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-Good afternoon and welcome
-to the end of a weekend...
-..full of late goals and late kicks,
-much to the relief of Wales.
-Someone who is never late
-is today's studio guest.
-He actually wouldn't have an excuse
-because he's a rally driver.
-Osian Pryce was smiling broadly
-holding the Welsh flag.
-He's smiling here in the studio too.
-Welcome to the programme.
-2016 has been quite a year for you.
-It has been more than
-I could have expected.
-It feels great
-to be a world champion.
-I'm also a very proud Welshman.
-We'll chat more later but here's
-what else we have on the show.
-We catch up with the Wales U19s...
-..a team full of confidence
-and stars of the future.
-The Cardiff Devils
-travel to Sheffield...
-..who's captain is Welsh
-and also captain of the GB team.
-It's been another busy rugby week
-in the Welsh Premiership.
-Two big names at the wrong end of
-the table met, Bridgend and Neath.
-Clwb Ni features
-a very special club this week.
-It's a football club
-for players with disabilities...
-..and there are plenty of stars
-Plenty to come on today's show.
-Let's take a look back
-at the weekend.
-Wales needed a late
-drop goal to beat Japan.
-Sam Davies did the business at
-the death to see Wales win 33-30.
-Wales play South Africa
-The Springboks lost 20-18 to Italy
-Taloupe Faletau played almost an
-hour for Bath on Friday night.
-It's his first action for ten weeks
-since picking up a knee injury.
-I wonder if he'll be available
-for South Africa next Saturday.
-That match is live on S4C.
-Coverage starts next Saturday
-You could win a pair of tickets
-for the Wales v South Africa match.
-All you have to do
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-The closing date is midday tomorrow,
-Yesterday in Belfast, two Welshmen,
-Brett Johns and Jack Marshman...
-..made their UFC debuts.
-This is the top tier of the MMA,
-or Mixed Martial Arts.
-Both Welshmen won their bouts
-and this was Brett Johns' reaction.
-I've just come back from
-UFC Fight Night 99 in Belfast.
-I beat Kwan Ho Kwak
-over three rounds.
-He was unbeaten in nine fights
-and I beat him over three rounds.
-I used a lot of my boxing skills.
-It was a tough fight.
-To be honest, I am very emotional.
-I want to thank Jim, my father
-Most of all, I want to thank the
-Chris Rees Academy and all the boys.
-They've made me the fighter
-I am today.
-I am so proud of being Welsh and
-I am very emotional
-and chuffed to bits.
-Thanks to everyone who were there
-for me when times were hard.
-Congratulations to Brett Johns
-and Jack Marshman.
-Brett was very emotional.
-He's tough when he fights but showed
-an emotional side afterwards.
-Osian Pryce, the rally driver,
-is my studio guest.
-2016 has been
-a fantastic year for you.
-You won the DMACK Fiesta Trophy.
-It's a competition
-for up-and-coming drivers.
-How important was this title?
-This was the next step in my career.
-After a poor year last year,
-I was determined to win the title.
-We had a few problems
-during the year...
-..even in the final race in Spain.
-It went down to the last day
-and we came out on top.
-You will now compete in two rounds
-of the WRC2 next year.
-How much of a step up will that be?
-It's a huge step up
-but it's the next one for me.
-to make it work for me.
-There is far more preparation
-to be done.
-I'll also need a lot more time in
-the car to compete with the best.
-We shall see how the winter season
-People think of rally drivers
-having glamorous lives.
-How difficult is it to keep going?
-People think we turn up to rallies
-in our private jets!
-It doesn't work like that.
-I work full time
-for the family building firm.
-I spend most of my spare time
-looking for sponsors to help us.
-We had a lot of help this year and
-that's what made the win possible.
-Will next year be the same,
-chasing sponsors and money?
-Yes, and it's a big step up.
-I'll have even more to do.
-There will be no off season.
-I'm sure that I can achieve it but
-there's a lot of hard work to do.
-We have been looking at
-your Twitter feed.
-You were even looking for someone...
-..to deliver a package from
-Aber to Machynlleth the other day.
-I managed to sort that out,
-I also read that it was
-your father's birthday recently.
-Is rallying a family affair?
-Yes, everyone supports me, my
-father, grandfather and mother.
-The whole family
-has given me this opportunity.
