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-What a weekend!
-Nine goals at the Liberty,
-a win for Swansea, finally...
-..and Wales defeating South Africa
-in the rugby.
-Three wins out of four
-in the autumn internationals...
-..but people are still not happy.
-If you think that's crazy,
-then you've seen nothing yet!
-This is what's coming up.
-The rugby union
-..the front runners, Aberavon,
-away at Pontypridd.
-Basketball - the Cardiff Met girls
-Cardiff are the team to beat
-in the Elite Ice Hockey League.
-They were on fire
-against Coventry Blaze.
-From ice hockey
-to underwater hockey. Yes, really.
-The fantastic name
-for this great sport is Octopush.
-We're looking forward to Octopush.
-I'm joined by Ifan Richards.
-He won the S4C series Ar y Dibyn.
-Was it a good experience?
-It was a great experience
-to win the title.
-We'll chat more later.
-Ifan went sailing
-in the final of Ar y Dibyn.
-But what about sailing
-around the world on your own?
-of the Vendee Globe race.
-A Welshman from North Wales
-is currently beating every record.
-we saw the Welshman, Alex Thomson...
-..set a new record
-on the Vendee Globe.
-He crossed the equator
-in 9 days, 7 hours and 3 minutes.
-In turn, he was followed
-by the other competitors.
-Some of them
-had fairly novel ways...
-..of celebrating their arrival
-in the southern hemisphere.
-Here's Conrad Colman.
-We're in the southern hemisphere.
-And the Irishman, Enda O'Coineen.
-The trade winds made
-a huge difference to the leaders.
-They covered 400 miles in 24 hours.
-That pace however proved a false
-blessing to the leader, Thomson.
-Yesterday morning when I was dozing,
-there was an almighty bang.
-The boat turned hard to starboard
-and the rudder popped up.
-Once I managed to get the rudder
-back down and get the boat sorted...
-..I realised the starboard foil
-There's a bit left,
-the jagged edge is sticking out.
-It's slowing me down
-but I can't get it in any further.
-At some point, I'll have to
-go over the side and cut it off.
-Using the foil on the other side,
-I'm hoping to be able...
-..to hold out at the front
-with a lot of starboard tack.
-In this race,
-you have to expect the unexpected.
-The Welshman's boat was damaged...
-..but another of the favourites
-was forced to drop out entirely.
-Vincent Riou also hit something
-in the sea and damaged his keel.
-No option for him but to withdraw
-and head for repair in South Africa.
-was rapidly splitting in two.
-The chasing pack were left behind...
-..marooned on a painted sea
-in the Doldrums.
-That didn't worry the Welshman
-in his Hugo Boss boat.
-He was making great time sailing
-smartly towards the southern seas.
-It's getting pretty cold right now.
-I've had to cover the cockpit
-with what we call a wendy house.
-It stops most of the spray
-and water from coming in.
-Alex in his wendy house...
-..reached the Cape of Good Hope
-in the fastest time ever.
-17 days, 22 hours and 58 minutes.
-But the damage to the boat
-was still a worry.
-I might get a little extension.
-She's got a little stump
-There isn't very much left
-and it's not much use.
-it's slowing me down.
-I have to work harder and
-stay in front for as long as I can.
-Easier said than done.
-Especially with the Frenchman,
-Armel Le Cleac'h...
-..in the Banque Populaire viii boat
-closing by the hour.
-Quite a race.
-I'm joined by Ifan Richards, the
-winner of the S4C series Ar y Dibyn.
-Do you fancy the Vendee Globe?!
-I don't think so!
-I have a lot of respect
-for what they did.
-I don't think I could go 100 yards
-out to sea!
-Let's find out more
-about Ar y Dibyn.
-The ten adventurers...
-..have been battling to win
-an adventure pack worth 10,000.
-It's the Year of Adventure
-..so the competition
-will be harder than ever.
-I, Lowri Morgan...
-..and experienced adventure leader
-..push the ten contestants
-to their limits...
-..physically and mentally...
-..as they test
-their personal limits.
