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-and welcome to Clwb 2.
-It's the weekend where...
-..Swansea City flew off
-the bottom of the Premiership.
-The Swans kept their heads in trying
-circumstances against Sunderland.
-lost their heads in Ipswich.
-Sol Bamba was more like La Bamba.
-There won't be any
-manic arguments on this show.
-Here's what we have for you.
-A derby game for the Dragons.
-Wrexham vs Tranmere
-in the FA Trophy.
-And a rugby derby too...
-..as Carmarthen Quins travel to
-Llandovery in the Foster's Cup.
-We'll feature gold medal
-winning athlete Rob Davies...
-..who has rebuilt his life
-following a rugby injury.
-Welsh Sports Personality
-of the Year, Jade Jones...
-..visits her first club in Clwb Ni.
-I'm joined by someone
-who reported from the ceremony...
-..for Welsh Sports
-Personality of the Year...
-..and almost every
-major sporting event this year.
-If it's on,
-Catrin Heledd will be there.
-Welcome to the show.
-I do feel a bit like
-a stalker sometimes.
-I do follow people around.
-You've had a very busy year?
-It was one of those years
-when Wales had so much success.
-It was an honour to be able
-to follow them as they did it.
-No-one expected us to go so far in
-Euro 2016 and stay there so long.
-A quick rest and then
-straight out to Rio.
-It was an amazing experience
-with more Welsh success.
-It's great for a journalist to bring
-back good news once in a while.
-We'll talk about all kinds of things
-First today, sailing, and Catrin
-Heledd isn't the only globetrotter.
-Welshman Alex Thomson has been
-leading the Vendee Globe race...
-..but now he faces
-some stiff competition.
-And things are hotting up
-behind the leaders too.
-Emyr Davies has the details.
-Armel Le Cleac'h and Alex Thomson
-have long passed through...
-..but most of the teams
-are now in the roaring forties...
-..the strong winds
-of the Southern Hemisphere.
-Some were enjoying
-quite unusual food...
-..with Romain Attansio
-having found some pancake mix...
-..and Kojiro Shiraishi from Japan
-having caught a squid.
-The two leaders still neck and neck,
-leading in turns.
-There is Armel Le Cleac'h
-on Banque Populaire.
-He's slowly catching up
-with me overnight.
-He's obviously come
-with a bit better breeze...
-..but I'll be back on starboard
-in less than a day...
-..so we look forward to that.
-In the meantime I'm going
-to push as hard as I can...
-..and try and stay in touch
-with this guy.
-Far behind the leaders,
-Conrad Colman from New Zealand.
-If you thought you were having
-a bad day, look at mine.
-His boat capsized after a fire
-destroyed the steering equipment.
-He managed to overcome the problem,
-righted the yacht and carry on.
-There were also problems
-for Thomas Ruyant.
-Unfortunately, four of the main
-sail's masts have broken.
-And I have prepared everything ready
-to complete the work.
-There was nothing for it but to
-glue all the pieces back together...
-..and re-raise the sail.
-But Kito De Pavant was less
-fortunate after his yacht...
-..collided with something hard
-in the sea, breaking the keel.
-With the yacht about to sink,
-he had to call for rescue.
-In less than 24 hours,
-he was lifted from his yacht...
-..and taken on board
-the Marion Dufresne.
-Misfortune for one Frenchman,
-fortune for another.
-Armel Le Cleac'h is the first
-to sail past Cape Leeuwin.
-It was a great feeling to pass the
-second cape in the lead.
-It's not important but it's
-..to be the first past
-one of the three legendary capes.
-The Vendee Globe race is a true test
-of character and perseverance.
-After four weeks of non-stop
-..they're not even halfway..
-..and there is nothing to separate
-Armel Le Cleac'h and Alex Thomson.
-Catrin Heledd, is here with me.
-She's been all around the world
-..not in a boat though.
-Describe the life
-of a sports correspondent.
-It must be interesting, but you
-can't spend much time at home.
-No, you tend to live
-out of a suitcase.
-If you're as disorganised as me...
-..your clothes stay in the case
-from one trip to the next.
-Sometimes you don't get much notice.