-It was meant to be just a bit of fun
-but they saw that I had some talent.
-I have been very lucky
-to be supported.
-The next step up is out
-of our league financially.
-The whole family
-come to the rallies.
-There were 22 of them out in Spain.
-It was great to see them when
-I crossed the line as the winner.
-You also took part
-in the Wales Rally GB.
-We'll here more from Osian on Clwb 2
-That's all for part one of the show.
-We're off to Plainmoor after the
-break as Wrexham travel to Torquay.
-Welcome back to your comprehensive
-sports digest on S4C.
-It's football next.
-Dai's old club Wrexham, travelled to
-Torquay in the Conference.
-The Dragons still haven't won
-under Dean Keates.
-Bryn Tomos is your commentator.
-You could hear the shout
-from Jordan Evans.
-Evans looks for McDonagh.
-McDonagh for Wrexham!
-We've played ten minutes here at
-A lovely ball from the back
-from Jordan Evans.
-McDonagh controlled well and gave
-Moore no chance in the goal.
-Torquay 0-1 Wrexham.
-The deflection comes off
-comes off the post!
-It's there for Jordan Evans
-A thunderous strike.
-This is a chance for Sparkes.
-Joe Ward is with him.
-Coddington is under pressure!
-It has been disallowed for a foul by
-Kieffer Moore on Luke Coddington.
-Rowe-Turner looks for Blissett but
-it's over him and beyond Ward too.
-This is a chance!
-Kieffer Moore's effort
-hits the crossbar.
-Luke Coddington was beaten.
-Rowe-Turner is on the far side.
-Sparkes is ahead of him.
-Rowe-Turner gets his cross in...
-..but Blissett's header
-comes back off the crossbar!
-Wrexham escape again.
-This is Aman Verma.
-Verma goes past Rooney so easily.
-There is danger here for Wrexham.
-How did Kieffer Moore
-fail to hit the target?
-Jordan Evans with the corner kick
-to the near post.
-It's loose at the edge of the box.
-The Torquay defence is all at sea
-and it's still there for Wrexham.
-The clearance is finally made
-Young with the corner as the
-pressure builds on the defence.
-McGinty with the header.
-We have played 87 minutes
-and it's heartbreak for Wrexham.
-Rooney spreads to wide
-to set up the cross.
-The ball is in the back of the net!
-Wrexham are back in front...
-..no, someone was offside.
-First half, we were outstanding
-and scored a great goal.
-You won't see a better goal this
-We were under pressure in the second
-half. The lads stood up bravely.
-We conceded a free header
-from a corner very late on.
-One of the lads left
-their position on the post.
-There's a person who's lost a man
-and a person who could have...
-..cleared off the line,
-but he'd left the post.
-Wrexham continue to be closer
-to relegation than the play-offs.
-Leaders Forest Green Rovers are
-the next visitors to the Racecourse.
-We'll have highlights on Clwb
-It's been a busy week for
-Wales U19 football team.
-The team is full of future stars.
-They were playing a qualifying match
-for the European Championship.
-They have three games in all.
-Here's how it went.
-The Welsh campaign
-started at The Racecourse.
-Greece were their first opponents.
-It's wasn't a perfect start
-for the Reds.
-Mingos finished off a
-slick move after 60 minutes.
-With ten minutes left...
-..Dimitris Nikolaou doubled the lead
-for the visitors.
-That left Geraint Williams' side...
-..with a mountain to climb
-in the final two games.
-Two days later...
-to the Bangor University Stadium.
-Cole DaSilva has it.
-His brother, Jay DaSilva
-is playing for England tonight.
-The pass finds Ben Woodburn.
-Woodburn aims and shoots
-straight at the keeper.
-Woodburn gets it back
-and he's been brought down.
-It's a penalty for Wales.
-The Everton player, Nathan
-Broadhead, finds the bottom corner.
-A great strike by Broadhead
-to give Wales the lead.
-Broadhead with the header
-and he gets the ball back.
-Harris is striding into the box
-and he's doubled the lead.
-Brilliant by Wales.
-It was a perfect pass by Broadhead.
-Wales 2-0 England.
-Dujon Sterling spots the run
-by Trent Arnold.
-It's gone over Hale-Brown.
-It's in the back of the net
-after a deflection on the cross.
-Dujon Sterling is too quick
-for Cole DaSilva.