-Who will be the Ar Y Dibyn
-Year Of Adventure Champion?
-They might think
-they know what to expect.
-Are you ready?
-Are you ready?
-They don't have a clue.
-At the end of it all,
-Ifan was the champion.
-Is it nice to look back
-at those pictures?
-Yes. It brings back
-a lot of memories.
-It was tough.
-It was quite a challenge.
-Why did you decide to enter?
-I love the outdoors.
-I watched the series last year.
-I knew one of the contestants,
-I spoke to her about it.
-Like many sat on the sofa,
-I thought, "I can do that."
-You did do it.
-Let's see what happened
-when you won the competition.
-Like Ant and Dec say,
-let's see your best bits.
-Being the champion of Ar y Dibyn's
-Year of Adventure sounds great.
-I'm that champion!
-I'm really happy.
-He's all smiles.
-It's easy watching on the sofa.
-How hard was it?
-I went in quite fit.
-I'd done some racing and mountain
-biking before the series started.
-I prepared myself physically.
-But there was a lack of food.
-We were given ration biscuits.
-At the end of the third day,
-they took those away.
-We had to live without food
-but still do the physical tasks.
-It began to kick in after a while.
-You were pushed into the water
-wearing a blindfold.
-That must've been tough.
-We wore a blindfold for a while
-before going in.
-We didn't know where we were.
-There was a journey to the place
-where we were pushed in.
-Your mind starts playing tricks.
-No-one knew what was happening.
-In the end, we flew into cold water!
-A shock to the system.
-It's a generous prize,
-One of the things you have to do is
-to take part in an adventure race.
-What does the prize mean to you
-in terms of the adventure world?
-It means a lot.
-I can get outdoor qualifications...
-..to potentially start a business to
-take people out on the mountains.
-A mountain leader
-or a mountain bike leader.
-I can also go abroad.
-I've entered the Transalp race
-It's a mountain bike race.
-Money will also go on equipment.
-I can buy things I'd only dreamt of!
-It's all available now.
-You sound like you
-love being outdoors, Ifan.
-When the weekend comes,
-or even after work, I'm off!
-Living near Dolgellau
-is perfect for you.
-We'll chat more later.
-Join us after the break
-for more rugby...
-that's close to Ifan's heart...
-..as we focus on
-the Principality Premiership.
-Time now for the rugby.
-The autumn tests
-have come to an end.
-Wales beat South Africa 27-13.
-Despite all the criticism...
-..Wales won three
-out of four games in the series.
-That was the first time
-they've managed that since 2002...
-..and there's a sense that
-Rob Howley is happy about it.
-I'm so delighted for the team...
-..after the way we've trained
-over the last five weeks.
-Sometimes as coaches and players...
-..it doesn't reflect
-what goes on in the camp...
-..when you come to the stadium.
-Today was a fair reflection.
-I thought we were very comfortable
-in the game for 75 minutes.
-We still like to do it the hard way.
-We let them in for the last try.
-I'm delighted for the players.
-They deserve the accolades
-that they'll get.
-A good win and a good performance
-against a South African team.
-It won't change overnight.
-It will take time...
-..but hopefully we're starting
-to show what we can do.
-We spread the ball a bit more
-and scored a couple of nice tries.
-The target was four out of four.
-with the Australia result.
-We'll take three from four
-with a good performance today.
-We've finished the autumn series
-on a positive note.
-Congratulations to Wales
-on their victory yesterday.
-From internationals to
-the Principality Premiership.
-Sardis Road was the venue for one
-of the big games of the weekend...
-welcomed table-toppers Aberavon.
-Owain Gwynedd was there.
-We've played some great rugby
-in the opening games...
-..and we fully deserve to be on top.
-We missed out on another extra
-ten points which is amazing really.
-We're on 40 points but we've
-concentrated on the performance.
-The one game that we did lose
-was at Cardiff.
-It was 15-15 in injury time and
-we were still attacking from our 22.
-We're really happy with
-the type of rugby we're playing.
-We've seen some great performances.
