Y gorau o Bencampwriaeth Draws Seiclo Prydain, Cwpan Fosters a gemau Diawled Caerdydd. Action from the British Cycling National Cyclo-Cross Championships, rugby and ice hockey.
Browse content similar to Pennod 10. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
-Good evening and welcome to Clwb
-at a new time in this new year.
-On a disappointing FA Cup 3rd-round
-weekend for Welsh clubs...
-..we'll be celebrating one
-of the biggest shocks of all time.
-Can you believe that it's 25 years
-since Wrexham beat the Gunners.
-Here's what else
-is on the programme.
-Fond memories of beating Arsenal but
-the fans have plenty to worry about.
-Woking were the visitors
-to the Racecourse yesterday.
-Out on the ocean waves, one Welshman
-is sailing around the world...
-..in the Vendee Globe race.
-There's a race to be in the top half
-of the Principality Premiership...
-..before the league splits in two.
-2017 is going to be a big year
-for the Welsh capital.
-We also chat with Alan Hamer.
-He's responsible for arranging the
-Champions League Final in Cardiff.
-My guest was on the Racecourse pitch
-on that incredible afternoon...
-..when Wrexham beat Arsenal.
-Welcome to the former Wrexham
-midfielder, Waynne Phillips.
-Can you believe that 25 years
-have gone by?
-No, the years have flown by.
-The game is always mentioned at this
-time of year at the 3rd-round stage.
-It's possibly the biggest ever
-FA Cup shock.
-I'm happy to have been part
-of the team that beat Arsenal.
-I was also there but I
-wasn't smiling, like you!
-We'll have more about
-that afternoon later on.
-We kick-off the programme
-on the Racecourse.
-No FA Cup tie and definitely
-no Arsenal this time...
-..but Woking in the National League.
-Ralph with the throw.
-Murtagh has Lewis
-supporting out on the flank.
-Lewis had plenty of time
-to play the ball into the box.
-Ugwu's header went
-well over the bar.
-James Jennings with the effort.
-He wasn't far off the target.
-Jennings battles his way
-to the ball.
-Tilt forward to White
-who controls it.
-Rooney with time to turn and shoot.
-Rooney gives Wrexham the lead.
-While one brother is busy claiming
-all the headlines at Old Trafford...
-..this is the brother
-the Wrexham fans care about.
-Ugwu controls possession
-and Hall collects the ball.
-Out to Ralph.
-Ralph takes the ball into the box
-and Barry challenges him...
-..but the ball falls perfectly
-for Fabio Saraiva.
-The Wrexham lead only lasted five
-minutes here at The Racecourse.
-Ralph's shot rebounded perfectly
-to Fabio Saraiva.
-Carrington gets the ball back.
-The cross goes into the box.
-Evans is denied by
-an excellent save by Michael Poke.
-It was a good cross and White
-did well to get his head to it.
-Barry has time to take stock.
-McLeod with an excellent pass
-White plays it to Evans.
-Wrexham have retaken the lead.
-It was a great move.
-The pass by McLeod...
-..was perfectly judged
-for Jordan White.
-Robbie Evans was the first to
-the ball to beat the goalkeeper.
-Saraiva, the Woking goalscorer,
-tries his luck once again.
-Two good saves in quick succession
-Dunn has retained his place today
-after coming on on New Year's Day.
-Murtagh has a go from distance.
-That's another great save by Dunn.
-Hall blazed over the crossbar
-with Carrington in attendance.
-It was a great save by Chris Dunn.
-Rooney. Jordan White
-has plenty of space here.
-Rooney has continued his run.
-Rooney to crown the win.
-He wasn't far off target.
-We emphasized before the game
-that a good performance was a bonus.
-We needed a win today.
-We asked for the basics like
-competing and winning second balls.
-The first half was a bit edgy.
-You could see both sides
-trying to work each other out.
-We told them to go out second half
-and go for them.
-Intensity, tempo, another 10-15%
-and you're going to win the game.
-We deserved the three points.
-We should have won last week.
-We got the three points this week...
-..and hopefully we'll repeat that
-next week and climb the table.
-Wrexham are up to 15th.
-It's North Ferriby United
-at the Racecourse next week.