-He's gone to ground
-and it's a penalty kick.
-There wasn't much contact.
-Trent Arnold scores his second.
-That's a first-class penalty.
-Arnold's pass has been intercepted
-by Tyler Roberts.
-The ball has been cleared
-as far as Aaron Lewis.
-Lewis finds Broadhead.
-Broadhead dummies and scores.
-Wales have retaken the lead.
-The local boy, Nathan Broadhead,
-has scored for Wales.
-Roberts has been fouled
-by Ro-Shaun Williams.
-He's going to see another
-yellow card and a red card.
-It's falling apart for England.
-What an occasion
-for the two brothers.
-Two days ago we were disappointed
-by a 2-0 defeat by Greece.
-I said to the lads
-it was a challenge.
-Would we lie down
-or come out fighting?
-There can't be enough praise
-for the boys out there tonight.
-They were magnificent.
-The boys were
-well up for it tonight.
-We gave it our all
-and hoped for the best.
-We finally got the result.
-Luxembourg were the final challenge.
-Geraint Williams' team knew
-they needed a victory on Tuesday.
-There was nothing lucky
-about the opening goal.
-Danny Da Costa with a great strike
-for Luxembourg after three minutes.
-It was 1-1 after 20 minutes.
-Ben Woodburn with an unstoppable
-free kick into the top corner.
-No chance for Bobby Jang
-in the Luxembourg goal.
-Quite a shot by the boy
-based at Liverpool.
-then conceded a messy penalty.
-Eric Brandenburger hammered it
-into the roof of the net...
-..to reclaim the lead
-Wales managed to find a second
-equalizer before the break.
-Nathan Broadhead curling
-a lovely shot into the far corner.
-The Everton player
-this time showing off.
-After the break,
-Tyler Roberts was foremost...
-..setting up this chance
-for Ben Woodburn.
-His shot found the net
-and put Wales ahead finally.
-The goalscorer became the creator
-for the next goal.
-Liam Cullen scoring
-a fourth for Wales.
-Luxembourg were struggling to cope
-with Woodburn's pace by now.
-Pit Simon saw a red card for
-bringing down the Liverpool flier.
-Wales had more to offer.
-from Nathan Broadhead.
-Another corker but
-with his left foot this time.
-Ten out of ten for the No10.
-Broadhead completed his hat-trick
-but it wasn't enough for Wales.
-They finished third in the group...
-..on the same points
-as Greece and England.
-They went out of the competition...
-..because of the head-to-head
-results against the other two.
-They can't believe that some teams
-are through in other groups...
-..with just four points
-while we have six.
-We knew the UEFA rules when
-we started this competition.
-The talent in the squad
-They have a long way to go
-being young men.
-They have to make their way
-in the game.
-they drive each other on.
-They are professional...
-..and a credit to themselves
-and their families and to Wales.
-We want to push the boys through
-and push them on.
-Giving performances like this
-and moving on to Chris' squad.
-There are future stars
-in the Wales U19 team.
-All three countries
-finished on six group points.
-It was goal difference
-in the matches...
-..against England and Greece
-that decided qualification
-We're going to see a lot
-of those names in the future.
-We're going to see
-a lot of our guest too.
-He's a rally driver, Osian Pryce.
-We mentioned Wales Rally GB earlier.
-You started it all off this year.
-How much of an honour was it?
-It was great.
-I was the highest placed
-Welsh driver in the rally.
-The pressure was on me.
-You performed but the car didn't
-from what I hear.
-Unfortunately, that's how things go.
-We've had a great season but
-Wales Rally GB didn't go to plan.
-There were problems with
-the car throughout the rally.
-We did our best
-which is all we can do.
-There were plenty of positives
-to take from the rally.
-How frustrating is it
-when little things go wrong?
-It must be difficult
-when the car isn't at its best.
-It's very difficult but you can't
-get your own way all the time.
-I've had worse.
-We had a bad season two years ago.
-for what's happened this year.
-We still did well.
-We were competing against
-full-time drivers in our class.
-I was more than happy with that.
-It's something to work on
-for next year.
-What about Wales Rally GB?
-It's quite an event on the calendar
-in terms of world-wide rallying.
-How special is Wales Rally GB?
-It's very special for Wales.
-It's special for me
-because it goes past my home.
-It's nice to do it.
-I hadn't planned to do it.