-It might sound exciting, being on
-a plane all the time, but it isn't.
-There's a lot of waiting around,
-and attempting to be organised.
-But when you arrive at a sporting
-event, the excitement begins.
-You look forward to going
-to a sports event...
-..you wouldn't go to otherwise.
-We're going to see
-a few of those events now.
-From the Euros to Rio,
-it's been quite a year for Catrin.
-Great pictures, especially
-that last one with Gareth Bale.
-We'll discuss the Euros more later,
-but that was a special picture.
-That is THE picture.
-When I went to the Euros
-I just had to meet Gareth Bale.
-I didn't want to seem too keen...
-..but after the interview
-I asked for a quick selfie.
-That was the picture I wanted.
-It was surreal, meeting someone
-you've watched for years...
-..who's a world star and a hero
-to me and everybody in Wales.
-I look very happy.
-These selfies happen quite often.
-It started in Wimbledon
-about 2 or 3 years ago.
-I was there on my own.
-I said the producer
-needed a photo for the website.
-But really, I wanted it
-for my personal collection.
-I began Tweeting them
-and it became a bit of fun.
-It's an excuse
-to get these pictures.
-Now I go through my phone...
-..remember who I've met
-and the memories come flooding back.
-It's nice to do that sometimes.
-It's the modern day autograph book.
-We'll take a selfie
-during the break.
-When we come back, we'll be
-looking at Catrin's sport - rugby.
-Rugby for you now and there was a
-midweek derby in the Foster's Cup...
-..as Carmarthen Quins travelled
-down the A40 to play Llandovery.
-Owain Gwynedd was there for us.
-The Foster's is a chance for boys
-on the peripheries of our squad.
-It's a chance for them
-to show what they can do.
-Most of the backs
-are around 18 or 19 years old.
-It's a good platform for them...
-..to play their first games
-for Llandovery or the Quins.
-We always get a really tough game
-against the Quins.
-This is the game that will decide
-who goes through to the next round.
-Plenty on the game and I'm looking
-forward to it.
-Llandovery keep pressing.
-Alex Davies out to Shaun Miles.
-Davies to James Davies
-with the little kick.
-Craig Woodall is there first.
-Out to Steffan Rees.
-Rees has support on both sides.
-Craig Woodall has it
-but he's not going to get there.
-Quins are trying
-to reset the defence.
-Emyr Price will drive for the line.
-James Davies almost dropped it
-but it's a cross-field kick.
-Is there anyone there?
-Shaun Pearce is the first
-to the ball and he scores.
-That's a great score.
-James Davies almost dropped it.
-The kick was collected by Pearce.
-He only had the tight-head prop,
-Steffan Llyr Thomas to beat.
-Carmarthen are pressing
-with their forwards.
-George is waiting for it.
-The forwards are happy to hold on.
-George wants the forwards
-to go right again.
-Will he eventually
-unleash the backs?
-He looks left.
-good drive by the forwards.
-Evans out to Banfield.
-Is there space for Banfield.
-He's an elusive runner.
-He's found his way to the line.
-That's Chris Banfield's 34th
-career try for Carmarthen Quins.
-There isn't much of this half left
-with Llandovery leading 10-5.
-gets involved for the visitors.
-The forwards are to the right.
-They grind onwards
-and set up another ruck.
-George is at the base
-waiting for it.
-The forwards are doing
-all the hard work.
-The dummy run and
-Evans spreads it to Banfield.
-Has the fullback crept in again?
-Simon Mills has given the try.
-The dummy run
-opened up the space there.
-Elliott Davies with the trick...
-snaked his way under the tackle.
-Evans out to the wing.
-Elliott Davies makes the break.
-He doesn't have support
-to pass back inside.
-Shaun Miles is Llandovery's saviour.
-They are trying to counter-attack
-but it's pretty messy.
-and Llandovery can clear.
-Back to Davies who pumps it
-as far downfield as possible.
-That's the best chance
-of the half wasted.
-The disappointment is clear
-on Elliott Davies' face.
-The line-out is untidy but the
-replacement scrum half claims it.
-The cross-field kick
-by James Davies again.
-Jack Parkinson collects
-and finds support on the inside.