-It's January and Wrexham
-win 2-1 at the Racecourse.
-That sounds familiar! Waynne
-Phillips is our guest on Clwb 2.
-Wrexham needed that win.
-Are you a happier supporter now?
-Yes, and as we heard Dean Keates
-say, the points were all-important.
-The first half wasn't very good but
-it got better in the second half.
-The goal settled them down.
-Four of their next five games
-are at the Racecourse.
-They play three teams in the bottom
-four. It was an important win.
-We hope for the same next week
-against North Ferriby.
-Great goals and some new signings.
-Is Dean Keates turning it around?
-I'd like to think that he is.
-A month ago, they had a great result
-against Forest Green.
-They lost their way since then.
-I think it will be like this
-until the end of the season.
-They will be safe
-outside the bottom four.
-But this isn't what we expect
-at Wrexham FC.
-They want to be in the top four.
-There's a lot of hard work to
-be done over the next few months.
-Hopefully, next season
-will be the one.
-Time now to look back...
-..as we celebrate 25 years since
-Wrexham beat Arsenal in the FA Cup.
-One of the biggest shocks
-in that competition.
-Friday night was the big night
-at the Racecourse.
-Some past heroes were there
-to celebrate the anniversary.
-There were some familiar faces
-At 37, in a game of that magnitude.
-Arsenal were league champs,
-Wrexham were 92nd.
-That will live with me for ever.
-The strike, even though
-I watch it ten times every day.
-It gets better every time.
-It was one of those days.
-It made world news.
-It made the papers in New Zealand.
-I have family in the States
-and they were talking about it.
-I told Waynne to pass me
-the ball initially.
-Then I told him I
-was going to smash it.
-I took one on the Thursday afternoon
-..with great power
-and a five-yard run-up.
-I tried the same process.
-It didn't go in on the training
-ground but it went in at the game.
-They couldn't believe it,
-I couldn't, no-one could.
-What an atmosphere when it hit
-the net, an incredible feeling.
-When you play with freedom
-and you're not scared...
-..not afraid to do things
-on the pitch.
-There's always a chance
-something will happen.
-We kept on plugging away
-and got the equalizer.
-Mickey hit one of
-the best free kicks you'll see.
-Steve scored two minutes later
-with a fantastic finish.
-It's one of those moments in
-your life you always remember.
-The chance came a couple of minutes
-later and I managed to take it.
-Right place, right time.
-It was fantastic, absolutely superb
-for the whole town.
-I gave my shirt away after the game.
-I wish I hadn't,
-it would be worth a few bob now.
-I've got the memories,
-that's for sure.
-It's great for the club
-and its history as well...
-..that we always get a
-mention even after 25 years.
-Mickey Thomas lost his shirt but
-Waynne Phillips' shirt is here!
-A famous shirt
-from that famous match.
-There's a good reason
-why you still have it.
-The manager, Brian Flynn, told us
-not to swap shirts on that day...
-..because we had a game
-the following Saturday.
-We only had one set of shirts
-back in those days.
-I'm so glad he said that
-because I'll keep it until I die.
-It's nice to have the chance
-to take it out once again.
-We mentioned Wrexham's current
-problems but it was a crisis then.
-They'd finished bottom
-of the league.
-There was a Wrexham Revival
-Brian Flynn brought in local boys.
-Are they in a better situation now
-but out of the football league?
-On the pitch, no.
-We had a great coaching team.
-Brian Flynn, Kevin Reeves,
-Joey Jones. They were superb.
-They brought young players through.
-Something we haven't seen
-in recent years.
-Wrexham always brought through
-young players from North Wales.
-I was given a chance there.
-There's no better feeling...
-..for a Caernarfon lad
-than playing for Wrexham.
-That's where they've gone wrong.
-Attendance figures are up.
-They attract 4-5,000 which amazes me
-considering the quality of football.
-People complained in the 1990s,
-but that team, as we have seen...
-..were an excellent side and squad.
-They played for each other to go
-out and win matches every week.
-That is missing these days.
-A team full of characters
-Can you explain how it felt
-to beat Arsenal, the champions?
-It's a feeling you'll never forget.
-I remember the names
-coming out of the hat.
-As a Man Utd fan, I was disappointed
-we had drawn Arsenal.
