Wales

Wales’ First Minister Carwyn Jones has appeared to rule out the possibility of the country hosting a future edition of the Commonwealth Games, stating the multi-sport event would be too expensive to stage.

The Sony Mobile division of the Japanese electronics giant has signed up Real Madrid football star Gareth Bale as an ambassador for its Xperia Z3 smartphone series.

Roger Lewis is to leave his post as group chief executive of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) after this year’s edition of the Rugby World Cup national team tournament.

Former owners of Major League Baseball team San Diego Padres are planning to make a substantial investment into English Premier League football club Swansea City.

Giles Clarke is set to become the England and Wales Cricket Board's first president when he steps down as chairman of the governing body in May.

Former Wales international Gareth Davies has been elected as the new chairman of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU).

Organisers of the Portugal Masters have extended a deal for the European Tour event to remain at the Oceânico Victoria Golf Course for at least another three years.

Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) chairman David Pickering will stand down after 11 years in the role having failed to secure re-election to the governing body’s board of directors.

The developer of the new Circuit of Wales has insisted that the facility is on course be ready to host the British round of the MotoGP motorcycling world championship in 2016.

The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the country’s four regions have struck an agreement to secure dual contracts for top players to end months of negotiations.

The yet-to-be-built Circuit of Wales track has signed a five-year deal, from 2015 to 2019, to host the British round of the MotoGP motorcycling series.

World Snooker has announced that the 2015 edition of the Welsh Open world ranking event is to be staged in Cardiff for the first time since 2005.

The World Snooker governing body has awarded the hosting rights for its new World Grand Prix tournament to the Welsh resort of Llandudno.

Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) has returned fire in the escalating war of words with the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) over the future of the domestic game.

The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) is to table a new ‘participation agreement’ to the country’s four regional rugby union teams.

Representatives of the four Welsh rugby union regions have agreed not to sign their participation agreement with the Welsh Rugby Union national governing body by next week’s deadline, according to the Guardian newspaper.

Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie has said he is optimistic that a pan-European rugby union competition can be salvaged for next season.