-Steffan Rees has
-Jake Jenkins in support.
-The ball finds the second row but
-the referee has blown the whistle.
-Crossing is the call.
-I think that's right.
-Quins have controlled
-this aspect throughout the game.
-The referee has given the penalty.
-This is a chance to go for goal.
-The backs come in
-to congratulate their forwards.
-The coaches will be happy too.
-Craig Evans to seal the victory.
-It's an accurate effort and that's
-700 points for him for the Quins.
-The visitors will win this one.
-We started well with a good mix.
-We used the kick well to turn them.
-It went well and I thought
-we might win it at the end.
-They had a bit more strength
-and experience in their squad.
-The Quins deserved to win it.
-We had to be physical to challenge
-the Llandovery defence.
-They are well-coached
-and have a clear game-plan.
-I was delighted that our two
-fledgling centres created chances.
-It was great to get
-the tries and a victory.
-Halfway through the pool and the
-Quins in the box seat to qualify.
-More Foster's Challenge Cup action.
-This competition is set up to give
-young players the opportunity...
-..to develop and
-gain first team experience.
-Here's Lowri Wyn.
-On a filthy night at Pandy Park,
-Cross Keys had the early upper hand.
-They scored the opening try in this
-Pool 1 match of the Fosters Cup...
-..thanks to Matthew Powell.
-Newport fought back with a dummy
-and a try from Aaron Bidgood.
-Before the two teams could enjoy
-their half-time orange segments...
-had scored two more tries.
-The first by Danny Hodge and
-then this by Nathan Trowbridge.
-Early in the second half,
-flanker, Max George...
-..went over for his
-first ever try for Cross Keys.
-Newport replied with a
-Haydn Palmer interception try...
-..thanks to some
-slack passing by the home team.
-He sprinted away
-to score under the posts.
-Cross Keys had the final word.
-Trowbridge with a
-clever kick and chase...
-..to set up Darren Hughes
-for the final try.
-Newport are top of the group
-but they have played more games.
-Merthyr's brilliant season continues
-as they walloped Ebbw Vale in Pl 3.
-Hooker, Matthew Dwyer, made full use
-of his pack's power to score first.
-Dan Parry displayed footballing and
-acrobatic skills to score a second.
-A slick move by the backs
-set up a third Merthyr try.
-grounding under the posts.
-The Merthyr maulers continued
-to dominate in the second half.
-Number 8, Tom Daley,
-The win was crowned off by a
-scoring at the end of it.
-Merthyr are now strong favourites
-to finish on top of Pool 3.
-Josh Guy out to Aaron Grabham.
-He breaks through and
-Grabham may go all the way.
-It's a try for Neath
-after less than three minutes.
-The pass is for Chris Morgans.
-Morgans is tackled
-but that's a great offload.
-Aaron Grabham scores his
-15th try of the season.
-Codey Rees. Lloyd Chalke
-breaks through the tackle.
-The forwards won't catch him now.
-It's a try for Cardiff
-with Paul King on the end of it.
-Great play by the visitors.
-That's far too long and
-a try on a plate for Geraint James.
-It's a powerful scrum by Neath.
-Tom Lucas carries it away.
-goes straight to Ed Howley.
-Howley slices through the defence
-like a hot knife through butter.
-It's as easy as that.
-has changed position again.
-It's a powerful scrum.
-Morgans spins and grounds it.
-has timed his run to perfection.
-will score his second try.
-There are men on the left.
-Leon Ward to Aled Morris.
-The substitute rounds off
-a great night for Neath.
-Bridgend's run in the cup
-has come to an end.
-Aberavon were too strong
-for the Ravens.
-Jonathan Phillips made a
-determined run to open the scoring.
-Sam Williams, the captain...
-..showed some silky skills to set up
-a second try for David Pritchard.
-to claim a penalty try...
-..before the hooker, Ieuan Davies...
-..added a fourth try
-thanks to the power of the pack.
-There was a consolation try
-..but the Wizards responded with
-prop John Bamsey scoring the fifth.
-With six games still to play...
-..Aberavon climb above Bridgend
-in the most competitive pool of all.
-Catrin Heledd is still with me.
