Some 120 children took part in the third annual Cardiff Schools Canoeing Regatta.
The regatta, held at Cardiff International White Water Centre, involved separate competitions for primary and secondary schools, with races using four different craft, and – for the first time – was part of the annual Cardiff Games.
A South Wales law firm has revealed a three-fold growth in size in less than two years.
Our client CJCH Solicitors, formerly Colin Jones Clarke and Hartland, has expanded from 24 staff in 2013 to more than 70, as it has taken over smaller firms and developed its team. It is now well positioned in the top 20 of Wales’s largest firms.
South Wales tennis pro Evan Hoyt has won both the singles and doubles titles at the ITF (International Tennis Federation) Futures tournaments in Tunisia.
In the singles, Hoyt, aged 20, from Llanelli, beat Kevin Grieksport of the Netherlands, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 to win the Sportevasion ITF Futures Summer Tour title.
The Wales tennis team has returned from the Youth Commonwealth Games in Samoa with gold, silver and bronze medals.
Matt Story (Cardiff Metropolitan University XL Academy and Bath University) won bronze in the boys’ singles, losing 6-3 6-1 to number six seed Ewen Lumsden of Scotland in the semi-final, but beating number five seed Eleftherios Neos of Cyprus in the bronze medal match.
Wales’ off-field cricket stars have been rewarded at the annual NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards).
“Cricket simply would not exist without the volunteers in clubs, leagues, boards and the community more widely,” said Peter Hybart, chief executive of our client, Cricket Wales..
Top young cricketers have received their Cricket Wales player of the month awards for outstanding performances with bat, ball and gloves.
The 2015 awards were presented in a single end-of-season presentation by Ruaidhri Smith of Glamorgan County Cricket Club at The SSE SWALEC (formerly SWALEC Stadium).