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Row over Welsh Government spending

National Sport, News October 2, 2015 at 11:00 am Comments

A ROW between the Welsh Government and Conservatives has broken out after it emerged that more than £50m was spent maintaining government buildings, buying furniture, and on IT over the past 5 years. The leader of theRead More

Credit: jeanfrancois beausejour.

Real hope for home nations in World Cup

International Sport, National Sport, Sport September 27, 2015 at 12:00 pm Comments

BY THE TIME this goes to print, host England will have played Fiji and the World Cup will be well and truly underway. For six weeks the country and the world will be gripped by theRead More

Lewis Hamilton in China in 2014. Qualified in pole position this weekend to surpass Sebastian Vettel's record of 45 career poles and put him third of all-time. Credit: Emperornie.

Home win for Hamilton extends his lead after British Grand Prix

LEWIS Hamilton is again trying to move away from teammate Nico Rosberg in the championship standings, back on home soil at Silverstone for the British Grand Prix. Only separated by 10 points after Rosberg’s win inRead More

The stage for the Challenge Cup final
on Saturday August 29th. Credit: Øyvind Vik

Challenge Cup quarter-final weekend: On the road to Wembley

National Sport, Sport July 5, 2015 at 1:00 pm Comments

THE TEAMS were whittled from 8 to 4 in a dramatic weekend for the Ladbrokes’ Challenge Cup. All the squads had Wembley in their sights with only two wins between them and a place in the final,Read More

World No.1 Novak Djokovic will be playing at 13:00 on Centre Court today. Credit: Albert Lee

Eyes turn to SW19 for Wimbledon fortnight

NATIONAL pride always swells during sporting spectacles, no matter how steep the challenge may be. While many people come together to watch the World Cup, and London 2012 was nigh on the pinnacle of the nation’s sportingRead More

The scene of Wales' 1-0 win over World No.2's Belgium

Euro 2016 Qualifiers: Wales take the lead in Group B

International Sport, National Sport June 18, 2015 at 7:00 pm Comments

WITH another round of matches now underway the fight for a place in the Euro 2016 final in Paris is passing the halfway point, with world champions Germany chasing Poland in their group, England extending their winningRead More

What a bloody dilemma

What a bloody dilemma

National Sport, Opinion June 3, 2015 at 4:00 pm Comments

ON SATURDAY 9th May, Hull City FC took on Burnley FC at the KC stadium in the Barclays Premier League, in which a Burnley side went into the game already facing relegation and Hull on the verges.Read More

Last year's cycle festival. 
Photo - Tomos Nolan

A look forward to the Pearl Izumi Tour and Aber Downhill

Local Sport, National Sport, Sport May 22, 2015 at 4:05 pm Comments

THIS Friday afternoon the best UK cycling teams descend upon Aberystwyth to take part in the third stage of the country wide tour and the only stage in Wales. The nine regular teams and guest forRead More

Belgians lie in the way of Wales’ unbeaten run

Belgians lie in the way of Wales’ unbeaten run

National Sport, Sport May 19, 2015 at 2:40 pm Comments

COLEMAN’S men look to exorcise ghosts of the past in front of a full capacity Cardiff crowd. It has been over 11 years since the Welsh public’s interest in the exploits of their national football teamRead More

The Welsh Premier League ‘Super Twelve’ – Time to stick or twist?

The Welsh Premier League ‘Super Twelve’ – Time to stick or twist?

National Sport, Sport March 26, 2015 at 3:00 pm Comments

FOR AS LONG as there have been football matches, there have also been those who have sought to administer, regulate and institutionalise. Indeed, political interference in football can be traced as far back as the 14thRead More