British & Irish Lions attack coach Rob Howley warns Australia the best of Welsh wing George North is still to come.
Australia name Israel Folau among three debutants for Saturday's first Test against the British & Irish Lions in Brisbane.
Glamorgan boost their hopes of reaching the semi-finals of the YB40 with a 34-run victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Rugby legend Jonathan Davies tells a TV documentary that he did not want to play for Wales after returning to union from league in 1995.
The Bluebirds begin life in the Premier League at West Ham before hosting Manchester City, while the derby dates with Swansea are also revealed.
Manchester United come to Swansea on the first day of the Premier League season, while the Welsh derbies with Cardiff are revealed.
Wallaby legend George Gregan says Wales wing George North's return to fitness is a "real shot in the arm" for the British and Irish Lions.
High-profile opponents are running scared of WBO light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly, says his promoter Frank Warren.
British and Irish Lions wing George North has overcome injury ahead of the first Test against Australia on Saturday.
Welsh rugby chief Roger Lewis calls for a home nations rethink of how profits generated by British and Irish Lions tours are split.
Swansea defender Ben Davies says he and his team-mates are in the dark about manager Michael Laudrup's future but are desperate for him to stay.
Wales say they are relishing a Junior World Championship final against England after their dramatic semi-final win.
Chelsea striker Helen Ward scores as Wales draw for the second time in three days against Slovakia in a friendly.
Wales duo Amy Boulden and Becky Harries are selected in the Great Britain and Ireland team to face Europe in the Vagliano Trophy.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland admits to a 'reality check' after the shock 14-12 defeat by ACT Brumbies.
Wales reach the final of the IRB Junior World Championship with a last-minute try and conversion against South Africa in France.
The British and Irish Lions lose their 100% record as the Brumbies record a close run 14-12 win over the midweek team.
New Zealand off-spinner Nathan McCullum is looking forward to playing T20 cricket for Glamorgan.
Welshman Nathan Cleverly will defend his WBO light-heavyweight title against an as yet unnamed opponent on 17 August in Cardiff.
Ospreys appoint New Zealander Chris Gibbes as forwards coach following the departure of Jonathan Humphreys.
Glamorgan travel to face Leicestershire in the YB40 competition without injured fast bowler Simon Jones.
Ex-WBA light-welterweight champion Gavin Rees hopes a win over Anthony Crolla could pave the way for a shot at WBO lightweight star Ricky Burns.
Derby play Blackburn and Burnley face Bolton on the first day of the season to mark the Football League's 125th anniversary.
Great Britain include 28 medallists from the 2012 London Paralympics in their team for the 2013 World Championships.
Ospreys recruit Aberavon lock Sam Williams on his first professional contract ahead of the 2013-14 season.
Merthyr Town's home games during the opening six weeks of the new season will be played at Cinderford in Gloucestershire.
The home of Cardiff City will be expanded to a capacity of 32,500 in time for the start of the 2014/15 season under plans being drawn up.
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