Wales Arrow In On the World Cup Quarter-Finals

Warren Gatland
Warren Gatland has earned plenty of plaudits from within rugby for guiding Wales into the quarter-finals of the World Cup – but now they are coming from further afield. As Gatland’s squad put their feet up this weekend and watch other nations slug it out in France, he has received a long-range pat on the back from the darts world.

History-Maker Alf Dinnie Chases More Landmarks With Cardiff and Met

Alf Dinnie
Alf Dinnie intends to create a fourth slice of Welsh hockey history on Saturday night. The Wales international was part of the Cardiff and Met team as they became the first Welsh men’s club to play in the English Premier Division two weeks ago.

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

Joe Ralls Cardiff City
Joe Ralls still remembers the tension surrounding the last time Cardiff City played Rotherham. Back in April the Bluebirds were battling against relegation and headed to The New York Stadium for a must win game against a fellow basement team.

Welsh Jockey Alan Johns About To Raise Money By Going Way Beyond The Final Furlong

Alan Johns
Welsh jockey Alan Johns will saddle up for the Loch Ness Marathon on Sunday – less than 48 hours after he hopes to ride a monster winner at Worcester. Johns will catch a flight from Bristol – and a fast car – to the Scottish Highlands in order to raise funds for Latch, the Welsh children’s cancer charity.

Michael Duff Urges Swansea City To Step Up After Key Trio Wiped Out Of 2023

Joe Allen Swansea City
Michael Duff has urged his Swansea City players to seize opportunity as the only way to respond to a devastating triple injury blow. The Swans head coach has thrown down the gauntlet to his whole squad after the loss of Josh Ginnelly, Joe Allen, and Nathan Wood.

Free Spirit Jaz Joyce Is Back For Wales And Ready To Soar Above The Eagles

Jasmine Joyce Wales rugby
Jaz Joyce will play her first match for Wales in almost a year when she returns to the team to face the USA in Colwyn Bay on Saturday. Wales’ most high profile female player missed the 2023 Six Nations, having opted instead for the Sevens circuit, but she has returned home and will start at full-back against the Americans at Parc Eirias.

Cardiff City Wait For Aaron Ramsey Update With Fears He Could Be Out For Months

Aaron Ramsey Cardiff City
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey is to seek specialist advice after suffering a knee injury in training which looks set to rule him out of their upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers. The 32-year-old said on Instagram he was "absolutely gutted" after suffering the injury only months after returning to lead his boyhood club Cardiff City, having started six of their eight Championship games and scored three goals.

Gareth Bale Back For Wales . . . To Boost Hosting Bid For Euro 2028

Gareth Bale Wales
Gareth Bale will boost the bid from the UK and Ireland to host Euro 2028 by joining the Welsh delegation in Geneva next month. Bale, the Wales men’s team’s most capped player and record goalscorer, retired from football in January after an illustrious career that saw him win five Champions League titles and three FIFA Club World Cups at Real Madrid.

Cardiff City Boss Erol Bulut Admits Carabao Cup Was A Sideshow He Can Do Without

Erol Bulut Cardiff City
Erol Bulut has confessed he threw any chance of progress in the Carabao Cup out of the window as he wanted to keep Cardiff City’s focus on the Championship road instead. Bulut’s Bluebirds were hammered 5-2 at Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday after the Turkish boss decided to change his entire line-up.

Jac Of All Trades . . . Morgan Backed To Add Lions Job To Wales Role

Jac Morgan Wales
Jac Morgan has gone from part-time rugby player to full-time prospect as potential Lions captain in the course of four years. After his superb leadership of the Wales team so far at the Rugby World Cup in France, Morgan is the name on everyone’s lips.


Wales Matchwinner Gareth Anscombe . . . Eight Successful Kicks, Two Struck Posts, One Missed Record!

Gareth Anscombe picked up the Player of the Match award for his match-winning performance off the bench for Wales in Lyon, but he missed out on a Welsh World Cup record. Having struck the post with his first kick of the night after replacing the injured Dan Biggar early on... Read More

George The Fourth . . . North And Taulupe Faletau Give Wales A Familiar Feel For World Cup Opener

Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau has been passed fit to play as coach Warren Gatland named an experienced side to face Fiji in their Rugby World Cup Pool C opener in Bordeaux on Sunday. Faletau, who did not feature in any warm-up fixtures, forms the back row with captain Jac... Read More

Fiji Suffer Big Injury Blow Ahead Of World Cup Opener Against Wales

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Taulupe Faletau Has Caught Up The Rest And Will Be Ready For Wales, Says Warren Gatland

Taulupe Faletau has bridged a big fitness gap to put himself in contention for Wales’ World Cup opener, according to coach Warren Gatland. “He (Faletau) has been taking a full part in training for the past three weeks,” said Gatland ahead of the crunch tie against Fiji in Bordeaux on... Read More

Wales Must Bridge Three Place Gap When They Face Fiji in World Cup Showdown

Wales will take on opponents who have moved three places clear of Warren Gatland’s men in the world rankings when Fiji take the field in France in their World Cup opener on September 10. The flying Fijians’ stunning victory over England at Twickenham last weekend has seen the South Seas... Read More

Gareth Davies Says Life Under Wayne Pivac With Wales Was Not Enjoyable

Scarlets scrum half Gareth Davies has revealed he came close to giving up on his international career before Warren Gatland’s return as head coach. The 33-year-old will head to France this weekend for his third World Cup, but only after overcoming an 18-month period in which he lost form... Read More
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