2019 Rugby World Cup on S4C, live matches and highlights from 20 September...
S4C's season of cycling continues this spring with coverage of some of the world's greatest cycling races.
1972 at Cardiff Arms Park, with Barry John's XV team playing against XV Carwyn James - that is, 22 of the Lions that travelled to New Zealand in '71, Carwyn James as coach and the last game for Barry John in Wales. This was the brainchild of broadcaster and commentator John Evans to celebrate 50 years of the Urdd in Wales. Barry John's team won the game 33-28, with the little wizard scoring 14 points. 9 days after this game, Barry John announced his retirement from rugby. Here's a chance to look
A chance to re-live last summer's netball international tests between Wales and Trinidad & Tobago and Malawi. In two exciting tests in Cardiff Bay, Wales's women proved that they can compete with the world's best netball teams. There will also be a chance to hear from star Nia Jones in a newly recorded chat with Lauren Jenkins, looking back at last year's games and reacting the present situation of COVID-19.
Gareth Roberts relives three unforgettable matches in the Heineken Cup and the European Challenge Cup. Gareth recalls the Scarlets' remarkable victory over Toulouse in 2006, a semi-final game between the Blues and Leicester in 2009 and the Blues' joy as they beat Toulon to lift the European Challenge Cup in 2010.
Since winning the Grand Slam in 2012, the Welsh team had lost 7 games in a row before starting the Championship in 2013. They lost again in the opening game against Ireland, but after three consecutive away wins, the stage was set at the Millennium Stadium, to capture the title right from under English noses. Jamie Roberts, Mike Phillips and Andrew Coombs reminisce about one of Wales' most memorable performances ever.
Highlights from the Wales Under 20 final against England, the arch enemy - from the Rugby Under 20 World Cup championship in 2013. The Welsh are trying to win the trophy for the first time in their history against a team that included future Lions like Jack Nowell and Ross MorIarty - who are now playing for Wales of course. Starring Steff Hughes, Sam Davies and Ellis Jenkins on Danny Wilson's team.
The 2017 Welsh Cup final in its entirety. The New Saints were aiming to win the cup for the fourth consecutive year, while Bala Town were appearing in the final for the first time in their history. Bala hadn't ever managed to beat TNS before this game and with the Saints having just won the Championship 27 points clear, the challenge for Colin Caton's team was huge. All the action with Nic Parry and Malcolm Allen.