-There isn't much pressure
-on us right now.
-We are aiming for a place
-in the top eight before the split.
-Then we can compete for trophies
-in the second half of the season.
-They are the league leaders
-and they are playing very well.
-Their consistency has put them
-right at the top.
-It's very tight at the top.
-A win for us today
-changes everything at the top.
-There are men on the left.
-Joseph to Jenkins.
-Dicomidis is coming across.
-Great work by the second row.
-There's a chance here as Jenkins,
-the prop, drives again.
-Aberavon are seven metres short.
-Jeffries, the tight-head prop, now.
-Aberavon are moving forwards
-slowly but surely.
-The referee indicates play on
-- no knock-on.
-Davies continues the drive.
-They go to the blind side
-and James scores the try.
-There didn't look to be
-room out there...
-..but the powerful centre
-waded through the tackle and scored.
-The deficit is eight points
-for the home team.
-This could be their last chance
-of the first half.
-makes the clean break.
-Chris Dicomidis, the former captain
-here at Sardis Road, scores the try.
-What a time to strike.
-The scrum was under pressure
-but Lockyer found the perfect angle.
-Somehow, Dicomidis managed
-to get there in time...
-..from the scrum to score.
-We've got a cracker of a game coming
-to the boil here at Sardis Road.
-Godfrey shows his strength.
-He's tackled by the shirt.
-He's isolated and he's lost it
-and Aberavon have it.
-There are men to the right
-but it's another knock-on.
-It's a catalogue of errors.
-Josh Novell takes advantage.
-Pontypridd go to the left.
-Sweeney with the sleight of hand.
-Gary Williams has scored the try
-Look at this from Sweeney.
-A great pass to Dafydd Lockyer.
-Gary Williams was there
-to finish it off.
-Sam Williams wins the ball.
-Pritchard sends it skywards.
-'Open play' says the referee.
-Williams runs into the man.
-wants it on the right wing.
-Pontypridd have made
-a major gain of ground there.
-Aberavon are under pressure.
-Into the 22.
-Blacker to the left.
-Godfrey, Belcher, Shellard.
-who has already scored.
-Godfrey is playing
-as fly half right now.
-but the decision doesn't come.
-Liam Belcher, the hooker.
-is knocked back in the tackle.
-Advantage is being played.
-There's space on the right.
-It's a try for Pontypridd. That's
-two for them in the second half.
-Rhys Shellard, the flanker,
-is the try-scorer.
-Two powerful teams.
-The difference today was the scrum.
-Dillon Lewis came in
-and did a great job for us today.
-We've lost games this year
-because of that.
-Today, we've shown what we can do
-with a solid scrum.
-The rest of the league games now.
-There are changes
-to the league this season.
-There are 16 teams with the league
-dividing in two in the new year...
-..with play-offs at the end
-to determine the winners.
-Complicated? Don't worry.
-Just watch and listen to Lowri Wynn.
-Following Ponty's victory
-earlier in the day...
-..it was a chance for Merthyr
-to move to the top of the table.
-The score was level at half-time
-but this try by Richard Carter...
-..put the home team in the lead.
-Two minutes later and the winger
-scored a second try.
-Despite three tries from Swansea,
-the home team secured the win.
-It was a good start for North Wales
-RGC1404 away against Bedwas.
-They scored two tries
-in the first five minutes.
-This try was scored
-by the centre from his own half.
-After some pressure,
-the home team fought back.
-Winger Phillip Pariyo scored a try
-just before half-time.
-Two more tries for Bedwas in the
-second half sealed the victory...
-It was a close game between Ebbw
-Vale and Bargoed at Eugene Cross.
-A strong run
-allowed the try for Chris Levesley.
-The home team took an early lead...
-..as they welcomed Carmarthen Quins
-to Rodney Parade.
-Good interplay in midfield
-allowed Rhodri Jones to cross.
-The visitors hit back.
-..and a gap
-in the red sea of defenders...
-..allowed Sion Rhys Evans
-to leap over the line.
-The battle continued to the break...
