REES-DAVIES AIMING FOR A SHOT AT THE TITLE

Cardigan boxer Ben Rees-Davies completed the season for the Army team with a very unlucky defeat on a split decision in Berlin but he has his sights firmly set on the Welsh light welterweight title next year. Boxing for the…

MAGPIE LUMB IS THE MAIN MAN

Outstanding Cardigan Town footballer John Lumb carried off the main award at the Magpies Annual Dinner and Presentation on the weekend when he was chosen as the player’s player of the year. Lumb who was forced to play in several…

LLANDYSUL MISS OUT DESPITE HARRIES HEROICS

South Wales Cricket Association:-   Llandysul fell to a heavy defeat away at Briton Ferry Steel in Division One despite another superb innings from opener Rhidian Harries who contributed almost half of the teams runs. Harries who hit 82 against…

THOMAS AND EVERTON SHINE FOR LLECHRYD

Seamer Scott Thomas and young batting star Sam Everton combine to guide Llechryd 2nds to a welcome victory in division four.Report and pictures here. Division 4 Llechryd 2nds 131-7 Saundersfoot 2nds 112 all out A match winning innings of 36…

LLECHRYD LEAD IS CUT BUT CRYMYCH WIN

Pembrokeshire Cricket Division 3. Losing draw for Llechryd but Richard Thorne steers Crymych to a welcome win. Llechryd saw their lead at the top of division three substantially reduced after they could only manage a losing draw away at Saundersfoot…

SCRUM HALF EVANS PICKS UP THE TOP PRIZE

Scrum half Aaron Evans picked up the most prestigious award at the Cardigan RFC annual dinner and presentation evening held on the weekend.Writes Andrew Clarke. Evans who was a very consistent performer throughout the season in division three has improved…

HARRIES STEERS LLANDYSUL TO VICTORY

Llandysul opening bat Rhidian Harries led his side to an impressive win in Division One over Maesteg Celtic after he carried his bat for a fine innings of 82. Harries stroked the ball to most parts of the ground and…

LLECHRYD CRUISE TO IMPRESSIVE WIN

  Division three leaders Llechryd produced a superb team performance to defeat Pembroke Dock by 52 runs at the Castell Malgwyn field. Pembroke Dock 152 all out Llechryd 204-5 Captain John Curran once again led by example and hit a…

LAMPETER WOMEN TARGET BRITISH ISLES TITLE

Lampeter Bowling Club will be flying the flag for Wales tomorrow at the British Isles Bowls Championships in Edinburgh and hopefully another chance to get one over the old enemy. Rhian Jones, Melanie Thomas, Carolyn James and Anwen Butten  who…

FUN FOR ALL AT THE CYCLE CHALLENGE

  T.L.C CYCLE CHALLENGE   -click on photo to view full pics on Sportsline website: Teifi Leisure Centre held a successful cycle challenge on the weekend where cyclists of varying abilities took part in as series of races backed by…