-The autumn internationals have
-been part of your work this year.
-Does that mean you don't get
-a chance to relax and enjoy them?
-I can't remember the last time
-I enjoyed a game with my mates.
-I had one of the best seats on the
-field during the Euro 2016 games.
-I was right next to Chris Coleman.
-When goals went in
-I couldn't celebrate with anyone.
-I was doing little
-solo jives on my own.
-You have to be thinking about the
-questions you'll ask afterwards.
-Wales didn't celebrate much
-during the autumn internationals...
-..despite winning three out of four.
-Why is everyone so disappointed?
-The performances weren't really
-There weren't that many players...
-..putting their hands up
-for Lions' places.
-has been going so well...
-..and the rugby has done well
-in the World Finals recently.
-We beat England, of course.
-I think we expect more
-and expect to compete.
-England have improved massively
-in the last twelve months.
-Ireland and Scotland
-appear to be getting better too.
-Wales haven't improved so we're
-worried about the Six Nations.
-It's going to be
-a fantastic championship.
-Wales may struggle a bit.
-It all ends
-with England out in Ireland.
-There might be more Welsh coaches
-than players on that tour.
-Have any players caught your eye?
-Liam Williams is the star.
-When he gets the ball
-there's a flash of hope.
-Until recently, I feared that Liam
-Williams would make a mistake.
-that hasn't been a concern.
-Alun Wyn Jones
-is the standard-bearer.
-Those two are in
-any Lions' team right now.
-We all know what he can do.
-Luckily for him, Warren Gatland
-also knows what he can do.
-Sam Warburton is battling
-for his place in the Wales team.
-There are a lot of injuries too.
-You get to know
-the players quite well.
-Too well sometimes!
-Look at this.
-Working on Clwb Rygbi here.
-Did you know what was going on?
-Four times before that
-I managed to stay upright.
-That's what happens when a cameraman
-tells Liam Williams to go for it.
-The Welsh squad seem to be
-a great gang of lads.
-We did a similar thing
-with Ross Moriarty.
-People said he was a no-nonsense
-forward and not to mess with him.
-He was actually a pussy cat.
-He was refusing to tackle me at all.
-It was lovely to meet them and
-speak to them when they're relaxed.
-A lot of sportsmen really
-dislike those sit-down interviews.
-They think you're there
-to catch them out.
-You have to find ways
-of making them relaxed.
-Liam Williams hates them.
-When he's relaxed he's happy to talk
-and give you something interesting.
-Catrin gets the best out of them.
-It's Ice Hockey next.
-The Cardiff Devils team has just
-celebrated its 30th anniversary.
-Did they celebrate a bit too much?
-Eight wins in a row
-was the record...
-..as they took on
-Nottingham Panthers last night.
-The Devils were behind
-after less than a minute.
-Brian McGrattan scored
-after just 51 seconds.
-There was worse to come -
-a lot worse.
-It was 2-0 to Nottingham
-within the next minute.
-Stephen Schultz this time.
-With only five minutes on the clock,
-it was 3-0. Schultz struck again.
-Great work from Schultz, but the
-Devils were completely destroyed.
-When a rare opportunity arrived...
-Miika Wiikman was solid.
-By now, the Devils had
-substituted their goalie.
-Thomas Murdy replaced Ben Bowns,
-but the goals continued.
-Andy Sertich made it 4-0.
-With Nottingham dominating,
-it was soon 5-0 thanks to Dan Spang.
-The heaving arena
-could hardly believe their eyes.
-Remember, this all happened
-in the first period.
-Things got worse
-when Matt Carter made it 6-0.
-The Devils' frustration
-was obvious by now.
-Six became seven.
-Brad Moran scored this one.
-As I have said,
-it was a very frustrating evening.
-This became more and more obvious
-as the game continued.
-Neither the supporters
-nor the Devils were happy.
-The Officials were also
-in the thick of it.
-It was unbelievable, considering the
-Devils won eight consecutive games.
-The Panthers have lost 9 out of 11
-games, but the final score was 8-0.
-It truly was a nightmare
-for The Cardiff Devils.
-There was defeat
-for Sheffield too...
-..allowing to Belfast
-to rise above them to second place.
