Craig Hadley

Award-winning journalist with experience at both regional and student-run publications. Former Sports Editor at The Waterfront, also formerly a columnist for Wales' largest selling newspaper The South Wales Evening Post.

Swansea reclaim the Welsh Varsity cup after epic at the Millennium Stadium

A TREMENDOUS second-half fightback from Swansea University sealed a 21-13 win over Cardiff University in the Welsh Varsity match at the Millennium Stadium. Cardiff had led 10-0 at the break before Swansea turned the tide on the side from the capital. Swansea’s win over Cardiff is their first in any competition since their last Welsh Varsity victory back in 2011. “Tonight’s win is something I want to hold on to and cherish,” said Swansea’s captain Jon Vaughan. “It’s one of those things that 

Time for a final says Swansea City FA Cup hero Barrie Jones

THE last time Swansea reached a major cup semi-final, Alec Douglas- Home was Prime Minister. It was back in March 1964. Cilla Black was at number one with Anyone Who Had a Heart and Liz Taylor was getting over her fourth divorce. Back in South Wales, Swansea Town were perched precariously above the relegation zone in what was Division Two. While they might have had a forgettable season in the league, their FA Cup run was a different story. At Vetch Field they had seen off the likes of Sheffi