Sport Sam Warburton is the first to sign a Welsh central contract

Warburton became the first to agree a deal with the Welsh Rugby Union that will keep him playing for the Cardiff Blues

Cool Cardiff leave it late

Newport 19 Cardiff 29

Ford adds bonus for Cardiff

Rugby Union Aberavon 13 Cardiff 41

Davies comes to rescue of jaded Cardiff

Cardiff 16 Ebbw Vale 13

Cardiff relentless in avoiding further indignity

Penarth 6 Cardiff 62

Evans sent man of Cardiff

Owen Slot talks to Terry Holmes about his new life in a legend's shadow

Slipshod Cardiff

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Contrary Cardiff

Cardiff 18 Newport 22

Cardiff's 'derisory' offer for Davies

Cardiff's first offer to take Jonathan Davies back to rugby union amounted to a "derisory" pounds 30,000, Warrington said yesterday, insisting that they will not release Davies without compensation of at least pounds 200,000.

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Llanelli 12 Cardiff 16

Ford the entertainer rewards Cardiff's enterprise

Cardiff 36 Pontypridd 31

Cardiff crowned in defeat

Cardiff 20

Cardiff complete year of change

Newbridge 8

Cardiff move closer to first title

Llanelli 26 Cardiff 30

Top Tory accused of `sleaze' over dockland deals

ONE OF the key companies in the £1bn scheme to regenerate Cardiff Bay has received favourable treatment because of the presence on its board of a former Conservative Secretary of State for Wales, according to a Labour MP. Associated British Ports, (ABP), the privatised docks operator, has been given special advantages potentially worth many millions of pounds - according to Cardiff West MP Rhodri Morgan - because one of its directors is Lord Crickhowell, who as Nicholas Edwards was Margaret Thatcher's Welsh Secretary from 1979 to 1987.
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