-The Devils play Sheffield tonight.
-We all know that life
-can change in a heartbeat.
-That's what happened to Rob Davies.
-He was paralysed after playing rugby
-for Brecon over a decade ago.
-His life changed entirely after
-he was confined to a wheelchair.
-But he was determined it wouldn't
-stop him participating in sport.
-He started playing table tennis and
-he's now number one in the world.
-Three months ago he was crowned
-Paralympic Champion in Rio.
-Clwb has been to speak
-to this amazing man.
-Winning the gold medal in Rio
-The gold medal's special to me...
-..because of all the ups and downs
-I've been through.
-I wasn't going to put all my hopes
-on getting gold...
-..but it turned out pretty good
-I couldn't be happier.
-All the hard work paid off.
-Despite Rob's unbelievable success
-..his every day life is challenging,
-to say the least.
-It's been a tough eleven years
-since I had my accident.
-I don't have any dexterity
-in my fingers.
-I use a trick movement
-to pick things up with my wrist.
-It makes things difficult,
-but I'm coping.
-I've got tools to help me
-with some things as well.
-My teeth are really important.
-I use my teeth to do everything -
-to undo things and to do things up.
-I am actually making
-my own tea here.
-Cup of tea?
-Yes please, mate. Milk, two sugars.
-You know where the kettle is.
-Like that, is it?
-Guy is one of the team of helpers
-who help Rob from day to day.
-Is he a nice guy to work with?
-He's not too bad. He's alright.
-We get along, don't we?
-The moment I won gold was disbelief.
-That fourth game that I won.
-He served it short
-and it went into the net.
-He put his bat over his head
-and leant on the table.
-I just had to bring myself back
-and focus on my match and tactics.
-It was an ecstatic moment
-when I won.
-Having never beaten him before...
-..to beat him in that final
-Every morning, before travelling to
-Cardiff to train, he must stretch.
-It's an important part
-of Rob's daily routine.
-I get tight after being in the chair
-You do it before your games as well.
-How many years
-have you been with me now?
-Nearly ten years now.
-Is it? Oh, my God.
-At first it was a challenge...
-..because I'd never done anything
-like this before.
-But the chance to go around the
-world, and seeing him win medals...
-..it didn't get much better
-He's got to make the most of it now,
-the golden boy.
-It's pretty heavy, that's the first
-thing that strikes me.
-It's not so much what it is,
-it's what it stands for.
-All the battles I've been through.
-People are worried about it
-scratching and denting...
-..but it doesn't bother me.
-I know what I've done to get
-that medal and that's what counts.
-The most important thing for me is
-going into schools...
-..and seeing the kids' faces
-when you show them that gold medal.
-Hopefully it will encourage them
-to try and achieve their goals.
-This place is huge to me -
-Brecon Rugby Grounds.
-This is where I played
-my youth and senior rugby.
-I had an accident playing rugby
-and that's why I'm in a wheelchair.
-The accident happened in Ynysybwl.
-It was in the first two minutes
-of the game...
-..and was purely an accident.
-Some guys went into the scrum
-and some didn't.
-All the weight of Ynysybwl
-came onto my neck and paralysed me.
-It's a C6 spinal injury...
-..which has left me with
-limited hand and arm movement...
-..and I'm paralysed
-from my chest down.
-When the injury happened, all I felt
-was a shiver down by body.
-I remember the helicopter
-It had been cancelled for my brother
-who was in a road accident...
-..on the way to watch me,
-and it was able to come to myself.
-The consultants told me
-I may not walk again...
-..and that I had a spinal injury.
-I stayed positive.
-I thought I was going to walk again
-and have been trying since.
-It wasn't to be.
-I find it hard watching the boys
-because I want to be on there.
-But on the positive side, I'm
-competing in a different sport now.
-The pros of having a gold medal?
-Coming back on the plane from Rio,
-we got Club Class.
-Putting your feet up...
-..and having a lot more room
-than when we were going out there.
-We were like sheep
-in the back of the plane.
-It was an amazing experience.
-I'm not sure if I'll see that again.
-It's been an amazing journey
-and that was one of the highlights.
-After arriving in Cardiff,
-Rob is looking forward...