-..and great passing
-by the home side's backs...
-..created this opportunity
-for John Morris.
-But this kick which failed
-to reach the attackers...
-..gave winger Tom Williams a great
-opportunity to beat the defender...
-..before grounding the ball.
-Although Quins fought back regularly
-during the game...
-..including this try
-by Chris Banfield...
-in the second half by O'Brien...
-..ensured that Newport
-took the victory.
-Bridgend were looking for victory
-to make their way up the league...
-..but the away team, Llandovery,
-started off strongest.
-Winger Jack Parkinson's
-powerful run put them in the lead.
-The good work continued
-Llandovery spread the ball wide.
-outfoxed the defence...
-..and Corey Baldwin was there
-to increase the lead.
-The consolation try for the home
-team before the final whistle...
-..came from winger Ryan Griffiths.
-He loses his cap
-but scores between the posts.
-Following their shock
-at losing to RGC last week...
-..Cardiff RFC were hoping
-for better luck against Cross Keys.
-It was a promising start
-for the home team.
-This try came early in the game
-for Ceri Young.
-Centre Will Rees-Hall
-scored two tries.
-This came from a fantastic
-interception in the first half.
-The home team continued
-to put on the pressure...
-..and a try from fly half Gareth
-Thompson increased their advantage.
-Although Cross Keys
-tried to hit back...
-..another interception from Hall
-in the final minute secured the win.
-Two familiar enemies in the middle
-of the table met at the Gnoll.
-Billy McBride's talented skills
-warmed up the crowd...
-..halfway through the first half
-with the first points of the game.
-the Welsh All Blacks' defenders...
-..led to another try
-by the visitors.
-Winger Dion Jones
-crossed for an easy try...
-..as Llanelli opened the gap.
-But things changed after half-time.
-The forwards secured clean ball
-for fly half Iwan Evans...
-..and a gap in the defensive line
-ensured an easy try.
-in the defensive line...
-And there was more to come
-as Ed Howley grounded a third try.
-But Llanelli had the last word
-by using a more familiar tactic...
-..perhaps to one
-of Neath's former teams.
-The forwards worked effectively
-to break the defence...
-..and create a path for Rhys Fawcett
-to claim the victory.
-There's a change
-at the top of the table.
-Merthyr have swapped position
-with Aberavon at the top...
-..and Bedwas and Pontypridd
-step ahead of RGC1404.
-There's no change
-to the bottom three teams.
-Neath, Bargoed and Swansea
-remain at the bottom of the table.
-Changes to the premiership
-and changes to the big names...
-..in this year's
-I'm joined by Ifan Richards,
-the winner of Ar y Dibyn.
-He used to play for Dolgellau.
-I'm sure you still enjoy watching.
-Yes, I do. My passion for rugby
-remains in the blood.
-For how long were you playing?
-I started playing when I was seven.
-I played every season
-until I was 25.
-took over after that.
-Tell me about the situation in
-North Wales Rugby have reached
-the Principality Premiership.
-They've done excellently.
-What about the situation here?
-They've done very well. People
-in Dolgellau follow the rugby.
-My cousin plays for the team.
-He's a centre.
-They now have an academy
-for young players.
-I hope it works
-and we improve further.
-It's working so far,
-that's for sure.
-Thank you for joining me, Ifan.
-After the break, basketball,
-ice hockey and octopush.
-You must see that! See you shortly.
-Welcome back to Clwb 2.
-It's basketball next as we
-follow Cardiff Met's women's team.
-The Archers is the nickname
-of all the university's teams...
-..but they haven't been hitting
-the target so far this season...
-..in the British league.
-The Cardiff Archers were hoping for
-their first victory of the season...
-six consecutive games.
-But yesterday's opponents,
-the Oakland Wolves...
-..hadn't won a game either.
-The two teams at the bottom
-of the table were hoping for a win.
-Not much separated the teams
-in the first quarter.
-The Cardiff girls
-were in the lead...
-..with Emily Stradling
-netting the ball from this throw.