-Arsenal had won the top division.
-We were bottom of the league.
-This result wasn't supposed
-would have been the same...
-..for Barnet or Bristol.
-We got together
-on the Friday night.
-We never used to have a hotel
-for a home match.
-I remember arriving at the hotel
-on the Friday afternoon.
-We had a brief chat
-and watched a video of Arsenal.
-I was a bit worried
-about the task ahead.
-We had a meal and went to bed.
-I slept well that night.
-Flynnie always allowed us
-half a lager in the hotel.
-He hated seeing you with a pint
-but ten halves, that was fine!
-Just don't have a pint!
-The evening passed quickly...
-..before settling down
-for the match on the next day.
-It's a lovely story and even
-an Arsenal fan can say that!
-Stay with us as there's
-plenty more to come.
-It's great to share the
-memories of Wrexham's big day.
-After the break, we turn
-our attention to rugby.
-Welcome back as we turn to rugby.
-The Principality Premiership has
-seen a lot of changes this season.
-More clubs, from 12 to 16, and a
-mid-season split for the league.
-We start with the crucial games
-It was a successful Christmas
-period for Aberavon...
-..as they moved
-to the top with two easy wins.
-The first came against Neath
-with Joe Gage scoring this try.
-It was the same story versus
-Bridgend as Jay Baker scores here.
-Just two of the sixteen tries
-racked up by the Wizards there.
-The biggest game of the holidays
-was between Cardiff and Ebbw Vale.
-Cardiff looked on their way to a top
-eight place when Ceri Young scored.
-However, a penalty try in the
-..meant the final places in
-the top eight would be decided...
-..in the final round of fixtures.
-The first game of the new year
-was played at Rodney Parade...
-..as RGC 1404 travelled down
-the A470 to play Newport.
-Newport fullback, Llywarch ap
-Myrddin, took on his former club.
-There was no battle of the brothers
-because Carwyn ap Myrddin...
-..missed the game
-for RGC with an injury.
-When the fixtures were announced
-this was the one I looked for.
-My brother isn't playing but
-I will be taking on some old mates.
-As a former player, how pleased
-are you with their growing success?
-It's fantastic and no surprise.
-The set-up is very professional.
-I wouldn't be where I am now
-without the help of RGC 1404.
-I'm very thankful
-for what they have done for me.
-Worthington is on the left.
-Leach is there.
-Out to Worthington.
-Will he get there?
-inches short of the line.
-The chance is still there.
-Robin Williams, the tall lock.
-Out to Hughes.
-Hughes is over the line.
-To the left to Robson and Frewen.
-There's space further back
-but they go left.
-The Northwalians are under pressure
-and this could square it up.
-Newport have struck back.
-They trundle forward again.
-What will Adam Jones do here?
-It was inevitable.
-The referee heads under the posts.
-It's a hard-earned penalty try.
-To the left. Robson.
-Frewen chases after it.
-Cross is also chasing it down.
-He takes too long
-and he can't clear it.
-They are under pressure.
-The maul is reset.
-They've conceded possession
-ten metres from their own line.
-This will be a try
-if they can go to the right.
-That's a poor pass.
-It's gone behind the man once again.
-The flanker tries to go it alone
-but comes back inside.
-Llywarch ap Myrddin has scored
-against his former club.
-The black shirts opened up
-like the Red Sea.
-Myrddin cantered over.
-Yardley carries the ball.
-The fancy footwork got him nowhere.
-Leach takes it on.
-There are men on the outside
-who could score.
-Tom Hughes once again.
-The try has been awarded despite it
-looking as if he was tackled short.
-Leach made the break and
-he had men racing to support him.
-Tom Hughes gets his
-second of the afternoon.
-The long black line is preparing
-for the next offensive.
-Newport build again. James to
-the left. There are men out here.
-They spin the ball wide.
-It's a second row and he could go
-all the way with a fancy sidestep.
-stepped off his left foot.
-He made it look easy and
-sealed a bonus point for his team.
-dominated the second half.
-The forwards do the hard work
-and look for space.
-O'Brien goes blind to Jenkins.
-They go right again.
-The try has been scored.
-The substitute, Dan Mock,
-has grabbed a fifth for Newport.