-..to meeting his coach, Neil,
-for the first time since Rio.
-How are you?
-I'm fine, thank you.
-How have you been doing since Rio?
-Following his disappointment in
-2012, he announced he was finishing.
-I said there's a gold medal waiting
-for him in Rio.
-You're not going to make me jump
-all over the table, are you?
-No, I'll be kind.
-No, I'll be kind.
-I'm sure you will - not.
-Ready? 1, 2, 3.
-I started playing in hospital.
-My nan took me in there
-because I didn't want to.
-I called it a girly sport
-and wasn't interested.
-It took a bit of persuasion, but
-they strapped the bat on my hand...
-..with a bandage, I gave it a go,
-and I'm still playing now.
-Maybe if I take you side to side.
-In all the paraplegic classes
-we go from 1 to 10.
-Up to class 10, which is virtually
-..I'd say he's one of
-the most skilful players there is.
-For Rob to get gold in Rio...
-..beating an opponent
-he had never beaten before...
-..was an incredible achievement.
-In the celebration after the game...
-..you could see how much it meant to
-For me personally, I felt immensely
-proud to see him bring it home.
-That's very good.
-Thank you, Neil. Ta for coming in.
-There's a lot of things to come.
-I've got a wedding to look forward
-to in July.
-I can safely say I'm going to go
-for the Paralympics 2020 in Tokyo...
-..and hopefully bring another gold
-That was a small glimpse
-into Rob Davies' life.
-Catrin Heledd is with me.
-What an inspiration to us all.
-His story is incredible.
-I was in London in 2012
-for the Paralympic Games.
-He spoke about the disappointment
-of not winning a medal.
-London was a turning point
-for the Paralympic Games.
-Since then, Paralympic athletes,
-especially in Wales and the UK...
-..are being seen on the same level.
-People like Aled Sion Davies...
-..is on the shortlist for BBC Wales
-Sports Personality of the Year.
-No-one is discriminating.
-That's how it should be.
-Rio wasn't as good. Aled himself
-said it wasn't quite like London.
-It's a shame the
-rest of the world don't...
-..see Paralympic athletes
-the way we do in Britain.
-We don't see how difficult
-their daily lives are.
-Although he doesn't complain...
-..when we see them competing,
-every day is a challenge.
-I watch them compete
-and I'm astounded.
-You forget that making a cup of tea
-can be a challenge.
-He has to warm up
-in a different way.
-It's amazing to see how they live
-their lives from day to day.
-It's more than just winning medals,
-it's a personal battle.
-Rob's quite a character,
-there's no doubt about that.
-It's time for a break.
-When we come back
-we'll discuss football.
-Perhaps we'll talk about The Euros?
-I think something may have happened
-over the summer. Catrin was there.
-We'll be back after the break.
-Football next and it's been a
-pretty mediocre year for Wrexham.
-They had a chance to forget
-their league woes yesterday.
-They were taking on Tranmere in
-the first round of the FA Trophy.
-A tough task against the league
-leaders and their neighbours.
-Harris with the dummy,
-The header is cleared by White,
-but only as far as Kirby.
-He crosses to Connor Jennings.
-Jalal collects the ball.
-Harris with the dummy again.
-Hughes with the cross.
-This time Sutton
-has given Tranmere the lead.
-Twenty-four minutes played.
-The cross by Jeff Hughes...
-..and Ritchie Sutton
-jumped higher than the rest.
-with support from Barry.
-Jordan Evans, Carrington,
-back to Evans.
-Carrington is under pressure,
-does well to find John Rooney.
-He shoots but misses the target.
-Kai Edwards has space on the wing.
-Back to Rooney,
-who crosses towards Jordan White.
-That was a tremendous save
-by Scott Davies.
-It was a perfect cross from Rooney.
-Jordan White came so close to
-scoring his first goal for Wrexham.
-That was a loose pass
-from Rob Evans...
-..allowing Jay Harris
-to sprint into Wrexham's half.
-Harris shoots wide.
-He's a former Racecourse favourite.
-Support from Barry.
-Kai Edwards has plenty of space
-on the right wing.
-He receives the pass
-and look at the space he has.
