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Former Wales international Collison retires from football

Former Wales international Jack Collison has announced he has retired from football at the age of 27.

Collison made 17 international appearances for Wales. Credit: PA

In a statement on his website, the former West Ham midfielder admitted he had reached the decision due to a persistent knee injury which has dogged his career since his early days as a professional.

...the time has finally come to say, enough is enough, and admit my body can no longer cope with the demands of modern day football. The nights where I wake up in pain, or the mornings where I struggle to walk will be a constant reminder that I was lucky enough to play the game I love. That I put my body on the line time and time again to live out my dreams in front of the world.

– Jack Collison


FT: Scarlets 22 - 21 Edinburgh

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In the Pro12, the Scarlets have defeated Edinburgh 22-21 after taking a narrow lead in the final few minutes.

FT: Wales U20 18-15 Scotland U20

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Wales U20 have defeated Scotland U20 18 -15 this evening in their second match of their Six Nations campaign.


Appeal for teenager who went missing a week ago

Gwent Police says 15-year-old Jordan Owen, from the Caerphilly area, was reported missing on Friday 5th February from his home address in Rhymney.

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Jordan is described as white, approximately 5ft 7 inches tall, slim build with short, mousey brown hair. He was last seen wearing a grey tracksuit, blue Adidas trainers and a zip up, black jacket.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

Man dies after being found in golf course lake

An investigation is underway after a man died after being rescued from a golf course lake.

Peterstone Golf Club at Wentloog, Newport. Credit: Google Street View

Gwent Police says emergency services were called to Peterstone Golf Club, Wentloog, Newport at around 12.10pm yesterday, Thursday 11th February.

A 29-year-old man, who has been named as Gareth Pugh from Glynneath, was recovered from a lake in the grounds of the club.

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service crews used inflatable rescue boats and underwater cameras to find him.

He was taken to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff where he died.

Police say Mr Pugh was working at the club collecting golf balls.

A post mortem is due to take place next week.

Gwent Police and Newport Council’s Environmental Health Department are working together to establish the circumstances surrounding his death.

The man's family are being supported by specialist trained officers.

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