-But by the end of the first quarter,
-Oakland had taken the lead.
-Christina Nagi netted the ball
-for three points...
-..and the home team
-were trailing 18-20.
-The Wolves were playing well
-at the start of the second quarter.
-Kata Fulop and Macy Spinks
-combined well for this point.
-At the end of the quarter, the
-Wolves were leading by ten points.
-Things went from bad to worse
-in the third quarter.
-The entire Wolves team
-combined from one end to the other.
-grabbed another three points.
-Kata Fulop finished off a quick move
-to increase the lead to 18.
-But the Archers started the fourth
-quarter like a different team.
-They turned the game on its head.
-A lot of that
-was down to Judit Fritz...
-..who came off the bench
-and hit this perfect shot.
-However, the Wolves
-weren't going to roll over.
-But Fritz was only getting warmed
-up, netting another three points.
-She stole the ball, sprinted towards
-the Wolves defence...
-..and passed to the captain
-and coach, Stef Collins, to score.
-Fritz stole the ball again, turned
-and scored herself this time.
-Great play by the Hungarian.
-Nothing was going to stop her.
-Fritz pushed her way to more points.
-She saved the best 'til last.
-This run and score put the Archers
-in the lead for the first time...
-..with just seconds remaining.
-What better time for a time-out...
-..than when you need to defend
-your first win of the season?
-Wolves had one final opportunity
-but it was too late.
-Fritz inspired Cardiff Met
-to their first win of the season.
-Amazing. I'm so proud of the girls.
-We played our hearts out.
-At the start of the second half,
-the game got away from us.
-They went up by about 20
-in the second half.
-We showed a lot of courage
-It's a good one to get at home.
-We're looking forward
-to the next challenge.
-You got a time-out
-with a minute left.
-What was being said
-between you and Stef?
-Make sure we were composed.
-Make an adjustment to our defence to
-give them something to think about.
-How we were going to play.
-Our foul situation -
-how many we had left...
-..and what we were going to use
-to make it difficult for them.
-We're climbing the ladder and
-looking forward to the next steps.
-This weekend, we go up to Sheffield,
-who will be a tough side...
-where we hope to get a victory.
-On to ice hockey next
-and Cardiff Devils' red-hot season.
-They lead the Elite league
-after an excellent start.
-Last night, they travelled
-to bottom-placed Coventry Blaze.
-There was no sign
-of the excitement to come...
-..when the Devils took the lead
-after two minutes.
-with the early strike.
-But it all changed as Coventry Blaze
-Three goals for them in six minutes
-in the first period.
-Jordan Pietrus with the first.
-The second was interesting.
-Godfrey broke his stick leaving
-the Devils with a great chance.
-But Godrey without a stick
-still put Martin under pressure.
-Martin hit the post.
-Blaze took off down the rink
-with the stick still on the ice.
-Ashley Tait was there to score.
-It was three almost immediately...
-..thanks to a powerful,
-accurate shot by David Clements.
-At this point,
-the Devils changed their keeper.
-was replaced by Thomas Murdy.
-Brian Stewart in the Blaze goal
-then denied Andrew Hotham.
-However, it was adjudged a foul
-and a penalty was awarded.
-Hotham versus Stewart again
-and the same result.
-The Devils finally took charge
-and showed why they lead the way.
-Chris Culligan made it 3-2.
-The scorer then turned creator
-for Joey Haddad.
-A brilliant shot to tie things up.
-The Devils were in full control
-by the final period.
-This is quite a pass
-by Gleason Fournier.
-Guillaume Doucet away to the races
-and scoring comfortably.
-The pace of the Devils eventually
-bamboozled the Coventry defences.
-No time to breathe for the Blaze
-and Culligan there to score.
-Another win on the way.
-There was time for one more goal.
-Accurate passing leading
-to a sixth goal for Andrew Lord.
-The coach happy to score...
-..and delighted to see his team
-responding so well under pressure.
-No worries, after all.
-The Devils are well clear
-at the top.
-They play the team in second
-tonight, the Sheffield Steelers.
