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Rob Howley Pinpoints Jamison Gibson-Park As The Man Wales Must Stop

Jamison Gibson-Park Ireland
Rob Howley knows a good scrum half when he sees one and he certainly likes what he’s seen from Ireland’s Jamison Gibson-Park. The New Zealand-born No 9 has become a lynchpin in the Irish side with his speed of pass, running game and tactical nous.

Hannah Brier Breaks News Ground With GB Alongside Jeremiah Azu

Hannah Brier
Wales’ fastest ever male and female sprinters are heading to the World Indoor Athletics Championships which start on St David’s Day. Jeremiah Azu and Hannah Brier have both been named in the Great Britain team to compete in next month’s event in Glasgow.

Aaron Ramsey Suffers New Injury Blow For Both Wales And Cardiff City

Aaron Ramsey Cardiff City
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey is set to miss the Euro 2024 play-off against Finland, Cardiff City manager Erol Bulut has revealed. Ramsey made two substitute appearances for Cardiff earlier this month after spending five months out with a knee injury.

Pontypool Chase Premiership Play-Off Spot

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The play-offs are back within the sights of Pontypool after they defeated the side currently occupying fourth spot in the Indigo Premiership. Pooler’s timely 20-13 triumph over Cardiff at Pontypool Park completed a notable league double for Leighton Jones’ men over the Blue and Blacks to close the gap and reignite their hopes of finishing in the top four.

Wales Must Make Ireland Sweat Every Minute, Says Rob Howley

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Rob Howley admits Wales must make life awkward for Ireland this weekend, otherwise the Six Nations favourites will find their groove and run riot. The Wales assistant coach believes unless his team ruffle Irish feathers from the opening whistle then any prospect of a shock away victory in Dublin is remote.

Johnny Sexton To face Wales . . . But Only In Spirit

Johnny Sexton Ireland
Paul O’Connell believes the legacy of influential former captain Johnny Sexton lives on among Ireland’s 2024 Guinness Six Nations squad. The reigning Grand Slam champions have made a strong start to the post-Sexton era by bouncing back from Rugby World Cup disappointment with successive championship wins over France and Italy.

Luke Hawker Insists Time Was Right To Step Away From Wales

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Luke Hawker has revealed the commitment required to play international hockey was behind his decision to retire from the international game. The current Wales captain announced he was stepping away from the international stage after 12 years and 126 caps for his country.

Elfyn Evans Moves To Second Place But Insists: It Could Have Been Better

Elfyn Evans Rally
Elfyn Evans ended a challenging Rally Sweden on a high by scoring a strong haul of points towards the World Rally Championship after setting the pace on the final day and claiming second overall. The Welsh driver moved into second in the standings for Toyota Gazoo Racing World Rally Team and stands just three points behind Thierry Neuville who was fourth in Sweden.

Tom Lockyer Reveals Brush With Death But Still Aims To Play Football Again

Tom Lockyer
Tom Lockyer said he “literally died” after his heart stopped for two minutes and 40 seconds during his harrowing on-pitch cardiac arrest. The 29-year-old Welsh star, speaking at length for the first time since he collapsed in the 59th minute of the Luton Town’s abandoned Premier League game against Bournemouth on December 16, admitted it is “out of his hands” if he will ever play again.

Wales 1500m Man Piers Copeland Take Stunning UK Title

Piers Copeland
Piers Copeland produced the most spectacular finish of the day to snatch a brilliant gold medal in the 1500m at the Microplus UK Athletics Indoor Championships on Sunday. The Pontypridd Roadents AC man was tucked in behind Callum Elson, of Cambridge and Coleridge AC, and Adam Fogg, of Coventry Godiva AC, for the majority of the race.

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Geraint Thomas Insists It's A Numbers Game In The Mountains . . . And He Can Still Win

Geraint Thomas still believes Ineos Grenadiers can unseat Tadej Pogacar in the race for the leader’s jersey at the Tour de France. Rather than a back-up to anyone else, Thomas has quickly emerged as the strongman in his team and is likely to be their recognised No.1 for the remainder... Read More

“Bashing Elbows and Swearing At 60km-An-Hour” . . . Geraint Thomas Can't Wait To Get Going At The Tour de France

By Harry Corish Geraint Thomas is ready to “bash elbows” with his Tour de France rivals this weekend, whilst also insisting he is “pretty chilled” on the eve of cycling’s biggest race. Thomas will be one of two Welshmen in the Ineos Grenadiers team that start the tour in Copenhagen on Friday,... Read More

Geraint Thomas Says Tour de France Still On His 'Bucket' List....As He Takes His Head Out Of One

Geraint Thomas admits his head was 'in a bucket' after he saw his Tour de France hopes left in tatters when losing 35 minutes in the Alps on Saturday. The 2018 champ looked poised to quit the world's greatest cycle race to switch his focus to the Tokyo Olympics and... Read More

Geraint Thomas Says His Tour de France Troubles Have Been Tough On The Head As He Considers Switching Focus to Olympics

Geraint Thomas is set to sit down with his Ineos Grenadiers team bosses on Monday's much-needed rest day of the Tour de France to decide if he will continue. The 2018 Yellow Jersey winner started Sunday's eighth stage 36 minutes behind race leader Tadej Pogacar after a tough first day... Read More

Injured Geraint Thomas's Tour de France Hopes Ended In Alps.....But He Vows To Battle On Despite Olympics Being On the Horizon

Injured Geraint Thomas saw any lingering hopes of challenging for the Tour de France ended as he finished 35 minutes down on stage eight. The 2018 champ's brave effort to continue riding after dislocating his right shoulder on stage three finally took its toll as the race headed towards the... Read More

Geraint Thomas Vows To Continue Fighting As Tour De France Hopes Stunned By Slovenian Sensation

Geraint Thomas has vowed to carry on fighting insisting it is still all to play for at the Tour de France despite losing time to his rivals on the first race against the clock. Riding the 27km time trial with his right shoulder still heavily strapped after dislocating it on... Read More
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