BBC Wales Sport

February 09, 2018

Rainbow Cup: Ospreys v Blues & Dragons v Scarlets in first round

Ospreys will host Cardiff Blues in the first Rainbow Cup Welsh derby on Saturday, 24 April with Scarlets at Dragons the following day.

Online racist abuse 'spiralling out of control' says anti-bullying charity

Online racist abuse is "spiralling out of control", a leading anti-cyberbullying charity says after more footballers are targeted.

Ben Cabango: Swansea City send Wales defender home for Covid breach

Wales defender Ben Cabango is sent home by Swansea City after breaching the club's Covid-19 protocols.

Robert Page in FAW plan if Wales boss Ryan Giggs misses Euros

FAW president Kieron O'Connor says the governing body has a plan in place if Ryan Giggs cannot take charge of the Wales team at Euro 2020 this summer.

Bethan Dyke: Severn Stars' Wales international out for season with knee injury

Severn Stars' Wales international Bethan Dyke will miss the rest of the Superleague season with a knee injury.

Prince Philip: 'Legacy' of Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Wales rugby captain Alun Wyn Jones says young people have "a lot of gratitude" for Prince Philip.

International friendly: Wales v Denmark (Tue)

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's women's international friendly between Wales and Denmark.

Benjamin Pritchard: Silver medallist almost missed European Rowing Championships

Para-rower Benjamin Pritchard says he almost missed the European Championships where he won a silver medal.

Colin Baker: Cardiff City and Wales midfielder dies at 86

Colin Baker who played for Wales in the 1958 World Cup finals and was the first Cardiff City player to be substituted has died at the age of 86.

Johnny Williams: Wales and Scarlets centre to miss rest of season

Scarlets and Wales centre Johnny Williams will not play again in 2020-21 because of a shoulder injury that needs surgery.

Cardiff Blues: Lloyd Williams cleared of stamping Paddy Jackson

Cardiff Blues scrum-half Lloyd Williams has been cleared of stamping on London Irish fly-half Paddy Jackson.

Prince Philip: Welsh sports fixtures moved on Saturday for royal funeral

Newport County and Wrexham's games on Saturday are brought forward to 12:30 BST to avoid clashing with the funeral of Prince Philip.

Women's Six Nations: 'Painful' Wales results prompt calls for more WRU support

Wales' "painful" Six Nations results prompt calls for the Welsh Rugby Union to do more to support the women's game.

The Masters: Ian Woosnam recalls his 1991 Augusta triumph, 30 years on

Golf legends Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus salute Ian Woosnam as the Welshman recalls the day he became Masters champion, 30 years on.

2021 County Championship: County-by-county commentators guide

BBC local radio cricket commentators give their thoughts on how the season might pan out for their county.

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