-Clwb Ni takes us into a brand
-new field this week, OCTOPUSH.
-What exactly is that?
-I hear you shouting.
-For a further explanation...
-..we had to go to Welsh
-Octopush Central - Pembrokeshire.
-It is hockey played on the floor
-of the swimming pool...
-..with six players on each side.
-Six with black sticks,
-six with white sticks.
-A puck like an ice hockey one...
-..except it has a lead centre so
-it stays on the bottom of the pool.
-We have a goal at either end.
-Just as in ordinary hockey, the aim
-is to get the puck in the goal.
-It's fast and furious.
-There are rules in the game
-but they are never really there!
-They aren't enforced
-so it's a free-for-all sometimes.
-We wear fins,
-have a mask and a snorkel.
-Take a breath,
-down to the bottom of the pool.
-If you're lucky, get the puck
-and pass it to somebody...
-..then up for another breath.
-I'm 77 and still playing. I expect
-to go on for a few years yet.
-We also have eight-year-olds
-playing this game.
-I love playing
-because you can play with friends.
-You have to be strong to play.
-If not, it's fun anyway.
-I like playing with friends,
-going into the water...
-..and meeting new people.
-The coaches, Tim and Mark,
-are really good at what they do.
-They come every week
-to help the children play.
-They're good friends.
-They help you when you don't know
-what you're doing.
-I'm grateful that they accepted me.
-I'm glad they're smiling each week.
-They have friends
-that they hadn't had before.
-They're meeting new friends as well.
-We are a very sociable club.
-We don't just play octopush - we do
-other things throughout the year.
-The children like mixing with the
-friends they've made in the club...
-..and go off
-and do other activities as well.
-They start with us
-when they are eight or nine...
-There are ones who've been selected
-to play for GB in their age groups.
-For our club, it's fantastic.
-We are a small club in Wales.
-I went to Spain
-in the World Championship last year.
-We came fourth
-against strong opposition.
-We shocked a few people. It's always
-good to be the underdogs.
-We formed this club in 1989
-with a few like-minded spirits.
-We became Welsh champions
-for the first time in 2007.
-We've held it for eight years now.
-We expect to hold it
-for another eight at least.
-Octopush - interesting!
-Clwb Ni keeps showing us the variety
-of available sports in Wales.
-Your running club
-has been on our show.
-How important is it
-to have some publicity?
-We have some wonderful
-views in Wales.
-You are also hoping
-to set up a local business.
-I want to start something around
-the area of Cader Idris.
-I love that area of the country.
-There are all kinds of places where
-you could do some adventure sports.
-Do people concentrate on Snowdon?
-Yes, they do because
-that is the highest peak in Wales.
-The mountains in my area
-are more isolated.
-They need someone to show
-After the break, a shock win for
-Wrexham and some record-breakers.
-It's been a big week
-for the charity, Stonewall.
-You may have seen your heroes
-wearing rainbow laces recently.
-It's actually part
-of Stonewall's campaign...
-..to raise awareness
-of homophobia on the sporting field.
-Mabli Jones from
-Stonewall Cymru explains further.
-It's an important time for you
-with this new campaign.
-How is it going so far?
-It's going really well.
-We have support from the WRU, the
-FAW and the Welsh Premier League.
-They are all supporting
-with high profile sponsors.
-We also have people all over Wales
-at the local level taking part.
-It's very important and
-gives the campaign a focal point.
-It's something that acts
-as an easy visual demonstration...
-..that a sport welcomes
-all kinds of people into its world.
-Fans and players can take part.
-A survey showed
-that 50% of sports fans in Wales...
-..had heard some form
-of homophobic negativity...
-..with a large proportion
-attributed to football.
-However, the same survey showed that
-seven out of ten of those fans...
-..welcomed a move
-towards championing the rights...
-..of gay and lesbian people
-Role models are very important
-in the lives of young people.
-Seeing openly gay and lesbian people
-like Jess Fishlock or Nigel Owens...
-..taking part inspires them...
-..and reinforces the idea
-that anyone can take part...
