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MINISTER STEPS BACK INTO THE PLAYGROUND TO TACKLE 5x60
MINISTER STEPS BACK INTO THE PLAYGROUND TO TACKLE 5x60
10 Oct 2007
Rhodri Glyn Thomas - the minister responsible for sport - is stepping back into the playground to see how it is transforming the playing fields and sporting halls of secondary schools in north Wales into hubs of activity.
CUNDY AND CURTIS EXCEL IN GB NATIONALS
CUNDY AND CURTIS EXCEL IN GB NATIONALS
4 Oct 2007
Wales' Jody Cundy makes the able-bodied top ten in Manchester. Meanwhile, Cardiff's Katie Curtis wins bronze in the scratch race.
WELSH ATHLETES GET ADVICE FROM SPORTING HEROES
WELSH ATHLETES GET ADVICE FROM SPORTING HEROES
4 Oct 2007
Welsh athletes will be put through their paces this weekend (6 October 2007) by Olympic and Commonwealth Games heroes Mick Hill and Jared Deacon.
YOUNG TENNIS STAR SET TO MEET SPORTING GIANT
YOUNG TENNIS STAR SET TO MEET SPORTING GIANT
4 Oct 2007
One of Wales’ brightest tennis talents is preparing to face a sporting giant. Caldicot’s Philip Cochrane will compete at the Esporta Cardiff Wheelchair Tournament (12-14 October 2007) and may come up against Jayant Mistry - four-times Paralympian and winner of sixty eight international titles.
DREDGE ASSISTS GB AND IRELAND VICTORY IN SEVE TROPHY
DREDGE ASSISTS GB AND IRELAND VICTORY IN SEVE TROPHY
1 Oct 2007
Gwent's Bradley Dredge assured victory in the Seve Trophy this weekend when went two up with two to play in Ireland. (Taken from BBC Sport Wales)
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