-Edwards crosses towards Rob Evans.
-That was so close
-to levelling the scores.
-Tollitt to Norwood.
-Tollitt receives the pass back.
-The substitute does well and shoots
-but is denied by Jalal.
-Fantastic work by the substitute
-avoiding the defence.
-Rooney. Caught by Jay Harris.
-Tranmere can counter-attack.
-Cook to Hughes,
-on the edge of the penalty box.
-It rebounds off the defender.
-A lucky escape for Wrexham.
-That could have gone anywhere.
-A long throw.
-Tilt - that was loose again by Tilt.
-Tollitt releases to Ihiekwe,
-who has plenty of space.
-Harris and Tollitt
-are offering themselves.
-The pass to Harris,
-he does well to turn and shoot.
-Jalal saves the day once again.
-Rooney, to Edwards. The crowd
-encouraging Edwards to attack.
-Time is running out for Wrexham.
-Powell, back to Kai Edwards,
-look at the space he's in.
-He goes for the early cross.
-He wins a corner
-but he had so much space.
-Will this be the last chance
-A second chance for Evans
-but a solid tackle from Harris.
-Now a chance for Tranmere
-Tollitt is unmarked on the right.
-But Harris is going for it himself.
-But the shot is high.
-That all stemmed from a solid tackle
-by Jay Harris...
-..but he couldn't finish the move.
-First half, I thought we'd did well.
-First ten minutes of the second,
-we had a couple of half chances.
-I think big Jordan set up a free
-John put a good ball in the area.
-A yard either side, it's a goal.
-I think that changed the game.
-And a couple of chances
-in the second half.
-A bit better quality in the box
-and I think we would have scored.
-It didn't happen. Disappointing
-that we conceded from a set piece.
-A free header - something to look
-back on and see where it came from.
-I think we went out to give it our
-all and improve on Tuesday.
-When we were playing well,
-it was better.
-We played poorly at times but when
-we started to keep possession...
-..and pass the ball,
-we were a much better team.
-It was a game we wanted to win.
-It's not happened and
-we've got a week now to prepare.
-We're going into a massive period
-We have some massive games where
-we need to be picking points up.
-Nothing going right for Wrexham
-at the moment.
-Welsh clubs are not having a good
-time of it.
-Catrin Heledd is with me.
-What a summer for the Welsh team.
-Are you still pinching yourself?
-I've been working on a programme
-looking back on the tournament.
-So many memories came
-to choose a highlight.
-The anthem in the first match,
-the victory in the first match...
-Robson Kanu turning against Belgium.
-Who'd have imagined beating them
-in such a fashion.
-We lost to England
-but maybe we wouldn't have had...
-..that performance against Russia
-if we'd won.
-like Gareth Bale, Ashley Williams.
-You stayed in Brittany
-where the Welsh team were based.
-We've heard a lot about the spirit.
-Was it as strong as everyone says?
-Definitely. I met Joe Allen
-at the beginning of the week.
-He said that it was just like being
-on a stag do.
-For those of us there,
-we were working...
-the closest thing I can imagine.
-A group of people who
-get on well and work together...
-..who are really Welsh fans
-and want them to do well.
-We were out there for five weeks...
-..but it was also lots of fun
-watching Wales do so well...
-..for the first time in 58 years.
-When we see those shirts
-..we remember what it meant to them
-They still say that.
-And being able
-to interview Chris Coleman.
-I could listen to him talk
-He's so easy to listen to
-and so much fun.
-Then the bus.
-Yes, you were in the middle of
-the Cardiff celebrations.
-France was incredible but we didn't
-realise what was happening here.
-What did it feel like to be with the
-players in Cardiff?
-I thought they'd
-put us on the bus...
-..and say that a player would come
-and talk to us when they're ready.
-No, they told us to do
-whatever we wanted.
-I found myself sitting by Sam Vokes
-having a nice chat.
-I was nearly wanting to wave
-One of my friends made a poster
-saying 'Welcome home Catrin Heledd'.
-I'd been away so long but I felt
-like I was gate-crashing a party.
-I was trying to keep out of the way
-because it was their moment.
-They could take stock of what had
-been happening in Wales.
