Wales U17 girls cricket team has scored a double success – winning the prestigious Taunton Festival for the seventh successive year, and winning the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) County Championship South West Division.
They defeated both Cornwall and Kent in the festival at Kings College Taunton, to secure the trophy again.
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Teams from Cardiff, Neath-Port Talbot, Monmouthshire, and Wrexham County Borough took part in the Cricket Wales U13 and U15 finals, with Neath CC winning the U13 title and Cardiff CC winning at U15 level.
Three regional winners from the South West, South East and North took part in the tournaments at The SSE SWALEC (formerly SWALEC Stadium, Sophia Gardens) in Cardiff – home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club and a host venue for the 2015 Ashes.
Our racing driver Ben Power is still in the title chase for the National Legends Car racing championship, after a mixed weekend at the latest meeting at Silverstone.
Ben, aged 25, from Guilsfield, near Welshpool, lies behind former world champion, John Mickel in the hotly-contested televised series.
Wales’ cricket teams have continued their successful summer with teams across various age groups enjoying wins.
Wales U11 beat a formidable Kent side with Frank MacDonald, from North East Wales, picking up 3-5, which proved to be the difference between the two sides.