A trio of young Welsh cricketers have been rewarded for outstanding batting, bowling, and wicketkeeping in the latest LV= Cricket Wales player of the month awards.
Glamorgan player Aneurin Donald and assistant First XI coach Robert Croft, both products of the Wales development programme, made the presentations to players who have excelled in Wales teams.
Our Legends car racer, Ben Power, regained his track record at Snetterton in Norfolk, as he continued his campaign in the National Championship.
Ben, aged 24, from Guilsfield, near Welshpool, is aiming to improve on his third-place in the final championship standings last season.
Cardiff CC scored a 41-run victory over Pontarddulais CC in the final of the Cricket Wales Welsh Cup – one of four trophies in a week.
Winning the toss at the Gnoll, Neath, Cardiff captain Adam Miles elected to bat first, and helped his team to a total of 212-4 in their 40 overs.
Leading landscape design consultants with specialist expertise in sustainable drainage systems will share their knowledge with professionals in Wales.
Illman Young and the Environmental Protection Group (EPG) have been appointed to develop and deliver innovative accredited training for built environment professionals working in the water and drainage sectors, under the BEST (Built Environment Sustainability Training) programme.
A gruelling walk around the ‘Boundary of Wales’ has raised almost £3,000 to give more youngsters in Wales the chance to play cricket.
Stephen Hedges walked more than 1,000 miles in 50 days in memory of his late father, former Glamorgan cricket star Bernard Hedges, who died earlier this year.
Hundreds of people of all ages have tried tennis this summer, thanks to a series of special events around Wales.
The Great British Tennis Weekends saw 53 venues in Wales hosting 118 events, providing a range of free tennis opportunities.