By Ian Golden at Glamorgan Wanderers RU, Cardiff, Date: 15/10/17
Germany avenged their loss to Wales Dragonhearts last year by beating them 38-34 at Glamorgan Wanderers in Cardiff on Saturday.
By Graham Emmerson, Date: 16/8/12
Wigan Warriors today announce that they will be breaking new ground this Summer by holding their first ever Rugby Camp in South Wales.
The Warriorsâ€™ Community Foundation coaching staff will be running the 2-day camp which will take place on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th August , at the home of South Wales Scorpions, The Gnoll, for children aged 4 to 16 years old.
Following Wales under 16s beating their English counterparts for the first time ever last Saturday, Wales Rugby League CEO Chris Thair says the young talent has always been in Wales but recent results are finally making the elite clubs take notice.
Newport born duo Joe Burke and Dalton Grant have played for the same clubs all their lives and this Sunday they hope to top an already memorable career by playing in the same full Wales international side for the first time.
Wales take on Ireland at The Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium in Wrexham in the European Championship (kick-off 2.30pm) looking for their first win of the campaign.
Former Salford, Wales and Great Britain International David Watkins MBE was on Monday evening presented with the Special Recognition Award at the Sport Wales Awards at the luxurious Celtic Manor Resort in Newport.
WALES DRAGONHEARTS 34 MALTA KNIGHTS 18
By Ian Golden at Brewery Field (Photo Credit: www.ianlovell.com , Jarrad Sammut scores for Malta)
Wales Dragonhearts overcame Malta Knights in a very competitive match in Bridgend, scoring two late tries to win 34-18.
Wales head coach John Kear has named an elite train-on squad for the next two years.