-How it had captured
-the nation's imagination.
-I was finding it hard to appreciate
-how much excitement we'd had here.
-So you think it hit them?
-Footballers can be above things
-In every interview...
-..I'd ask them if they knew
-what was happening at home.
-Villages changing their names -
-Bale of Glamorgan, Gwaelod-y-gareth.
-Social media kept them in touch.
-They were starting to see what it
-meant to people.
-I showed Hal Robson a video
-of supporters in Bordeaux.
-He started to see the excitement
-that history was being made.
-We could talk about this all day but
-we don't have time!
-My favourite is TregAaron Ramsey.
-Another event which Catrin
-was correspondent for...
-..was the Olympic Games in Rio.
-One of the stars of Rio
-was Jade Jones.
-On Monday, she won Welsh
-Sports Personality of the Year...
-..after winning gold in Rio,
-her second Olympic gold.
-And during this weekend...
-..she's won gold at the Taekwondo
-Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan.
-She recently revisited
-her first club - here's Clwb Ni.
-A few days before
-a busy week...
-..there was a special day in
-the Flint Taekwondo Club...
-..when Jade returned to the place
-where it all began for her.
-A chance to inspire
-the next generation.
-It really is satisfying to see
-people here from 4 and 5 years old.
-We've also got people here
-who are fourth degree black belts.
-They've been training
-many, many years.
-It's great to have
-a range of ages and grades.
-People coming through the classes.
-It's really inspiring.
-It's a Korean martial art.
-It consists of
-punches, kicks and blocks.
-It's a great method of self-defence.
-In our style of sparring
-which might be a bit different...
-people saw in the Olympics...
-..we score with punches and kicks.
-Punches to the head are a point
-and punches to the body.
-A kick to the body two points, a
-kick to the head three points.
-We also have a patterns tournament.
-It's a routine of movements
-like kata in karate.
-The top scorers are the winners...
-..and they can
-win medals in that too.
-It's great for the family.
-I brought the children here first...
-..but after years of watching
-I felt like joining in.
-It's a great way to keep fit.
-There's a bit of
-role reversal with the kids.
-I usually tell them what to do...
-..but in Taekwondo
-they tell me what to do.
-It's amazing to come back
-to my very first club.
-Martin was my first instructor.
-Seeing that the younger ones
-have been inspired.
-Seeing their little faces
-trying hard gives me a real buzz.
-I've been working really hard
-and I'm tired out now.
-All the training really
-makes you short of breath...
-..and all the kicking
-makes you feel really tired.
-I've been doing
-Taekwondo for about five years.
-I started as a Little Ninja.
-That's the introduction
-When I first came
-we didn't know about Jade Jones.
-It's always been one of my goals
-to get to the Olympics.
-It's amazing what she's done.
-It brings the sport to the area,
-knowing there's a local Olympian.
-It's an inspiration for the younger
-generation to take up the sport.
-I want to be like Jade Jones.
-It's crazy to think
-that I went down to my club...
-..literally to see what it was like
-and to enjoy a sport.
-I remember Martin saying,
-"You're a natural."
-He was putting me into competitions
-It's mad to think it's gone from
-going down to the local club...
-a double Olympic champion.
-I'll definitely never forget
-where I've come from.
-This is the first time
-I have seen this.
-There are some very frightened
-people in these shots.
-I don't want to see this in January.
-You can see that show
-in the New Year.
-I'm better at cooking
-than I am at that kind of thing.
-I'll be up in Scotland in the
-first week of the New Year.
-The Pro 12 will Be Carrying On.
-I may be off to Wimbledon
-later in the year.
-I will of course be in
-the six Nations.
-I expect to be on a trip to the
-southern Seas with Wales...
-..or following the Lions tour.
-That's all for tonight.
-Don't forget about
-Sgorio tomorrow at 6.30pm.
-We'll have Welsh cup and league
-action and the best from La Liga.
-See you next week on Clwb 2.
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Catrin Heledd fydd yn cadw cwmni i Dylan Ebenezer i edrych 'nol dros 12 mis cyffrous i fyd y campau yng Nghymru. The weekend's sporting action and a look back at 12 months of Welsh sport.