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Warren Gatland Names Two Uncapped Players In Wales Six Nations Squad

There is a sense that there is a certain level of pressure on Wales as they enter the 2018 Six Nations championship.  Warren Gatland’s side finished with just two wins in last year’s competition, against Italy and Ireland, which left them second from bottom. They followed that up with summer victories over Samoa and Tonga before securing just two wins during …

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Springboks To Play Wales In USA As Warm-Up To England Tests [Report]

This summer’s international Test series will be an important one for coaches around the world as it provides one of the final opportunities to experiment with players before the World Cup in 2019.  When you consider the Six Nations and the Rugby Championship will likely involve first-team starting XVs, the upcoming summer Tests will be one of few remaining chances for fringe …

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George North In A Race To Be Fit For Six Nations After Latest Injury

The 2018 Six Nations is just over four weeks away and it promises to be yet another edition of the tournament filled with drama, excitement and intrigue.  Wales will be looking to secure their first Championship victory since they lifted the title in 2013 but their preparations haven’t been helped by the raft of injuries currently engulfing the Welsh camp. …

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Wales Suffer Another Injury Blow Ahead Of The Six Nations

We’re less than five weeks away from the beginning of the 2018 Six Nations championship and it promises to be an excellent edition of the tournament with many sides capable of winning it outright.  England and Ireland are the two favourites for the competition after both teams completed a November clean-sweep while Scotland could be the surprise package after putting …

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Gatland Has Revealed Where He Would Like To Work Following World Cup

Wales head coach Warren Gatland has confirmed he will quit once his contract ends at the 2019 Rugby World Cup amid rumours that he could succeed Steven Hansen as All Blacks boss. The two-time British and Irish Lions boss has been in charge of Wales since 2007 and in that time has guided them to three Six Nations titles, including two grand slams …

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