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Snowdonia Marathon Becomes Relay Run . . . And Goes Virtual This Weekend

Though the streets of Llanberis may be quieter this Saturday than on a usual Snowdonia Marathon weekend, S4C will be holding its own tribute to the event by challenging a host of elite runners to a race along the iconic route. Earlier this year, organisers announced that the 38th edition of the legendary marathon was to be postponed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, as part of a special S4C programme, a selection of north Wales’ top runners, including a host of previous winners, will race in two separate relay teams, with a member of each team running a leg of the marathon simultaneously.

Gareth Bale Admits He Is Still Weeks Away From His Best . . . And Fittest

Gareth Bale Admits He Is Still Weeks Away From His Best . . . And Fittest
Gareth Bale has admitted he is still short of his best form after making his first start for Tottenham since rejoining the club.The Wales captain played just over an hour of his club’s 3-0 over LASK in the Europa League on Thursday night, before confessing he still has work to do on his fitness. There were occasional touches of class, such as the cross that led to the Austrians conceding an own goal, before Bale revealed he feels he is still at the pre-season stage of his own fitness.

Sam Parry Will Make Huge Impact For Wales... Says Former Ospreys Coach

Sam Parry Will Make Huge Impact For Wales… Says Former Ospreys Coach

Wales Keep On Track For First Major Finals By Thrashing Faroe Islands

Wales moved closer to qualifying for their first major finals with a thumping victory over Faroe islands at Newport's Rodney Parade. Natasha Harding struck twice, Helen Ward extended her Wales goal scoring record and Lily Woodham bagged her first for her country.

Harry Wilson Says Jurgen Klopp Talks Convinced Him Of Need To Leave Liverpool For Cardiff Stint

Harry Wilson Says Jurgen Klopp Talks Convinced Him Of Need To Leave Liverpool For Cardiff Stint
Harry Wilson has revealed talks with Jurgen Klopp convinced him he needed another season away from Liverpool and a stint with Cardiff City. The Wales striker – who scored his first goal for the Bluebirds against Bournemouth on Wednesday – has insisted he and the Liverpool manager agreed another loan deal, his fifth, was in his best interests.

Alun Wyn Jones To Reach Equal World Record 148 Not Out For Wales

Alun Wyn Jones To Reach Equal World Record 148 Not Out For Wales
Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones will equal the record for most Test appearances when he leads the team against France in Paris on Saturday. The 35-year-old lock will win his 148th cap at the Stade de France in a match which is a warm-up for both countries ahead of the belated completion of the Six Nations. Jones was set to play in a record-equalling 148th game – drawing level with former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw - against Scotland in the Six Nations in March but the match was postponed at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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.

The New Saints

The New Saints Now Need Some Home Comforts, Says Scott Ruscoe

Scott Ruscoe admits he will have a job on his hands to lift his players’ spirits for their return to domestic action after The New Saints’ European dream died in the Faroe Islands on Wednesday night. After going ahead in the penalty shoot-out against Faroese side B36 Torshavn, the former... Read More

The New Saints Bid To Make It P3 W3 v B36

The New Saints will be hoping to make it a hat-trick of wins over Faroe Islands side B36 Torshavn on Wednesday night as they seek to reach the third qualifying round of the Europa League. The Oswestry-based side did the double in 2015 when the two teams met for the... Read More

Bala Town Reach Exacting Standard . . . As Opportunity Knocks For Welsh Club Trio

By Matthew Burgess The Welsh clubs left in the early stages of European competition may not have bagged the main prize but there is still much to look forward to in the next round of the Europa League. Yesterday’s draw groupings made sure that a Welsh club weren’t going to be able... Read More

Welsh Clubs Discover European Foe List As Draw Beckons

UEFA have... Read More

Saints Surge Through And Bala Show Balls . . . But How To Build More Than Fleeting European Glory For Welsh Football?

Welsh football is celebrating a rare double success after both The New Saints and Bala achieved victories in the Europa League on Thursday night. The Saints beat MSK Zilina of Slovakia 3-1, whilst Bala Town won 1-0 in Malta against Valletta. Matthew Burgess assesses the significance of both results as... Read More

Summertime . . . And The Winning 'Aint Easy For Welsh Clubs In Europe

The draws have been made, the maps have been checked, and now Welsh football clubs are preparing for their summer stint in the sun. Matthew Burgess says the cards – as usual – are not stacked in the Welsh clubs’ favour, but one-game shoot-outs might yet enable the likes of... Read More
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