-The fans are great
-and the stages are fantastic.
-The future of the rally has been in
-doubt at times.
-It's moved around a bit.
-Have things settled down now?
-I hope that it's future is secure.
-North Wales wants the rally to stay.
-They do a lot for the rally
-and it works well.
-The stages in the north are great.
-The rally ahs proved itself to be
-one of the best in the calendar.
-Thank you for now, Osian.
-We have a very different race next.
-It's the Vendee Globe yacht race.
-This is quite a challenge
-for the competitors.
-They sail around the world
-More people have been to the moon
-and the summit of Everest...
-..than have completed this race.
-A Welshman is leading the way.
-The Vendee Globe, a 25,000 mile race
-around the world.
-Alex Thomson from Bangor
-is one of the 29 competitors.
-Been making miles
-on the competition.
-The lead two are ahead of me
-by about fifty miles.
-The other group of four are down
-here on my beam.
-They're going pretty well.
-I've been going a little bit faster
-in the last day or so.
-I'm pretty happy about that.
-I'm just heading south
-trying to get to the equator.
-Get to the doldrums.
-I'm still going to have to decide
-what to do about the Cape Verdes.
-Do I go and leave them
-on the port side.
-Do I go through them?
-There's even the option to leave
-them on my starboard side.
-It's going to be interesting to see
-how that pans out.
-The race is held every four years.
-Alex finished third in 2012.
-He was second as they reached
-Alex had a big decision to make.
-We're going past the first of the
-Cape Verde islands.
-I've forgotten the name of it.
-I'm only a couple of miles off. I
-haven't really lost the wind so far.
-I'm not sure I'm going
-to be in second for long.
-after I clear these islands.
-That's it for now.
-Alex's gamble of sailing between the
-..instead of around them
-really paid off.
-He left Cape Verde in the lead.
-Passing through the Cape Verde
-islands worked very well for me.
-I was surprised that nobody else
-did the same thing.
-With favourable winds, he sailed
-through the doldrums too.
-It's been a fantastic day today.
-I think that's the easiest doldrums
-crossing I have ever had.
-As I get further south I'll have
-more wind and it'll be further left.
-That means I can ease the sails
-and go faster.
-Aiming for the equator was next.
-When he crossed
-in his 4.5 million boat...
-..he set a new World Record
-of 9 days, 7 hours and 3 minutes.
-The next milestone
-is to reach the cape of good hope.
-We will follow that race on Clwb 2
-over the coming weeks.
-The Cardiff Devils faced
-a trip to Sheffield this weekend.
-Earlier this week, our cameras
-went to Sheffield to meet...
-..the Welshman leading the charge
-for the Steelers right now.
-He's also the captain of Team GB.
-from Ely, Cardiff.
-I begged my mum to play.
-It was a birthday present for me.
-They signed me up with
-the Cardiff Devils.
-A few of us came up
-through the juniors.
-It Was A very proud moment and a
-special time for us all.
-The Devils have a
-special place for me.
-I've been up here so long now.
-When I first signed for Sheffield...
-..I never thought I'd be
-Here for ten years.
-It's Just something that happened.
-I've enjoyed it here year-on-year.
-Then I had a testimonial.
-To do it here was a great honour.
-We're not concentrating on three
-in a row in the league.
-We are concentrating on
-The Pressure Would Be On Three In a
-row and we would lose focus.
-We Have To Treat It like
-any other year.
-We had to work hard
-until the final goal.
-The final goal could be
-three in a row.
-People say I'm quiet.
-I'm not somebody who
-rants and raves.
-I like to lead by example.
-You always want more in this sport.
-You always want to go out on a high.
-That's what I'd want to do Although
-I'm Not Ready to retire Yet.
-This Friday we lost twice against
-Cardiff in Sheffield.
-We can do that this Friday.
-favoured The Devils...
-..having already won there in the
-cup and the league this season.
-The home team started well.
-This goal was disallowed.
-with the goaltender.
-The home team's first goal
-A prostrate Guillame Desbiens
-somehow passed to Colton Fretter.
-His shot was perfect.
-A brilliant goal put the champions
-of the past two seasons in front.
-The Steelers had seven
-of their previous eight games.
-When Levi Nelson went clear
-at the start of the second period...
-..there was only one way
-Josh Batch was going to stop him.