-..and that they can be
-amongst the best in the world.
-But it's not just the superstars
-who can be role models.
-Teachers and local group leaders
-can also perform that function.
-And, of course, straight people
-can also inspire and support...
-..gay and lesbian people
-with an inclusive attitude.
-The rainbow laces initiative
-is a very simple idea.
-Has it had a positive effect?
-Something so visual is a clear
-signal you are for inclusivity.
-The clubs who have taken part have
-found they've had a lot of people...
-..coming forward and thanking them
-for their decision to take part.
-All the best to Stonewall
-with that campaign.
-It's been another week of entering
-the history book for the New Saints.
-The reigning league champions
-beat Airbus on Friday night.
-Clearly, that isn't
-..but it was their 16th consecutive
-victory in the Welsh Premier League.
-That broke a record held by Bangor.
-Sweet sixteen for the Saints
-and here they are for you.
-To Clark. A lovely pass
-to Cieslewicz. Cieslewicz!
-It goes to Seargeant.
-Good control by him.
-That's a good tackle.
-Quigley to Spender.
-What a goal! Excellent.
-Seargeant goes for goal. It's in!
-Darlington. He's going for it.
-It's a header from Draper.
-It goes back to Alex Darlington.
-Darlington with the volley!
-Fantastic goal by TNS.
-Brobbel turns. He goes past
-Williams. Brobbel with the shot.
-Routledge with the pass to Fletcher.
-It's into the back of the net.
-Draper on his left foot.
-Wonderful by Greg Draper.
-Ryan Edwards is the defender.
-Brobbel with the cross into
-the middle. Edwards goes up for it.
-The ball is cleared
-as far as Routledge.
-Brobbel with the corner kick.
-with the second goal for TNS.
-Spender is up from the back.
-Quigley. It's as easy as that.
-It's a fantastic achievement.
-It's not something you start
-the season thinking about.
-You want to win as many games
-and get as many points as you can...
-..to win that league.
-It was only a few weeks ago
-we finally started thinking...
-..it's a good opportunity
-and that we could do it.
-Obviously now we have, which is
-an unbelieveable achievement.
-The players have been excellent
-to keep going...
-..with the concentration
-and the professionalism.
-All in all,
-21 I think it is altogether.
-The players have been excellent.
-Great news for TNS.
-We'll have more on Sgorio tomorrow
-More football and Wrexham welcoming
-the league leaders, Forest Green.
-The Dragons hadn't managed
-to record a win...
-..for the new manager
-Dean Keates before this game.
-Was the new manager already
-Charlie Clough for Forest Green.
-Christian Doidge is the target.
-Doidge with the header down
-The captain is brought down
-in the area by Mark Carrington.
-It's a penalty. An easy decision
-for Mr Martin Coy, the referee.
-Noble's shirt was obviously pulled.
-Darren Carter will take the kick.
-Coddington saves it!
-It was an excellent save
-by the keeper, down to his left.
-Edwards, on to Rob Evans.
-Harrad with the back-heel.
-is only as far as Rutherford.
-Can Rutherford get his cross in?
-Forest Green deal with it
-to an extent.
-Back to Rooney.
-After 15 minutes,
-Wrexham take the lead.
-It's Shaun Harrad's
-second league goal.
-He diverted it into the corner.
-His captain, Noble, wants the ball.
-Noble goes past Carrington.
-It's a good save by Coddington.
-Kai Edwards clears.
-Kai Edwards is very prominent today.
-His cross looks for Harrad
-who heads it back towards McDonagh.
-It falls for Rutherford.
-Russell saves it
-but McDonagh doubles Wrexham's lead!
-Gerry McDonagh scores his fourth
-of the season after 30 minutes.
-He scored last weekend
-against Torquay. Superb.
-What on earth is the
-central defender, Charlie Clough...
-..doing in the right wing position?
-Noble with the cross.
-He's the substitute, Monthe.
-Carter! Forest Green Rovers
-are back in it.
-After 68 minutes, Monthe with
-the header and Carter makes it 2-1.
