Fight

Steve Cooper: “Do I Not Like That “. . .  As Swansea City Boss Accuses His Team Of Lacking Fight
Steve Cooper admitted he “didn’t like” Swansea City’s performance at Coventry City which the head coach admitted lacked fight and intensity. Cooper watched his team earn a 1-1 draw at St. Andrew’s during which the Sky Blues missed a hatful of late chances to take the victory. The patchy display by the Swans came after their home defeat to Huddersfield and although they remain fourth in the Championship table, the momentum from their rapid start to the campaign seems to be waning.

Ross Moriarty Urges Wales To Break The Circuit Of Gloom

Ross Moriarty Urges Wales To Break The Circuit Of Gloom
Ross Moriarty wants Wales to light up a few smiles this weekend - 24 hours after the circuit breaker lockdown has been imposed. The Dragons star will aim to help lift the spirits of a nation as Wayne Pivac’s side finally prepare to return to Test rugby. When Wales run out to face France in Paris on Saturday it will end a run of 231 days since they last played at international level after the Covid-19 pandemic stopped rugby dead in its tracks.

Welsh Weightlifters Begin Commonwealth Countdown In Virtual World

Welsh weightlifters have started their countdown to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in a virtual world. The likes of 2018 champ Gareth Evans, Hannah Powell and Catrin Jones have been starved of competition due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Rugby World Cup

Bluebirds, Arsenal, Patrick Vieira And David Ginola Play Their Part In The Football Past Of Aaron 'The Smash'

Welsh flanker Aaron Wainwright, nicknamed Aaron 'The Smash' from his early days in rugby union, is one of the success stories of the World Cup in Japan and looks certain to play for Wales against South Africa on Sunday. Terry Phillips chatted to Cardiff City's Academy manager about Aaron’s Bluebirds’ past There... Read More

Lyn Jones And Nigel Owens Get Ready To Start Rugby's Japanese Game Show

The greatest rugby show on earth kicks-off in Tokyo today and, if you were a gambling man, you'd surely predict it is going to be the biggest and best of all the editions of Rugby World Cup. It is the first outside one of the major rugby nations, has more... Read More

Gatland Confident Patchell Will Be On Plane To Japan Despite Latest HIA Blow

Warren Gatland is confident Rhys Patchell will not be ruled out of the World Cup despite being forced off during the 19-10 defeat by Ireland after a blow to the head. The outside-half did not return following the HIA caused when he was hit by CJ Stander during the build-up to... Read More

Patchell Handed Outside-Half Spot For Wales' Final World Cup Warm-Up

Rhys Patchell will start at No 10 for Wales' final World Cup warm-up game against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. Skipper and lock Alun Wyn Jones is also returning to what is an experienced matchday squad - the first since head coach Warren Gatland announced the party that will head... Read More

WRU Must Act To Put An End To Premiership Farce...And Summers Should Be For Holidays Not Rugby

Wales may be thriving at international level, but below that the situation is far from satisfactory and in the case of the Premiership it has even descended into farce. It can't be right, for example, that Pontypool are unable to secure promotion to the Premiership though they have won 65... Read More

Mulvihill: Ellis Can Still Be On Plane To Japan

While Ellis Jenkins waits to see a surgeon in London next week to discuss what happens to his injured knee, Cardiff Blues coach John Mulvihill is backing his skipper to be back in time to go to the World Cup next year. The Blues have admitted that Jenkins suffered “a... Read More
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