-Newport were the better team
-in many aspects of the game.
-They picked off our line well
-and won the kicking battle easily.
-Disappointed to lose but
-it's another game we'll learn from.
-A great win. You must be happy.
-Happy with the win
-and the way we played.
-We had nothing much to play for
-so we just went out and played.
-It was a great game to play in.
-That's how it looks in the
-This season, there are 16 clubs
-and the league will split in two.
-This system has been used for years
-in the Welsh football league.
-That's what will be on Sgorio
-Carmarthen travel to Cefn Druids.
-Carmarthen are favourites
-to reach the top six.
-It's a similar situation in
-the Principality Premiership.
-With one game before the split,
-two teams were vying for one place.
-Lowri Wynn will explain more.
-A huge game at Eugene Cross Park.
-An Ebbw win against Cross Keys
-would ensure Nigel Davies' boys...
-..a top half berth
-for rest of the season.
-Defeat would mean waiting...
-..to see if Cardiff had
-beaten Bedwas in the capital.
-The Ebbw scrum was too strong and
-the Keys eight had to yield there.
-An easy kick for Josh Lewis
-for Ebbw Vale.
-It's another solid scrum.
-That wasn't the best pass
-but it didn't go forward.
-Thomas felt that tackle.
-We are right on halfway.
-Cornock tried to kick through
-but it was held on the ground.
-Another dubious decision.
-Is this the kick that secures
-Ebbw Vale's place in the top eight?
-The fans are giving you a clue
-that it's over.
-We've been kept waiting a while
-for the second score of this game.
-That means Cross Keys will need
-a converted try to deny Ebbw Vale.
-The ball is being sheltered
-by Kynes. Out to Josh Lewis.
-He's through the gap
-and he's scored the try.
-That try makes it certain that
-Ebbw Vale will have the chance...
-..to defend their league title
-in the second half of the season.
-They are safely into the top eight
-for the rest of the season...
-..thanks to Josh Lewis who has
-scored all their points today.
-It was always going to be
-a really tough match.
-The boys played well
-and defended superbly.
-We have a lot to do but we have the
-chance now being in the top eight.
-That meant a win for Cardiff...
-..wouldn't be enough
-to secure them a top eight berth.
-Bedwas opened the scoring
-with an Adam Williams try.
-Although the score was
-quite close at half-time...
-..Robson Blake extended Bedwas' lead
-with a try in the second half.
-It also clinched a bonus point.
-With four minutes left, the American
-giant, Cam Dolan, crashed over...
-..for a try hat-trick for Cardiff
-but it was little consolation.
-There were nearly 3,000 fans
-watching at Parc Eirias...
-..with Nigel Owens in charge.
-Andrew Williams scored this try to
-square things up for the home team.
-It was a different story in the
-second half with RGC dominating.
-Tom Hughes stormed over
-for the bonus point.
-There was still time
-for a sixth try for RGC.
-Danny Cross scoring to lift RGC
-back to fourth place in the league.
-The first game of the new year
-at the Talbot Athletic Ground...
-..was between first and second.
-Joe Tomalin-Reeves gave Aberavon
-their first lead of the game.
-There was a chance for Merthyr to
-strike back before the break.
-Rees making the break before Rhys
-Downes proved to quick to catch.
-The scrum half giving
-Merthyr the lead.
-Following a fiercely fought tight
-encounter the home team...
-..eventually claimed the victory...
-..thanks to a sterling effort by the
-forwards with Ben Jones scoring...
-..to complete an amazing first half
-of the season for the Wizards.
-Ebbw Vale claim the final spot
-in the top eight.
-Cardiff miss out by a whisker.
-Aberavon lead the way at the moment.
-Lowri Wynn with the table there.
-In the second half of the season,
-all the teams start from scratch.
-Big changes in that league.
-We'll sail around the world after
-the break in the Vendee Globe race.
-We meet the man organizing the
-Champions League final in Cardiff.
-Alan Hamer is a busy man.
-We'll also chat about Wrexham
-versus Arsenal with Waynne Phillips.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-What were you doing on 6 November?
-Maybe you were clearing up
-after Bonfire Night.
-The sailors in the Vendee Globe race
-were just starting their voyages.
-They are still at it
-but the end is almost in sight.