-A penalty shot for Nelson but
-brilliant work from Ben Bowns.
-The Devils' goaltender
-saved the shot.
-Next, it was the referee's turn
-to stop Nelson.
-After a tight first two periods...
-..it sparked into life
-in the final period.
-Fretter skated past four defenders
-for a great goal.
-2-0 to the Steelers.
-Andrew Lord's team struck back.
-The player coach shot and Sean
-Bentivoglio picked up the crumbs.
-That gave the Devils
-a glimmer of hope.
-Having lost two on the trot
-..the Devils needed a win.
-Their first goal
-gave them confidence.
-It was an untidy goal
-that brought the Devils level.
-squeezed in the puck.
-The puck rebounded off the boards
-behind the goal.
-Doucet was alert enough
-to take advantage.
-Less than two minutes later,
-the Devils were in front.
-Scott Hotham, one of two brothers in
-the Devils' team...
-..created a goal
-for Patrick Asselin.
-The Steelers were stunned and the
-Devils were ahead at the home...
-..of the team who pipped them to the
-title by two points last year.
-Asselin made sure of the points
-with 7 minutes left.
-The Steelers complained
-that he'd pushed the goaltender.
-There were no complaints
-from the Devils though.
-A brilliant victory
-against their main title rivals.
-The Devils clear at the top before
-they play Braehead Clan tonight.
-The Steelers now need to win
-all their games in hand...
-..to catch the Cardiff crew.
-It's looking good
-for the Cardiff Devils.
-After the break,
-we meet Tesni Evans...
-..the Welsh woman
-taking on the world at squash.
-Welcome back to Clwb 2.
-We'll have rugby from the
-Principality Premiership later on.
-But first, squash.
-Tesni Evans is the top ranked
-women's squash player in Wales.
-She is also starting
-to take on the best in the world.
-I went to meet her this week...
-..on her return from a
-successful tournament in Egypt...
-..and before she was off again
-to a tournament in Paris.
-We're reaching the end of 2016.
-It's been quite a year for you.
-The last few weeks
-have been amazing.
-Where does the Wadi Degla in Cairo
-rank in your achievements?
-Probably pretty high.
-I would say the highest,
-to make the last four.
-The last four people were ranked
-two, three and four in the world.
-Then I was in there.
-It has to be pretty high up
-in my achievements.
-Last year, I won the 25,000
-tournament in Sharm El-Sheik.
-That was really good.
-It probably gave me a little boost.
-I thought that if I can do it
-..I can try and keep doing it
-every time I go there.
-I do actually enjoy going.
-Where did it all start?
-I know that squash
-is a family affair.
-Where did it all begin for you?
-It all began pretty much at home.
-My parents both played.
-I think I lived more in the squash
-club than I did at home!
-My dad was coaching there full time
-and playing at the same time.
-he'd put my cradle behind the court.
-I must have just picked it up.
-Your dad, Andrew Evans
-is still your coach.
-He's still coaching me.
-Obviously it works great
-with him on the doorstep.
-We get on all the time
-and we understand each other.
-It works really well.
-There might be some arguments
-but that's normal.
-It's good, I like it.
-The year is coming to an end...
-..but your year isn't ending
-either from Cairo to Paris.
-What's coming up
-in the next few weeks?
-We're heading to Paris in two weeks.
-It's the Women's World Team
-It's a great event
-held every two years.
-Representing Wales is always
-a good way to finish the year.
-We all bring our A game out
-to play for them.
-It's pretty exciting.
-The team's pretty young this year.
-I think our average age
-is below 24.
-I'm actually the oldest
-which is a bit annoying!
-It'll be hard.
-But we think we can do well
-if we play like we can play.
-That's what we're going for.
-What about 2017, what's on the to-do
-list on the squash calendar?
-2017 will be busy.
-It's take off in January
-..with the Tournament of Champions
-which is in New York.
-They put the glass court
-in Grand Central Station.
-That will be a good way
-to kick off the season.
-It's followed by our national
-That's in the Sport Wales Centre
-so that'll be good as well.
-It'll be a pretty big build-up event
-for the Commonwealth Games.
-The Commonwealth Games,
-a glass court in Australia.
-The Commonwealth Games
-must be pretty exciting.
-the last one was unbelievable.
-opened my eyes to everything.
-Everyone was so excited
-for three years before.
