Welsh stars including footballer Gareth Bale and comedian Rob Brydon have won the Celebrity Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor.
Team Wales faced other celebrities from England, Ireland and Scotland in the two-day event at the Celtic Manor, held to raise money for the Caron Keating Foundation.
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Sky's affable Welshman was just happy to get through the individual TT in Utrecht, especially as he didn't feel his best despite posting a very solid time.
Geraint Thomas came in 12th in the individual time trial, while fellow Cardiff cyclist Luke Rowe finished 180th in his first ever Tour de France.
Welsh presenter Gethin Jones is taking part in the Celebrity Cup golf tournament for the third time.
He told ITV News: "The crowd really get behind it, we have a laugh whilst doing it - but there is a bit of competition!"
Team Wales are currently leading at the end of the first round of the Celebrity Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor.
Real Madrid and Wales football superstar Gareth Bale is competing for the home nation against the likes of TV presenters Vernon Kay and Ben Shephard, Boyzone singer Ronan Keating and Scottish soccer legends Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen and Gordon Strachan.
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Wales International and Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has posted a video to his Twitter followers as the Celebrity Cup golf tournament gets underway.
Bale, who is part of Team Wales playing alongside comic Rob Brydon and rugby legend Gareth Edwards, is playing against Ireland and Scotland in the annual event at the Celtic Manor Resort.
Mixing golf with glamour and swapping the paparazzi for a putter, The Celebrity Cup pits stars of sport and entertainment from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales against each other on the famous Roman Road golf course.
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