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Wales Claim 4-0 Victory Over Estonia Thanks To A Goal In Stoppage Time From Skipper Ingle

Devils Visit Guildford Flames Looking To Build Momentum

Lauren Williams Gets Back On The Mat . . . And Wins Another Medal

Lauren Williams returned to competition after Tokyo 2020 with a gold medal winning performance at the Dutch Open in Eindhoven. Williams, who marked her Olympic debut in Japan with a superb silver medal, stepped up from -67kg to -73kg for her first fight of the Paris 2024 cycle. “Tactically, it was a lot different,” said the Welsh star. “The girls weren’t as quick and as intense as I am used to.

Welsh Hockey Is Gearing Up For A Year Like No Other, Says Lewis Prosser

Lewis Prosser believes Welsh hockey is on course for a year to savour after he helped Wales men’s team qualify for the World Cup for the first time. Not only did Prosser set a new record mark of 159 caps for his country last weekend, when he made his 159th appearance, but he guided his team to the tournament finals in India, which take place at the start of 2023. The unparalleled achievement means Wales can look forward to a bumper few months of elite hockey competition with the Eurohockey Championships, the Commonwealth Games and the World Cup all in the space of less than a year.

Wales Poised To Smash Record As Skipper Sophie Ingle Admits Three Years Has Been A Lifetime

Sophie Ingle has admitted not so long ago she would never have believed Wales could stand on the threshold of a record crowd by means of a fixture against Estonia. But that is exactly where Wales are poised to be for Tuesday night’s qualifier for the Women’s World Cup which is taking place at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Football Association of Wales are confident that the current highest attendance for a Wales women’s international match – the 5,052 who saw Wales play England at Rodney Parade in 2018 – will be eclipsed.

Scholar Waller Making A Push For Team GB Inclusion

Bethan Davies And Charlotte Evans Break Welsh Records As Clara Evans Makes Her Marathon Mark

Two Welsh endurance athletes were in national record breaking form in Yorkshire over the weekend. On Saturday, race walker Bethan Davies set a new British 35k record in Leeds, while Sunday saw Charlotte Arter break the 37-year-old Welsh 10k record in the same city.

Three Of The Four Welsh Regional Rugby Teams have Confirm A Team Fixtures Over The Next Month

Jason Pritchard Wins Protyre Asphalt Rally Championship Title For A Third Time

Jason Pritchard has won the Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship title for a third time in a row after scoring maximum points on the final round, the Ford Parts Cheviot Stages Rally.

Cardiff City's Problem Is Not That Mick McCarthy Was A Dinosaur . . . It's That The Club Is Jurassic Park

Of all the strange revelations given to Cardiff City supporters groups last weekend in a meeting with chairman Mehmet Dalman, surely the least surprising was that owner Vincent Tan has a preference for “a direct style of football.” Of course, he does. This is a man, lest we forget, who told the players when he met them back in 2016 to “shoot more”. Providing secretly mined data previously unknown to club coaches and analysts throughout European football, the Malaysian billionaire said: “If you shoot 30 times you'll get three goals, 40 times will be four goals, 50 times and you'll get five goals.

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"Unhappy" Mike Flynn Drops Heavy Hint He Could Be Leaving Newport County

Michael Flynn has hinted he could be on the move from Newport County following their heart-breaking Wembley play-off defeat to Morecambe. The Newport boss has admitted to unhappiness after learning the club intend to appoint a sporting director to work either over or alongside him. Flynn suggested he could have... Read More

Michael Flynn Blasts EFL After Newport County Denied In Wembley Play-Off Controversy

Michael Flynn gave a scathing verdict on EFL officials after seeing his battling but beaten Newport County side denied a place in League One next season. The County manager was furious that a key penalty decision went against his team as they lost their League Two play-off final 1-0 to... Read More

VAR Humbug . . . Graham Potter Refuses To Blame Swans' FA Cup Defeat On No Tech

Graham Potter chose not to get involved in the missing VAR controversy and left it to Pep Guardiola to shrug his shoulders at the nonsensical rules that may have cost Swansea City a place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. Of course, Manchester City were so superior in the... Read More

From China To Russia - A Journey Through The History Of Football Technology

Wales are out in China, having handed out a few lessons to the country considered to be the birthplace of an ancient form of football. This summer VAR technology will be used at the World Cup – a technological progress for the grand old game that Spencer Buchan believes will... Read More

Warren Gatland Says TMO Delays Are The Price To Be Paid For Accuracy. . . And Coaches Keeping Their Jobs

Warren Gatland believes TMO verdicts have to be accurate – even if it means long delays for supporters and armchair viewers. The Wales coach was on the wrong end of a disputed call from television match official Glenn Newman during his team’s Six Nations defeat to England at Twickenham where... Read More