-It was because the
-Commonwealth Games were coming up.
-To have another one is unbelievable.
-In Australia, everyone
-will be pumped up for it I'm sure.
-What are your short-term
-or long-term ambitions?
-Shot-term, it's probably just
-to make it into the world top 20.
-I'm at 28 right now.
-I hope that in December,
-I'll get a higher ranking.
-Top 20 is a big achievement for me.
-If I can make that
-then we'll go ahead from there.
-We've loved watching you
-over the last few months.
-We've loved following you today.
-The next few years sound very
-exciting. Thanks very much.
-It was great to meet Tesni
-and good luck to Wales in Paris.
-We'll keep you posted.
-It's time for Clwb Ni now.
-We're off to Aberystwyth
-to meet a very special club.
-There are a lot of people
-who grow up with disabilities...
-..who might feel they're not
-involved as much as they want to be.
-Maybe they feel sad...
-..that their disability
-might be holding them back.
-Having a disability team here can
-make them feel part of something.
-It's in our club constitution to
-give people with disabilities...
-..an opportunity to play football.
-The backbone of the team
-is made up from local lads...
-..boys from Penglais and Penweddig,
-supporters of the town.
-This is what they look forward to
-most of all.
-When I turn up, I see all these
-players just enjoying themselves...
-..the smiles on their faces.
-It makes it all worth it.
-There are three levels
-in the Over 16s category.
-They are known as Champions League,
-Premier League and Championship.
-The abilities are very different
-in each level...
-..to make the matches
-as fair as possible...
-..and to give as many
-people a game.
-I have been playing here...
-..for about eighteen months.
-It's very important...
-..and a great opportunity
-for me and for the community.
-I play in goal.
-I try to make some saves...
-..and I do save a few of them.
-We are training
-with the women's team behind us.
-When we've finished,
-the first team take over.
-It's great that players
-from different teams...
-..get to see each other, including
-the senior Aberystwyth sides.
-I once had a message from one
-of the player's support workers.
-They said that it's all
-they talk about...
-..coming to the football and
-representing Aberystwyth Town FC...
-..which is what all these players
-Being part of it is something
-brilliant, something to be proud of.
-These guys are proud of representing
-The club has made a bid recently
-for boots with special studs.
-They are called 'mouldies'.
-You aren't allowed to wear
-old-fashioned studded boots on 3G.
-If you would like to contribute
-get in touch with the club.
-Here is their Twitter address.
-Osian Pryce is still
-in the studio with me.
-He's involved in the rallying world.
-You talked about your father
-and grandfather earlier.
-Do you remember when the obsession
-took hold in your brain?
-I think it goes back as far
-as when I was three years old.
-I drove my parents wild racing
-around the house in a little buggy.
-goes back a long way.
-The DNA was always there with
-dad and granddad both competing.
-the level I've got to now.
-It is in the blood.
-You must be one of those who passed
-his driving test the first time?
-Not like me.
-I was actually racing in Latvia
-before I'd passed my driving test.
-I took my driving test
-ten days after my 17th birthday.
-A week later I competed
-in my first British rally.
-Who are your rally driving heroes?
-Colin McRae and Richard Burns.
-Why were they so special?
-It's more than their success.
-They became very big names.
-They succeeded as British drivers.
-I'd like to add a Welsh World Champ
-to the Scot and the Englishman.
-I admired them both.
-They had very different approaches.
-I'm more like Richard Burns.
-I don't damage the cars
-as much as Colin used to.
-Those two stand out for me.
-I've was in a rally car
-with Elfyn Evans last year.
-I couldn't believe
-what was happening.
-It was just so fast.
-Have you shocked a few people
-taking them on a rally run?
-It's an amazing skill.
-You have to be prepared for that
-type of car to jump around a lot.
-The performance is very high.
-Your first experience
-is always breath-taking.
-What the car can do and what the
-driver does doesn't come overnight.
-It takes experience
-and time in the car.
-I admire you a great deal.
-I avoided screaming too much
-by keeping my eyes closed.
-We'll be back after the break
-with plenty of rugby action.
-Welcome back to Clwb 2 on S4C.
-We'll start with
-the Principality Premiership.
-This division gained four teams
-at the start of this season.
-It appears to have shaken the
-confidence of some of the old guard.
-Two traditional giants of Welsh
-rugby clashed on Friday night.
