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Ross Moriarty Urges Wales To Break The Circuit Of Gloom

Ross Moriarty Urges Wales To Break The Circuit Of Gloom
Ross Moriarty wants Wales to light up a few smiles this weekend - 24 hours after the circuit breaker lockdown has been imposed. The Dragons star will aim to help lift the spirits of a nation as Wayne Pivac’s side finally prepare to return to Test rugby. When Wales run out to face France in Paris on Saturday it will end a run of 231 days since they last played at international level after the Covid-19 pandemic stopped rugby dead in its tracks.

Welsh Weightlifters Begin Commonwealth Countdown In Virtual World

Welsh weightlifters have started their countdown to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in a virtual world. The likes of 2018 champ Gareth Evans, Hannah Powell and Catrin Jones have been starved of competition due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Goal Kicking Legend Neil Jenkins Confident New Boy Callum Sheedy Will Be Hit In Wales Number 10 Shirt

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Wales goal kicking legend Neil Jenkins is chomping at the bit at the prospect of working with Bristol Bears playmaker Callum Sheedy.

Kasey Palmer Aims For Premier Return With Swansea City But Says: Mostly, I Just Want To Play Again

Kasey Palmer Aims For Premier Return With Swansea City But Says: Mostly, I Just Want To Play Again
Kasey Palmer is hoping a season at Swansea City can put him on the club’s fast-track back to the Premier League. The winger – on loan from Bristol City – is set for his first start this evening at Coventry City after making his Swans debut during last weekend’s 2-1 home defeat to Huddersfield. Palmer, 23, came through the ranks at Chelsea before loan spells at Huddersfield, Derby, Blackburn and Bristol City, with the Robins eventually paying £3.5m to take him to Ashton Gate just over a year ago.

Harriet West 'Flys To Welsh Record In Budapest

Harriet West shattered the Welsh 50m butterfly record at the International Swimming League meeting in Budapest. The Loughborough-based swimmer clocked 26.02 secs competing for London Roar.

Angry Wayne Rooney Will Miss Derby's Clash With Cardiff City

Wayne Rooney said he is 'angry and disappointed' having been forced to self-isolate meaning he will miss Derby County's clash with Cardiff City. The former England skipper does not have COVID-19 but will have to self-isolate for 10 days after a friend who visited him at home last week tested positive for this virus

Welsh Premier League And Wales Women's Teams Facing "Firebreak" Shutdown

Welsh Premier League And Wales Women’s Teams Facing “Firebreak” Shutdown
Welsh domestic men’s and women’s international football is facing shutdown for a month as a result of the new “firebreak” lockdown imposed by Welsh Government. Fully professional sport – defined as those who earn their living through sport – will be allowed to continue during the new restrictions which come in at 6pm on October 23 and last until November 9. That means EFL clubs Cardiff City, Swansea City and Newport County will be allowed to still play matches, as will the Wales national rugby team and regions.

Jake Smith Still In Shock After Awesome Welsh Record But Already Targeting Track In Tokyo

Jake Smith admits he is still in a state of shock after his Welsh Half Marathon record-breaking run in Poland. The 22-year-old Cardiff-based runner shattered Steve Jones's 34-year-old mark just weeks after becoming Welsh qualified.

Sam Bowen Can Be A Barry Bonus, Says Gavin Chesterfield

Barry Town United manager Gavin Chesterfield is expecting Sam Bowen to make a big impact at the club this season. The Barry boss handed a debut to Bowen – the son of former Swansea , Birmingham and Cardiff City player Jason Bowen – in last weekend’s goalless draw at home to Cymru Premier champions Connah's Quay Nomads. The 19-year-old midfielder, who joined on loan from Cardiff, made an impressive first showing according to Chesterfield, who said: “I was delighted with him.

Wrexham's Adi Yussuf Revved Up For FA Cup Return To Old Club Solihull Motors

Adi Yussuf, Wrexham’s Tanzanian international, is on an FA Cup mission this weekend and the striker has special opponents in his sights. The Dragons have been drawn against Yussuf’s former club Solihull Moors away in the Emirates FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

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New Kit, New Jonathan Davies . . . But Wales Star Feared For His Future After Injury KO

Jonathan Davies feared he would never play for Wales again following the injury which sidelined him for almost a year. The 32-year-old centre is set to pull on the Wales jersey for the first time since their World Cup third-place play-off defeat against New Zealand on November 1. Davies, who has featured... Read More

The Day Rhys Patchell Decided "I've Got To Show I Can Control This Game"

Having delved into the 70s, 80s, 90, and early 2000s, the rugby re-runs come right up to date this evening when Wales v Australia at last year’s World Cup in Japan is re-shown by S4C in the company of Wales pair Ken Owens and Rhys Patchell. The players join opera... Read More

Shane Williams: It Was The Most Important Game Of My Life

It was the game that rescued the career of Shane Williams – Wales v New Zealand in the pool stages of the 2003 World Cup. Before the tournament, it looked as if the player who would go on to become Wales’ greatest try-scorer might not even make the plane. He... Read More

Giorgio Chinaglia: The Kairdiff Kid Who Played With Pele, Partied With Sinatra . . . And Was Linked To The Mafia

Giorgio Chinaglia played for Italy at the World Cup and alongside Pele and Franz Beckenbauer at the New York Cosmos - not bad for a Cardiff schoolboy shown the door by Swansea Town. Twm Owen traces his steps from Cardiff to socialising with Sinatra and allegations of involvement with the... Read More

Wales World Cup Prop Steve Blackmore "Was Larger Than Life" Says Gareth Davies

Steve ‘Wally’ Blackmore, the Cardiff prop who helped Wales beat Australia to clinch their best finish at a World Cup in 1987, has died after a long battle against a brain tumour cancer. He was 58. WRU chairman, Gareth Davies, who played with Blackmore at Cardiff, led the tributes to... Read More

Another Wales-England Classic . . . Kick, Chase, Tackle And Wait For Fumbling England To Stumble To Defeat

As part of his mission to re-watch some classic moments in Welsh rugby history – and ponder them in the era of lockdown Britain - Harri Morgan has now stepped out of his time-machine in 1987. Margaret Thatcher is prime minister, Whitney Houston is No.1, and little Harri is watching... Read More
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