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Round-ups from North Wales football

Round-ups from North Wales football

Welsh National League Chirk AAA inflicted only a second defeat of the season on Premier Division leaders Brickfield Rangers with a 1-0 victory at Holyhead Road. A largely even first half saw the visitors just shade proceedings and they were unlucky in th

yesterday, 01:47 in Sport
 
North Wales football results

North Wales football results

JD Welsh Cup quarter-finals Guilsfield 0 Bala Town 3, Llanfair United 0 Caernarfon Town 7, Prestatyn Town 2 gap Connah's Quay 2 (aet - Quay won 4-3 on pens), The New Saints 2 Bangor City 1 (aet). Semi-final draw: Caernarfon Town v Bala Town, gap Connah's

Saturday, 23:25 in Sport
 

Welsh Mountain Zoo's wackiest requests revealed

They know all about the exotic at The Welsh Mountain Zoo. From funky gibbons to a waddle of penguins, a tiger and a 15 foot Royal python the Colwyn Bay attraction is used to dealing with all creatures great and small. But for the truly weird and wonderfu

Saturday, 19:05 in Hot News
 
'Man arrested, five others and car searched' in Mostyn police incident

'Man arrested, five others and car searched' in Mostyn police incident

Police are believed to have arrested a man after descending on a quiet street in Flintshire today. Two patrol cars turned up in Rhewl, Mostyn , at around 3pm, where they encountered a group of men. Eyewitnesses said one man was arrested and up to five or

Saturday, 18:32 in Regional North West
 
Everton FC 2-0 Sunderland: How the players rated

Everton FC 2-0 Sunderland: How the players rated

Everton stretched their unbeaten Premier League run to nine games with a 2-0 win over David Moyes' Sunderland. Here, Greg O'Keeffe gives his verdict on how the players performed. Joel Robles 7 Largely a watching brief. Precious little to do but his kicki

Saturday, 17:48 in Sport
 
Scotland 29-13 Wales: How the players rated

Scotland 29-13 Wales: How the players rated

A hugely disappointing second half saw Wales beaten 29-13 at Murrayfield by Scotland One or two players can certainly their heads high but a number of the players were far from their best. Here, Mark Orders gives his verdict... Leigh Halfpenny 5 Some bri

Saturday, 17:48 in Sport
 
Solihull Moors 0 Wrexham AFC 1: Early Barry penalty gives Dragons a first away win in nearly five months

Solihull Moors 0 Wrexham AFC 1: Early Barry penalty gives Dragons a first away win in nearly five months

Wrexham claimed only a third away win of the season as Anthony Barry ’s early penalty gave them all three points at Solihull Moors. Barry fired home from spot on seven minutes after Paul Rutherford ’s cross was handled in the Moors box. A scrappy game, p

Saturday, 17:37 in Sport
 

The North Wales bus driver, the banking tycoon, the FBI and an international hunt for abducted girls

To his passengers, Steve Brown just comes across as any other middle-aged, affable North Wales bus driver. But what they don’t know is that the humdrum of taking people on their journeys around the region is a world away from the intrigues of the career

Saturday, 17:35 in Regional North West
 
Scotland 29 Wales 13: Home side dominate second half to win at Murrayfield

Scotland 29 Wales 13: Home side dominate second half to win at Murrayfield

Scotland ended 10 years of hurt against Wales as they kept alive their RBS Six Nations title hopes at Murrayfield. Wings Tommy Seymour and Tim Visser scored second-half tries, while 19 points from fly-half Finn Russell saw Scotland home 29-13 as they pos

Saturday, 17:10 in Sport
 

Former Coronation Street star and Black Lace singer in Rhyl swingers comedy

A former Coronation Street star and the singer of Agadoo will appear in a comedy about two couples who decide to spice up their marriages by becoming swingers. The 30-minute production will see scenes shot around Rhyl as well as at Sunnyvale Caravan Park

Saturday, 16:53 in Regional North West
 

'Life-changing injuries' for man in A5 Capel Curig horror crash

A man has suffered potentially “life-changing” injuries after a crash on the A5 near Capel Curig closed the road in both directions this morning. The man, driving a Toyota Yaris, had to be cut free from his vehicle and suffered leg and chest injuries. A

Saturday, 16:40 in Regional North West
 
Ex-Liverpool FC keeper Doni has no sympathy for Claudio Ranieri

Ex-Liverpool FC keeper Doni has no sympathy for Claudio Ranieri

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Doni says Claudio Ranieri got what he deserved after the Italian was sacked by Leicester City on Thursday. Just nine months after leading the Foxes to a stunning Premier League title, Ranieri was axed by the club's Thai owners

Saturday, 15:42 in Sport
 

EFL Cup final win is key for developing Manchester United FC side says Ryan Giggs

Manchester United great Ryan Giggs believes winning the EFL Cup is crucial for Jose Mourinho 's developing side. United step out at Wembley against Southampton on Sunday looking to avenge the FA Cup final defeat of 1976 and, far more importantly, win the

Saturday, 15:08 in Sport
 

Coutinho: We don't want a repeat of the Hull game when we play Leicester

Liverpool have been warned by Philippe Coutinho that they cannot afford a repeat of their performance against Hull when they travel to Leicester City. The Reds will look to keep up their bid for a Champions League spot this season as they visit the King

Saturday, 14:24 in Sport
 
Barry Horne: Leighton Baines is a credit to Everton FC

Barry Horne: Leighton Baines is a credit to Everton FC

Leighton Baines should make his 300th Premier League appearance for Everton against Sunderland and one of the biggest compliments you can give him is to say you would have to spend £25m to find a direct replacement . Baines was arguably the best full-bac

Saturday, 13:59 in Sport
 


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