-Owain Gwynedd was also there for us.
-It's been up and down
-the past few seasons.
-We nearly got the Cup
-a couple of years back.
-We've got structure within the club
-We've got two forwards coaches
-and two backs coaches.
-We've got a lot more attention
-to detail really.
-There's not a lot of money
-at the club.
-We've got a young squad.
-We're trying to give them that bit
-..at training and on match days.
-We've changed half the squad
-from last year.
-are definitely getting better.
-A few results get away from us.
-Some of the score boards have been
-frustrating to be honest.
-Neath are scoring
-some quality tries.
-They're a dangerous side.
-They've got a back three
-that can go from anywhere.
-We're in for a tough inspection
-We've got a run of games
-coming up now.
-I think we need
-to get some results in.
-If we don't win tonight.
-miss out on the top eight.
-We still could.
-Tonight's a must-win game for us.
-The ball is lost.
-This is a chance for the winger,
-He scores. Great football skills.
-Neath get the night's first try.
-Grabham kicks the ball through.
-He wasn't sure if he'd control it.
-The second kick
-put him over the line.
-Guy out to the prop, Ryan Thomas.
-He loses the ball.
-It goes out to the left.
-Scrivens looks up.
-He's made a break.
-There's a chance here.
-He has support to his left.
-He doesn't take it.
-Mike Powell was there.
-There was a chance to the right.
-He's raised his head.
-Bird to Gatt. That's a solid tackle.
-There are men on the right.
-The defence has set up again.
-Bridgend are losing
-a bit of their shape.
-The forwards look likely
-to take responsibility.
-There are men on the blind side.
-Is there a chance?
-Is the pass good?
-Yes, the pass wasn't forward.
-The winger, Ryan Griffiths scored
-Bridgend's first try of the night.
-That has put the visitors ahead.
-Ryan Griffiths had acres of space
-Neat try to push it on.
-Dai Camborne heads for his pocket.
-It's a yellow card for the prop.
-Bridgend will have ten minutes
-with 14 men on the field.
-To award a penalty try,
-a try must have been inevitable.
-Mr Camborne wasn't certain of that.
-It's a try.
-That was one penalty too far.
-Bridgend look in trouble.
-Neath put pressure on them.
-Bridgend's front row
-buckled under the pressure.
-Dai Camborne didn't have to think
-twice this time.
-The clock ticks on slowly.
-Out to the substitute prop,
-Geraint James has won a penalty.
-Bridgend didn't roll away.
-Howley takes aim.
-He pauses and breaths deeply.
-The crowd have quietened down.
-The crowd's voice says it all.
-It's a huge relief around the Gnoll.
-It's been coming for a while.
-We let a few go.
-The boys were pleased
-to get it put to bed.
-We made hard work of it in the end,
-Hopefully this will be the
-springboard going forward.
-I've said to the boys in the
-We can't have that many
-poor performances and mistakes.
-I told them before the game that
-this isn't a given.
-It's a tough place to come and play.
-They are a dangerous side
-as you saw today.
-They take their chances well
-and are deserved winners.
-Neath were celebrating
-on Friday night.
-Time to feature the rest of the
-Lowri Wyn has all the details.
-Ebbw Vale started well
-away from home.
-Dai Langdon scored a try early on.
-Aberavon struck back immediately.
-Luke Joseph showed his
-strength to beat the defence.
-The home side scored another try
-before half-time through Jay Baker.
-The winger then scored
-his second try after the break.
-It followed a great run
-With the victory assured the home
-side went looking for a bonus point.
-Good interplay between both flankers
-put Joe Tomalin?Reeves in.
-Merthyr looked the stronger team
-from the start.
-They were taking on Llandovery.
-A long pass to James Howe
-out on the wing.
-The prop crashed over in the corner.
-A good pass by Dean Gunter
-to Harley Thomson.
-The centre offloaded and Rhys Downes
-increased the advantage.
-It was the same story
-after the break.
-A short pass by Gunter
-and Ethan Daley scored.
-scored two tries before the end.
-Winger, Jack Parkinson scored a
-consolation try for the home side.
-RGC1404 led Cardiff at the break.
-A brilliant try from winger,
-Aron Evans stretched the advantage.
-Good work by the home side's backs,
-..and Rhys Williams' strong run gave
-Josh Leach an easy chance to score.
