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Dwayne Peel Insists Scarlets Win Has Silenced Doubters . . . For Now

Dwayne Peel
Dwayne Peel believes his Scarlets teams have answered questions over their character with their victory at Cardiff - although he knows there are tougher examinations to come. The head coach saw his team gain a bonus point 29-23 win at the Arms Park, where home flanker Ellis Jenkins was sent off for a dangerous tackle after 28 minutes. It’s a result that bunches three of the Welsh regions together in the lower mid-reaches of the United Rugby Championship (URC) table with the Ospreys in 11th, Cardiff in 12th and the Scarlets 13th.

Relegated Wales Are Making Progress, Insists Gemma Grainger After Five Defeats In Five Matches

Gemma Grainger has called for “some perspective” after a fifth straight defeat for Wales in the UEFA Women’s Nations League Group A3 saw then relegated to League B. The Wales manager watched her team slide to a 2-1 home defeat to Iceland at the Cardiff City Stadium which made it a whitewashed campaign for the hosts. Wales have been competing at the top level, but their limitations have been exposed even though most of their matches have been competitive.

Wales Pair To Go Head-To-Head In Six Nations Shoot-Out

Tomos Williams and Gareth Davies
Wales’ World Cup scrum-halves Gareth Davies and Tomos Williams will go head-to-head in a mouth-watering individual battle at the Arms Park on Saturday when Cardiff host the Scarlets. They are likely to be the frontrunners once again for the No 9 jersey in the Six Nations, so it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in this derby clash.

Yannick Bolasie Expects “Electric” Atmosphere As He Bids To Spark Misfiring Swansea City

Yannick Bolasie Swansea City
Yannick Bolasie insists he is excited to make his home debut for Swansea City after the former Everton and Crystal Palace winger made his first appearance off the bench in midweek at Elland Road. The 34-year-old signed for the Swans on a short-term deal earlier this week and says: “I am looking forward to Saturday, for any team these home games are important.

Gavin Henson And Colin Charvis On New List Of Brain Injured Rugby Players

Gavin Henson
Former Wales stars Gavin Henson and Colin Charvis, plus ex- England captain Phil Vickery are among more than 200 retired rugby players to bring a legal claim against three of the sport’s governing bodies alleging they suffered brain injuries during their careers. Vickery, 47, a member of England’s World Cup-winning team in 2003, and Henson, 41, who won Six Nations Grand Slams in 2005 and 2008, were named for the first time on Friday after they waved their anonymity in their claims against World Rugby, the Rugby Football Union and the Welsh Rugby Union.

Cardiff City’s Callum Robinson Insists His Nose Was Not Put Out Of Joint By Erol Bulut

Callum Robinson
Callum Robinson insists he took no offence, but plenty of advice, after being criticised by his Cardiff City manager, Erol Bulut. Republic of Ireland striker Robinson was told by Bulut he needed to work harder defensively after he was left out of the starting line-up earlier in the season.

Chris Simmons And Lucie Gutteridge Secure The 2023 Welsh Tarmacadam Driver And Co- Driver Championship Titles

Chris Simmons
Chris Simmons and Lucie Gutteridge have secured the 2023 JD Tyres Welsh Tarmacadam Championship driver and co-driver titles respectively, after another close and thrilling year-long battle came to an end on the two-day Glyn Memorial Stages Rally. The tenth and final round of the series took place at the Anglesey Racing Circuit, which was the third time that crews had visited the Ty Croes venue this year.

Chris Coleman Is Back For Wales . . . Helping Gemma Grainger

Chris Coleman
Wales have enlisted the support of former manager Chris Coleman to help them avoid relegation from the Women’s Nations League. Coleman memorably led Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 and spoke to boss Gemma Grainger and her squad before Friday’s relegation decider against Iceland in Cardiff.

Michael Duff Holds His Hands Up After Defeat To “Premier League Quality” Leeds United

Dan James
Michael Duff admitted Swansea City were undone by “Premier League quality” they were unable to match as they fell to a second defeat in three matches at Leeds United. Duff insisted he was pleased by his team’s overall performance but claimed the difference between the sides was illustrated by the goals – two of which were scored by former Swans players Joel Piroe and Daniel James, with the other from Georginio Rutter – in a 3-1 defeat.

Football Beware . . . You Meddle At Your Peril, Says Rugby Chief

Rob Baxter Exeter Chiefs
Rob Baxter has urged football's lawmakers to be careful after they agreed sin-bins should be trialled at higher levels of the sport. The International Football Association Board (IFAB) - that includes a member from the Football Association of Wales - has supported the move following a successful implementation in the grassroots game, backing temporary dismissals of players for offences such as dissent and specific tactical fouls its annual business meeting.

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Newport County Shock Win Proves My Point, Says Graham Coughlan

Newport County manager Graham Coughlan has ordered his team to become more consistent and build on their best result of the season. County earned high praise from their boss after stunning League Two leader Stockport County, 2-1, at Rodney Parade to lift themselves into mid-table. Not only was it Newport’s... Read More

Cardiff City’s Joe Ralls Insists Bluebirds Are A Different Animal This Season

Joe Ralls still remembers the tension surrounding the... Read More

Huw Jenkins In Pole Position At Newport County . . . But Michael Duff In Danger Of Stalling At Swansea City

Former Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has been named as the preferred bidder to take a majority shareholding in League Two club Newport County. The man who steered the Swans from near Football League oblivion to a seven-year stint in the Premier League and a trip into Europe is... Read More

Box Office Wrexham Won't Be Dumped By Owners, Insists Boss Phil Parkinson

Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson insists even if his club fail to get a Hollywood ending to their promotion push, they will not be left on the cutting room floor. Parkinson has got used to cameras everywhere he goes as the manager working for A-listers and joint owners, Ryan Reynolds and... Read More

Ashley Williams Says Wales Days Under Ryan Giggs Came To An End With "No Answers"

Former Wales captain Ashley Williams has said he was disappointed at receiving “no answers” when manager Ryan Giggs left him out of the national team. Williams – who announced his retirement last month at the age of 36 – rates the last qualifying campaign for the delayed Euro 2020 finals... Read More

Cardiff City . . . 100 Years Not Out, But Neil Harris Wants The Real Celebrations To Be At The End Of The Season

By Terry Phillips Cardiff City are 100 not out and preparing to mark their Football League centenary season by launching a promotion push in 2020-21. The Bluebirds open the new Championship season against Sheffield Wednesday at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday afternoon - 100 years since their first ever Football League home... Read More
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