-Wrexham have to defend.
-Tilt with the header out.
-The substitute, Fabien Robert.
-It's a good save by Coddington.
-Mark Cooper looks at his watch.
-Robert. Tilt clears it to Powell.
-It's loose play by Powell.
-Noble to the prolific Tubbs.
-The deflection came off Bencherif.
-Coddington with another save.
-Rooney. McDonagh is in space.
-Leo Smith and Callum Powell
-are with him.
-McDonagh! Just past the post.
-The confidence of a striker.
-The frustration of a striker.
-This must be the visitors'
-We've played two minutes
-of added time.
-Edwards with the header. Rob Evans.
-McDonagh isn't offside.
-Powell is galloping forward.
-Bennett is back defending.
-It's past the keeper!
-sealed the three points.
-It's Dean Keates' first win
-Is this the turning point
-of the season for Wrexham?
-I'm delighted. We've finally
-got a win and three points.
-It's only what they deserve.
-The lads were outstanding.
-It was great to hear the place
-The players know
-what this club is about.
-You give the fans something to cheer
-and they'll make a difference.
-They drove us on to the last minute.
-The lads thought that if we win
-it would kick us on to more wins.
-We've played well the last few games
-but without getting results.
-Hopefully we can beat Lincoln away
-Lincoln, in second,
-are the next challenge for Wrexham.
-After beating the leaders,
-anything is possible.
-Congratulations to them.
-Now, we return
-to Wales' Year of Adventure.
-Part of that event
-is S4C's own programme Ar Y Dibyn.
-Here's another taste
-of what's to come.
-Running and mountain biking -
-that's what adventure is to me.
-On two feet or two wheels, I'll give
-100% and more to reach the top.
-Going downhill is all about
-the buzz and adrenalin rush.
-You don't hold back.
-The wind in my face and the feeling
-of freedom. You can't beat it.
-Going down as fast as possible.
-I couldn't live anywhere better.
-The playground is on my doorstep.
-A playing field on our doorstep.
-That was a good way to finish
-the video. Fantastic views there.
-He's a lucky man.
-Perhaps we don't appreciate
-how lucky we are sometimes...
-..that we live
-in such a wonderful country.
-I'm very happy with that video.
-It's captured my home area.
-It shows what Wales has to offer
-for everyone to enjoy.
-2016 has been a crazy year
-for news headlines.
-What about next year?
-There's one highlight of course.
-Following Ar y Dibyn,
-you're doing the Transalp race.
-Yes, I'll be doing that in July.
-I can enjoy Christmas
-and eat as much as I want!
-You can guess that it's taking place
-in the Alps from the title...
-..but tell us more about the race.
-It's a seven-day race
-which they call a stage race.
-Tour de France
-is a stage race in road cycling...
-..and this is the equivalent
-for mountain biking.
-It starts in Innsbruck in Austria
-and ends in Lake Garda in Italy.
-It's a seven-day race
-across the Alps.
-Yes, a lot more training.
-I need to pull my finger out
-and get fit.
-When you first entered Ar y Dibyn...
-..I'm sure you didn't imagine
-all this happening to you.
-It's opened many doors for you.
-It's opened many doors for you.
-Yes, it has.
-It's been an incredible opportunity
-to come out on top...
-..and to continue doing
-what I enjoy.
-It's very special.
-There are other similar programmes
-on television, not just in Welsh.
-Is there a plan to do more?
-I've been watching
-some of the SAS programmes...
-..and the physical
-and emotional challenges.
-I'd like to put myself through
-something like that.
-Thank you for your company.
-That's all we have time for tonight.
-We have Clwb and Sgorio
-for you next Sunday.
-We'll be focusing on the Welsh Cup.
-We leave you
-with photos of Prestatyn.
-It's been great news for them
Ymateb i'r gem brawf yn erbyn De Affrica, uchafbwyntiau gemau Uwch Gynghrair Rygbi'r Principality a'r gorau o Wrecsam v Forest Green. Rugby, football, women's basketball and ice hockey.