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Sport round-up

HARD WORK: Newport Harriers sprinter Katie-Jane Priest

Newport sprinter aiming to follow rival's example

EXCITED: Caerleon's Georgia Rowe

World Cup joy for Gwent teen

MEDALS: Newport Harriers sprinter Katie-Jane Priest won bronze in the 100m and 200m

Double bronze for Newport sprinter

CALL-UP: Newport's Sophie Clayton in action against South Africa at last year's London Cup

Gwent trio set for EuroHockey in Prague

FLASHBACK: Relay teammates Mica Moore, Rachel Johncock, Hannah Thomas and Hannah Brier at Glasgow 2014. Moore, far left, Thomas, second from right, and Brier, far right, compete against each other this weekend

Top Welsh athletes compete in Cardiff this weekend

WINNER: Darren Morgan with his trophies in Prague

More European success right on cue for Darren Morgan

TON UP: Wales hockey captain Abi Welsford won her 100th cap this week

Usk hockey star's pride after 100th cap for Wales

WINNER: Emma Wookey, left, receives her Swansea Half Marathon trophy from a representative of sponsors JCP. Picture: Swansea Evening Post

Newport runner seals half marathon hat-trick

SPRINT STAR: Newport's Mica Moore

Newport's Mica Moore heading for Geneva

EURO ADVENTURE: Back row - Ian Blackburn (coach), Gaynor Jackson (physio), Rachel Hillier, Karen Silver, Beth Poultney, Lauren Dunn, Beth Doughty, Emily Meredith, Saskia Barth, Emma Renshaw, Dee Pattemore, Hannah Ritter, Andrew Jones (manager); front row

Newport Gwent Ladies Hockey Club enjoy success in Europe

TENNIS STAR: Britain's Andy Murray in action at the French Open this week

Get a free taste of tennis at Allt-Yr-Yn LTC

RETURN: Former European champ Rhys Williams

European champ returns to the track in Newport

SILVER: Bethan Dix, left, and Chloe Gunter

Gymnastics duo claim silver in Swizerland

SAY CHEESE: Pickleball players at Cwmbran Stadium

Pick up a paddle and play Pickleball

SPRINT STAR: Newport's Mica Moore

Newport sprinter shares stage with returning Jessica Ennis-Hill

WINNER: Darren Morgan, centre, is Welsh amateur champion again

Darren Morgan wins second Welsh Amateur Championships - 28 years after his first

SEASON OPENER: Newport's Mica Moore will represent Wales in Loughborough next weekend

Newport's Mica Moore named in strong Wales athletics team

Mark Williams (right) during his match against Matthew Stevens (left), during the Betfred World Championships at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday April 21, 2015. See PA story SNOOKER World. Photo credit shoul

Williams: Time is running out on my Crucible career

STRUGGLE: Matthew Stevens looks on as Mark Williams weighs up his next shot at the Crucible

Mark Williams heading for defeat at Crucible

CRUCIBLE RETURN: Mark Williams takes on Matthew Stevens

All-Welsh Crucible clash for Mark Williams

Time to get back to hockey

Time to get back to hockey

SPEED: Rhys Hardisty in action on the Isle of Man

Abergavenny motorcycle racer targets Isle of Man success

RED CARD: But I know how badly Rynard Landman feels about it

LEWIS EVANS SAYS: My sympathy for Rynard Landman

BRONZE: Mica Moore of Newport was third in the 200m

Silver and bronze for Newport sprint star

KEEP ON RUNNING: Pontypool Runners’ Sean Taylor on his way to third place

Excellent weekend for Pontypool Runners

FINAL FRAME DEFEAT: Mark Williams

Mark Williams misses out on Welsh Open final showdown with John Higgins

SEMI FINAL: Mark Williams

Mark Williams powers into Welsh Open semi-final

Welsh athletes aiming to shine at Indoor British Championships

Welsh athletes aiming to shine at Indoor British Championships

BIG AMBITIONS: Newport sprint star Mica Moore

Newport sprint star targets big BUCS weekend

Gwent youngsters pick up medals at Welsh Athletics Indoor Championships

FRIENDLY RIVALS: Mica Moore, left, was beaten by Glasgow 2014 relay teammate Hannah Brier, right, at the weekend

Silver for Mica Moore as relay teammate shines

RISING STAR: Newport's Rory Collingbourne

Newport teenager on fast track to motorsport success

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Dynamic duo leading the way for Allt-yr-yn Tennis Club

WORLD CHAMP: Torfaen Indoor Bowls Club member Marion Purcell

Cwmbran bowls star is world champion

Williams back after reduced ban

Williams back after reduced ban

RISING STAR: Mica Moore pictured at the Welsh Athletics International in Cardiff last summer

Mica Moore starts 2015 with a bang

CHEPSTOW MEETING CALLED OFF

CHEPSTOW MEETING CALLED OFF

Flower reveals red card regrets

Flower reveals red card regrets

READY FOR ACTION: Garndiffaith's Mike Marsden

Table tennis ace ready for ping pong at the Palace

MOMENT TO SAVOUR: In November Wales players were able celebrate victory against South Africa, only their second ever

REVIEW OF 2014: NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

MILESTONE: Justin Edinburgh celebrated three years in charge at Newport County in October

REVIEW OF 2014: SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

ON PARADE: Boris Stankovich signed for the Dragons

REVIEW OF 2014: JULY AND AUGUST

FAREWELL: There was to be no big swansong for Newport sprint hero Christian Malcolm who failed to make the qualifying time for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

REVIEW OF 2014: MAY AND JUNE

NEW RECRUIT: Former Bluebird Darcy Blake was brought in on a temporary basis in March, along with Kevin Feely, to give Newport County a boost

REVIEW OF 2014: MARCH AND APRIL

Mary Peters, who has been awarded a Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour after being named in the New Year Honours list

Gongs for Cram, Peters and Sly

BIG SIGNING: Former Wales and Lions star Lee Byrne penned a deal with the Dragons in January

REVIEW OF 2014: JANUARY AND FEBRUARY

Choice wins Chepstow thriller

Choice wins Chepstow thriller

Midnight Prayer ready to deliver

IN GOOD SHAPE: Monbeg Dude winning the 2012 Welsh Grand National at Chepstow

Monbeg Dude looking good for Welsh Grand National

SPECIAL MOMENT: Last year's winner Mountainous, pictured right on his way to victory with jockey Paul Maloney, will be going for glory again tomorrow

TWENTY horses confirmed to run in the Coral Welsh Grand National at Chepstow

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