Wales prop Adam Jones has explained his move to the Cardiff Blues in an open letter to Ospreys fans.
Swansea manager Garry Monk has hailed his team's 'togetherness' as the key to yesterday's win at Manchester United.
The Swans face the first game of the season with an opener against Manchester United
Two goals from Kevin Ellison and one from Paul Mullin gave Morecambe the win over Newport, despite the Exiles having a two-nil lead at halftime. Final score Morecambe 3-2 Newport.
96' FULL TIME: Morecambe 3-2 County.
Louis Moult's goal put Wrexham in the lead at half time against Nuneaton at the Racecourse.
Aaron O'Connor and Adam Chapman put Newport County ahead at half time in their League Two match against Morecambe.
Cardiff are hosting Huddersfield at the City Stadium in their first home game of the season. Goals from Peter Whittingham and Kenwyne Jones put the Bluebirds in front for the majority of the first half, but Murray Wallace scored for the visitors in injury time. Cardiff 2-1 Huddersfield at half time.
Wayne Rooney equalised early in the second half for Manchester Utd, but Gylfi Sigurdsson sealed the win for Swansea. Manchester Utd 1-2 Swansea (FT).
73: More on goal - The #Swans restore their advantage as Sigurdsson sidefoots home after good work by Montero and Routledge.
Ki Sung-Yeung scored the first goal of the Premier League season giving Swansea the lead against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Manchester United 0-1 Swansea at half time. You can follow the game live at ITV Sport.
27: More on goal - the #Swans take the lead as Ki sweeps home with a precise finish after Sigurdsson’s lay-off.
Swansea City kick off the Premier League season away to Manchester United at Old Trafford. The game kicks off at 12.45pm.
You can follow the game live at ITV Sport.
The Commonwealth Games may be a distant memory but for our top disability athletes there is no time to rest.
They are back in top level action next week as the IPC European Athletics Championships come to Swansea.
It'll bring some of the continent's top athletes to the city. Today they've started to arrive.
Mike Griffiths caught up with one of them as they landed a short time ago.
Hundreds of athletes from across Europe will be flying into Cardiff today ahead of the Swansea 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships next week.
The competition will feature a wealth of Paralympians, World Champions and record holders from over 40 nations.
Amongst the hundreds of athletes and staff arriving at Cardiff Airport today are the team from the Netherlands, the host country of the last European Championships in 2012.
The IPC Athletics European Championships opening ceremony will take place on Monday 18th August, with the competition running from Tuesday 19th until Saturday 23rd.