-That gave them a bonus point.
-There was a consolation try
-for the visitors.
-found a gap in the defence.
-Cameron Gibbon scored.
-A try by Ross Coombes put Bargoed
-ahead early on against Bedwas.
-Four penalties and a late try from
-Pat Lewis gave Bedwas the away win.
-Bargoed lost their seventh
-The visitors got off to a good start
-at Carmarthen Park.
-Lewis Williams dummied before
-passing to fullback, Gary Williams.
-The outside half supported well
-and scored under the posts.
-Pontypridd kept up the pressure
-in the second half.
-Cameron Lewis scored a brilliant try
-after a strong and determined run.
-A lack of discipline led to five
-penalties for Steffan Marshall.
-The last word went to Shaun Jones
-who scored a try in the corner.
-There was a close match
-at Parc y Scarlets.
-The home side were ahead
-before the break.
-Number eight, Nathan Hart
-scored an early try.
-One more effort from the visitors
-and quick passing from the backs...
-..gave winger, Nathan Trowbridge
-a try and a last-gasp victory.
-for a victory against Newport...
-..to lift them off
-the bottom of the table.
-The visitors were too strong.
-Weak defending gave winger,
-Jonathan Morris an easy try.
-Although the home side struck back
-with two tries in the second half...
-..Newport carried on attacking.
-After brilliant interplay
-from the backs...
-..a kick by fullback, Geraint
-O'Driscoll and a defensive error...
-..O'Driscoll was there to score.
-Aberavon stay top of the table.
-Merthyr are second.
-Swansea are still bottom.
-Before we finish I want
-to mention that we'll feature...
-..a Cardiff Met Women's
-Basketball team match next week.
-To get us in the mood, here's
-Ger Hardy with a feature on them.
-A brand new season in the British
-Tell us how the league works.
-The league is composed of ten teams.
-We have teams throughout the UK.
-We have ourselves,
-the only Welsh team in the league...
-..based out of Cardiff.
-It's tough to see where you're at
-at the beginning of the league.
-We have two new teams and teams
-have recruited differently.
-For us, I think it's just getting a
-benchmark of where we're at now...
-..and see how we can form as the
-The important thing is
-a lot of our players...
-at Cardiff Met University.
-We're trying to develop them.
-They might be in their first year.
-so we see that development.
-I think we've got
-a perfect model here.
-We've got a great pathway
-for a lot of the Welsh kids...
-..aspiring to play
-hopefully for GB one day.
-It's such a great opportunity and we
-don't make enough noise about it.
-Basketball is a minority sport.
-We want to echo the things
-the Celtic Dragons do in netball.
-Kind of build it up
-as the year goes on.
-See what we can develop.
-We'll have more from
-the Cardiff Met team next week.
-Osian Pryce has been
-my studio guest.
-What do you have in store for 2017?
-we can move on from this year.
-We have two rallies
-with the DMACK team next year.
-It's going to be a competitive year.
-Only two rallies are in place...
-..but I'm determined to get sponsors
-for the rest of the year.
-People think that you relax
-over the winter.
-That isn't actually the case.
-The hard work starts now to ensure
-the best possible season next year.
-I might have left it a bit late.
-I would hope to race
-in three more rounds.
-it's a huge step up financially.
-I hope you manage to find sponsors.
-You are from Machynlleth
-and I am from Aberystwyth.
-What is so special about Mid Wales
-for rally driving?
-So many great rally drivers
-have come from Mid Wales.
-I am from Aberangell,
-near the Dyfi forests.
-The buzz is definitely here
-and I love seeing the local fans.
-Gwyndaf Evans has been successful
-in the past.
-have gained success.
-It's great but we are the new guard.
-I want to make it work and I'm ready
-for all the hard work involved.
-Thank you for coming in
-and good luck next year.
-Osian Pryce has been
-my studio guest.
-That's all from us this afternoon.
-Sgorio will have all the Welsh
-Premier and La Liga action...
-..at 6.30pm tomorrow evening.
-We're back with Clwb 2 at 5.45pm
-next Sunday afternoon.
-Until then, goodnight.
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Bydd y gyrrwr rali Osian Price yn y stiwdio i drafod ei dymor. A chat to rally driver Osian Price; rugby reviews; ice hockey; women's basketball and an interview with squash's Tesni Evans.