-The good news is that Welshman Alex
-Thomson was still near the front.
-Christmas in the southern seas
-and Armel Le Cleac'h is the first...
-..of the remaining 19 sailors
-in the Vendee Globe race...
-..to round the Horn in a record
-47 days and 32 minutes.
-That's it, the temperature is
-good... nice and cold!
-to the boat and to the Horn.
-Thank you for providing a route
-through the Southern Oceans.
-Hot on his heels is Welshman, Alex
-Thomson who's in very good spirits.
-# Jingle bells Alex sails
-round the world he goes
-# Single-handed, breaking records
-he's no twinkle toes
-# Oh jingle bells, Alex sails
-so much sea to cross
-# Oh what fun it is to sail
-on the mighty Hugo Boss #
-Amazingly with a foil
-on just one side of his boat...
-.. Alex is closing the gap on Armel.
-Here's the famous Cape Horn!
-Well that was Cape Horn at 30 knots.
-It's quite difficult to film
-and be outside as you can see.
-a fleeting glimpse of it.
-I got a good look
-through some windows.
-Great to be here,
-great to be here so quickly.
-Shame I'm not in first place but
-full credit to Armel.
-He's done a great job.
-I'm going to try my hardest
-to catch him up now.
-Armel and Alex are now two days
-sailing ahead of Jeremie Beyou...
-..in third place.
-Tension, so much tension.
-We'll sort it all out
-after the Doldrums...
-..the next obstacle
-in front of us.
-The task is to increase the gap
-..over the coming hours
-and the coming days.
-All good. The last days since Cape
-Horn have been brilliant.
-We've had to catch up all the miles
-and almost get even...
-..with Banque Populair,
-it's been amazing.
-He'll now extend away from me
-but he won't be 800 miles away.
-We'll have to see how it pans out
-when we get to the Doldrums.
-But the hard racing proved too much
-for crucial parts of the equipment.
-Here is the furler.
-The sail was attached here.
-We can see that it's actually opened
-When it came loose this bit was
-flying around everywhere.
-It was flying around hitting the
-deck, hitting the hull...
-..hitting the deckspreader,
-hitting the foil.
-So my first job was trying
-to stop it destroying the boat.
-I put the boat downwind
-as best as I could.
-It was still flailing
-I had to lasso it.
-It cost me a fair few miles.
-It's the kind of thing
-that could cost me the race.
-Welsh bad luck meant the
-French crossed the equator first.
-As the Equator is crossed,
-good health to Neptune!
-But who will be the first
-to get back to France?
-We will follow the climax
-of that race on this programme.
-People are always complaining
-that everything is held in Cardiff.
-A glance at recent big sporting
-events held there would prove it.
-This year, one of the biggest
-footballing events reaches Cardiff.
-The finals of the Champions League.
-There are two finals
-taking place in June.
-The women's final is on the first
-and the men's final on the third.
-Alan Hamer is in charge of it all
-and I went to meet him this week.
-How big is this for Cardiff
-and for Wales?
-As a city and a nation
-there's nothing to fear.
-The hardest thing
-is the size of the city.
-London, Berlin and Milan
-are much bigger cities.
-Transport has been a problem before.
-I think we've found something
-that will work.
-We've done a lot of work
-with Cardiff and Bristol airports.
-And with the railways too.
-More than 20 trains will
-return to London after the game.
-That hasn't happened before.
-UEFA are happy.
-I think the supporters
-will be happy too.
-What's the audience for these games
-UEFA say 200 million people
-will watch it.
-That's twice as much as the Super
-Bowl which shows how big it is.
-I try not to think about
-It's a chance
-for us as a city and a nation...
-..to put Cardiff and Wales
-on the map.
-I hope that after what happened
-in France last summer...
-..more people will think more
-positively about Wales and Cardiff.
-How many do you think
-will come to Cardiff?
-It depends who's in the final.
-Sometimes, the less traditional
-clubs bring more fans.
-We're planning for 200,000 people
-coming into the city on match day.
-200,000 will also come over four
-days to the fanzone and everything.
-It's a lot of people, every part of
-Cardiff will be full.
-It'll be a fantastic atmosphere.
-Sometimes cities are too big.
-It'll be different in Cardiff.
-You won't be able
-to avoid the match.
-It'll be brilliant
-for the supporters.
-will be great all week.
-It'll be an experience that won't be
-repeated around the world.
-Cities don't have stadiums
-right in the centre like Cardiff.
-It'll be something different.
-The Super Cup has been here.
-How much help
-was a big occasion like that?
-Without the Super Cup
-we wouldn't get this match.
-We didn't realise at the time
-what a valuable experience it was.
-It went well and it gave UEFA the
-confidence that we had enough...
-..skills and experience
-as an association ...
-.. to put on a big event
-like the one in June.
-Without it this game
-would never have come to Wales.
-It's quite a feather in the cap
-of the association.
-People in the association worked
-hard for years without any fuss.
-Now, all that hard work
-is bearing fruit.
-Lots of football associations
-around Europe will look at Wales...
-..and think if they can do it,
-why can't we?
-As the day of reckoning and that
-kick off approach there'll be...
-..lots of events across the
-country in the coming months.
-The trophy has been on a very
-popular tour already.
-As well as seeing the trophy
-what about watching the game?
-People have a chance of getting
-tickets, like for the Euros.
-They'll have two weeks in March
-to request up to two tickets.
-Then there'll be a ballot.
-Can people volunteer?
-popular in the Olympic Games.
-You can be part of the occasion
-without a ticket.
-We want to get 1,000 people
-to do different jobs.
-There's also a chance for an
-extra 500 to be on the pitch...
-..during the opening ceremony
-before the game.
-The process begins in two weeks...
-..for people to put in a request
-to be part of it.
-Over the next two weeks, we'll
-go around Wales to meet people.
-Everyone will find out
-at the end of March.
-It's a fantastic opportunity.
-As in Milan and at the Super Bowl...
-..a world-famous artist
-will perform before the match.
-It's a chance to be on television...
-..with 200 million people
-watching all over the world.
-Is there any chance of a ticket?
-That's the question everybody
-asks me! Tickets are hard to get.
-Unfortunately I won't be able to
-help all the people asking.
-If I can, I'm sure I'll
-have a friend for life!
-That's a very nice way of saying no!
-With five months to go, good luck.
-It's very exciting. Thank you.
-It was nice to meet Alan Hamer
-They are looking for volunteers
-for the finals weekend.
-Details are at faw.cymru.
-There's also a five-a-side
-competition in different categories.
-The winners win tickets
-to the Champion League finals.
-Waynne Phillips won a Golden Ticket
-25 years ago.
-He was in the Wrexham side
-that beat Arsenal.
-Exciting times coming to Cardiff.
-The English FA Cup final was played
-in the city for a few years.
-I had the chance to attend one of
-those matches and it was superb.
-There's no place better
-to watch a match than in Cardiff.
-The ground is in the centre of the
-city and everyone mixes together.
-I will definitely be trying
-to get a ticket for the big match!
-Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey
-or even Andy King could be there.
-Bale and Real Madrid
-would be amazing.
-It would be great.
-For those of us in France,
-2016 was an incredible year.
-We hope for something similar
-We shall see what happens.
-Hopefully it will be better
-It will be hard to improve on 2016.
-What is on the horizon for you?
-Wales have a huge match
-in Ireland coming up.
-Will you be in Dublin in March?
-Will you be in Dublin in March?
-Yes, I will.
-The hotel is booked and
-I'll be going over with my son.
-Hopefully, we'll be celebrating
-as we were in France.
-Some crucial games for Wrexham,
-Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.
-They have a tough few months
-Let's hope they all
-come out of it well...
-..and then they can start
-building for next season.
-Thanks for your time.
-We have been celebrating 25 years
-since Wrexham beat Arsenal.
-Mickey Thomas' goal
-was never a free kick!
-It wasn't a foul by David O'Leary.
-I always knew it wasn't a free kick!
-We shall see you next week
-and thanks for watching.
-Our new time is 10.00pm
-on Sunday evenings. Goodnight.
-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.
Y gorau o Bencampwriaeth Draws Seiclo Prydain, Cwpan Fosters a gemau Diawled Caerdydd. Action from the British Cycling National Cyclo-Cross Championships, rugby and ice hockey.